Mac OS X 10.7 Lion: Peachpit Learning Series
Author: Robin Williams with John Tollett
Publisher: Peachpit Press
ISBN-13: 978-0-321-77701-0, 480 pages
Price: Paperback US$31.99, Book + eBook Bundle US$43.19, eBook Only US$25.59

Robin Williams, author of The Little Mac Book, Lion Edition has teamed up with husband and fellow author John Tollett to release the Mac OS X 10.7 Lion: Peachpit Learning Series book.

The book is delivered through 24 easy to follow lessons and is aimed towards new to medium level users. Experienced users will also find a good level of content and clarity on various topics.

Throughout the book readers will be presented with stunning visual examples to assist with understanding the Lion operating system.

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The Little Mac Book, Lion Edition
Author: Robin Williams
Publisher: Peachpit Press
ISBN-13: 978-0-321-77658-7, 216 pages
Price: Paperback US$15.99, Book + eBook Bundle US$21.59, eBook Only US$12.79

The Little Mac Book is a long running series of books which many Mac users, including myself, have been exposed to when first attempting to use the Mac platform.

I came across this series when it was in its third edition detailing the Mac OS 7.1 operating system. From then to now the author, Robin Williams, has continued to write this newcomers guide for the Mac. She also co-wrote, along with many other titles, the Mac OS X Lion: Peachpit Learning Series, which takes a deeper look into Mac than The Little Mac Book permits.

What I came across in that initial book from 1993 was every piece of information a new user needed to know to get the most out of their Mac. Fast forward to 2011 and the Lion edition of the series delivers the content in the same comprehensive and easy to follow method. Information is relevant and can be applied by users at both entry and medium skill levels.

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MyMac Podcast #117
Adam Christianson and Robin Williams

On February 19, 2007, in Podcast, by The MyMac Podcast


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Adam Christianson from The MacCast joins Tim and Chad for lively chat about his history in Macs, the current state of Apple and Steve Jobs, and much more. David Cohen reviews Take Control of Running Windows on a Mac, Second Edition. Robert Essential Acoustic Guitar and DVCreators Final Cut Pro Foundations. To wrap the show, Nemo interview one of our favorite Mac authors of all time, Robin Williams.

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MyMac Non-Designer Series
Book Reivew

On December 8, 2005, in Book Review, by Bakari Chavanu


The Non-Designer’s Type Book (Second Edition)
By Robin Williams
Peachpit Press
ISBN 0-321-30336-9
239 pages
Price: US $24.99, CN $24.99 UK £17.99

Reading, reviewing, and five starring Robin William’s Non-Designer’s Design Book led me to read her follow-up book, The Non-Designer’s Type Book (Second Edition). Though her former book is a must for anyone—and I mean anyone!—using a computer and producing letters, fliers, newsletters, webpages, and other documents, this latter guide book is more for those who are need more advance skills and techniques for higher level design projects and work.

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Book Bytes
MyMac Magazine #40

On August 23, 1998, in Book Review, by John Nemerovski

The Little Mac Book, Fifth Edition
by Robin Williams
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Peachpit Press
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ISBN 0-201-69673-8, 369 pages
$19.95 U.S., $27.95 Canada

I am perplexed and confounded, year after year, by the limited knowledge most Macintosh users have of the basics of their computers’ operation. From my first day with a Mac, I read the manuals and purchased supplementary “bibles.” In chronological order, I plowed through Encyclopedia Macintosh, then The Mac Almanac, several editions each of Mac Secrets and The Macintosh Bible, plus additional heavyweight tomes. They’re all still here, on my bulging bookshelf, awaiting my next summons.

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