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1. Apple iWork '05 (Mac)
$69.99 $61.83
3. OmniGraffle 3.0
$29.99 $7.94 list()
4. macXware Mac Pac (Mac)
$49.99 $26.25
5. Linspire Oooff! (Windows/Mac)
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7. MacBurn (Mac)
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8. Resumes Quick & Easy 6.0
9. KiBizSystem-Basic
$59.99 list($69.95)
10. Omnigraffle 2.0
11. CMS BounceBack Pro ( Macintosh

1. Apple iWork '05 (Mac)
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Asin: B0007GCXZ2
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 26
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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iWork '05 ... Read more


  • Integrated iLife media browser and photo masking
  • Create, present, and publish work quickly and easily
  • Cinema-quality slide presentations; streamlined, yet powerful word processing
  • 40+ professionally designed templates with multiple page designs
  • Freeform graphics canvas; easy-to-use text styles, charts, and tables

Reviews (16)

4-0 out of 5 stars Don't Underestimate This Program.
A number of reviewers have commented upon how easy this program is and, I suppose, in one sense it is, especially if you stick to using the templates.However, as one who has had occasion to work with "Adobe Pagemaker," this program can do sophisticated page layout and, as such, there will be a learning curve for the inexperienced.

But, the User Manual is good and there are good books coming out, like one from Visual Start in July, that will help people learn.

It is wrong to think of this program as a word processor "in competition with" Word."MS Word" is a robust word processor; "Pages," as its name implies, is a page layout program.Having also worked with "MS Publisher," the real point of comparison and not "MS Word," "Pages" far exceeds "Publisher" in capabilities and yet for relatively simple layouts is as easy as "Publisher" to use.

I have not as yet put any real strain on the program, but at first blush, on my Powerbook G4 1.5, speed of operations is just fine.Yes, as a few reviewers have pointed out, some of the palettes could be more elegantly combined.One tends to get a clutter of open palettes.But, these are refinements that will be made in future editions, I am sure.

Bottom line: If you want to layout pages with a lot of the sophistication possible in the more expensive "Quark" and "PageMaker" programs; if you want to be able to export your documents to universal portable PDF file format and print out beautiful documents; if you want to pay, basically, only about $40 for these benefits ["Keynotes," the other half of iwork represents another $40], then buy "Pages."

And, if you are a novice with respect to not only page layout programs but also to very robust word programs like "Word," don't expect that everything will be simple.You will have to learn, but you will be rewarded relatively quickly.

5-0 out of 5 stars I almost didn't buy it....
I thought, "I have MS Office for the Mac, why do I need iWork?" Was I wrong!

Okay fine I suppose I don't really NEED it. But it is a great program, and worth the price. The ability to export my work as a .pdf file is worth the price by itself. The Pages interface is much better, cleaner than Word. And the templates are suprisingly useful. I created a web page by costomizing a template and exporting it as HTML. I twas easy and quick and the result looked great. Most of the people I work with are PC users and because they were unfamiliar with pages the web Page looked fresh, not like a modified copy of someone elses work.

I use my Mac for research mostly and the ability to save documents as .pdf files is very valuable as they are searchable. With Tigers ability to search the text within a .pdf I can now save my work as a .pdf and later find everytime a particular work appears in the fines I've created. This has made cross-refrecing very easy and fast. I now use a program called Pyramid to create a "mind map" of my work and create links from the "map" to refrences in the .pdfs.

I don't use Keynote as much. I t more visially appealing than Powerpoint and pretty easy to use. The ability to use Quicktime movies in the presentation is helpful and the ability to export as a Powerpoint file is nice.

2-0 out of 5 stars Great program if Microsoft can develop an imitation
Keynote and Pages, the two applications included in iWork, were flawless under the Panther operating system. The Keynote app has always suffered from its inability to share with PC users. Oh yeah, I know I can convert a Keynote file to Powerpoint, .swf, QuickTime, or PDF, but the problem is that, especially when converting to PowerPoint, Keynote loses all its buttery-rich goodness. It's a PowerPoint problem, I realize, but without a Keynote viewer, there's no way around it. Thus, Mac folks must rely on Microsoft for slide presentations if they don't want to lug around their Mac laptop.

