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November 2nd, 1999

[2:30 PM] Is It November Already? The New Issue Of MyMac Must Be Ready!

My Mac magazine has released their November issue. My Mac is a monthly electronic magazine devoted to bring different views, product updates, and other news to the Mac community. According to My Mac:

This month includes:

  • Susan Howeter raves tangerine and graphite this month in "Out of the AppleCart."
  • In the "Nemo Memo," John Nemerovski reveals Mac web site ratings and revisits his $3,000 iMac."
  • Mick O'Neil's "The Mac Factor" divulges the secrets of Apples future product developments. The future awaits us...
  • Read how Beth Locke transformed herself from newbie to Apple guru (or is it geek?) in this month's "Babes in Boyland."
  • Tim Robertson, our editor-in-chief and founding father, takes us to new levels of burning CDs in "The Beginners Guide: Making CDs, Part III."
  • Tim then takes us through the marvels of Apple's new G4 and PowerBook computers in "My Turn."
  • Webheads will enjoy Adam Karneboge's review and comparison of Mizer 1.7 against VSE Web Site Turbo 3.0.1. Read and learn!
  • Mike Wallinga examines QuickMail Pro 2.0 and lets us know the good, and the bad, of a truly great program.
  • John Nemerovski is his usual profilic reader-self. His informative, detailed, and humorous reviews can be found in this month's "Book Bytes" and "Book Bytes Bonus."
  • Read why "The Game Guys," Mike Wallinga and Adam Karneboge, highly recommend Freeverse Software's Deathground.
  • Don't forget to read this month's "The Best of As The Apple Turns." You'll never see, or read, a better Mac-soap opera.
  • Like to be the handyperson in your household? Learn how to expand that expertise to your Mac after using the links in David Price's "KnowledgeSpiderWeb."
  • In FileMaker 101, Part 20, Fenton lays out his theory of screen design and tells where to find those nice buttons.
  • Look deep into Bob McCormick's Quartz Crystal Ball in "MacAmalgamation."
  • Gone with the Wind Meets Apple Macintosh in Ralph Luciani's "Me and My Mac."
  • What to be thankful for this year? How about Barbara Bell's Helpful Hints in November's "Starting Line."
  • What's better? Mac, Linux, or NT? Okay, okay, we all know Mac is the best, but where do the other two stand? Find out in Mike Wallinga's "Wall Writings."
  • While you're at My Mac, don't forget to check out Krishna Sadasivam's newest cartoon!

You can find more information and see the full issue at the My Mac Magazine web site.

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