Mitch Wagner

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California Bureau Chief, Light Reading
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Mitch Wagner is California bureau chief for Light Reading.

Articles by Mitch Wagner
posted in June 2007

Getting My Hands On An iPhone -- I Hope

What are you doing this weekend? As I write this, it's Friday morning, and I'm hoping I'll be working this weekend, posting image galleries and writing reviews of the iPhone. Of course, to do that, I need to get my hands on an iPhone.

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Video: Stephen Colbert On E-Mail Etiquette

The late-night mock shock jock interviews Will Schwalbe, co-author of Send: The Essential Guide To E-Mail For Office And Home. "I spend most of my time e-mailing drunk. ... Could that come back and bite me in the *** one day?"

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My Macs And Treo Hate Me

I've been having a terrible time getting my iCal calendars moved from the colossal iMac to the wee-small PowerBook and getting them to sync with my Palm Treo 650. I was eventually able to move the calendars, but syncing still has me stumped.

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Connecting My Wee Small PowerBook To My Colossal iMac

I got the wee, small PowerBook home Saturday, and began to explore options for connecting it to the colossal iMac. I want to use the same keyboard and mouse to control both machines. Turns out there are several says of doing that, all of them pretty easy.

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I'm In Love With My New, Wee Mac

My employers here at CMP Technology got tired of listening to me beg and threaten to hold my breath until my face turned blue, and they got me a PowerBook to replace my ThinkPad running Windows. When they delivered it, I was startled that it had a wee-small 12-inch display.

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Windows Users Don't Care About Safari

Will Windows users switch to Safari? The new version has some intriguing features, but there are already several great browsers for Windows. Fortunately for Apple, it doesn't have to win a lot of market share for Safari on Windows to be a winner.

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A One-Day Lesson In Telepresence Basics

For my first telepresence experience, I entered what looked like an ordinary meeting room, with ordinary people sitting at ordinary tables. The people were 5,489 miles away, but their video images were life-sized, realistic -- and a little bit creepy.

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