Description - Mac Toys by John Rizzo
Remember when they said your Mac was just a toy? It's payback time Your PC pals who made fun of your Mac back in the old days will sing a different tune when they see what you're playing with now. Create a Harry Potter style picture frame that puts on a continuous slide show; teach your house to turn on the lights, adjust the thermostat, and water the lawn by itself; edit and record live TV while you watch; and more. Or invite those who derided your choice of computers to blast some bad guys on your classic video game Mac if they're big enough to play with your toys. The Toys Each project includes detailed, illustrated instructions Light and appliance control Internet radio station Mac TV watch, edit, record The beefed-up iPod(t) Digital picture frame Wireless Mac networking The music-making Mac Classic video game machine CDs from LPs DVDs from video and film Video-making with "wow" Mac, the wireless jukebox
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(233mm x 188mm x 25mm)
Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
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Author Biography - John Rizzo
John Rizzo began his love affair with the Mac in 1984. A former staff editor for MacUser magazine, John now covers the Mac front for CNET.com. His Web site, MacWindows.com, is devoted to helping Mac users survive in a Windows world. Scott Knaster is the author of How to Write Macintosh Software and Macintosh Programming Secrets, long required reading for Mac programmers. Scott owns every issue of Mad Magazine, which offers some insight into his personal philosophy.