Sometime last week, apparently without any formal announcement (aside from a tweet), CNET dropped the MacFixIt name from its site. As of now, if you go to www.macfixit.com, it takes you instead to CNET>Computers.
Landau launched Macfixit the heyday of Mac blogs back in 1996. He sold the site to Tech Tracker, which itself had a great software update site called Version Tracker. Tech Tracker then sold to CNET where it had since been maintained. Over the years the Macfixit brand faded as CNET integrated content and changed directions. Now itís finally gone.
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