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There's no need to bust open Photoshop for shape-based Web graphics and images. You can easily use iWeb to create interesting and unusual art for your site.
It's the time of year to remind you how to digitize that pile of records taking up valuable attic-space.
Need a simple way to protect your hard work? Use Photoshop CS5 to add a text watermark to your artwork or photography before sending it off to prospective clients.
How to tune your Real Instrument tracks with GarageBand’s built-in tools.
Ever want to make your photos or drawings more elegant-looking by having rounded corners? Here's how to do it in 12 easy steps.
Organizing e-books in iTunes can be a bit baffling, however. Here's a look at how you can keep your e-book library spic and span.
iWeb ’09 lets you create attractive Web sites quickly, but quickly isn’t always fast enough. Adam Berenstain offers tips on how to make iWeb even faster.
While GarageBand is fairly swift, there are always ways to make working with it faster. David Weiss walks us through some quick tips.
While iMovie '09 is fairly speedy all on its own, you can still streamline your video editing process. Jeff Carlson takes us through the steps.
PCWorld's Ian Paul spends some time with the newly introduced video editing features for Google's YouTube online video site.
Feeling musically inclined? David Weiss shows you how to bring an endless variety of sounds into your projects.
Ever wondered how to place images inside letters like those old-fashioned postcards? Chris McVeigh shows you how to create cool typography with Photoshop and Photoshop Elements.
Photoshop ships with lots of great brushes, but sometimes you need a different and specific one. Chris McVeigh shows you how to create Photoshop brushes from scratch.
With the controversy over Apple's criticisms of Flash in recent weeks, Ted Landau decided to go to the Safari section of Apple's Discussions Boards to see what problems Mac users are having running Flash in Safari.
Everybody get on your feet! Jeff Carlson shows you how to create your own music videos with iMovie.