This page is for all those great people who own a Macintosh. Here is lots of resources for you. Tips, tricks, Easter eggs, places to get help, Mac groups, buy a new Mac, and tons more. No Windows allowed
Below you will find the following topics:
The Mac Easter Eggs are Hidden Here
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like me, and had been putting off upgrading to the G3 or G4. There is
nice little helper out there. One reason was the cost of using adaptors
from my poor expencive peripherals. There is now a cheap easy fix. GeeThree
Something Fun: MacLotto a free Lotto game just for us Mac Folks!
My Mac Plus (good info)
April Fools on the Net..Humor on the net
Aquria by Jim (how to convert your old Mac into a fish tank)
Laptop Travel (written for PCs, however offers good overall advice for traveling out of county with your computer.)
O'Reilly Macintosh Center (sells Mac books)
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hate to do
this, but the page was becoming too large. So this section has been
to a page of it's own."Shopping For Your
In a few days the pop down menu and site map will be updated. However
I'm in the middle of moving everythiing round, It will take just one
Or hop on over to Spare Part Warehouse and shop around! According to their website they are an authorized repair center.
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you just bought your first Mac, the odds are that you have an old one
around, and at least an old modem, printer, and software. So rather
letting them collect dust, how about letting a person who only dreams
owning such items have it? I came across The
National Cristina Foundation, who collect and give away computer's
and related items to people with a disability, who can't afford one. On
the other hand if you live in Arkansas, United Cerebral Palsy of
Arkansas is also in need. They have a couple of old LCs and several
they could also use a few.
Looking for help? No Wonder is a handy little site for tech support. First they are FREE and cover most anything including hardware, software, even HTML. Best of all the cover all the main platforms including Mac. So when your free tech support has run out, or you are having to deal with something on someone else's computer (like your site's host computer the "UNIX") they are there for you. Average turn around time is 24 to 48 hours.
While Mac has no problem, we may not be able to say the same for 3rd party software!
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