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Take Control News/21-Feb-05

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We're on the verge of releasing more titles, and this week brought a little extra encouragement to get them out the door in the form of a nice review of "Take Control of Mac OS X Backups."

<http://www.tidbits.com/takecontrol/news/>

MacGuild Gives "Take Control of Mac OS X Backups" an A -- The Macintosh Guild, which bills itself as "the ultimate Apple user group for corporate America," has reviewed Joe Kissell's "Take Control of Mac OS X Backups," giving it a grade of A (Outstanding). [ACE]

<http://mac-guild.org/reviews/book043.html>
<http://www.tidbits.com/takecontrol/backup- macosx.html>

 

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