Atari. Nintendo. Super Nintendo. These were the gaming machines of my youth. These were also the forerunners of todays gaming machines like the Play Station 2, X-Box and GameCube. In this tutorial. I’ll show you how to resurrect these old games on your Mac.
• Oct 3, 2004
Most people, when transferring files from one Mac to another, will set up a network but in todays tutorial I will show you how to quickly and easily transfer files using fiirewire disk mode.
• Oct 2, 2004
The ease with which you can create professional looking DVD’s using iDVD is one of the great advantages of using a Mac. In this tutorial. I’ll show you how to duplicated DVD’s that you have created using iDVD or DVD Studio Pro.
• Sep 29, 2004
One of the many advantages of the MacOS, is the fact that you can burn a cd from the finder, no extra software needed. This works best with internal CDRW drives but will also work with supported external CDRW drives. I was using my Powerbook G4 with combo drive for this tutorial.
• Sep 29, 2004
It is common knowledge that if you want to sell something via the internet [i.e. auctions, personal web site, etc.] then you need to be able to accept credit card payments. This tutorial will show you how to accept credit card payments in your online auctions.
• Sep 25, 2004
When it comes to shopping, we want the best deals, no matter what. Shopping for books is no different. I’m sure that a majority of people who shop for books online, shop at one of the two big book sites (Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble). I must admit, when I’m looking for a book, my search begins and ends at Amazon. Or, I should say that it used to begin and end at Amazon.
• Sep 23, 2004