Apple & Macs

Ultimate Computer Telephony Server: The $500 Mac mini

Ultimate Computer Telephony Server: The $500 Mac mini

Monday, January 31, 2005

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Build a Full-Featured Computer Telephony Integration Service for under $650 Using a Mac mini.

Turn Your Mac Mini Into A Media Center

Sunday, January 30, 2005

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Read Engadget’s terrific HOW-TO on turning your Mac mini into a media center.

Ultimate Home Automation Server: The $500 Mac Mini, Part III

Ultimate Home Automation Server: The $500 Mac Mini, Part III

Friday, January 28, 2005

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The Third and Final Installment in our series on building the ultimate Home Automation Server using a Mac mini.

Ultimate Home Automation Server: The $500 Mac Mini, Part II

Ultimate Home Automation Server: The $500 Mac Mini, Part II

Thursday, January 27, 2005

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This is the second of our three-part series on building a Home Automation System using your Mac mini. You probably should read the first installment before continuing here. So where were we? Before you start buying home automation equipment, sit down and figure out what you want to automate and what you don’t. You also need to familiarize yourself with what’s available in the home automation marketplace and decide which components you want now and which ones you’ll defer until… Read More ›

The Ultimate Home Automation Server: Your Shiny, New $500 Mac Mini

The Ultimate Home Automation Server: Your Shiny, New $500 Mac Mini

Wednesday, January 26, 2005

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If you thought the Mac mini was only an entry-level PC Killer, think again. The Mac mini may just be the perfect server on which to build your dream Home Automation System. Having built one of these using an iMac G5, I’m more than a little jealous that it now can be done for $1,000 less using a Mac mini … or about $5,000 less than what you’d pay an "expert" to build it for you. So let’s get started.… Read More ›

PC Killer: The $500 Mac mini

PC Killer: The $500 Mac mini

Saturday, January 22, 2005

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Help clean up Bill Gates’ mess. Encourage your friends to try a Mac. And do it today!