Workingmac.com, a new Web site that describes itself as the "Toolbox for Mac Professionals," has gone live with original columns from veteran Mac writers Stephen Beale, David K. Every and John C. Welch. David Leishman, publisher of the site, announced the launch during Macworld Expo New York.
Dedicated to serving professional Mac users and power users, Workingmac.com offers reporting and commentary from some of the most-recognized names in Mac journalism:>p>Beale, former editor of MacWEEK.com, pens a weekly column on 3D graphics and will also cover design and publishing applications. His inaugural column features a conversation with Art Howe of Newtek, developer of LightWave software.
Every, founder of the MacKiDo Web site, will offer regular insights into software engineering; he begins with a comparison of PHP and Appleis WebObjects as Web site development tools.
Welch, workingmac.comis resident network expert, re-introduces himself to Mac network managers in the first installment of his inetd column.
Other contributors include Wes George, former columnist for MacWEEK.com and MacObserver.com, who will cover Apple from an investoris standpoint. Leishman, former senior editor of MacWEEK.com, will cover the music and audio beat for the site.
The site has big plans, including reader forums, information resources, additional columnists and daily links to Mac and technology news around the Web. Beginning in September, the site will offer some premium services for a modest subscription fee. However, news stories and columns will be available free to all readers.
You can find more information about Workingmac.com at their Web site.