“My .Mac membership is about to expire, but deciding to renew it at $100 a year was a no-brainer. After all, having a .Mac membership makes me appear far more talented than I actually am. And .Mac offers other features I don’t want to do without,” Bob Levitus reports for The Houston Chronicle.
Levitus reports, “The feature I find most compelling is the way .Mac is seamlessly integrated with iPhoto. With this killer combination I can quickly and easily create Web-based photo galleries complete with thumbnail images and built-in slide shows with just a few clicks of the mouse. There are more than a dozen beautiful page templates, and customizing them with text couldn’t be easier.”
“So first and foremost, .Mac makes me appear to be a Web page genius, but that’s only part of its appeal. As a .Mac member you get a 250-megabyte personal hard disk on the Internet, or iDisk. It can host Web pages, share files and store backups of important files,” Levitus reports. “I’ve had my .Mac membership for years, and it just keeps getting better.”
Full article, along with links to .Mac-created webpages that Levitus has created, here.
In related news, Apple is asking .Mac members for feedback:
We want to hear from you. What do you love about .Mac and how has it changed the way you use your Mac? Tell us about the fun things you’ve done with the service, or how it saved the day at your home office. Are you doing more with your photos? Movies? Music? Tell us about it — and thanks for sharing.
Online form at Apple.com here.
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