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Thursday, October 25, 2007

Ailing Student Uses iChat To Stay In School

Here's a great article about a young boy who, though suffering from leukemia, is able to participate in class and stay connected with his classmates thanks to iChat.

I absolutely love iChat. It's such a simple yet powerful program. I use it to have video chats with my bestfriend who moved to the US and it really makes us forget that we're thousands of miles apart.

Do you have a nice iChat story?

Thursday, October 18, 2007

Apple Announces SDK For iPhone And iTouch

Mr. Steve Jobs writes a letter (which you can read at the Apple Hot News page) telling us that a Software Development Kit (SDK) for the iPhone and the iTouch will be made available to developers by Feb 2008. Hooray for native third party apps!

Friday, October 12, 2007

iPhone and iPod Touch Web Apps

iPhone and iPod Touch users can now visit www.apple.com/webapps/ to browse through a growing library of hundreds of web apps. Play Poker, Sudoku or Bejeweled; browse through Facebook or check out the latest photos on SmugMug; look for recipes; get the latest ESPN podcast, and so much more! So go visit www.apple.com/webapps/ on your iPhone or iPod Touch and start finding those web apps that you can enjoy!

Thursday, October 11, 2007

The iCouch

That's a couch made from 2 dozen+ old Mac II computers. Hooray for recycling! But that can't possibly be a comfortable thing to sit on.


Thursday, October 04, 2007

Mac OS X Tip: Another Way To Open Files

From the Finder window or from your desktop, drag the file icon onto the dock icon of the application you want to use to open it.

This is a quick way to open files in an application that is NOT its default handler. You can also force a file to open in any application. Simply do the same process mentioned while holding down command + option on your keyboard. However, if the application cannot handle the file you are forcing it to open, you will end up receiving an error message.

Monday, October 01, 2007

Power Mac Center October 2007 Training Calender

The Power Mac Center Flagship Store is located at Level 2, Greenbelt 3 Ayala Center, Makati City.

Tel: 729-7087 / 88
Email: training [at] powermaccenter [dot] com

Disclaimer: PinoyMacLovers is not affiliated with the Power Mac Center. Please contact them directly for any questions regarding these seminars.


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