Also, installing Tiger will mess up the purchased Keynote templates you have saved. Even reinstalling them won't help.

My humble advice is to wait a couple of years until Apple fixes the bugs in Tiger, then MAYBE think about using a Mac. Until then, I'm switching back from a Mac to a PC.

5-0 out of 5 stars Big time winner!
iWork comes with two programs, Pages (a word processor) and Keynote (Apple's version of PowerPoint).Both of these programs are very simple to use and very effective.Without a doubt, there are better programs available, but their cost several hundred dollars more and for the average user don't provided more bank for the buck.

When I first turned on Pages I thought "How cheesey!"But as I got to using it I found my first impression was totally wrong.It's simple appearance is very deceptive.This is a word processing program that can do everything that is needed for ordinary personal documents and beyond.You have to be willing to explore the program to discover its gems, but once you learn were things are you will find it a very fast and easy to use.The real value of the program is its desk top publishing.The 40 some templates let you create profession grade newsletters, journals, resumes, invitations, marketing brochures, and many other kinds of documents.This is worth the price of the software alone.It seamlessly works with your iPhoto, iTunes and iMovies.This is one powerful piece of software.With it you can produce commercial grade color brochures or newsletters at an entry level price.

Keynote makes wonderful multimedia presentations, and like Pages is seamlessly integrated with iPhoto, iTunes and iMovies.If you are using graphics or want to import photos into your presentation, Keynote is significantly easier, quicker, and simpler to use that PowerPoint.You can't miss with this program.You can even save you presentation as a PowerPoint, Quicktime, or PDF file or post it on the internet for all to see with the easy of a single click.

I have used both Microsoft Word and PowerPoint and keep them on my hard drive but rarely use them.As my skill with Pages and Keynote has grown I have found them to be more than sufficient in producing quality documents from personal letters, teaching handouts, to professional grade overhead presentations.
For the cost, iWorks cannot be beat!And you will not be disappointed.

iWork `05 System Requirements
- Macintosh computer with a 500 mhz or faster Power PC G3, G4 or G5 (G4 for PowerBook); G4 or G5 recommended
- 128 MB of physical RAM (512MB recommended)
- 8 MB of video memory (32MB recommended)
- Mac OS X v10.3.6 or later
- QuickTime 6.5 or later

2-0 out of 5 stars Pages is a disappointment
I had high hopes for Pages, Apple's new Word Processing Application, but these hopes were shattered once I tried to design a newsletter with it.

I find the interface unintuitive, unlike most Apple software, and the templates are not easily customizable. What's more, the application continues to mysteriously "erase" work that I have done, even after I have saved it.

Apple, I know you can do better than this... ... Read more


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Asin: B0006HO0MQ
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Channel Sources
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3. OmniGraffle 3.0
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B00009YUGN
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Omni Group
Sales Rank: 1674
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the easiest and most useful programs I've ever used
As a former software quality assurance tester for a major software company I have to say that this is arguably the easiest and most useful program I have ever used.

Through the years I've had to dabble with Photoshop, Quark, PageMaker and FileMaker. The companies that make these titles like us to think that their programs are easy to use. Well, they need to send some folks over to Omni Group to learn how it's really done.

I've never been able to just sit down and intutiively know how to operate software such as this. OmniGraffle has been the exception. Within minutes I had created a flow chart of ideas that was close to perfect. I didn't even need to look at the directions. Speaking of which, the small manual for this program looks like a booklet made by Dorling-Kindersley. You can't get any more user friendly than that.

If you work with ideas and concepts - creative writing, marketing, politics, business, nonprofits. speech writing, education, etc. - you will find this software useful. It will allow you to easily and succinctly present these ideas to others or just for your own personal use.

