At last week's Photokina photographic conference in Cologne, Germany, Apple unveiled Aperture 1.5, a significant update to its professional photo-management tool
While most of the attention at Macworld was focused on the new Intel-powered iMac and MacBook Pro laptop, Apple's software releases were fairly extensive
Ultimate Guide to Fonts in Mac OS X Now Available -- Wrangling fonts in Mac OS X can be difficult. What with six different types of fonts - some of which can contains thousands of characters - and more than six possible locations for font storage, it's tough to stay organized and work efficiently, and it's maddening when something goes wrong with your fonts and eats an entire afternoon.
We know all about how hard it can be, both from hair-pulling experience and because we've now spent over nine months writing, testing, and polishing a pair of ebooks about how to take control of fonts in Mac OS X
Macworld Expo is one of the biggest Apple events of the year, and last week’s show didn’t disappoint. Apple introduced the Intel-based iMac and MacBook Pro laptop much earlier than expected, along with iLife ’06…
The Mac OS X approach to fonts is something that can leave users baffled, and no wonder: many different types are supported, they can be stored in a multitude of places, and Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger installs some duplicate fonts as a default..
Last week, I imagined myself in a college student's shoes and offered several recommendations for Mac-related gear to take back to school (see "Mac to School 2005" in TidBITS-793)
At last week's Macworld Expo keynote address, Steve Jobs unveiled a new version of iLife, its suite of media creativity tools, and replaced the venerable AppleWorks with iWork '05, a new productivity suite that includes Pages, a new word processor/page layout application, and Keynote 2, the latest version of Apple's presentation software
Pages 1.0.1 and Keynote 2.0.1 Updates Released -- Apple updated its iWork suite last week, bumping up Pages (the word processor for the rest of us) and Keynote (the presentation program for Steve Jobs's keynote addresses, and, you know, the rest of us who would prefer to not use PowerPoint)
We’re back from Macworld Expo with a huge issue that feels larger than Apple’s diminutive new Mac mini and iPod shuffle, both of which we cover inside. This issue also details iWork ’05 and iLife…
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Macworld Expo in decline? Although the number of vendors at Macworld Expo San Francisco 2005 was up, the increase is offset by the number of iPod-specific (non-Mac) booths