Apple & Macs

HOW-TO Bonanza: 50 Great Summertime Projects for You & Your Mac mini

HOW-TO Bonanza: 50 Great Summertime Projects for You & Your Mac mini

Thursday, September 15, 2005

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Today’s column provides links to 50 great Mac OS X open source projects currently available here and elsewhere on the Net.

WHERE-TO Bonanza: 50 Great Summertime Web Sites for You & Your Mac mini

WHERE-TO Bonanza: 50 Great Summertime Web Sites for You & Your Mac mini

Friday, June 24, 2005

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A list of 50+ great web sites with news, reviews, tutorials, troubleshooting, blogs, forums, hacks, and rumors about everything Mac mini.

ISP-In-A-Box: Remotely Managing Your Mac Using AFP and SSH Tunnels

ISP-In-A-Box: Remotely Managing Your Mac Using AFP and SSH Tunnels

Friday, June 10, 2005

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This HOW-TO walks you through remotely managing a Mac using AFP and SSH servers which are bundled with Mac OS X distributions.

ISP-In-A-Box: Hosting Multiple Web Sites And Domains On Your Mac

ISP-In-A-Box: Hosting Multiple Web Sites And Domains On Your Mac

Friday, June 3, 2005

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HOW-TO host multiple web sites and domains from your Mac.

ISP-In-A-Box: Remotely Managing Mac Web Sites Using WebDAV

ISP-In-A-Box: Remotely Managing Mac Web Sites Using WebDAV

Friday, May 27, 2005

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This HOW-TO walks you through remotely managing Mac web sites using WebDAV.

Mac OS X Tiger Backups: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Mac OS X Tiger Backups: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Saturday, May 21, 2005

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Today’s article provides a look at the backup options which work and don’t work with Mac OS X Tiger.

ISP-In-A-Box: The $500 Mac mini (WebDAV and Web Folders 101)

ISP-In-A-Box: The $500 Mac mini (WebDAV and Web Folders 101)

Friday, May 13, 2005

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Today we introduce WebDAV and WebFolders and the incredible off-site-storage capabilities they bring to the table with any ISP-In-A-Box.

iTunes Bait and Switch: Say It Ain’t So, Steve

iTunes Bait and Switch: Say It Ain’t So, Steve

Wednesday, May 11, 2005

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Apple reportedly has changed the terms under which users can make music CDs of songs downloaded from the iTunes Music Store.