- Marketing the Mac: The myths keep people from switching, Jeff Adkins, Mac Lab Report, 07.31. Apple's biggest problem is the IT guy who convinces people that Macs are not a viable choice.
- MacSurfer stuck in infinite loop, Jeff Adkins, The Lite Side, 07.29. Spate of recursive links - no end in site.
- Laptop Laidback computer stand, Charles Moore, Miscellaneous Ramblings, 07.28. When you don't have a desk or table to work at, the Laptop Laidback could be your perfect solution.
- Biking with a 'Book, portable scanner, USB cell phone charging, USB/FW hub, and more, Charles Moore, The 'Book Review, 07.25. Also DVD burning iBooks, portfolio and lab cases, new dual monitor wallpapers, and bargain 'Books from $239 to $1,249.
- The many failings of BuyMusic.com, Adam Robert Guha, Apple Archive, 07.25. It doesn't work with Macs, iPods, or non-Microsoft browsers, and it restricts you to a single Windows computer.
- How to digitize your old tapes and LPs with your Mac, Jeff Adkins, Mac Lab Report, 07.24. One solution is to use iMovie to record sound coming through the audio in port on your Mac.
- The good, the bad, the stupid of BuyMusic.com, Stephen Van Esch, Mac Scope, 07.23. BuyMusic.com is directly targeting Apple's iTunes Music Store, but their service could end up driving customers to Apple once iTunes for Windows is ready.
- Weird headlines around the Web, Jeff Adkins, The Lite Side, 07.22. Trusty warmaking, Kobe Bryant, Windows XP, BMW, the 'Gruel' worm outbreak, and other bizarre news stories.
- David Coursey's OS X on Intel proposal just doesn't make sense, Dan Knight, Mac Musings, 07.22. Creating an OS X Mac around a Pentium just so it can run Windows well would be an absolute disaster.
- Three spam management tools, Charles Moore, Miscellaneous Ramblings, 07.21. Three programs for the Mac to help you fight the growing spam onslaught.
- Big red 'Book bag, new notebook drives, 6-port FireWire hub, DVD burner, and more, Charles Moore, The 'Book Review, 07.18. Also WildEepz, TiBook sleeve, low-cost 15 GB laptop drive, GPerch iPod stand, and bargain 'Books from $465 to $3,099.
- Goats in Toyland: Recording your own album with your Mac, Adam Robert Guha, Apple Archive, 07.18. Using the Mac to digitally record your music - and then burn it to a CD using iTunes.
- Factor of 3 rule predicts 3 GHz G5 as next computer, Jeff Adkins, Mac Lab Report, 07.17. On average, every new computer the author buys runs at three times the speed of the one it's replacing.
- External Mac modems, PB G4 speculation, UPS vs. FedEx, virus software, thoughts on the G5, and more, Charles Moore, Miscellaneous Ramblings, 07.15. Also more on mounting troublesome SCSI drives, flexible USB ports, and processor temperature sensors.
- Back to the Mac, Eric "Zoltan" DeStefano, Mac Metamorphosis, 07.14. BSD problems, a blown hard drive, and a network meltdown lead to reconsideration of the Macintosh.
- Guide to insecure computing, Dan Knight, The Lite Side, 07.11. Helping Windows users understand how insecure their platform really is.
- New 60 GB 7200 RPM notebook drive, BookEndz for 12" PowerBook, NeverWire USB, and more, Charles Moore, The 'Book Review, 07.11. Metal TiBook case, wireless networking, USB flash drive, FireWire/USB enclosure, next generation DVD recording, and bargain 'Books from $500 to $3,099.
- Finding the best online software deals, Dan Knight, Mac Musings, 07.11. Using price tracker websites to try to find the best online software prices.
- Tips for getting the best from tech support, Adam Robert Guha, Apple Archive, 07.11. You hear lots of complaints about tech support, but cases where they get the job done are rarely mentioned. How to get the most out of your calls to tech support.
- Slogans to help keep Macs in your school, Jeff Adkins, Mac Lab Report, 07.10. Resistance is not futile. Help them see the silliness of switching to Windows PCs. Make your voice heard.
- The power of the G5 and the future of the Mac, Dan Knight, Mac Musings, 07.10. The steps Apple has taken to make the whole system as powerful as possible by eliminating one bottleneck after another.
- A week with an eMac finds it an excellent value, Dan Knight, Mac Musings, 07.09. Apple's lowest cost computer acquits itself very nicely in its first week on the job at Low End Mac.
- Treading the line: Are Apple's applications helping or hurting?, Stephen Van Esch, Mac Scope, 07.09. Apple's Final Cut drove Adobe Premiere from the Mac market. How are Apple's other apps impacting the rest of the software market.
- Future Apple and IBM cooling strategies, Jeff Adkins, The Lite Side, 07.08. "Okay, you've been waiting in helpless anticipation for people to start ridiculing the new G5's collection of fans - what are there, 20 fans or something inside the case?"
- Panther and the beige G3, unreadable CD-Rs, free music, and more, Dan Knight, Low End Mac Mailbag, 07.08. Supporting older Macs not a win-win situation, mailbag musings, OS X on a FireWire drive, building your own Mac clone, and an iChat AV suggestion.
- Hooked by the iBook, Jeff Campbell, My First Mac, 07.08. "The moment I saw the iBook I was hooked, and by August I had one in my hands."
- Review: Macally iceKey slim USB keyboard, Charles Moore, Miscellaneous Ramblings, 07.07. This inexpensive, white keyboard has short key travel and light keyboard action.
- New Gig announces G5 upgrade for AGP Power Macs, Anne Onymus, Rumor Mill, 07.07. New Gig engineers overcome PowerPC 970 design limitations to produce first G5 CPU upgrade ever.
- Three glitches in Safari 1.0, Dan Knight, 10 Forward, 07.07. Safari developer Dave Hyatt has asked for a Top 10 list of Safari problems. Try as I might, I can only come up with three.
- Blue Chip G4 price drop, 1.1 GHz PowerPC 750GX, FlexUSB, NoSleep, Temperature Monitor, and more, Charles Moore, The 'Book Review, 07.03. Worldwide wireless access, new 802.11g card, hot swap hard drive enclosure, widescreen wallpaper, and bargain 'Books from $239 to $3,099.
- Panther: Time to pull the plug on the beige G3, Adam Robert Guha, Apple Archive, 07.03. If Apple won't fully support the old beige G3's hardware, it's time to leave the machine behind when OS X 10.3 ships.
- Clever product idea for TiBooks, Jeff Adkins, Mac Lab Report, 07.03. Here's a simple idea that could make it a lot easier to plug things into the back of the titanium PowerBook G4.
- G4 value error, beige G3 upgrades, piracy and copyright, iChat AV, and more, Dan Knight, Low End Mac Mailbag, 07.02. Apple's new G4 Power Macs, troubles with iChat AV, Low End Mac's eMac, and backup plans.
- Switcher's guide to OS X, troubleshooting an upgrade nightmare, iChat AV, and more, Dan Knight, Low End Mac Mailbag, 07.01. Thoughts on slow OS X adoption, Claris Home Page, and upgrading a Power Mac G4 to accept two optical drives.
- Secrets of the PowerPC 970: Why the G5 runs so fast, Chris Lozaga, My Turn, 07.01. With two floating point units and more efficient instructions, the PowerPC 970 is designed to be faster than any Pentium.
- Benchmarks to convince pundits that Macs are faster, Jeff Adkins, The Lite Side, 07.01. If they don't want to believe Apple's demonstrations or the independent lab reports, here are some tests that just might convince the PC experts how fast the G5 really is.
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