Omni Group has a demo version of this software which allows users to have up to 20 graphic items in their document. This might sound like a lot, but it isn't. If you're serious about using the software you'll definitely want to purchase it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Reason alone to buy a Mac? Maybe.
This remarkable program astonishes people. It may be the finest software I have ever used--and I've used more than my share. OmniGraffle is designed to create visual representations of data, from time lines, to flow charts, to electronic diagrams, to office lay-outs, and much, much more. But this sterile list hardly does justice to the amazing flexibility and ease of use of this program. Everything from object fill, to line width, to line features, to labelling, to color, to fonts, to page lay-out are so feature rich, so user friendly as to put any competitors to rest. There certainly is nothing even close to this software in the Windows world. (If you are using something like Visio for these tasks, you are in the stone-age.) I wish I could include a sample document to illustrate what this program can do. But, since I can't, go to OmniGroup's web site ( to check out their examples.

I'd give this a 10 if I could. ... Read more

4. macXware Mac Pac (Mac)

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Asin: B000227RMK
Catlog: Software
Publisher: macXware
Sales Rank: 5876
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars A Collection of Useful Applications for OS X
This package caught my eye, much in the way the original iMacs, with their distinctive coloring captured my attention.

And in this manner, once I got into the application package itself, I was as pleased as I was with how the iMac was as much a integration of form and function.

The MacPac is described as "A Collection of Useful Applications for OS X". I'd agree. There are five programs contained within: FontManager; AppSwitch; RadicalSqueeze; MacCabinet; and, RadicalPhoto.

Initially, I pulled out the small user's manual and the CD-rom from the MacPac box. While I don't always read the manual before popping the CD-rom into my PowerBook, I stopped and perused the manual. In this case, I was very pleased by how "short and sweet" the user's manual is. Each application is listed one only one side of one page, per. Good enough, in my opinion. Each application's help and on-line help links are more than enough. I like the software developer's instinct that more would not have made the user's manual better.

My only real concern about this whole suite of programs -- at install, I would have liked to install all the programs at once! Unfortunately, each needs to be installed separately. This isn't a big deal, but a single install option would have improved my ability to get at "all" of the programs. So, I installed each application in the MacPac, and began to play.

FontManager is a nice way to review fonts, install them temporarily and/or permanently, and remove fonts as desired. While I don't generally do a lot with fonts (I have about five favorites), I appreciated the ability to look over the font TrueType formats. In general, I see this application as one I'd use only once in a great while, but when I do, its just the tool for the job.

AppSwitch is a handy way to have all open applications available in a drop down menu, from the toolbar. To a certain extent, this feature is redundant to the dock, and to the ability to "Apple-Tab" switch between open applications. But, I do find that this program might be useful if you find yourself switching between OS 9 and OS X. In this case, the AppSwitch is just familiar enough, and a fair trick. In this case, you might want to have AppSwitch open and running with log-on.

RadicalSqueeze is a quick and convenient way to compress stuff. Its options are to compress into either .zip or .tar format. Having played a little with unix in a previous life on a Sun workstation, I prefer the .tar format, but both seem to work satifactorily. This application is useful when sending files over email, or uploading files to an online directory. If you are using this program with any dial-up log-in, you will enjoy the time savings.

MacCabinet is one of those organization tools. I broke myself of keeping files on my desktop a good while ago. But, MacCabinet allows you to "pull" open a storage window (definable in the right or left side of your screen) and put/grab files from this location. Fairly simple to use, and another of those programs that, if you like it, you'd set it up to begin when you log-in. One quirk I noticed: when I started it initially, a message (which I probably misread) instructed me to go to the left side of the screen to "pull open" my cabinet window. But I found my cabinet opening on the right side of the screen. Not a real issue, because of the extremely simple way to customize the cabinet.

Finally, RadicalPhoto is one nice simple photo enhancement program. I have been using iPhoto predominately for most of my images, but sometimes, I'd like to use something a bit "more." While I have used Adobe's PhotoShop Elements, I prefer Radical Photo for both is simplicity and its price. Plus, I like the option of saving in a wide variety of formats. Finally, I had a lot of fun playing with the various effects available.

Overall, the MacPac is very nice. And I recommend it to you. As a plus, at such a low price, this collection of five programs is well worth the list price. ... Read more

5. Linspire Oooff! (Windows/Mac)
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00076YWJM
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Linspire, Inc.
Sales Rank: 7697
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars Good but save your money
Okay maybe if your connection is slow or you don't have access to broadband you can buy this CD,but if not why bother? is freely available online as is Firefox.
I use and love both so don't get me wrong here,but the price is a little too much but then again it goes to the developers.
Ooo is a great alternative to Microsoft Office and even Star Office.It does everything the same for free! I often do my homework and essays with Ooo Writer. And Firefox is what I am using to write this very review!It's one of the best Mozilla-based browsers besides the Mozilla Suite/Netscape 7 itself.

