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Date: 2008-10-09
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Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard Essential Training: Anatomy of a Window
Video 2: Customizing the Finder
In this Lynda.com video training series, host Christopher Breen looks at the Mac OSX Finder menus, and the important things that you can do in the Finder. He details the information that you can find under the Finder menu and details what each menu item is and what it covers.

Insider # 110: Incredible Shrinking Computing
Intel Plays In All the Fields But. . .Size Matters!
At last month's Intel Developers Forum (IDF) they showed us systems of every size, shape and price. The "hot n sexy" subject was netbooks that would be so light you'd carry them with you all the time and do all your work/storage in the cloud...as long as the cloud wasn't overcast. Sure kids can thumb them but touch typing is a lost cause. Sorry, not ready for carpel thumb syndrome yet...

How the iPhone is Cloud Computing's Killer App
iPhone applications are changing how customers interact with their data, documents and files
The iPhone has changed how the mobile phone market is viewed. More importantly, the iPhone applications are changing how customers interact with their data, documents and files. In this article, you will see how the iPhone is the tool that is exposing the potential of Cloud Computing to the masses and is converting this new technology to a mainstream solution.

Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard Essential Training: External hard drives and Time Machine
Video 2 covers Finder menus
In this Lynda.com video training series, host Christopher Breen discusses the first things you need to do before you get comfortable with you new Mac and one of them is to go to the store to get an external USB/FireWire hard drive to take advantage of Time Machine, which enables you to essentially reset your computer to a different day, restoring your files, how your system loooked and so forth.

Thinking about switching to a Mac?
A lot of PC owners are looking at an Apple Mac for their next machine.
My original plan was for this to be a straightforward review of Apple's updated 24-inch iMac that was announced in April. In such cases I ask the manufacturer for a review unit, they send it to me on loan, I TEST it for a few weeks, write my review and finally pack everything back in its box and ship it back.

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