- Upgraded Pismo Panther reports, $28 802.11b card, PowerBook white spot petition, and more, Charles Moore, The 'Book Review, 10.31. Also ThermographX, new 'Book bags, PowerCube enclosure, USB JumpDrive for music and data, Packard Bell's 64-bit laptop, and bargain 'Books from $50 to $2,499.
- A cult classic: The Colour Classic II, Dan Knight, Mac Musings, 10.31. Looking back at a legendary Mac on its tenth birthday.
- OS X, the classic Mac OS, and customizing your Mac's appearance, Adam Robert Guha, Apple Archive, 10.31. Although Kaleidoscope doesn't exist for OS X, there are ways to personalize your Mac's look and feel.
- Visiting the Apple Store - worth the trip?, Jeff Adkins, Mac Lab Report, 10.30. "The whole point of shopping in person is to respond to the packaging, pick up a box, decide you want it, and buy it right then and there...."
- Panther at the low end, and what to do with Jaguar, Dan Knight, Mac Musings, 10.30. How much faster (or slower) is OS X 10.3 on an eMac, iBook, iMac, or PowerBook - and what should you do with your old copy of OS X?
- Proteron: Tilting at windmills, Stephen Van Esch, Mac Scope, 10.29. "Far from being the 'original application switcher,' there are several examples of application switching on the Mac."
- The little Mac that could, Jeff Adkins, The Lite Side, 10.28. "Ever wonder what kind of bedtime stories Mac fanatics tell their kids at bedtime?"
- Transferring AppleCare, low cost Pismo G4 upgrade, benefits of G4 on OS X, and memory for NuBus Macs, Charles Moore, Miscellaneous Ramblings, 10.27. How to transfer AppleCare when buying or selling a used Mac, FastMac upgrades, wireless problems on a TiBook, and RAM for pre-PCI Macs.
- G4 iBooks, notebook sales growth, Pismo G4 upgrade, iPod accessories, and more, Charles Moore, The 'Book Review, 10.24. A new 'Book hard drive upgrade service, Disk Jockey, fixing a "flying saucer" power supply, bargain 'Books from $139 to $2,249, and more.
- Is the Panther upgrade worth it?, Adam Robert Guha, Apple Archive, 10.24. Does Mac OS X 10.3 (Panther) really offer enough improvements to justify the $129 price?
- Typing in student names vs. importing them, Jeff Adkins, Mac Lab Report, 10.23. Sometimes there are advantages to doing things the old fashioned way instead of letting your computer do all the work.
- The new Mac value equation, Dan Knight, Mac Musings, 10.22. How the new iBook G4 models and reduced price eMacs impact Mac values across the line.
- Notes for Windows Users Who Want to Hate iTunes, Jeff Adkins, The Lite Side, 10.21. "To help out those poor Windows users who can't find anything to hate in iTunes, I thought I'd offer up my own list of stuff they can adopt in their scathing reviews...."
- Dueling PowerBook G3 CPU upgrades: Which is better for you, a G4 or a fast G3?, Charles Moore, Miscellaneous Ramblings, 10.20. Which is the better WallStreet or Pismo upgrade, a faster G3 or a 500-550 MHz G4?
- New messenger bags, power adapters, wireless products, a USB IrDA adapter, and more, Charles Moore, The 'Book Review, 10.17. Also a new iPod case, growth in 15" laptop sales, MateDeck, a 3D laptop, a webcam that zooms, and bargain 'Books from $190 to $1,999.
- Software bugs could cost Apple users and market share, Adam Robert Guha, Apple Archive, 10.17. Whether it's a version of iTunes that eats files or an OS update that breaks your network connection, Apple can't afford this kind of mistakes.
- Using iDisk effectively in the classroom, Jeff Adkins, Mac Lab Report, 10.16. iDisk provides a lot of easy-to-use functionality that puts you on the cutting edge of educational technology.
- Microsoft's holding pattern, Stephen Van Esch, Mac Scope, 10.15. Development of Internet Explorer and Windows seems stuck while Apple keeps improving Safari and OS X.
- What parts to keep when your Mac dies, Jeff Adkins, The Lite Side, 10.14. Don't just throw out your old Mac, monitor, or printer - salvage and store as many parts as possible. Here's how.
- Higher capacity PowerBook batteries, revised 10.2.8 fixes battery problems, benchmarks, and more, Charles Moore, The 'Book Review, 10.10. Also a new laptop/camera bag, combo drive for Pismo and Lombard, water cooling technology, tiny iPod dock, bargain 'Books from $525 to $2,749, and more.
- I am not a Mac fanatic, Jeff Adkins, Mac Lab Report, 10.09. Mac or PC should be a matter of choosing the best solution, not having adminstration dictate a one-platform-fits-all solution.
- POPmonitor 2: Kissing spam goodbye, Dan Knight, Mac Musings, 10.08. POPmonitor 2 unleashes the power of your Mac - under OS 8, 9, or X - to detect and delete spam before you download it.
- Sniglets for the Mac, Jeff Adkins, The Lite Side, 10.07. Floppistation, blue screen of debt, frammistand, and other words and phrases that should be in the Mac lexicon.
- Quest for a replacement PowerBook battery, Charles W. Moore, Miscellaneous Ramblings, 10.06. A dead Pismo battery leads to a search for the best value in a replacment PowerBook battery.
- Dell takes on Apple's iPod and iTunes Music Store, Adam Robert Guha, Apple Archive, 10.03. Can the king of copycat computing succeed by following Apple's vision?
- Resetting the power manager, notebook drive speed, wireless mobile mouse, PC Card video, and more, Charles Moore, The 'Book Review, 10.03. Also new notebook cases, Keynote themes, new FireWire drives, iPod accessories, and bargain 'Books from $190 to $1,599.
- iBlog revisited, Jeff Adkins, Mac Lab Report, 10.02. Some tips and reflections on using iBlog.
- Winds of change may benefit Apple, Stephen Van Esch, Mac Scope, 10.02. As governments and businesses look for alternatives to Windows, Apple has a chance to grow their market.
- Newtons, Palms, and Pocket PCs: Why Apple needs a PDA, Dan Knight, Mac Musings, 10.01. Mac users deserve better than Palms and Pocket PCs have to offer, something that works better both on its own and while connecting with a Mac.
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