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RSS Made Really, Really Simple

RSS Made Really, Really Simple

Tuesday, February 8, 2005

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Find out why millions of people are switching to RSS readers such as NetNewsWire for the Mac rather than surfing the web with a web browser.

ISP-In-A-Box: The $500 Mac mini (Chapter V, WebMin)

ISP-In-A-Box: The $500 Mac mini (Chapter V, WebMin)

Monday, February 7, 2005

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This is Chapter V in our ISP-In-A-Box Series on the Mac mini. In this session, we cover installation of WebMin,a must-have application for every web server.

ISP-In-A-Box: The $500 Mac mini (Part IV, PHP)

ISP-In-A-Box: The $500 Mac mini (Part IV, PHP)

Friday, February 4, 2005

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This is Part IV in our ISP-In-A-Box series on Webifying Your Mac mini. Today we cover installation of PHP and phpMyAdmin.

ISP-In-A-Box: The $500 Mac mini (Part III, MySQL)

ISP-In-A-Box: The $500 Mac mini (Part III, MySQL)

Thursday, February 3, 2005

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This is the third in a five-part HOW-TO series on Webifying Your Mac. Today’s article covers the installation of MySQL on your shiny new Mac mini.

ISP-In-A-Box: The $500 Mac mini (Part II, Mail Services)

ISP-In-A-Box: The $500 Mac mini (Part II, Mail Services)

Wednesday, February 2, 2005

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This is the second in a five-part series of HOW-TO articles on building a full-featured Internet hosting server with a Mac mini. Today’s installment covers building SMTP, POP3, and IMAP mail servers.

ISP-In-A-Box: The $500 Mac mini

ISP-In-A-Box: The $500 Mac mini

Tuesday, February 1, 2005

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This first in a five-part HOW-TO series on Webifying a Mac mini. Today’s installment walks you through setting up the Apache web server on a Mac mini.

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.