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Blog On and Blog Louder with iWeb
By Robin Williams, John Tollett
Jan 5, 2007
Robin Williams and John Tollett show just how easy it is to create, edit, and update your blog with iWeb.
Blog On! Blog Louder!
Nov 20, 2006
Broadcasting Video Over the Web
By Matthew David
May 20, 2005
And you thought access to 200 cable channels was more than enough? Now there could be millions more. Per Matthew David, the time has finally come for video to be successfully broadcast over the Internet.
Building a Mac Home Media Center, Part 1: How To Get iTV Capabilities Today, For Less
By Ryan Faas
Nov 10, 2006
Apple's forthcoming iTV promises to place all your digital media on your TV. But what if you don't want to wait months before enjoying your iTune's music and video or iPhoto pictures in your living room? And is iTV really worth the price? Ryan Faas looks at the options that exist right now and tells you why you might actually be able to spend less money and get a more rounded solution today.
Building a Mac Home Media Center, Part 3: Creating the Ultimate Home Media Network
By Ryan Faas
Dec 1, 2006
What if you could build a home network that allowed you access to all of your movies, music, and photos in every room of your house--on TVs and computers--for everyone to share whenever they wanted? If that sounds too cool to be easy or inexpensive, think again. In this final article in his series on building the ultimate Mac media center, Ryan Faas shows you how to create the ultimate home media experience--much more simply and for less money than you think.
Building a TypePad Blog People Want to Read: Managing Blogs from the Dashboard
By Scott McNulty
Aug 19, 2010
The TypePad Dashboard is command central. From this vantage point, you can see your blog stats at a glance, look at what the people you follow on TypePad are up to, and see whether anyone left a comment or trackback on your blog. You can even post right from the Dashboard. Scott McNulty shows you how.
Building a WordPress Blog People Want to Read: The Dashboard
By Scott McNulty
Jan 11, 2011
In this chapter, Scott McNulty takes a look at the anatomy of the Dashboard. Along the way, he points out what you can change.
Building a WordPress Blog People Want to Read: The Dashboard
By Scott McNulty
Feb 2, 2009
Scott McNulty takes a look at the anatomy of the Dashboard in WordPress. Along the way, he points out what you can change.
Calibrating Your Home Theater System
By Michael Miller
Sep 23, 2005
To get the best performance from any new video display, you have to move beyond the factory default settings to fully calibrate the brightness, contrast, and color settings. Michael Miller shows you how to calibrate your entire home theater system for both video and audio performance.
Capturing Video on your Mac
By Dave Taylor
Jul 16, 2004
You have 100 hours of favorite TV programs and movies sitting on the hard disk of your DVR. So how do you get some of them into your Macintosh and thence onto a DVD disk? "It'll cost a few bucks, but it's easy!" says author Dave Taylor.
Caring for Your PSP
By Joel Durham
Dec 29, 2006
Let Joel Durham explain the proper care and feeding of your PSP so it gives you many years of loyal service and satisfaction.
Caring for Your PSP
Nov 20, 2006
Checking Your Toolbox
Nov 3, 2006
Cloning and Healing in Lightroom
By Dave Cross
Nov 30, 2007
NAPP instructor Dave Cross explains how to use Lightroom’s Cloning and Healing tools to fix blemishes across multiple photos.
Community-Building for Non-Glamour Brands
By Nancy Strauss
Jan 25, 2010
How can you create an online community around a pedestrian product? Nancy Strauss looks at the strategies behind successful online product communities, and offers suggestions you can put to work for your brand.
Comparing Floorstanding and Bookshelf Speakers
By Michael Miller
Dec 10, 2004
Should you buy big floorstanding speakers for your home theater system, or more compact bookshelf speakers? Michael Miller walks you through the different types of speakers available, pointing out the pros and cons of each.
Connecting Your TV to the Internet: Peachpit's Guide to Set-Top Boxes
By Ryan Faas
Nov 29, 2010
Apple TV? Google TV? Roku? Ryan Faas examines the top options that should be on your list of possibilities for streaming audio and video to your home TV, pointing out the pros and cons of each system.
Controlling Flash Audio Volume with Sound Objects
By James Gonzalez
Apr 21, 2006
If you work with audio in Flash, you know that attaching audio to a keyframe is an easy way to incorporate sounds into your movies. But what if you need to control sound dynamically at runtime to change its volume, pan from left to right, or determine how long it has been playing? James Gonzalez shows you how to create a Sound object that can be manipulated and controlled in a whole host of ways, giving you a much greater degree of control and flexibility with the audio assets of your Flash projects.
Create a Flash Gallery in a Photoshop Elements 5
By Matt Kloskowski
Jan 12, 2007
You used to need web development skills to even think about creating an online gallery. Now, thanks to the new Flash photo galleries in Photoshop Elements 5, all it takes is a few clicks. Matt Kloskowski shows you the way in a fun and easy video tutorial.
Create a Killer Black and White Photo Using Photoshop Elements 5 Video Tutorial
By Matt Kloskowski
Nov 17, 2006
The process of turning a color photo into a beautiful black and white has been revolutionized with the introduction of Photoshop Elements 5. Matt Kloskowski shows you how to use Elements to create killer black and white photos through two short video tutorials. One video shows you the easy, one-click way to create black and whites, while the other video tutorial shows you how to get a tad more control over the conversion process.

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