A conversation with David Pogue, author of Windows Vista: The Missing Manual
by Preston Gralla
David Pogue is the weekly personal-technology columnist for the New York Times and an Emmy award-winning tech correspondent for CBS News. With 3 million books in print, he is also one of the world's bestselling how-to consumer-technology authors. In 1999, he launched his own series of comprehensive, witty computer books called the Missing Manuals, published by O'Reilly Media. While Pogue writes many of these books himself, he also has a core of hand-picked authors for the series. Missing Manuals now number 30 titles, including Pogue's upcoming Windows Vista: The Missing Manual. Here's a recent conversation with David, where he explains why he wrote the book, and what's new in Windows Vista.
|Where is THE MISSING MANUAL forPHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS 4 for the MAC.?|
|I do not understand this compuer to well. I am coming from usind AOL. I am a simpleton not understand why My email change to HTML, I do not understand. I NEED HELP!!!|
David Pogue has been exploring the ins and outs of the new Mac OS X, Leopard Edition and has many great insights on the great and not-so-great features of this version of the operating system. Read David's tips for getting the most out of Leopard
|I've brought a window vista home and it sucks!! the problem is that you have to wait for the application to load and sometimes it just doesn't response no matter how hard you press on the alt + ctrl + del keys.|