New ebook provides expert help for Mac users with AirPort wireless networks

Ithaca, NY USA (July 9, 2004)–Macintosh users trying to install or improve
a wireless network can now do so more quickly and inexpensively with the
under-the-hood details and step-by-step instructions in “Take Control of
Your AirPort Network.” Written by wireless networking expert Glenn
Fleishman, the 89-page electronic book provides invaluable advice about
purchasing the best networking gear for both new and old Macs. For those
who already have hardware, Glenn explains how to find the best location for
a base station, how to configure it for sharing an Internet connection most
effectively, and how to protect a wireless network from snoopers. To
address the most common wireless problems, the ebook reveals four
little-known ways to expand network coverage area and how to improve
reception on a Titanium PowerBook G4. Glenn also gives readers an early
look at working with Apple’s new AirPort Express Base Station and AirTunes
music streaming technology.

“Take Control of Your AirPort Network” is Glenn’s second electronic book in
the Take Control series. His first book, “Take Control of Sharing Files in
Panther” has already helped thousands of readers cope with moving files
between networked computers.

“Take Control of Your AirPort Network” is the eighth ebook in the Take
Control series, which has helped tens of thousands of Macintosh users take
control of their computers. As with all Take Control ebooks, any minor
updates necessary to keep “Take Control of Your AirPort Network” current
(including full coverage of the forthcoming AirPort Express and AirTunes)
are free to to all customers.

Book Details
“Take Control of Your AirPort Network” by Glenn Fleishman
PDF format, 89 pages
Publication date: July 9, 2004
Price: $5

About the Take Control Series
The Take Control series publishes ebooks aimed at bringing readers
high-quality, timely, and cost-effective technical documentation. To learn
more about the series, read the TidBITS article that introduced it:

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