The Mac OS X Leopard Book
Review - The Mac OS X Leopard Book
by , 2:00 PM EDT, June 27th, 2008
As a writer for beginners I love it when a Scott Kelby book arrives at my door. I know it is going to helpful. I know it is going to be easy to read, and most of all, I know I am going to have fun while I learn.
Your first clue with this 246 page Leopard book is on the cover where there is a notice that this book "works with all Macs running Mac OS X Leopard."
For a little book designed for beginners, there is a lot packed in here and yet, it doesn't overwhelm. The multitude of color illustrations help, but the primary tool is the writing style and method of explanation that Mr. Kelby employes. You just "get it" the first time through. Plus you get the benefit of a lot of chuckles along the way.
The chapters cover:
The Bottom Line:
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- Apple Watch is Gaining on Fitbit, but that Doesn’t Mean Fitbit is Screwed
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- The iPod Has Been Relegated to the Back of the Apple Store, But with Good Reason
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- iOS 9 Content Blockers - Bring ‘Em On!
- 8:50 AM
- OS X El Capitan Beta: Pinning Safari Tabs
- Thu,6:00 PM
- Windows 10 Users Will Be Able to Watch Apple’s September 9 Event
- 4:59 PM
- Griffin’s Twenty Bluetooth Amplifier: $119.99
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- PayAnywhere Hops on the Apple Pay Bus
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- Amazon’s Failed Fire Phone Was Too Creepy for Customers
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- Siri Doesn’t Want to Give Any Hints
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- TMO Daily Observations 2015-08-27: Apple’s Sept 9 Media Event, Amazon’s Defunct Smartphone
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- Apple’s Next Big iPhone Event is Happening September 9th, and Siri May Know Something