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61. Route 66 Route Europe 2004 (Mac)
$24.99 $16.95
62. Tropico 2: Pirate Cove
$89.99 $79.88
63. Internet Security Barrier Antispam
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64. Adobe After Effects Professional
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65. Miraizon Cinematize 2 (Mac)
$59.88
66. INTEGO VirusBarrier X 10.0 ( Macintosh
$19.99
67. Dora the Explorer Animal Adventures
$69.99 $61.83
68. OmniGraffle 3.0
$24.99
69. Candy Bar Plus (Mac)
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70. Adobe Creative Suites Premium
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71. FileMaker Server 7
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72. IRIS Business Card Reader II (Macintosh
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73. Microsoft Excel 2004 (Mac)
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74. Circus Ponies Notebook V1.2 (Mac)
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75. Baldur's Gate (Mac)
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76. Photo to Movie
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77. QuickBooks Pro 5.0 for MAC
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78. Medal of Honor Allied Assault:
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79. OmniPage Pro X for Macintosh Upgrade
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80. MacFonts (Mac)

61. Route 66 Route Europe 2004 (Mac)
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Asin: B00013MS7E
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Route 66
Sales Rank: 4880
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Features

  • Door-to-door route planning for Western Europe
  • Over 2,700,000 miles of road; 700,000+ points of interest
  • Over 4,750,000 streets; 54,000,000+ house numbers
  • GPS-compatible; up-to-date maps and traffic information
  • Multi-lingual user interface including Spanish

62. Tropico 2: Pirate Cove
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Asin: B00007M9ST
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Jack of All Games
Sales Rank: 2165
Average Customer Review: 3.88 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (16)

4-0 out of 5 stars If the demo is anything to go by...
This game is fun.

I enjoyed the original Tropico and the expansion. This game is simpler, easier to get into, though the Demo does not let you know everything you will be able to do in the full game.

It's not suitable for younger kids, however, as the theme is more Piratey than Pirates of the Carribean (though that used to be a bit more risque, itself). Wenching and lynching are part of the game, and pirates like anarchy, which is provided by sordid amusements. Very appropriate for the time period and topic, but it still limits the kids who ought to be playing it.

Try the Demo (warning it's 130 megabytes so no dial-up), it's the best way to find out if you agree with me.

5-0 out of 5 stars Better than the original Tropico!
I had a lot of fun playing the original Tropico, but I found Tropico 2 to be a LOT more fun to play! Maybe it's because I started playing it around the same time Pirates of the Carribean came out (yo-ho!), so I was in a pirate-y mood.

The controls are basically the same as in the original, as are the graphics. The difference is, that in this game you are playing a pirate island instead of a dictator on a regular caribbean island. Your job is to keep your pirates happy, who cares about the minions who work on the island! You have to make sure there's enough places for them to drink, gamble, wench, and feast in order to keep them happy! One more annoying feature is that each pirate wants his own house. This isn't so bad when you only have a few pirates - but when you get a HUGE amount of pirates, those houses take up a lot of space!

One of my favorite new features in Tropico 2 is the pirate ships! You have your shipyard build a ship, then you send your pirates out looting. I wish there was more control over the ships when they are actually looting - but oh well. As it is now, you send it out and it does its thing while you continue to manage the island. It does keep a log of what's going on for you to look at - but you basically have zero control once it leaves the dock. Not a big deal, I just think if they did an expansion that would be a nice addition.

The game itself ran well on my machine, I never had crashing problems. It's a great game, well worth the price!! I HIGHLY recommend it!

5-0 out of 5 stars If you liked Tropico I RUN Don't walk to buy this one
How can anyone like Tropico I over Tropico II? Well in Tropico I you managed EVERY aspect of your citizens' lives. Each of them needed a house(Tenements would not do the job at higher difficulty levels) a job, access to religious facilities, healthcare, entertainment, liberty, safety,food etc. etc. Problem was the economy did not expand properly. Your people demand ever increasing wages but your economy cannot be ever increasing. At higher difficulty levels you have to pay your people the maximum wage rate after like 50-100 years to keep them in line. In fact the Caribbean region wage increase is pure garbage. Problem becomes when you have a limited amount of Freight ships coming in and tourist, it just gets boring too fast. The most idiotic aspect is when you hire a foreign worker and they come in and JOIN A REBELLION AGAINST YOU! Or they emigrate off the island. Demographically it is a disaster because people marry have children they grow up and need jobs as well and need housing etc... It is not well controlled and just too much micromanagement.

Why is Tropico II better? Nobody EVER asks for a wage increase period. Half your population does not get paid(capitves work 4 free hehe...) No babies, no families, just pure fun.

