Nancy Carroll Gravley offers up a passel of tips on beginning Web design, and explains why Freeway Express 5 is a great choice for getting started in making Web pages of your own.
When my son comes across something he really likes, his usual response is whoo-hoo. In this instance I would like to borrow from that younger generation and declare whoo-hoo for a new database product on the market called Bento.
Two outstanding new products came my way in the past couple of weeks and I would like to bring both to your attention. The first is Attaché, from LapWorks, a company whose products I have written about before. The second is a great laptop bag from Crumpler.
Last night, while working at my Mac, I experienced one of those heart stopping moments where you do something you didn't really mean to do, but once you do it, it can't be undone. I threw away all the items in my Keychain folder. Today's column is the story of how Time Machine saved the day
OK, so everyone else comes up with their end-of-the-year top list of this and that, so I have come up with the list of the Apple applications and utilities that I have found to be the most useful this past year. Taking away those things that are useful to me just because of special tasks that I have to do, these are the things that I use day in and day out and always recommend to other beginners.
If you have already installed the new Mac operating system, OS 10.5 (Leopard) you are probably enjoying some of the great new features. If you haven't, you might be interested in some of those features and how you make them work. I am also happy to announce a new version of my Mac OS X tips and hints book.
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