Find yourself at a genealogy website that only accepts Windows “Internet Explorer? eFritz.net has a simple trick to enable the “debug” menu in Safari, which lets you select the user agent – i.e., you can select “Windows Internet Explorer” and … Continue reading
BookAssembler 2.0.1 – BookAssembler, a control center for your publishing workflow. Based on an intuitive yet powerful digital layout planning module, BookAssembler works as a central control center to seamlessly integrate the complete publishing workflow process from flat planning, real-time … Continue reading
If your looking for large collections of high-resolution antique maps, books, documents and similiar items, check out YourMapsOnline.org.uk. and YourOldBooksAndMaps.co.uk. They have Mac friendly versions of all of their CDs (the materials come in standard Adobe Acrobat (PDF) and graphic … Continue reading
Two good articles/book excerpts on backups under Mac OS X are available at MacWorld: Part One and Part Two Very relevant to genealogists, as more and more data we collect is computer-based.
I spoke with the folks over at Genealogical.com about using Macs to view the genealogy data on the CD-ROMs they publish/sell, and they informed me they are working on a Mac solution (right now the viewers are Windows only). They … Continue reading
Books for MacOS X is an open-source personal library management tool for MacOS X. It could be of use to genealogists that have a large collection of books. Official Site Screenshots/Tour