MacBook For Dummies 7th Edition is in the works! Are you ready for the new version of macOS and all the details on the latest Mac laptops? I've begun the 7th Edition of my bestselling guide to our favorite line of road warriors - stay tuned for more information as it becomes available!
I’m On Video! Thanks to Wiley Publishing, I now have two videos featured on YouTube – one covers the Mac and macOS, while the other covers today’s PCs and Windows. To watch them, click on the Watch My YouTube Videos link at the left!
Jam to MLC RADIO ONLINE! Ready for a heady mixture of classic 70’s music? If you’re using a broadband DSL or cable modem connection and you’re using Winamp MP3 player, Windows Media Player or iTunes for Mac/PC, you can listen to my streaming Internet radio station. We’re talking CD-quality, delivered directly to your computer commercial-free! (Well, come to think of it, there are commercials, but they’re all 30 years old.) MLC RADIO ONLINE features hundreds of pop, rock, soul and R&B favorites from 1970 to 1979 – I call it my “70’s Time Machine”, and I know you’ll love it! To listen, visit the station’s status page at http://126.96.36.199:8000/. Enjoy!
Visit The BATBOARD BBS online! Would you like to experience the text-based online world the way it used to be – you know, before that “Web” thing took off? If so, I’m proud to announce that a character-based Telnet connection is now available to my classic character-based BBS! The BATBOARD has been online continuously since 1984, with a selection of great online games, online chatting between members and what could be best described as a “free-for-all” message base. Aliases are allowed, and no modem necessary… all you need is a Telnet client for Windows (OS X users don’t even need a separate client). Click “Visit My Classic BBS” in the menu to your left. Enjoy – and if you’re a fan of fantasy gaming, don’t forget to try out our selection of multiplayer games, including Legend of the Red Dragon!
Last revised: 08/17/17
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