[MyAppleMenu] Oct 9, 2010

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**** He's Leaving Home(Page) - Bye, Bye! <http://db.tidbits.com/article/11656?rss&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+tidbits_main+%28TidBITS%3A+Mac+News+for+the+Rest+of+Us%29>
Michael E. Cohen, TidBITS

If you have handcrafted pages in your Sites folder, no worries (at least until Apple changes the rules again): your site will go on. But, if any of those pages link to media in your Movies or Pictures folders (as a few of my pages do, and as the picture in this article did until I moved it into the new /Sites/Pictures folder that I just created), those pages will no longer show the linked media.

**** Left 4 Dead 2 <http://www.macworld.com/reviews/product/702025/review/left_4_dead_2.html?expand=true&lsrc=rss_main>
Chris Holt, Macworld

Left 4 Dead 2 has shrugged off the predecessor's underdog status, and has now become an expansive, varied, and beautifully atmospheric standard for which all other survival horror games are judged. It's no wonder some consider it the scariest video game of all time.

**** Sonic The Hedgehog 4â„¢ Episode I <http://www.macworld.com/appguide/app.html?id=702005&lsrc=rss_main>
James Savage, Macworld

**** Delicious Monster takes on iOS and Google with Noogle Noggles <http://arstechnica.com/apple/news/2010/10/delicious-monster-takes-on-ios-and-google-with-noogle-noggles.ars?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=rss>
Chris Foresman, Ars Technica

**** Apple blunders, no vibration on iPod touch <http://www.appleinsider.com/articles/10/09/08/apple_blunders_no_vibration_on_ipod_touch.html>
Josh Ong, AppleInsider

Despite earlier references on the Apple website to a "vibrating alert" for the fourth-generation iPod touch, the new device lacks a vibration motor.

**** New Apple TV Lacks Storage But Shines As Streamer Of Shows, Movies, More <http://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcontent/dws/bus/stories/DN-AppleTVReview_08bus.ART.State.Edition1.248cfff.html>
Jim Rossman, Dallas Morning News

Apple has a funny way of doing things sometimes. It's rare for a company to release a new version of a product and take away key features.

**** Set View Options For Disk Images <http://www.macworld.com/article/154753/2010/10/selectdiskimageview.html?lsrc=rss_main>
Whitson Gordon, Macworld

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**** The Baler <http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2010/oct/09/forward-prize-poetry-seamus-heaney?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+theguardian%2Fbooks%2Frss+%28Books%29>
Seamus Heaney, The Guardian

**** If Walls Could Talk <http://www.nytimes.com/2010/10/10/books/review/Browning-t.html?_r=1&partner=rss&emc=rss>
Dominique Browning, New York Times

Many adults have a fantasy that if they could go back to college — now that the desire to party, drink and sleep around has faded to a burnished memory — they’d get so much more out of it. The publishing industry often reflects this wish. Every season brings offerings that are right at home on anyone’s continuing-ed syllabus: innovative, original ways to study world history through lenses trained on the minutiae of salt or cod, earthworms or spices, tea or telephones. Now, finally, for those of us who wrestled with Rocks for Jocks, pined amid Physics for Poets and schlepped through college on 101s of any and every subject — the beloved survey courses — here’s that most popular professor, Bill Bryson, with a fascinating new book, “At Home: A Short History of Private Life.”


**** Lee Kuan Yew – a different man without her <http://thestar.com.my/columnists/story.asp?col=insightdownsouth&file=/2010/10/9/columnists/insightdownsouth/7184224&sec=Insight%20Down%20South>
Seah Chiang Nee, The Star

The general feeling is that under the current circumstances, it will be unlikely for him to undergo the rigours of another election campaign.

**** Singapore Begins Pushing Scientists From `Coconut Shell' Over R&D Gains <http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2010-10-08/singapore-begins-pushing-scientists-from-coconut-shell-for-r-d-gains.html>
Simeon Bennett, Bloomberg

Singapore, which spent almost S$20 billion ($15 billion) in the past decade to become a scientific- research hub, will tighten access to funds for biomedical scientists in an effort to quicken returns on investments.

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