Click’N Design 3D
Review

CD Burners have been a mainstream essential for Macintosh users for over two years now, especially since Apple is now including them on every model they make. Users like myself are simply burn-crazy, but one problem always crops up for me…what to do with all of those CD’s?

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Drive 10 1.0.4
Review

The Macintosh community is in a state of limbo, and while many of us are upgrading to Mac OS X, many programs still do not run natively in Apple’s next-generation operating system. This state of limbo is no more evident than with the current state of disk repair utilities.

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A Better Finder Series
Review

In October of 1998, MyMac.com (then My Mac Magazine) reviewed A Better Finder Rename, a nifty batch rename utility activated via a contextual menu plug in. Since then, A Better Finder Rename has not only grown and developed into version 3.8,

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That Apple Glow

We entered to the song “Love Shack.” And while Apple’s newest store is no shack, it is definitely full of love. Both as an Apple fan and a contributing editor for MyMac.com, today was a new milestone for me.

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MWNY

As I sit here in the media working room pondering the expo and it’s events over the last few days, I can only come to one conclusion: 50% complete is the key to thisMacworld Expo & Conference.

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OS X: First Impressions

First, I just need to say that Apple has really outdone themselves here, in both good and bad ways. I love Mac OS X, I’m in it right now, but I can’t make it my main system—yet. But I’m sure I’ll switch sooner or later. It’s really excellent.

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Vicomsoft Internet Gateway 6.7
Review

Just a year ago, internet sharing software and hardware solutions were just making their break onto the scene. Today, however, they are becoming commonplace in today’s SOHO and IS/IT settings.

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Iomega Zip 250 USB w/Firewire Adapter
Review

Iomega’s Zip is the defacto standard for removable storage in today’s cross-platform world. Long replacing the floppy, the pocket size disks can go almost anywhere. But as technologies change, and storage capacity grows at a feverish rate, standards also change.

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Review – QDesign MVP 1.0

The age of digitally mastered music recorded on our computers is definitely upon us, and as this age progresses, companies compete to produce the best quality, yet easiest to use players and encoders on the market. QDesign is one of the latest companies to jump on this bandwagon.

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Review – N2MP3 1.0.2

Let’s face it: MP3 (MPEG Layer III) is the future, and a little over a year ago I would not have said that MP3 on the Macintosh could compete with MP3 on the PC. The same is not true today, however. MP3 has taken the Macintosh world by storm, and products such as N2MP3 from Proteron Software show us why the Macintosh is not only a viable machine for MP3 creation, it’s also the best machine to do it.

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