Weekend Links: December 23, 2007

No Trail log this weekend, just some links that caught my attention.

AppleInsider.com: Mac OS X 10.5.2 to deliver sprawling list of fixes for Leopard – The first rumors I’ve seen about what to expect with OS X 10.5.2 which is expected in early 2008.

ArsTechnica.com: First look: Firefox 3 beta 2 officially released – Ars looks at Firefox 3 beta 3. They summarize "Overall, it’s another very impressive release that reflects the rapidly-growing robustness of Firefox 3."

ArsTechnica.com: Hands on with the new online version of OpenOffice.org – OpenOffice.org goes online, in beta

Engadget.com: Dell updates to Ubuntu 7.10 Gutsy Gibbon, adds DVD playback – Dell continues to sell some models with Ubuntu pre-installed. They’ll now have Ubuntu 7.10 on them.

MacFixIt.com: Security Update 2007-009 (#5): Uninstalling; More Safari crashes, slowness, and other maladies – MacFixIt reports some users are uninstalling Security Update 2007-009.

PCWorld.com: The 15 Biggest Tech Disappointments of 2007 – PC World seems to just hate technology.

TECH.BLORGE.com: Windows XP driver support begins to end – HP and other manufacturers aren’t writing XP drivers for some new hardware.

TUAW.com: Quick Look Plugin sites – The Unofficial Apple Weblog has info on some Quick Look plugin sites

TechCrunch.com: Bloglines Gets A Triple Dose Of New Features – The Bloglines RSS service picked up a three new feature

%d bloggers like this: