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					  Volume 24, Issue 6                 The Border Connection, El Paso, Texas                         June 2008


    G      reetings Everyone! We have quite an interesting mix this month with everything from the
           newest innovations from Apple (regarding the some of the new patents that are circulat-
 ing through the Internet) to what do you do with your old peripherals that are still working but can
 no longer keep up with the current hardware requirements. I’m a real big fan of recycling your
 old (and working) computers and accessories to organizations that can use them such as El Paso
 Community Solutions or to families with kids that could use them to learn on.
     Some of the newer innovations that I’m really excited about is this new patient that Federico
 Villalba sent in about Apple using solar cells for
 some of their portable devices. Now how cool is
 that! You can go to the US Patient website and read
 all the details. From what I read, the solar cells will
 be integrated into the packaging and will help boost
 battery life substantially.
     Another innovation from MacRumors is Apple is coming up with a “Wii-like controller” that
 can tell the difference of other light sources making the remote a bit more reliable. You can read
 more on this at Hrmpf.com.
                                


      Happy Birthday Bondi iMac!                                             Solar Apples
    submitted by Barry Levine via EPMUG Yahoo! Group       Submitted by Federico Villalbla -<federico333@att.net>
This is the tenth anniversary of the introduction of                    via EPMUG Yahoo! Group

          the original "Bondi Blue" iMac.                 Apple just filed a patent to infuse their hand-
    Just for comparison: Original: 15" CRT /              helds and computers with a thin film of solar
233MHz G3 Motorola CPU / 512MB RAM max /                  cells, paving the way for a new generation of
            4GB HD / CD optical drive.                    gadgets with battery life boosted by the sun.
 Newest: 24" LCD / 3.06GHz dual-                             The patent approaches the prospect from
   core Intel / 4GB RAM max /                                   every angle, with schematics to stack
    500GB HD /DVD burner.                                      photovoltaic cells beneath the entire sur-
 See http://en.wikipedia.org/                                     face of their portables - including the
wiki/IMac for a timeline and all                                                   screen!
           the details.                                                Read the rest of the article at:
                                                                              http://www.inhabitat.
 Ten Years...what a long, strange                                           com/2008/05/27/apple-files-
          trip it's been.                                                  solar-patent-ipod-going-solar/


June 2008                                                                                                           1
                                    In This Issue
                                          From the Editor ...................................................................... 1
                                          Table of Contents ................................................................... 2
                                          President’s Report .................................................................. 3
                                          For MUG Members Only ...................................................... 4
                                          News From the Info Manager ............................................... 6
                                          Reinstalling OS X Applications ............................................. 7
                                          Reviews from MUGs Around the World............................... 8
                                          EPMUG Photo SIG ............................................................... 9
                                          Leaving the Past Behind ........................................................ 10
                                          Calendar of Events ................................................................ 11




                EL PASO MACINTOSH USER GROUP OFFICERS
      Ken Borgh, President (kborgh@elp.rr.com) ....................................................................(915) 585-0464
      Ken Westeen, Vice-President (kwesteen@elp.rr.com) ....................................................(915) 857-2724
      Mary J. Carrillo, Treasurer (mjcarr@elp.rr.com) ............................................................(915) 566-2201
      Dee Davis, Secretary (deedavis2114@gmail.com) ........................................................(Not Available)
      Vallarie Enriquez, Library (vpoint@ix.netcom.com) ......................................................(915) 533-9688
      Judy Richards, Editor (TeknoCat@elp.rr.com) ...............................................................(915) 821-4766
      Raymond Mesta, Publicity (iray19@yahoo.com) ...........................................................(Not Available)
      Fred Villalba Sr., Yahoo Group! Moderator (federico333@att.net) ................................(Not Available)
      Arturo Enriquez, Web Design (vpoint@ix.netcom.com) ................................................(915) 533-9688


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                      The President’s Corner
                                 Ken Borgh - President - <kborgh@elp.rr.com>

            What Does a Duck and an iPhone have in Common?
      I never thought I would be asking that question. However that changed
 two weeks ago. The answer to the leading question is “Nothing!” A duck can
 float, an iPhone cannot. A duck breathes air; an iPhone can take someone’s breath
 away but not breathe. A duck is waterproof and the iPhone is not.
      I found out the iPhone is not waterproof. I know that from personal experience. I recently
 have had my right knee replaced and have been going through water therapy to get the knee in full
 working order. After working out in the water for about 10 minutes, my arm went down and hit my iP-
 hone. Yep, it was being held very firmly by my belt clip on my swimming. I said a few words to our maker
 and slowly got out of the water with hope in my heart and mind.
      I proceeded to dry it with my towel and mumbled some words that were for the ears of Apple’s design
 group. I took it home, burned incense, and used my wife’s hairdryer for about 2 hours to try and make sure
 everything was nice and dry. I waited and finally took the chance and turned it on. Dead as a doornail!
      I called Apple and told them my four-week-old iPhone went dead and was not working. The automated
 phone messages at the beginning did ask if it was exposed to water and I answered no. I was not absolutely
 sure any water got inside, so I answered no. After the technician got on the phone and went through many
 different checks, he agreed that it appeared dead. He offered to get me an iPhone replacement to use while
 mine was getting fixed. The next morning my temporary iPhone arrived. I pulled the sim out of my iPhone
 (which was still wet) dried it off, and put it in and then logged into iTunes. It was immediately set up and
 operational in less than ten minutes.
      The next day, Apple called and informed me my Applecare did not cover liquids that were introduced to
 the iPhone. I asked how did they determine that. He explained that at the bottom of the earphone jack, there
 is a sensor for fluids, which is white and if it turns red, fluids have been introduced. He was so nice about it
 and offered to email me the photo to show me. I asked him what the options were from that point. He said
 that Apple would only charge $300 for a replacement iPhone verses the original $600. So my 16GB iPhone is
 now on the expensive side.
      Here is the photo sent to me showing the sensor.
                                                         
    Buy a NEW Mac, iPhone, or iPod. Life is short.
                       Regards,
                       Ken Borgh




                           Digital El Paso                                            New Members:
             submitted by Mara Cohn - < mcohn@elp.rr.com>                            Roseleigh Dutton-
                  Donate your used computers to the El Paso                      (rejoined- Welcome Back)
Community College Orion Refurbished Computer Activity (ORCA) Program                   Irene C. Uhrig
and help Digital El Paso increase computer literacy. EPCC is collecting and
refurbishing used computers for distribution to area residents. In addition to           Renewals:
           first-time computer users, ORCA program benefits the                           Jim Wood
environment and provides valuable work experience for student interns. For               Ken Borgh
more information on what the minimum requirements for donated computers                  Tom Moore
        are or about the program, please contact El Paso Community
                                                                                        Tony Duenez
                   College ORCA program, 915-831-2819.

June 2008                                                                                                           3
                             For MUG Members Only
                                         Apple User Group Bulletin (May 16, 2008)

                                 Softpress Freeway: 25 Percent Discount
    Freeway gives you all the legendary ease-of-use and features that launched the desktop publishing revolu-
    tion. You can quickly and effortlessly lay out your website, embed images and content, then publish your
    work as standards-compliant HTML. Upload to your server, .Mac or to a folder. You supply the creativity,
                                            Freeway handles the code.
                   User Group members can buy Freeway Pro, regularly $249 (US) for $186.75
                       (US), and Freeway Express for $59.25 (US), a 25 percent discount.
                                         Promo code: AmuG50825iSreL1
                             Build your website now. http://www.softpress.com/store
                                          This worldwide offer is ongoing.


