So, today is going to be kind of a weird day here. I’m not going to spend 24 hours reminding you of the features of Leopard, or post 100 screenshots of the System Preferences menu, instead, I’m going to install Leopard as soon as it arrives, and tell you how that works, both on a new Macbook Pro, and a first gen Mac Mini. I think that’ll be a better use of my time – and more worth while (especially to those of you with other PPC machines that are wondering how this thing is going to fly on their systems).
This post, however, is for something completely different – next week, I’m going to be out of town one day, and I have some other projects I need to devote some time to. So I thought I’d see if any of you were interested in writing guest posts for Apple Gazette. I’ll happily include a link to your site, and you can write about pretty much anything you want as long as it relates to the subject of this blog.
If you’re interested, you can use the contact form, or email me at michael(at)applegazette(dot)com, and let me know what you’d like to write about, and shoot me a link to your blog (and if you don’t have a blog, that’s perfectly fine…you’re still invited.