The independent news resource for the Macintosh community, the Info
Zone maintains links to all the important peertinent Mac sites on the
Net. Be sure to check them out. They also keep a watch on Apple stock and
list the daily closing as well as a cool graph. You will also find links
to excellent and timely news sources including of course "The
online MacinStuff Times" as well as many others.
The Info Zone is a great example of PageMill, the Macintosh only program, showcasing it's ease of use. Thank you Chris Sparno for a great site!
Very Cool site, with lots of Contents, Dr.
Daves Home Page. From a navigatable geodesic
dome home, Vegetarian living, Woodstock Reunion, Very cool animations, art and
much more. Be sure to visit and check out all of Dr. Daves Cool Stuff.
Newer, has a new version
1.2 of Guru
, it has an incredible amount of information on every Mac present and past.
Want to know how much and what type of Ram you can put in your Macintosh
or Performa, it's here. Listings show CPU speed, VRAM options and much more.
You can download
this indispensable utility FREE here.
Apple computer's OpenDoc 1.0 is available on the World Wide Web, the
site is averaging more than 1000 OpenDoc downloads each day. In the first
20 days after introduction alone, more than 40,000 different people accessed
the OpenDoc Web site. As of this release, individuals from more than 45
countries around the world have taken a look at OpenDoc on the Web. Visit
the OpenDoc Web site and try it yourself.
CUPERTINO, California-February 6, 1996-Apple Computer, Inc. has invited
tens of millions of cyber surfers around the world to attend this year's
GRAMMY Awards-online. The company today announced that it will present live,
interactive coverage of the 38th annual GRAMMY Awards on the Internet. This
year's nominees include Michael Jackson, Pearl Jam, Mariah Carey, Alanis
Morissette, Boyz II Men, Chris Isaak, Seal, The Eagles, Joan Osborne, Madonna,
TLC, Bob Dylan, Primus, and Toni Childs. Visit Apple
Grammy site, and check this out.
It is now easier and safer for Mac users making purchases of products
through the Internet. On January 29, 1996 CyberCash Inc. released a free
electronic commerce utility for the Mac.
CyberCash Currently CyberCash Mac Wallet may only be used by merchants running the CyberCash server. CyberCash Inc. is planning support for electronic-cash transactions by second half of 1996.
CyberCash Wallet, provides a walletlike interface, where users can store their Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express card information. All data is protected by a password. When visiting a Web site running the CyberCash server, the user simply hits the "Pay" button, and the CyberCash Mac Wallet automatically launches and takes over the payment process, the company said. Additional information as well as Mac and Power Mac versions are available free download here.
Copland is the new Macintosh operating system due sometime next year
it will be called MacOS system 8. Many of you have been using the shareware
program called Aaron. While Aaron is undoubtedly cool, it is nothing more
than a visual magician. Go to http://rampages.onramp.net/~fezziksa/copland/links.html
for the complete scoop on Copland (System 8), compliments of Running
Audio Player Envoy
Plug-ins for the Mac OS are starting to show up. These are among the coolest out there. They are all available for FREE download. The Quick Time movie plugin is at an early beta stage, as well as the Shockwave. I have used them without to much crashing, To download a plug in click on the icon above. To view pages that use these plugins click on the name under the plug in.
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Look at the Macintosh." Has lots of cool Mac info, and links. Help
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