CNET Do-It-Yourself Mac Projects: 24 Cool Things You Didn't Know You Could Do!

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McGraw Hill Professional, Dec 26, 2006 - Business & Economics - 299 pages
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Discover the hidden magic of your Mac

Maximize the power of your Mac with the useful and entertaining projects packed inside this easy-to-follow guide. Produced in conjunction with CNET.com, the place you go for the latest in tech and consumer electronics, this book shows you how to do all kinds of cool things with your Mac, like convert VHS movies into digital format, control your Mac with your voice, set up a PC-friendly Mac network, and more.

Inside, you'll find 24 self-contained projects, step-by-step instructions, a list of tools needed at the beginning of each project, and hundreds of clear photos and screenshots. With CNET Do-It-Yourself Mac Projects, you'll discover that your Mac has much more to offer than you ever imagined.

  • Set up videoconferencing via your webcam
  • Create a live radio broadcast, a podcast, or a vodcast
  • Connect to a Windows PC remotely
  • Send and receive SMS messages to and from cell phones
  • Turn your Mac into a jukebox and stream music wirelessly
  • Create a multimedia DVD
  • Convert any video content to iPod video format
  • And much more

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Contents

Turn Your Mac into a Fax Machine
3
Turn Your Mac into a Jukebox
9
Keep a Backup of Your Macs Hard Drive with Disk Utility
19
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

Joli Ballew is a Mac enthusiast, technical trainer, author, and media expert.

Andrew Shalat has been a designer and writer for more than 25 years. His articles have appeared in Macworld, InDesign Magazine, and other publications.

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