iLife Mini-Manualby Derrick Story
Mac Newsletter for 01/23/2004
Dear Mac Reader,
Now that iLife '04 is shipping, we're enjoying the latest versions of iPhoto, iMovie, iDVD, and of course, GarageBand. For the most part, the iApps behave the same, but there are new features worth learning about.
David Pogue, the undisputed king of Mac book writing, sat down and put together an excellent 50-page mini manual titled, "iLife '04." These guides were available (for free) at the O'Reilly booth during the recent Macworld Expo in San Francisco, and I tell you, they were popular.
But what if you weren't able to attend Macworld? Does that mean your iLife will somehow be less satisfying than that of your peers who attended the show?
Of course not!
O'Reilly has produced a PDF version of the iLife '04 mini manual, and you can download it for free this weekend on the Mac DevCenter. I've been carrying the paper version around in my computer backpack since the Expo, but now I don't have to because I have it on my PowerBook's hard drive. And thanks to the speed of Preview, I can search on a term and have the results at my fingertips in seconds.
Later this year, the full Missing Manual versions will be available for purchase. But right now, don't miss this opportunity to grab the free PDF mini manual, and get more out of your iLife in 2004.
Until next time,
Mac DevCenter Editor
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