5-0 out of 5 stars Open Office and FireFox, wonderful software, excellent value
Open Office reads and writes in MS Office 97/2000/XP formats for Word, Excel and PowerPoint and can export documents to PDF format.
One of the best advantages is inexpensive upgradability.I purchased Office 95 ($400+ dollars) in 1996.When Office 97 came out, my Office 95 software would not open office 97 formatted documents.I toughed it out till I purchased Office 2000 ($500+ dollars) now Office XP and 2003 have came out (do we see a pattern here)?I suspect that it will be much less expensive to buy a $30 upgrade to Open Office to read and writedocuments created by upcoming versions of Micro$oft Office.
FireFox: "ad ware" resistant, pop up blocker and tabbed browsing... love it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great products, great price, great source!
Open Office and Firefox are two of the very best of their kind.Both give users the ability to work with the same files, websites and so on that they're used to, without the worries of bad macros, spyware, and other problems associated with the proprietary products these replace.Better yet, they're both faster, more powerful, and more up-to-date than those old dinosaurs.Perhaps best of all, these programs look and operate the same on Windows, Mac, Linux and other platforms, making it much easier if you or your family needs the flexibility.

The fact you can buy this set for a tiny fraction of the cost of just the Office suite it replaces is almost secondary to all the other features -- Open Office would be tough competition for Microsoft even if it cost the same as MS Office.

Linspire, the publisher of this collection, is highly respected for making open-source software widely accessible; if you like Open Office and Firefox, their Linspire Linux is among the best.

5-0 out of 5 stars Open Source Packaged and Marketed as It Deserves and Firefox are both fantastic products lacking one simple ingredient. Despite their technical merits, the marketing efforts for these products have not been impressive... until now.

With Oooff, that has all changed. The products are finally sold next to other respected name brands on store shelves and through online retailers, like Oooff is expanding the distribution channel of these open source products. Oooff will expose computer users that pay large sums for Microsoft Office and use the vulnerable, dull and underpowered Internet Explorer to the powerful alternatives they didn't know existed. Without a doubt, making open source software accessible is the first step in restoring a healthy and competitive software industry.

Oooff is a great idea and contains excellent products. This is a good buy and will give you the comfort of knowing that by purchasing this product, and Firefox will have an even brighter future. Kudos to everyone at Linspire, and the developers for and Mozilla Firefox! :)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for Windows and Linux
If you use Windows this is the way to go.Free web browser that more than 10 Million people worldwide have switched over to.None of the security problems that Internet Explorer has.Popups blocked out of the box without not extra software.The office side saves you over 200 dollars paying for Microsoft Office.And it is completely compatible with Office formatted documents and more.If you have a college student on a budget that needs a office suite then this is for them. ... Read more


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Asin: B000205L9S
Catlog: Software
Publisher: PANTONEINC.
Sales Rank: 7850
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7. MacBurn (Mac)

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Asin: B000227RMA
Catlog: Software
Publisher: macXware
Sales Rank: 5920
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Of course it's not Toast, but...
it does everything it says it will do. The box I bought never mentioned it would burn or copy movie DVDs (I believe that is still illegal thanks to Hollywood), and clearly states that it would "Burn data DVDs, multi-session data VDs, audio CDs, erase CD-RW & create disc images."

I am happy with this software, and am happier to see a more affordable alternative to Toast...Toast may be a great program, but I never used more than half of its features. Just my opinion...

1-0 out of 5 stars *Claims* to burn DVDs
...says it burns DVDs on the outside of the box. But after you open the box and install the software you find it's only data DVDs.

If you want to burn video DVDs (e.g. for a DVD player), you need UDF. This program doesn't support it, and acts like there's no such thing by not documenting it.

Everything this thing does is already part of OS X (e.g. burn data DVDs, audio CDs, erase CD-RWs & create disc images). If you teach yourself how to use the features of OS X to do the same tasks, then you've saved $30.

