Australian Macworld

Put on the Squeeze
November 1st, 2001

Since (and indeed before) the days when the Apple II and Commodore 64 sat on our desks and we wrote software to blank cassettes, computer users the world over have faced a universal conundrum … sacrificing file size without sacrificing quality or quantity.

The Cube Goes Down the Tubes
August 1st, 2001

In Apple’s first real setback since the release of the iMac in 1998 (which was their second computer market revolution after the Mac’s 1984 birth), Apple recently announced that production of the Power Mac G4 Cube will be suspended indefinitely.

Trash the Projector
July 1st, 2002

The digital revolution is in full swing, but there’s no need to be left out just because your technology hasn’t kept up with the Jones’ (or the Jobs’). Apple’s much trumpeted digital lifestyle gives you the power to share, archive and display your music, films, home movies and photos.

Point of Sale Systems
June 1st, 2003

A potential downfall is having to input a salesperson for each sale. If you run a cash-only business like a store, even setting a salesperson as ‘C’ is an extra step you could do without. You also can’t set the preferences to let you turn off the receipt feature so you’re forced to print one every time.

Create Your Own Desktop Picture
June 1st, 2001

This machine will soon reflect your personality, beliefs, talents’ even your favourite colour. So if you aren’t crazy about the giant Mac smiley face or the scenes straight out of Innerspace, you’ll want a new desktop pattern or picture.

Trash the Projector Grab out the old cinefilm of Uncle Brian on holiday in Swansea, ...
July 1st, 2002

Point of Sale Systems What's the one thing you never have enough of when you run ...
June 1st, 2003

Create Your Own Desktop Picture Customise your Mac with any image you like quickly and easily. Giddy with ...
June 1st, 2001

The Cube Goes Down the Tubes In Apple's first real setback since the release of the iMac in ...
August 1st, 2001

Put on the Squeeze Since (and indeed before) the days when the Apple II and Commodore ...
November 1st, 2001

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