As much as I would love to think that this book tells you everything you need to know about using your Mac, I know better. You have a lot more to discover about using your Mac, and new tools and products come out every single day.
The best way to gather more information than you could ever possibly soak up about all things Macintosh is to hop onto the Web. There, you can find news,
shareware (try‐before‐you‐buy software) to download, troubleshooting sites, tons of news and information about your new favorite OS, and lots of places to shop. So make sure that you read Chapter 9 to get set up for the Internet — because this chapter is all about finding cool stuff on the Web to help you use your Mac better (and have lots of fun doing it).
The sites in this chapter are the best, most chock‐full‐o'‐stuff places on the Web for Mac users. By the time you finish checking out these Web sites, you'll know so much about your Mac and Mac OS X Leopard that you'll feel like your brain is in danger of exploding. On the other hand, you might just feel a whole lot smarter. Happy surfing!
Frequent Macworld contributor and consultant Ted Landau put together an excellent troubleshooting site to help users solve common problems and keep current on compatibility issues with new system software and third‐party products.
Alas, Ted has taken a less active role in the site of late, and there is now a surcharge to search ...