Here is a tip: Captive rebellion and escape are not really serious problems. WHY? Because you can "press gang"( turn into a pirate) all unskilled captives. Yep even the ones that are escaping... Furthermore, if you have pirates that are unhappy you can ALMOST ALWAYS prevent a coup by upsetting the balance of power- just create more pirates. All pirates that are brought into life by virtues of "press gang" start out as super happy. That is a temporary measure of course but sometimes you need more time.

Another tip, get UPSCALE eastblishments ASAP because your captains will quickly become enraged with anything less. And when they are enraged they always kill somebody because they cant lose a dueling match. They can also "kill" a "skeleton" which makes no sense but the game still allows it.

The game's production/distribution is slightly different. There are no teamsters, each building that takes an input has a hauler sometimes 2(dock) which creates problems if there is more than one imput. For example. I had a case where I had a papaya farm with an output of 750 and a bakery low on papayas. Certainly the game's code needs to be improved to allow the delivery of the most amount of supplies. There is alot more to this game but this is a review not a strategy guide afterall.

The game is MUCH superior to Tropico I although the passion subsides rather quickly...

2-0 out of 5 stars A typical simulation
The game might seem fun at first but then after a while it gets old. All you have to do is build and wait. You can set ships on sail, however, but you don't have control of them and you don't even get to see them. So if your not a simulation fan skip this.

2-0 out of 5 stars Fun but gets old
When I bought this game I was like cool its a game about a pirate controlling an island. Its got ok graphics. I never played the original Tropico so I couldn't tell you the differences. I played the game for about 5 hours. The only exciting part I found was sending the ships out to raid areas (when i played there was only one place to raid) Funny thing is they would never run out of people or be smart enought to move to another place (means not realistic). You would never see these raids. If you build too fast you would run out of captives. Very annoying. The whole fear thing on the captives doesn't mean anything. I never lost one captive. You could buy it or not its up to you! ... Read more


63. Internet Security Barrier Antispam Edition X Su (Mac)
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Asin: B0007QOMKG
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Intego
Sales Rank: 4502
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Features

  • Intelligent spam filters help protect your inbox; includes Virus Barrier to block known viruses from infecting your system
  • Personal Firewall protects and monitors all incoming and outgoing data
  • Antivandal blocks all attempts to break in, catching detecting wrong passwords and logging vandal attacks
  • Internet Filter and Privacy tool gives you control over cookies and blocking ad banners
  • Analyzes incoming e-mail, determining which messages are spam and which are valid messages

64. Adobe After Effects Professional 6.5 Upgrade from 6.0 Professional (Mac)
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Asin: B00021XJBE
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Adobe
Sales Rank: 5411
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Features

  • Essential tool for motion graphics and visual effects
  • Powerful motion controls and 3D effects; particle system; scripting
  • Advanced keying and warping tools; AAF and OMF support
  • High-tech visual and audio effects; 16-bit color support
  • Automated production; flexible motion tracker; network rendering

65. Miraizon Cinematize 2 (Mac)
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Asin: B0006AAO96
Catlog: Software
Publisher: CSDC
Sales Rank: 2809
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66. INTEGO VirusBarrier X 10.0 ( Macintosh )

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Asin: B0000C5NY6
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Intego
Sales Rank: 6939
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Features

  • Drag-and-drop virus scans protect against all known viruses, including the ones hidden in Word & Excel macros
  • Deletes any corrupted files and scans archives for possible intrusion
  • Set up scheduled scans that can run anytime, or initiate them manually with a click
  • Instant repairing of damaged files -- any files NetBarrier can't repair, it will document in its log
  • Automatic online updates keep your setting up-to-date and your antivirus protection at its strongest

67. Dora the Explorer Animal Adventures (Mac)
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Asin: B0006OEI8K
Catlog: Software
Publisher: MacSoft
Sales Rank: 1041
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68. OmniGraffle 3.0
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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 (www.omnigroup.com) to check out their examples.

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


69. Candy Bar Plus (Mac)
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Asin: B0006ZSZGK
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Aspyr Media
Sales Rank: 1243
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Every Mac is an Island
My gal Sara bought this because she's been a Mac person forever (I'm a former Window's person, who's made the switch) and has been used to using ResEdit to design her own icons under System 7 through 9. So now she's at it again, changing, rearranging and creating icons and I have to say, it's infectious. Who says the boys in Cupertino have to have the last say on what your desktop is going to look like. Want Microsoft Word to appear as a devil on the screen. You got it. You also get a thousand free icons with the program to start. Good ones. Macs have always been unique, now they are more so. Thumbs up from me for CandyBar Plus.