                                      iStudio Publisher: Save $50 (US)
    CFour is proud to introduce iStudio Publisher, the easy-to-use page layout program. Powerful and intuitive,
    iStudio Publisher lets you do everything from writing a letter or designing a report to creating a brochure or
    publishing a magazine. iStudio Publisher puts all the tools you need within easy reach to design great look-
                                                  ing documents.
              This special user group special offers is for $50 (US) off the regular price of $99 (US).
                                        Promotional code: MACWORLD
                                 Use this address and the code above for ordering.
                                               http://www.cfour.net
                              This worldwide offer is valid through August 31, 2008.


                        Rhinoskin Aluminum Hardcases: 25 Percent Discount
     Rhinoskin’s anodized aluminum cases are custom fit for MacBook and MacBook Pro. Durable yet light-
    weight, the sleek design slips easily into a backpack or carry-on. The neoprene lining cushions and prevents
     scratching, and each case is ventilated on the bottom with rubberized feet to prevent slipping. Add in the
    removable strap system with accessory pouch and access to power ports while closed, and Rhinoskin cases
                                             are perfect for road warriors.
      This special user group offer provides a 25 percent discount and free shipping within the 48 contiguous
                                                       states:
                            - 13” MSRP $129.95 (US) - User Group price $97.46 (US)
                           - 15” MSRP $139.95 (US) - User Group price $104.96 (US)
                           - 17” MSRP $149.95 (US) - User Group price $112.46 (US)
                                          Enjoy the savings with this link.
                                  http://www.mfgdirect.com/static/?s=AD98E2C
                                        See the full Rhinoskin product line.
                                            http://www.rhinoskin.com
                                This US only offer is valid through August 31, 2008.
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                           For MUG Members Only
                                       Apple User Group Bulletin (May 16, 2008)

                           iData 3: 28 Percent Discount (extended offer)
   A memory upgrade for your brain, iData 3 is a flexible database for storing (and easily retrieving) freeform
  text, field-based text, images, links and more. It is highly user-configurable, but has well-chosen default set-
tings, making it easy for anyone to begin using right away. iData 3 imports email, bookmarks and more: it lets
                       you design and print envelopes and labels, and even dials the phone.
  iData offers members a special user group price of $49.95 (US), well below the $69.95 (US) regular price.
                                          Coupon code: iD3MUG438
                                     Purchase iData3 or download a demo.
                                     http://www.idata3.com/id3mug.html
                            This worldwide offer is valid through August 31, 2008.


                        Omni Technologies Memory: Up to 30 Percent Off
   Omni Technologies is a US-based Apple Registered Developer and certified memory manufacturer. They
  offer OptiVal 100 percent original manufacturer spec certified RAM as well as HyperFormance Multimedia
         Optimized RAM memory, which runs faster and cooler while outperforming standard RAM.
 This special pricing program for Apple user group members affords the lowest in industry volume pricing to
                 the end-user for all Apple-related memory on the Omni Technologies website.
                                       Choose your memory today:
            http://www.omnitechnologies.biz/cgi-bin/store/cp-app.cgi?&mp=AG&pg=cat&ref=A57
                            This worldwide offer is valid through August 31, 2008.


                 The MUG Store: Your Private Haven for Cool Apple Stuff
 With offers like a factory refurbished Mac Pro/2.66 for only $1888 (US), the MUG Store is the place
 where user group members find great deals on everything Mac and iPod. From the latest brand new
 systems to a wide selection of blowouts and closeouts, the MUG store has something special every
                                                 day.

      Remember that everything you buy means points for your group to spend any way it wants!

  User ID: user / password: group

        Shop the MUG Store.
   http://www.applemugstore.com

 This US only offer is valid through
          July 31, 2008.




June 2008                                                                                                            5
                         News From the Info Manager
                               May 26th Issue - <http://www.user-groups.net/info/0805-26.html>


                                          Nisus Writer Pro 1.1 Released
    Nisus Software has announced the release of Nisus Writer Pro 1.1. New features added include Comments,
    Mail Merge, Table of Contents, Indexing, Bookmarks, Widow and Orphan control, Cross References, Line
    Numbering, and Text Wrap around images. See the full story...

