Digital media are in the spotlight in the November 2001 issue of Macworld — on sale now! — which features an eighteen-page guide to selecting and purchasing the right digital camera for you.
So what better month to begin posting the “Breen’s Bungalow” series of QuickTime movies, previously available only to newsstand purchasers of the Macworld CD-ROM? Each month, Macworld’s own Christopher Breen provides exclusive video clips taking you deep inside the world of the Mac. This month, Chris gives us a video guide to coming up with a strategy for backing up your Mac.
“Breen’s Bungalow” is an 8.7MB download, so it’s for broadband Internet connections only. (A bigger, higher-quality version is available on the Macworld CD-ROM.)
Also inside the November 2001 issue of Macworld: complete directions on how to make your AirPort cross platforms, a Q&A with professional skater Tony Hawk, our review of the new dual processor Power Mac G4, and much more!
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And tune in next month, either on the Web or on newsstands, for a new Breen’s Bungalow video!
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