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MacProVideo releases Keynote '09 video tutorials

MacProVideo released a new series of video tutorials for users of Apple's Keynote '09.

MacProVideo releases Lightroom, Pro Tools tutorials

Pro photographers and audio engineers have a couple of new training videos available to them from MacProVideo.

Ask Video releases Pro Tools 8 video training

Ask Video released a new set of training videos designed for users of Pro Tools 8.

Shenandoah University chooses eco-friendly MacBook

Virginia's Shenandoah University chose the MacBook and iPod touch for its new learning program because of Apple's commitment to the environment.

Northwestern offers iTunes U content

Northwestern University plans to start offering free content through iTunes U beginning Feb. 17, 2009.

Mathematica Home Edition released

Mathematica Home Edition is a version of Wolfram's analytic software licensed for personal use.

Illustrator, Pro Tools, MainStage video tutorials out

MacProVideo released several new video tutorials focused on Illustrator, Pro Tools, and Apple's MainStage

MacFamilyTree update improves importer

MacFamilyTree has been updated improving on several aspects of the application including the GEDCOM importer.

MacProVideo releases iWeb and Keynote tutorials

MacProVideo released the newest round of tutorial videos, this time focusing on iWeb and Keynote. releases Flash, Dreamweaver videos a company that specializes in video training tutorials on Adobe Creative Suite 4 applications, released two new tutorials on Wednesday. One video is for Flash users, the other for Dreamweaver.

MacProVideo updates video tutorial viewing app

Video tutorial company, MacProVideo, on Friday released a major update for its Nonlinear Educating Device, adding several new features.

Apple posts WWDC session videos on iTunes U

Apple has posted over 200 videos from this year's Worldwide Developers Conference.

Beyond Parental Controls

Configured correctly, Parental Controls are remarkably effective. But you may want to do more. Your next steps depend on how strict you want to be and how much you trust your children. Beyond talking to them, there are several ways to allow them access to the online world while retaining some control.