                                          Getting deals on Craig’s and others
    This is an interesting piece of software -- an extendible OS X search agent targets deals on Craig’s List, Ebay
    and more. It allows you to search eBay and Craig’s List from your desktop. As time progresses, they promise
    to have additional sites available. (Read More)

                                                Retail Me Not
    Within my family, I have become known as a coupon specialist. I typically save 40% of my grocery shopping
    at Kroger. See the full story...

                                      Migration Kit: Parental control software
    Dennis Sellers for some time now has created Migrations Kits. Most of them have been aimed at particular
    vertical markets. His current one is aimed at those of us who want parental controls for our Macs. parental
    controls for our Macs.

                               Two New Take Control of GarageBand Books
    Adam Engst has announced two new Take Control Books. They are on GarageBand ‘08. Take Control

                                                 Windows on Mac
    MacWorld has a new series of articles about running Windows on a Mac. Continue reading Continue reading

                                                   DrawIt on the Mac
    DrawIt is unique in that it presents the user with a simple and clean interface, yet packs an impressive assort-
    ment of useful, professional grade features. You’ll find it’s an easy-to-use, vector-drawing and image editing
    application for Mac OS X See the full story...

                              Create graphics for the screen
    Take a look at this cool graphics program... traditional graphical features like
    vectors, layers and filters along with exclusive features including variables,
    templates, factories. It’s called “Opacity”

                               It’s a Comic Life
    Put yourself in the comics, and syndicate your own life for
    friends and relatives ... you got Comic when you got your Mac.
    But that one is skimpy compared to the new shareware upgrade
    ... Comic Life Magiq




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                       Reinstalling OS X Applications
                         by Christopher Breen - Mac 911- via The MUG Center’s Newsletter Content List


    I   n what some might term throwing the infant out with the water in which it was steeping, reader J.S. did
        something that he now regrets. He writes:
     Last year I had significant problems with my iCal application. I was so dissatisfied, I deleted the applica-
 tion entirely and installed Sunbird. I’m wondering if it’s possible to download a new, hopefully improved, ver-
 sion of iCal?
     Before we start, I should mention that tossing out applications- - particularly those that are bundled with
 the Mac OS--is not a good idea. If you don’t like a particular application, simply ignore it and, chances are, it
 won’t bother you. Now, to your particular problem.
     iCal is an application bundled with Mac OS X and the only way to obtain a new version is to upgrade
 your version of the Mac OS--move from Tiger to Leopard, for example. However, you can reinstall the ver-
 sion of iCal you once had. Why do so when you were unhappy with it in the past? It’s possible that some-
 thing else running on your Mac was causing iCal to misbehave and a subsequent OS update--a point update
 such as 10.5.2, for example--addressed that issue, allowing iCal to run as Jobs intended.
     Fortunately, you needn’t reinstall the entire operating system to get a single application back. Both the
 Tiger and Leopard Installer discs include an Optional Installs installer. Launch this installer (found in the
 Optional Installs folder on the Leopard disc) and at the root level the Tiger Installer disc.
     Just launch the installer and click the Continue buttons until you reach the Custom Install screen. Click
 the triangle next to Applications, tick the box next to iCal, and click the Install button to install iCal. With
 both the Tiger and Leopard Installer discs the Applications area of the Custom Install screen includes options
 for installing Address Book, iCal, iChat, iTunes, Mail, Oxford Dictionaries, Safari, and X11. Other options
 include Additional Fonts, Language Translations, and Printer Drivers.
     If you’d like to reinstall applications that aren’t offered in the Custom Install screen--application s in the
 Utilities folder, for example-- you can use Charles Srstka’s $20 Pacifist. It works this way:
     Insert your Mac OS X Installer disc. Download Pacifist and launch it. In the window that appears click
 the Open Apple Install Discs button. A window will appear offering you the single choice to look at the
 OSInstall package. Click OK.
     Pacifist will churn away for a bit and then you’ll see a window titled OSInstall.mpkg. In this window
 you can dig down through the hierarchy of folders to find what you seek or you can enter the name of what
 you’re after in the Find field and press Return. A drawer appears that lists the names of matching files.
     To install an item click the Install button in the upper-left corner of the window. You’ll be prompted for
 your administrator’ s password. Enter it, click OK, and the item will be installed into its proper location on
 your Mac’s hard drive. 

