Emacs P4 Integration Home Page: "P4-Windows Explorer Integration package (4KB) is also available (ins a rudimentary form) for those who would like to perform P4 operations by right-clicking on a file or a directory. The current version is 1.1. The format of the distribution is a gzipped-tar file (.tar.gz). "
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The Observer | International | Armed and dangerous - Flipper the firing dolphin let loose by Katrina: "It may be the oddest tale to emerge from the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Armed dolphins, trained by the US military to shoot terrorists and pinpoint spies underwater, may be missing in the Gulf of Mexico."
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You Can Use an IPod to Move Music Apple doesn't make it easy to employ your IPod to duplicate your music collection on both your work and home PCs, but you can do it. If you have a Windows machine, simply plug in your IPod, find it listed in Windows Explorer, and make sure your machine can view hidden files. Open the 'IPod_Control' folder and copy the 'My_Music' folder to your PC. Import those tracks into ITunes and put them in order there. Select Edit, Preferences, and choose the Advanced tab. Select a location for your music library by clicking the Change button, and then check Keep iTunes Music folder organized. Utilities such as the $15 IPodRip--available for PCs and Macs from The Little App Factory--can help automate this process."