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Take Control Ebook Documents Apple’s .Mac Service

Subject: [PR] New Take Control Ebook Documents Apple’s .Mac Service


New Take Control ebook provides the documentation .Mac users need to make
the most of their memberships.

Ithaca, NY USA (December 15, 2005) — Apple Computer’s .Mac service offers
oodles of features, but many users either don’t realize all that’s
available or haven’t figured out how to use all of .Mac’s capabilities as
effectively as possible. Now .Mac users can find friendly guidance in
best-selling author Joe Kissell’s “Take Control of .Mac,” which covers all
of .Mac’s major features. After helping readers get set up and giving an
overview of .Mac, the ebook delves into the major .Mac services: Mail,
iDisk, .Mac Sync, Backup, HomePage, and Groups. Readers will learn the best
ways to read email via the .Mac Web interface or in an email program, how
to share files with others via an iDisk, and the ins and outs of
synchronizing data between multiple Macs. The ebook also provides
real-world advice about techniques for protecting important data with
Backup; creating a full-fledged Web site with photos and movies shared from
within iPhoto and iMovie; and using .Mac Groups to establish private online
areas for sharing messages, photos, calendars, and files with family,
friends, or colleagues.

Take Control publisher Adam Engst said, “.Mac offers an impressive set of
features for $100 per year, and with Joe’s detailed instructions, you can
be sure you’re getting your money’s worth.”

Free excerpts for publication and review copies available upon request;
just ask!

Book Details:
“Take Control of .Mac” by Joe Kissell
PDF format, 182 pages, free 31-page sample available
Publication date: December 15, 2005
Introductory price: $10
ISBN: 1-933671-08-4

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