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TidBITS#366/17-Feb-97

The Mac OS is perhaps the easiest operating system to use, but even beginners sense there’s more under the hood than first appears. A book by David Pogue and Joseph Schorr explores the Mac’s inner machinery. Also, Geoff Duncan reports on Apple’s newly announced Macintoshes, Matt Neuburg reviews Canvas 5.0.1, and Jeff Carlson explores the Internet from his favorite cafe, thanks to the Ricochet Wireless Modem.

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QuickTake 200

QuickTake 200 -- Apple announced the QuickTake 200, which briefly catches Apple up with the digital photography industry. The QuickTake 200 features a 1.8-inch LCD display that serves as a viewfinder and a means of viewing photos, along with NTSC video output and the ability to function as a video conferencing camera

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Apple Introduces New Macs

Today at Macworld Expo Tokyo, Apple announced a new set of Macs, some of which give existing machines a speed bump and minor redesigns, one of which targets the Mac clone market, and one of which will make some PowerBook users green with envy. Power Macs -- At the high end come the Power Macintosh 9600/233 and 9600/200MP, which are enhancements to Apple's 9500 series with faster versions of the 604e

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Macworld Mac Secrets, Fourth Edition

With any new Macintosh book, I evaluate its worth on how quickly I can locate valuable information that I can use immediately. Macworld Mac Secrets, Fourth Edition, by David Pogue and Joseph Schorr, rewarded me with these morsels: I was helping a friend do diagnostic work on her Quadra 605 and PowerBook 140