Dragon Burn may be worth a try. It's only $15 more, and it isn't a $100 feature-overkilled piece of software like Toast. Plus they have a trial version.

This MacBurn software adds no value, I think. If you still like MacBurn, good for you.


1-0 out of 5 stars Not Toast... not even a cracker...
This product isn't nearly as good as Toast, and barely better than the burning provided by the OS for free.

If you want to do more than what the OS provides, spend the extra $50 for Toast.

3-0 out of 5 stars MacBurn review
Name: MacBurn
Price: $29.99
phone: 402-554-1400
pros: It is easy to load, the price is right and it actually comes with a very basic instruction book. I had no trouble copying files and music for the Mac.
cons: For non-geeks some of the abbreviations are totally meaningless. I was not able to get a burn on the Mac/PC hybrid that a PC could read.
moose rating: 3
reviewers name: Anita Williams

MacBurn is a cost effective program for burning audio CDs, and data CDs and DVDs. It is easy to load, works great in OS X (10.2.6 but best in 10.3) and straight is forward to use with either selection or drag and drop features. System requirements include a CD or DVD burner compatible with OS X, 700 MB of free HD space for burning about 80 minutes of Audio to CD, and Disk Image (ISO and DMG) creation only for OS X 10.3 and greater.

The program does all that it is advertised to do which is burn data to DVDs, do multi-session data on a CD, burn audio CDs, erase a CD-RW and create disk images. Well, actually I have to take their word for the disk image part since I didn't actually do this part. Loading the program is very straight forward as is the instruction booklet. However when I had
questions as to what an ISO or DMG was I couldn't find an answer. Being a non-geek I'm not familiar with these terms. Naturally I went to the HELP menu to see if I could find a bit more information. It wasn't too much help. There was just a slight bit more information in the HELP menu than what was in the included instruction booklet and it did not define ISO or DMG.

The program operated just fine for copying data on the Mac format and I actually could do multiple sessions on one CD. That is a useful feature. One thing to note here is that the multiple session feature only works on the Mac format. It is not an option for PC or Mac/PC hybrid. Multiple sessions are not recommended for audio CDs either. It can be done but the instructions indicate that some strange things may happen and it is not recommended. I just took their word for that too. It is possible to mix an audio session with a data session on a CD which is another handy feature. For those using rewritable CDs and DVDs the program can erase data so the disk can be reused.

The program will locate the drive that can write the CD/DVD or if there are multiple drives you can make your choice in the box below the menu panel. Then choose either data or audio session. Below that is the format selection box and the title box. There are several choices here. I must say that I was not able to use the Mac/PC hybrid option and produce a CD that could be read on a PC. I could do it with the PC option, just not the hybrid option. The next box contains the files to be copied. They can be dragged and dropped into this area or selected with the "Add File" or "Add Folder" buttons. A nice feature is the bar on the bottom of the pane which tallies how much space will be used on the disk.

When the burn button is activated this box drops down for further instructions. The "Allow Additional Burns" box must be checked in order to do multiple sessions on one CD or DVD. However this feature will only work on a Mac format. Hit "Burn" and the program does it job. Again, it is a good, affordable program that is easy to use. ... Read more

8. Resumes Quick & Easy 6.0
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B000070MR6
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Individual Software
Sales Rank: 5797
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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  • Step-by-step wizards
  • Professional sample resumes
  • Preferred resume styles
  • 150,000 resume phrases
  • Advice from career experts

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2-0 out of 5 stars Not so Quick & Easy
This product does OK when you are designing & developing your resume but the conversion process to a MS Word or PDF file is very poor (Something you have to do if you want your resume read by potential employers). Specific problems I had were noticable changes in format, lost bullets, lost lines, and overlapping words. I was able to correct most of the changes in WS Word but not in PDF. However, I found the whole process an inconvenience... thus returned the product within 24 hrs. ... Read more

