Monthly Archives: August 2008

Boring Adobe After Effects Sample Series: Using Magic Wand to Get iMac for Kids

Last month, I went to Peru as a volunteer to show Peruvian kids magic. I arrived at a very small village and went straight to the only elementary school there. I was well prepared. I knew several good coin tricks. … Continue reading

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Mac Software Review: ClamXav 1.1.1

15 years ago, Many Mac users had a free virus program called Disinfectant installed inside their system folders. It was one of the first programs that I downloaded with a dial-up modem back in November, 1992. Disinfectant was developed by … Continue reading

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Running PC Games through Boot Camp on Intel Mac Machines – 2008-08-02

About a week ago, we released a short list of PC games that may run on iMac 2.8 GHz Core 2 Duo through Boot Camp. We have extended this list, now covering 21 PC games. The following is a list … Continue reading

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The Movies: Stunts & Effects Game Play Video

Feral Interactive publishes the Mac version of The Movies. The game is originally developed by Lionhead Studios. It’s a simulation game somewhat similar to Electronic Arts‘ hit game series The Sims and The Sims 2. But The Movies is a … Continue reading

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Buying Cheap Mac Clones – Does Apple Tie Software Contracts to Selling Hardware Contracts?

15 years ago, Macs were still sort of luxury goods. Even a low-cost model called LCII cost more than US$3,000 with a 13-inch monitor. iMacs are relatively affordable these days. You can find an iMac 2.8 GHz Core 2 Duo … Continue reading

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