Welcome to My Mac #12! As always, we look forward to your comments on this issue, and invite you all to write in. This is a free publication dedicated to anyone and everyone who owns or uses a Macintosh computer.
This issue features a interview with Apple Fellow Guy Kawasaki by Russ Walkowich!
OpenDoc seems to be the big talk in all the major publications. What is it, and what does it do? Brian Koponen takes a look at OpenDoc and gives us the skinny in a language we can all understand!
Big news for all the system 7.5 users in the world! Apple has released System 7.5.3, and our own Adam Karneboge has a first look!
Pete Miner, our resident poet, is back, and he has some secrets about Bill Gates you will want to read! See his newly renamed monthly column “Miner Thoughts”.
Evan McCarthy, My Mac’s Web Master, begins his three part “HTML basics”. If you are thinking about starting your own web page, you will want to read this!
My Mac would like to welcome new writer Brian Harniman! We hope Brian stays with My Mac for a long time! Please read his first My Mac column “The Waiting Game”.
Also new to My Mac is Ed Khaja. Ed has lived EVERYWHERE in his life, and he starts off his writing debut with My Mac with some shareware reviews! We hope to have Ed here for a long time as well!
And, of course, Mike Wallinga is back once again! The popular “Wall Writings” can be found on the last page before the credits!
Be sure to read all the hardware and software reviews in this issue. You may just find something you have always needed!