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    Added the ccarproject to the frontends list.
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    Added category "Media Center Interfaces" upon request and two alpha stage projects.
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    Please add my 2000 LandRover to your listing

    Dennis Monckton

    Mac Mini-fied 2000 Land Rover
    http://homepage.mac.com/dmonckton/LandRoverMacMini/PhotoAlbum12.html
    1.25GHz, 802.11g and Bluetooth, 7" Lilliput TS, iMic, Adesso Mini USB Keyboard with Trackball, BT phone for GPRS conn. to Internet

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    A new site that discusses interfacing your cell phone with your Mac is located at: macncell.com
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    the best gps software for mac

    check this multi-platform gps maping software out:
    http://roadnav.sourceforge.net/

    seems to be better then route 66. even does verbal turn by turn directions.

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    Note on Audio interfaces: I found another external USB soundcard that will work with OSX, the Roland UA-1X. Stereo RCA in/out, Optical out, 1/8" jack out. Would still need a head unit or audio processor, but this is what I plan to use. The best price I've found is here
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    Please update the lilliput touchscreen driver link to this url. Happy New Year!

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    Updated links. Also updated which projects I am seeing as still active and not active. If you have a project you would like to correctly list or a newer one that has a beta release, please PM me.
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    will you update the links on the first page to show current projects on this forum?

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    Media Central

    Can't believe this isn't in your list yet!

    Similar to Front End, but free and works on any mac really. Better in many ways, and supports TV as well (which front end doesn't) and handles weirdly codec'd video files better.

    http://www.equinux.com/us/products/m...ral/index.html

    It is freeware, but everything else by that company isn't.

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