November/December 2008

Email Bag

The Readers Write


SIGGRAPH 2008, Fred Thorlin

Window to the Web Good Things Come in Small Packages, Beverly Rosenbaum Demystified - Part 3, Robert Spotswood


Remember the Milk, Charles Olsen

Mobile Computing, Chuck Horowitz

Using Vista and Office Double Oh 7, Mel Babb

Copyright or Copywrong? Michael Gemignani


Lexmark X6575 Pro: Wireless Multifunction Printer, Margaret Hatcher

Movies on-the-go, Charles W. Evans

My DVD VIDEO LAB 10, Robert Du Vernay

XPress 4: Video Edit/Convert, George Farmington

AVS Video Converter, Kathryn Killmore

Microsoft’s Movie Maker 2.1, Rodger Marion

Magix Movie Edit Pro 14 Plus, Monica van Boren

CyberLink Power Director 7 Ultra, Margaret Hatcher

Movavi VideoSuite 5: Editor and Converter, Samuel J. Pipsky

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