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October 1st, 1999

[7:00 AM] My Mac October Issue Ready For Download

My Mac Magazine has released their latest issue. The 54th issue includes information about CD burning, the usefulness of owning a G4, inside information about the iBook, plus more. According to My Mac Magazine:

My Mac is a monthly electronic magazine for everyday Mac users. It is dedicated to bringing Mac readers product reviews, information, humor, commentary, and great links to other Macintosh resources. Below details the contents of our October issue:

  • In the "Nemo Memo," John Nemerovski explores the concept of a "Lifelong Learner" while interviewing Jeffrey McPheeters -- a 24/7 technology guru.
  • Mick O'Neil's "The Mac Factor" informs us how the iBook, Apple's newest and best yet creation, can revolutionize our public school classrooms!
  • What's the point of having a G4? What's the point of remaining with your trusty ole' system, whatever version? See what Beth Lock has to say in "Babes in Boyland."
  • Tim Robertson, our fearless publisher and founding father, guides us through the intrincies of burning CDs in "The Beginners Guide: Making CDs." (And if you don't know what burning CDs means, you definitely need to check out this article!)
  • Entertaining and educational? For the best of both worlds while raising Mac-literate children, read Lyn Price's review on "Blue's 1-2-3 Time Activity." You'll be glad you did.
  • Our brilliant webmaster, Adam Karneboge, and equally brilliant writer, Derek Miller, review the latest SimCity creation, "SimCity 3000." Is it better or is it worse than previous incarnations? Read their reviews and find out!
  • Those of us unlucky enough to have to work on PCs at work will welcome Bob McCormick's review of "MacDrive 98 3.0." I'm getting my copy!
  • Technophiles will enjoy John Nemerovski's review of computer speakers: the TBenwin BW2000 Flat Panel. Impressive.
  • "GoClick" is the latest, and definitely greatest, HTML converter. Read Adam Karneboge's second review in this issue and find out why.
  • John Nemerovski is his usual profilic reader-self. His informative, detailed, and humorous reviews can be found in "Book Bytes."
  • "The Game Guys," Mike Wallinga and Adam Karneboge, review Ambrosia's latest role-playing game, "Cythera."
  • "KnowledgeSpider Web," by David Price, untangles the web weaved by so-called market share numbers and PC spin doctors. Enjoy!
  • Fenton Jones presents several programs and methods for analyzing your database in FileMaker 101 Part 19.
  • Poetry and Ralph Luciani are well-met in this month's "Me and My Mac."
  • Barbara Bell rambles about Halloween and the English language before jumping into her Helpful Hints in "Starting Line."
  • While in "Wall Writings," Mike Wallinga gives us the latest on Alta Vista, AllAdvantage, Trexar, and the BookEndz docking station.
  • While you're at My Mac, don't forget to check out Krishna Sadasivam's newest cartoon!

You can find this issue of My Mac at the company's web site.

My Mac Magazine



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