Macworld's managing editor explains how she uses workgroup print features in Adobe InCopy to produce our monthly magazine.
This app, containing a wealth of information about space exploration, should be on the iPhone or iPod touch of anyone who wants to learn more about the universe. It has its quirks, but those are easily outweighed by the depth of information it puts at your fingertips.
If you're interested in learning more about objects in space -- and the Earth's relation to them -- this is a great app to download. It's also intuitive enough for kids to easily navigate.
Planets is a very cool quick pocket reference for anyone who is curious about the celestial objects they see in the sky.
You get a lot of information in this planetary reference guide, but not much in the way of usability.
NASA App 1.1 lets you track the positions of the International Space Station and Space Shuttle to see if you're in the vicinity for a visible sighting opportunity of either spacecraft, among other features and enhancements in the update.
With this app from the U.S. space agency, you can get info on NASA missions, view images from space, access NASA TV videos, and follow NASA Twitter feeds -- all for free.
All it takes to become a big advocate of Apple’s products is a little exposure to the Mac OS and the iMac. Just ask Sue Voelkel.
Documents riddled with grammar and spelling mistakes can cost you an excellent grade, a business client, or your pride. A dedicated grammar and spelling checker like Ultralingua’s Grammatica 6.1 can help you avoid such errors.