If you've signed up for Apple's $99 .Mac service, you're in good company--over 500,000 users have signed up for this terrific collection of online services and software. But if you don't have a lot of time to learn all of .Mac's features, this slim, task-based volume will show you just what you need to get started. This book leads you along the quickest, easiest route to setting up and using .Mac: how to use iDisk to store, share, and back up files; how to create a Web site with HomePage; how to post iPhoto photos and iMovie videos to your Web site; how to use iSync to keep your calendar and address books synched across your devices and Macs; how to protect your computer from viruses with Virex; how to share iCal calendars with others, and how to use .Mac's Web mail feature. Each task is illustrated with large, colorful screen shots and clear, step-by-step instructions.
About the Author
David Reynolds has been a Mac head since 1985, when he first got his hands
on a Fat Mac. He was editor-in-chief of MacAddict magazine, and has
contributed to the Macintosh Bible, and co-authored AppleWorks: The Missing
Manual, and Office 2001: The Missing Manual. Currently, his .Mac account
plays host to family photos, movies, and a Web cam.