More Nifty Tiger Stuff

There’s an automated “transfer your settings from another machine via Firewire” tool that launches when you start the machine for the first time.
There’s a feature for .mac members to have domains of the style (machine).(user) map to their IP addresses.
Safari’s RSS support, while nice and clean, is a horrible way to read articles because (at least, for now), it’s just an alternative to viewing the main site. You have to click a button while at the page, and you flip to an RSS view. That’s ridiculous.
That said, the use of the summarize service to control the length of excerpts is fantastic and a convincing reason that EVERYONE NEEDS TO PROVIDE A FULL FEED.
More as I find it.