                                              Finding Big Folders
                Posted by Rick Black - <rickblack@sbcglobal.net> via the EPMUG Yahoo Group!
     Question: I'm using OS X 10.4.11 on my PowerBook G4 and recently I wondered, "where is all my disk
 space going?"
     It's easy to click on LIBRARY or APPLICATIONS or PICTURES and then press Command-I to find out
 how much disk space is used for each of those, but to really dig down to all the sub-folders will take alot of
 time.
     Does anyone know of a free-
                                         Answer: Posted by Neill Massello - <nmassello@yahoo.com>
 ware program that will show you,
                                                               Disk Inventory X
 graphically, all your folders and the
                                                         <http://www.derlien.com/>
 number of files and storage each is
 using?                                                      GrandPerspective
                                                 <http://grandperspectiv.sourceforge.net/>

June 2008                                                                                                             7
             Reviews From MUGS Around the World
                                           courtesy of the User Group Advisory Board

                 Lesa’s Graphic Secrets for MUGs: How to Resize Images from Digital Cameras
                   This is the first in a series of tutorials on dealing with and editing digital images. This month
                   Lesa explains how resolution works and when you need to worry about it. Using the afford-
                   able, yet powerful, Adobe Photoshop Elements 6, she’ll show you how to resize an image
                   fresh from your digital camera for both print and email. Hope you enjoy the tutorial!

                   Read the full article from Lesa. Lesa provides full permission to reprint the article, so long as
     they credit the source.
                                  Managing Finances on your Mac for Beginners
                         A podcast from the April 2008 meeting of the Lawrence Apple Users Group. This
                         month’s meeting revolved around using software to manage finances on your Macin-
                         tosh.
                         This presentation from Dave Greenbuam is on how to utilize your Mac to keep track
                         of your personal finances. The slides from the meeting are available in either PDF or
     Keynote formats.
                                    Sims2 Bon Voyage Expansion Pack (Mac)
    Send your Sims packing for a vacation with the sixth expansion pack Bon Voyage. It’s time to get away
                   from it all and go to three exotic locations. Choose from a tropical island, a mountaintop,
                   or the Far East. Transform them into sophisticated international travelers as they learn new
                   customs including local greetings, dances, local cuisines and more while making this the
                   trip of a lifetime.
                    The graphics are stunning on my Apple 23-inch Cinema HD and using a Mac Pro. I took
    my Sims to a luxury hotel in Twikki Island’s South End Beach to meet new friends and to learn new cus-
    toms. They swim, shop, enjoy room service and a spa, and gather around a bonfire at night to exchange
    experiences and stories about the day’s events.
    Read the review from the Main Line Macintosh Users Group.


                                                         iWork 08
The new iWork 08 is a good deal for $79 if you need an affordable office suite. While the features in the pack-
               age are not as rich as in Microsoft Office, it covers much more than just basic tasks. iWork
               applications can read Microsoft files and can save files in older formats. Installation is easy.
               The addition of Numbers added a spreadsheet to the suite, making it a fully rounded out
               suite. The suite offers attractive and intuitive interfaces, new features for image editing, page
               layout and printing and the applications integrate will with each other, with iWeb, and with
               iLife.
Read the review from the Main Line Macintosh Users Group.




