Kodak has released a package which allows you to record CDs over a number of sessions. Previously, CD-Roms had to be recorded in one go. You can now record sections over a long period and in different formats. The software also includes safety features and a user interface designed to mirror that of Mac and PC platforms. Kodak has also announced a compatible double-speed CD writer, an update on the current PCD 200 Plus model. It has expandable 2MB memory and two writing speeds. At top speed, it can write a 682MB CD-Rom in about ten minutes. The PCD Writer 225 is available now from Kodak Imaging Centres for Ãº2850. Associated Kodak Multi-Write Publishing Software for Macs may be out soon, the PC version is Ãº1300. For further information, contact Joanne Palmer at Kodak on 0442 845303.
The 30 shortlisted designs for this year’s Loewe Craft Prize will go on display at the museum this May, and the overall winner will be awarded €50,000.
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