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WordPress White Screen of Death

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Scary when you go to your website and just see a blank page. The dreaded WordPress White Screen of Death. I mean, to get a decent website you have to do a fair amount of work (you don’t believe those ads that say your website

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Smart Mailbox does not exist

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Since upgrading to Lion I had a smart mailbox in Lion’s Apple Mail app that claimed it didn’t exist. It just sat there in the mail sidebar, and each time I opened mail it added a new “Mailbox “xxx” does not exist” to its name.

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Apple Mail Basics

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A simple guide to setting up and using the Apple Mail application which is bundled with OS X. Most users want to know how to send emails, attach photos, and about viewing files and photos they have been sent.Mac OS X: Mail Basics (length 0:03:04,

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Mac back-up

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Just a quick post to plead with Mac users to back-up their stuff. Windows users seem to know they have to back up their stuff, but Mac users are lulled into a false sense of security by their Macs, especially if they have had years

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Backup and restore your Mac

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Backup and restore your Mac (length 0:02:45, source: http://www.apple.com/findouthow/mac/) Automatic back-up and restore of your Mac and your files with TimeMachine. Time Machine is a back-up technology introduced to the Mac with OS X 10.5 Leopard. Earlier versions did not have this facility. [ Javascript

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Basic wireless networking

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A very basic overview of wireless connections available to your Mac. Included here because it does simply explain some basic terms. However, there is the impression given that you need an Apple Airport Basestation to set up wireless networking in your home or office. This

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Switching from PC to Mac

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Don’t be intimidated by the Mac. If you have used Windows, you will soon be up and running with the Mac.From PC to Mac length: 0:05:40, source: http://www.apple.com/findouthow/mac/    [ Javascript required to view QuickTime movie, please turn it on and refresh this page ]

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