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Media (Apple)

Submission + - AppleWorks/ClarisWorks quietly dies (macworld.co.uk)

An anonymous reader writes: AppleWorks' last breath was masked by last week's iMac, iLife and iWork announcements — Apple has discontinued the product. Apple told resellers of the demise of AppleWorks last week, announcing that the software had reached "End of Life" status. It will no longer be sold. The AppleWorks website now directs users to the iWork section of Apple's website.
Censorship

Submission + - Wikipedia Changes Examined (bbc.co.uk)

whthat writes: BBC reports on a tool matching Wikipedia history records to organizations. This tool, written by Virgil Griffith of the California Institute of Technology, automates the process of matching the IP address to its registered company. This of course raises questions how common the edits to Wiki come from a bias source. The article sites several culprits including the CIA, Democrats, the Vatican and even the BBC haven edited their own page.

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