Fun Way to Send Attachments in Mail
If you're working in a file that you want to attach to a message in Apple Mail, you can transfer the file to Mail easily: From the title bar of the file's window, drag the little proxy icon to Mail's icon on the Dock. Your Mac will make Mail the active application and open a new outgoing message, with the file attached.
(If your icon won't drag, the file probably isn't saved.)
Check out this issue for the story of how we put in a dedicated Internet connection, along with Mark Anbinder's article about the TCP/IP FirstClass BBS module that provides access over the Internet. Mark also passes on news of Apple opening up eWorld United Kingdom users, and Andy Williams reviews Apple's fastest new printer, the 16 page-per-minute LaserWriter 16/600 PS.
Apple's PowerShare software (the server component that can be used with the PowerTalk client software) will no longer include a copy of System 7 Pro in the box, effective todayShow full article
Why meet in person? Bittco Solutions is now shipping Co-motion 1.5 and the new Co-motion Lite. Co-motion enables users at different locations to engage in brainstorming and decision-making sessions, using most any network as a communication conduit (including the Internet over a TCP connection)Show full article
Director of Technical Services, Baka Industries Inc.. Apple last month moved closer to a plan for a worldwide online service by introducing eWorld in the United KingdomShow full article
At the end of October, SoftArc released FirstClass 2.6, an update to its group communications software, with the ability to communicate with Macintosh and Windows clients or between servers, via TCP/IP (see TidBITS-238)Show full article
Apple's new LaserWriter 16/600 PS sports a new naming scheme that ties the name of the printer to the printer's features. The name indicates three things: pages-per-minute (ppm), dots-per-inch (dpi), and page description languageShow full article
Tonya and I recently put in a direct connection to the Internet, and I promised to pass on some of the details so others would know just how hard it isShow full article