Online computer and peripheral retailer TigerDirect has filed suit against Apple claiming Mac OS X 10.4, known as “Tiger,” infringes on its trademarked name. According to court filings obtained by Bloomberg, TigerDirect is seeking an injunction to stop Apple’s new operating system from going on sale.
Archive for April 28th, 2005
Events are being planned ahead of tomorrow’s launch of Mac OS X 10.4 “Tiger” across Apple’s 105 retail stores worldwide and in participating resellers such as CompUSA beginning at 6 p.m. At that time, Apple will unleash the new version of its operating system, said to include some 200 new features.
The OpenRaw Working Group has launched a Web site, www.openraw.org, to promote open documentation of Raw file formats.
Merge to HDR in Photoshop CS2 – A First Look
At the recent Adobe ideas conference in New York City, photographer Chris Rainier gave a session about a recent book project, ANCIENT MARKS: The Sacred Origins of Tattoos and Body Marking. Part of the session was about the unusual manner in which the book evolved, was produced and finally published.
The ANCIENT MARKS book and Exhibition explore the intrinsic connection between mankind’s culture and the old tradition of marking the human body dating back two thousand years, with tattoos and scarification as a form of initiation, beauty, and highly ritualized ornamentation.
The 30 day demo versions for both Windows and Macintosh are now available for download via FTP.