The stylish keyboard has 49 touch-sensitive keys in four full C-to-C octaves. Its size is roughly 33” x 8” x 3” and its weight is 7.5 lbs. Additional MIDI specs are available from eMedia. Sound is very good, and finger action is just fine for beginning piano students.Read More
This week, podcast hosts Tim and Chad talk about iPod nano quality control problems, Warner Music and their new PR battle against Apple Computer, the Doom 3 Demo, and much more.
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Learn how to easily connect your digital camera to your Mac and have iPhoto do all the work for you. If you are new to the Mac, you will be amazed at how simple it is to get the photos off your camera and into iPhoto!
Topics The end of Macworld Expo Boston, price hike in iTunes Music Store, Fujitsu ScanSnap, Tim gets his hands on a iPod nano, and much more.
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Serious Editing in iPhoto 5 will surprise those who think iPhoto is just an over hyped digital shoebox. In 126 pages, Wolfe demonstrates that you don’t need to run PhotoShop to do serious, high-quality editing work on your images.Read More
The first of our free book content, we present a few pages from the latest Adobe Photoshop CS2 for Dummies book by Pete Bauer. This sneak peek looks at THE new feature of Photoshop CS2, Vanishing Point. If you like what you see, be sure to follow the Amazon link and buy a copy yourself.Read More
Three MORE things a switcher should know, The Dock, Keyboard Shortcuts, and Controlling Windows.Read More
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This is the best coverage I’ve seen on this narrow subject, period. Take the time, (you’ll need plenty) to work your way through it, and you’ll have tuned up Office so it looks and runs just the way you want.Read More
As Chad is on vacation this week, host Tim Robertson spends an hour with Chris Seibold, as well as a great talk with John Farr!
Due to software problems, the audio quality of this show is not up to our usual standards. Also apologies to PlayList magazines’ Chris Breen, who graciously took the time to participate in a planned feature on the new ROKR phone, but due to technical problems with the recording software, the conversation was lost.
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Scott Knaster knows what he’s talking about. Seriously. He’s been writing about programming the Mac for years, including the classic How To Write Macintosh Software. Hacking Mac OS X Tiger: Serious Hacks, Mods and Customizations is his latest effort. How does it stack up? Read David Weeks review here.
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This week, Tim and Chad go over the latest Apple news from our friends at MacMinute.com, including the new iPod nano, iTunes Motorola Music Phone ROKR, and our impressions of both.
The Dashboard Minute Returns, this week with outtakes!
The winner of our Roxio Toast 7 contest is announced!
ElementK Journals faux Invoices strikes again. An update!Read More
MyMac Podcast 42 Hurricane Katrina Help
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This week, Tim and Chad make a list of the “Top Ten Mac Items” they feel every Mac user should own. Do you agree or disagree? Let us know.
What is the deal with Element K Journals? Why are they billing Tim for subscriptions he did not want? Listen to the Podcast, and hear what happens when Tim calls their customer support phone number.
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