Anyone recall what IDEs were used back then?? Might be getting a OS 9 device (for nostalgia's sake), and wondering what was being used in those days for development.
I've seen browser suggestions for Classila, but that rings no bells. Was I then using IE? Looks like it.
This is going to be...
My Apple/Macintosh museum is bursting at the seams. So, reluctantly, some stuff has to go. I'd rather give it away than have it contribute to landfill.
It's all free if you pick it up - Yonge & Eglinton area in midtown Toronto. My hours are fairly flexible - weekdays & weekends, daytime & early...
But not from Apple, a third party app.
Blu-ray playback comes to OS X, but not from Apple | TUAW - The Unofficial Apple Weblog
Anyone with a blu-ray drive try this yet? I'm very curious as to how well it works but not curious enough to buy a drive to test it with ;)
Just getting a small software business off the ground, and starting to accumulate some expenses.
I have been evaluating some software packages (MoneyWorks, iBank, QuickBooks, etc). I am actually finding MoneyWorks to be fairly nice to work with. But that is not what this question is...
Hello everyone, I'm a guy that has like 15 external drives filled with client's photos, video, files, etc.. from 10 years of freelancing in media production.
It's confusing and often difficult to locate a file when I need to go back to it. I notice my MBP slows down when it has more than 5...
I saw this the other day. If you aren't familiar with Prezi, it's a zooming presentation software package (think PowerPoint only cool and functional).
It's entirely flash based which meant, up until now, I couldn't use it on my iPad.
They just released an iPad version which doesn't allow you...
I'm facing the choice between AccountEdge and MoneyWorks... Any suggestion/recommendation out there?
I've been using an old version of QuickBooks NewUserEdition since I got it free when I purchase my TiBook in 2002 (came installed with the Mac!).
My (cheap) luck is runing out however. QB-NUE...
For as long as I've known, I've always wanted a mac. But my parents have always given me a hard time about it, because they do not know anything about them. Seeing how I am moving and going to College in a couple of months, my parents have allowed me to get a 13-inch MacBook Pro.
As we speak it...
For sale is my copy of Leopard. Used once (I always just make a .DMG copy of a disc then store a disk) so it's in pristine condition with original packaging.
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My niece asked me if I knew any software that she could use in helping her with her passion. Clothing design. I would find it hard to believe that there was no available software to suit her needs, but I have simply wasted too much time trying to find something suitable for her surfing...
My brother is still pondering a switch to Mac and his wife is adamant that they will need some anti-virus software. sigh.
I've explained that there is little danger of a threat now and I pay attention to postings in this vein, so can alert them to any danger in the future.
The one remaining...
I am wondering if anyone is aware of good tax software for Macs?
I know taxes can be done online with Ufile and Inuit, but I'm looking for a good installable software.
Any advice or suggestions would be welcome.
Thanks for reading this everyone, and GOD I hope this doesn't sound to bloody stupid!
Im not new to the whole MAC thing, in fact i've been an addict for over 15 years! What I am new at is backing up my DVD's...I have a stupid amount of DVD movies and want to get rid of them, but in turn...