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Cool software, cool logo!

 
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VLC media player.
I was able to watch many media files which WMP was unable to play.
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And here's the cool part (quoted from the Wiki article linked to above)...

It is one of the most platform independent players available, with versions for Linux, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, BeOS, BSD, Pocket PC, and Solaris.


 
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Indeed. A welcome addition to Mac OS X.
 
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Unfortunately it is powered by bottlenose dolphin tails (and they just throw the rest in the dumpster).
 
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Dolphins? I thought it was baby seals?

And I've always wondered about the logo... why traffic cones? They usually mean "get outa here!"
 
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Originally posted by Ernest Friedman-Hill:
Indeed. A welcome addition to Mac OS X.


I also like flip4mac, which allows QuickTime to play Windows Media clips.
 
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