9. KiBizSystem-Basic
list price: $500.00
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Asin: B0006UD3N0
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Ki Systems, Inc.
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KiBizSystem- Basic is a completely integrated multi-user business management system that contains 8 essential business modules, that fosters greater productivity and efficiency. KiBizSystem, a 9 year old world recognized program, will pay for itself in a short time by saving a company countless staff hours because staff will enter business data only once, and use it in multiple ways. It eliminates the need for many piecemeal business software programs that most people use. Small businesses can't afford to miss this opportunity to make your Business more Profitable by automating and accelerating all your business processes. Easily manage all of your contacts, staff, sales, orders, invoices, purchases, inventory, and much more. Send targeted promotional emails, email your quotes, order confirmations, invoices, and purchase orders directly from the KiBizSystem. Know exactly what is going on when you run any of the over 100 reports contained in the KiBizSystem! Customize the fully accessible KiBizSystem to suit your specific needs. The KiBizSystem is used by retailers, distributors, manufacturers, professionals, corporate work groups, and many other types of businesses. The KiBizSystem can be accessed remotely, and has an integrated eCommerce solution, as well as, as ability to synchronize with Palm applications. KiBizSystem-Basic includes the following modules: Contact Management, Staff Organizer, Inventory Control, Sales Management, Order Processing, Invoicing, Purchasing. Personnel. A 90 day free trial version can be downloaded at: ... Read more


  • Enter data once, use it in hundreds of ways
  • Know where your Business stands with Management Dashboards
  • Automate & Accelerate Business Processes
  • Easy to Set-up and Customize to Create Perfect Fit
  • Save Time & Money with this Powerful Business Tool!

10. Omnigraffle 2.0
list price: $69.95
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Asin: B00006JJMW
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Omni Group
Sales Rank: 8348
Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars This software isn't buggy. Frankly, it's almost perfect.
While I prefer OmniGraffle 3.0, this version is damn close. The reviewer who claims the software has "bugs" obviously has never used it. There is nothing on the market (Mac or Windows) that even approaches the ease of use and flexibility of OmniGraffle. Visio is a piece of junk in comparison. But don't take me at my word. Download the test version and check it out yourself. It makes the most wonderful visual representations of information than you could ever imagine. I've used it to create timelines, flowcharts, program covers, and jury presentations. No one can believe how professional the results are, but, more importantly, jaws drop at how easy it is to access and use its rich features.

I'd rate it a 10 if I could.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic tool, and great for the money
I started out with OmniGraffle 2, and then upgraded to OmniGraffle 3. I've done countless diagrams of systems, networks and software design. This is an incredibly intuitive tool which really does make it easy to produce diagrams which look terrific - there's no Visio "grunge" to get in the way. Diagrams print well, can be rendered into any number of graphics formats, and are out-and-out pretty, which always helps get the message across!

2-0 out of 5 stars Loaded with bugs - do not buy!
It looks like a good program at first but it is so full of bugs that I advise you not to buy it. Customer service is practically non-existent. I am stuck with a 60$ program that doesn't work. They tried to blame the problem on Apple but the box said it was built for OS X so that is a weak argument. I would never have bought it if it hadn't had that "built for OS X" on the box. This software is nothing but bad news. This is the same company that sells Omnioutliner, a 20$ program that does nothing but stick in checkmarks and bullets in your lists. They also try to sell Omniweb, their own browser, which does nothing that Safari doesn't do better.

5-0 out of 5 stars An (almost) perfect diagram app
If you are looking for an app to design diagrams, flowcharts, mindmaps,? look no futher.
OmniGraffle (from the makers of OmniWeb) offers all the tools, and once you have gotten the idea behind the unusual interface, it is extremely powerful. ... Read more

11. CMS BounceBack Pro ( Macintosh )

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Asin: B000205J22
Catlog: Software
Publisher: CMS Peripherals
Sales Rank: 11591
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  • Replace your failed hard drive with your backup drive (Windows and Mac) or boot directly from your external backup drive (Mac only)
  • Create custom datasets and specify where the files go when backups are run
  • Incremental Backups save time -back up only the files that have been created or changed
  • All data is backed up in its original file format for easy access and data sharing
  • Backup and restore to any local or mapped network drive

12. Toshiba MAC OS X PANTHER VERSION 10.3 ( M9234LL/A )

Asin: B000111BTM
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Toshiba America Info Systems
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