Not all is bad news, though. Here are a few I've spotted tonight:
- OmniGroup now has Universal binaries for most of their applications.
- Microsoft is giving away Flip4Mac, which is a vast improvement on Media Player and can apparently cope with their streaming formats as well.
- Mono will be included in Fedora Core 5.
- Russell posted some details on Yahoo!'s SyncML services.
- Quicksilver got a Subversion module today (update your plugin list in Preferences): To use specify a path in QS and then pick svn commands from the action menu. ... This plugin requires the svn command to be accessable at /usr/local/bin. QS rocks.
- Via Gruber, here's why XP won't run on a Mac anytime soon (unless you use a virtualization environment like VMware).
An interesting aspect is that trying to getting data from photocasts.apple.com with curl results in an HTML error page, which probably means Apple re-renders (or enriches) RSS feeds with some extra info depending on the User-Agent hitting that host (the "plain" RSS feed linked on that site shows nothing too untoward, and only a few extra attributes).