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You’ve uploaded your digital photos and movies to your iDisk for the world to see, but are your visitors being turned away? That’s what happened to Adam following the recent MacMania Geek Cruise, prompting a look at Apple’s newly (and quietly) introduced iTools bandwidth restrictions. We also have part 2 of our guide to upgrading to Mac OS X, and note the release of Internet Explorer 5.2 for Mac OS X and Kensington’s MouseWorks for Mac OS X 2.0.

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iTools HomePage Bandwidth Limitations

In last week's issue, I gave several links to photo albums that I'd created with iPhoto on my iTools HomePage site while on our cruise to Alaska. They had worked fine for our friends and families while we were on the cruise, so I was surprised when email complaints started arriving almost immediately, saying that the photos weren't accessible due to excessive bandwidth consumption