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Mac OS X Hints Snow Leopard Edition Superguide

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When it comes to uncovering your Mac's hidden powers, there's no better resource than MacOSXHints.com, a collaborative Website that lets Mac users share their favorite tips and tricks. In fact, over the past eight years, the site has collected more than 12,000 hints. For this update of our popular OS X Hints book, the site's creator, Rob Griffiths - in collaboration with the other editors of Macworld - has pulled together the most useful hints for OS X 10.6, Snow Leopard. Whether you're a power user looking to take control of your system or a relative newcomer searching for ways to be more productive, this handpicked collection will help you get the most from your Mac. Inside these pages you'll find tips covering nearly every aspect of Snow Leopard, including customizing the look of Finder windows, searching hidden system files with Spotlight, and making the most of OS X navigation tools like Quick Look, Exposé, and Spaces. Save time with undocumented shortcuts and unlock powerful file-sharing and printing features. Follow our step-by-step advice on squeezing more power from OS X's communication programs, including Mail, iCal, and iChat. Track down anything online and stay organized with Safari tips. Finally, take a trip to Terminal. If you're new to OS X's command-line interface, we'll show you how to get started and how to protect yourself from dangerous actions. If you're a command-line veteran, you'll find tips for taking advantage of hidden commands and strategies for working in Terminal more efficiently. Ready to unlock your Mac's hidden potential? This book is for you!

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Lessons in Grid Computing: The System Is a Mirror
Lessons in Grid Computing: The System Is a Mirror
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Programming the Raspberry Pi, Second Edition: Getting Started with Python
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An updated guide to programming your own Raspberry Pi projects

Learn to create inventive programs and fun games on your powerful Raspberry Pi―with no programming experience required. This practical book has been revised to fully cover the new Raspberry Pi 2, including upgrades to the Raspbian operating system. Discover...
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MCAD/MCSD C# (r) .NET (tm) Certification All-in-One Exam Guide (Exams 70-315, 70-316, 70-320)
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how to change the world and does so admirably....One of this book's strengths is that it
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