Can you believe the pettiness of MacPublishing reported on MacMinute's front page? Because MacSpeedZone's iMac Central uses "Mac" and "Central" they claim violation of copyright of "MacCentral." As the Amish say to avoid blasphemy, "Cheese and crackers!"<br><br>And that's true too.--Shakespeare, King Lear
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totally... stupid... I wonder what would have happened to MacNN back in the day had "MacToday" pressed us about the iMac2day.com website (which was also registered as imactoday.com)....<br><br>I'm sure MacNN would have caved too ;)<br><br>heh...<br><br>
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