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Apple http://www.apple.com
Where my machines come from.
As the Apple Turns http://www.appleturns.com
My daily fix of Macintosh releated humor... well usually macintosh related.
Acclerate Your Mac http://www.appleturns.com
Hints and tips about how to get the maximum preformence out of your machine. Can also check to see how your old machine stacks up against newer machines.
MacCentral http://www.maccentral.com
A good standby with some original pieces and news bites. Also home of the Forward Migration column that tells about oginizations that have moved to the mac. They also help people find programs for obsure fields.
MacFixIt http://www.macfixit.com
Something wrong with your Mac? This site probably has some answers for you. Also has some extensive searchable forums.
MacNN http://www.macnn.com
A good site to get your quick fix of Macintosh news.
MacOSXHints http://www.macosxhints.com
They have some hints about some of the more UNIXy aspects of Mac OS X.
MacSurfer http://www.macsurfer.com
Not a real news site, but has links to articals about the Mac, and the computer industry from many different sources.
Version Tracker http://www.versiontracker.com
This site is a listing of software that has been released, or updated. Has daily lists of new updates, and a search engine to search all of the software products that have been listed. It is usually faster to find a link to a download software from this site then from the company's web site.


Slashdot http://www.slashdot.com
Hmmm... I just like some of the articals that they link to. The feedback, reviews, and forums are full of linux hacker wanabies that make them pretty much worthless.


Dilbert http://www.dilbert.com
How can you not like Dilbert?
Get Fuzzy http://www.comics.com/comics/getfuzzy/index.html
My new comic. =)
Garfield http://www.garfield.com
Garfield is the man... err cat!


Cocoa Developer Documentation http://developer.apple.com/techpubs/
Documentation for the best application framework out there.
MacTech http://www.mactech.com
The Macintosh developing magazine. Also has a nifty monthly programing challenge.
Omnigroup's Developer Resources http://www.omnigroup.com/developer/
Omnigroup has some very cool resources for Cocoa developers. First they have open sourced their additions to the Foundation and Appkit frameworks, and they run some very usefull mailing lists related to Mac OS X development.
Stepwise http://www.stepwise.com/
Stepwise has articals and tutorials for Cocoa developers.

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