The most trusted name in business journalism is now available as a headline feed on your Tiger desktop!


BusinessWeek Desktop Headlines 1.3

BusinessWeek Online features daily breaking news, smart analysis, special reports, commentary, investing insights from Standard & Poor's, and much more.

Configure your BusinessWeek Desktop Headlines widget to display new headlines from any of our RSS feeds: Top News, Technology, Investing, SmallBiz, B-Schools, Careers, BusinessWeek magazine, and Most Popular Stories. You'll also get the latest from all of our blogs and now podcasts!

Any new RSS feeds we introduce will automatically become available for display in your widget.

You can even search the BusinessWeek site right from within the widget interface.

And you can preview podcasts and subscribe to them with iTunes from the widget.

What's new in this version:

Improvements to the scroll bar. Scroll wheel mice are now supported. Improved functionality when clicking thru to multiple stories.


Click here to start using the widget today!


  WHAT'S A WIDGET?

It's a mini-application that provides you with fast access to information on BusinessWeek Online.


  HOW DO I USE A WIDGET?

Mac OS X Tiger 10.4.3 or higher is required.

If you're using Safari:
  • Click the download link on the right.
  • When the widget download is complete, push the F12 key to show Dashboard
  • Click the Plus sign to display the Widget Bar and click the widget's icon in the Widget Bar to open it.

If you're using a browser other than Safari:
  • Click the download link on the right.
  • When the widget download is complete, unarchive it and place it in /Library/Widgets/ in your home folder.
  • Then push the F12 key to show Dashboard
  • Click the Plus sign to display the Widget Bar and click the widget's icon in the Widget Bar to open it.



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