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                                   EPMUG Photo SIG
                                submitted by Arturo Enriquez - < vpoint@ix.netcom.com>


     H     ere are some interesting Self Portraits for the May assignment by the group. Andrew and Arturo
           showed us their musical sides. Dee revealed her talent for ceramics while Rick’s reflection shows
 off his restoration of Model T cars. In another use of a mirrored surface, Mara cleverly reveals herself in a
 doll house mirror. Federico gives us a glimpse into his taste for Lucha Libre and Mexican folk art. Vallarie
 and Tom display their talents as illustrators. ~ Arturo




                                                                       Federico

      Andrew




                                                                                         Rick
                                                   Val




         Tom




                                                                                         Arturo
        Mara
                                                           Dee
June 2008                                                                                                        9
                                Leaving the Past Behind
                          by Christopher Breen - Mac 911- via The MUG Center’s Newsletter Content List

     Reader J.T. is having a hard time letting go of the past. He writes:
         I have a Microtek ScanMaker X6EL flatbed scanner ,which I want to connect and use with my
     iMac PowerPC G4, 800 MHz computer. Since this scanner is no longer supported by Microtek,
     their Tech Support advised that I should try the software program VueScan.
         He then goes on to list a pile of adapters he’d use to allow the scanner’s SCSI interface to con-
     nect to the iMac’s FireWire port. He concludes:
         The estimated total cost of this hardware/software bundle is $200+. Is there a simpler, less
     costly, way to connect and operate the Microtek ScanMaker X6 EL scanner with the iMac computer
     under Mac OS X, v. 10.4.11? Will the listed hardware/software above work? Any other suggestions,
     other than purchase a “new, modern” scanner and start over?
         J.T., the danger of asking for help from others is that they’ll occasionally offer advice that you
     don’t want to hear. Example: When you ask, “My girlfriend has threatened to poison my chowder
     the next time I sneeze and I believe she’s quite serious about it. Other than dumping her, what can
     I do?” a person who truly cares about your welfare will suggest that you back up a step and recon-
     sider your commitment to this modern-day Borgia.
         This is one of those cases. Although you don’t want to hear it, it’s time to let go of that old scan-
     ner and get a new one. Here’s why:
         Those connectivity and driver issues are a biggish deal. Once upon a time I tested some
     FireWire to SCSI adapters and I have to say I found them problematic. (But things may have im-
     proved since then--commenters, feel free to offer your experiences) . And while VueScan is an im-
     pressive piece of engineering, wouldn’t it be nicer if your scanner just worked with your Mac--and
     continued to work with the next major Mac OS update?
         Also, your scanner offers 1200 dpi resolution. You can get that same resolution from a scanner
     today for $50. For that $200 you’d spend cobbling together a solution for your current scanner you
     can have a new scanner that offers 4800 x 9600 resolution. It’s likely that this new scanner will also
                                          handle slides (though not to the extent of a dedicated slide scan-
                                           ner) and include a modern copy of Photoshop Elements.
                                                To sum up: Honestly, unless your old scanner is the reincar-
                                             nation of a beloved ancestor, I see no reason to hang onto it.
                                                  I understand the pain of discarding a perfectly good scan-
                                                ner. It’s not broken, it’s simply outdated for your current
                                                 setup. You can help alleviate some of that pain by donating
                                                  the scanner to a group that can still use it--a school, Ma-
                                                    cintosh users group, church, or senior center. Someone
                                                     will surely find a use for it. This way you get a scanner
                                                       that works, someone else gets a scanner that works,
                                                        and you’ve kept another hunk of plastic, metal, and
                                                          glass out of the local landfill.
                                                                                                   




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                                                             June: iWork presented by Dee, Ken B. and Mary

      Workshop                                               July: “Dear Mac-ie” : Questions and Answers Regarding PC and
                                                                    Mac Interface.


       Demos
                                                             August: Font Agent Pro by Arturo and Vallarie Enriquez
                                                             September: Bento by Everett Hall
                                                             October: iMovie/iDVD by Ken Borgh




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