Jack Priest, Writer from the Darkside ... Read more


70. Adobe Creative Suites Premium 1.1 (Mac)
list price: $1,229.99
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Asin: B0000DBN4H
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Adobe
Sales Rank: 1007
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • An integrated design environment featuring the industry's foremost design tools
  • In-depth tips, expert tricks, and comprehensive design resources
  • Intuitive file finding, smooth workflow, and common interface and toolset
  • Single installer--control what you install and when you install it
  • Cross-media publishing--create content for both print and the Web

Reviews (4)

2-0 out of 5 stars Don't forget to factor in manuals to the final price.
I grew up on Adobe products. They used to include great manuals and tutorials. Now I have paid more and received less. I am trying to learn how to use GoLive but the online manual doesn't make a whole lot of sense. How come a printed manual isn't included? Oh, I have to pay more for it? How come I seem to be paying for printing costs then? Customer support? To get real help I'll have to pay for it. I used Adobe Premiere for Mac but that product got abandoned. I will not buy another Adobe product until they either give more or charge less. If you are getting started with web design I would suggest going somewhere else. That being said... Illustrator and Photoshop are both still great products and the upgrades were easy for me to understand (probably because the last versions I had included a printed manual and tutorials). Let's face it, if it wasn't for OS X, I would have just stuck to the older versions of Photoshop, Illustrator, and PageMaker and bought Dreamweaver instead. Photoshop CS - Classroom in a Book = $45. Illustrator CS - Classroom in a Book = $31.50. GoLive CS - Classroom in a Book = $45. InDesign - Classroom in a Book = $45. Acrobat Pro - Classroom in a Book = $45. $211.50 in manuals right there. Its a good product but it keeps on costing you in time and money.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent design software
No software is perfect, but Adobe comes as close to well designed, intuitive, user-friendly software as I have ever seen. Photoshop and Illustrator have always been the industry standards, and here they are both improved - particularly the digital photographer will be happy with the new photo filters in Photoshop CS, and the much improved file browser and the new filter gallery are also excellent additions. As far as publishing programs are concerned, InDesign is a greatly more intuitive program than Quark at a fraction of its cost, and because its pallets function much the same as in Photoshop and Illustrator, it is an easily acquired program if you are familiar with Adobe software.

I use these programs on a Mac OS X platform and for me they are very stable. I have had none of the crashing problems or tech support difficulties that another reviewer of the Adobe Creative Suite has had. For anyone using many design programs at once, enough RAM is always a requirement for smooth operation. But if you have enough RAM and a Mac platform, you should have no significant problems at all. PCs crash more by their nature because their operating system is not as stable as a Mac's, but still Adobe products are not only more intuitive than Microsoft's (for example), they also will crash far less on a PC than most other types of software (like Microsoft's).

Photoshop and Illustrator have always defined the state of the art for photo editing and raster graphic software respectively, and here Adobe is carrying on the tradition. InDesign looks as though it is fast replacing Quark in the publishing industry as well, so if you are a creative professional you will be more than happy in the end to own the Adobe Creative Suite. What else would you use?

1-0 out of 5 stars i used to like adobe...
...then i needed to contact their technical support because illustrator crashes when you try to label layers. they go out of their way to make it as difficult as possible. no email support. instead you have to ring an area code 206 number and wait until some overworked undertrained person tells you to reinstall the product or the operating system... very helpful. just like their software.

i'll look elsewhere the next time i look for an illustration package or a graphics editor. and i won't even bother discussing their inept page layout program.

4-0 out of 5 stars glad I got it
I just bought it off of AMazon a week ago (which is the lowest price for the full version I have been able to find so far) and IM glad I did. For new people to the software, you may wanna stay with your older version for a bit and just get used to it before shelling out the money, but if your serious about design and making your workflow work to the max for you, this new collection is a must. Tight integration and the help of the version Cue additional file managment software will help even the messiest designer keep thier files inline. If design is what you want to do, then theres no better package to get. Ive been using Photoshop for years and Illustrator and Indesign for a while now and this is defenitly an inovation in design.
I gave it 4 stars due to small problems I had installing the whole suite at once. I have never had the problem with anything else and it was frustrating. But after that its smooth saling. ... Read more


71. FileMaker Server 7
list price: $999.99
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Asin: B00028ZL7W
Catlog: Software
Publisher: FileMaker
Sales Rank: 3887
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Features

  • Server software for sharing data with teams from 2 to 250 users
  • Secure information with SSL data encryption
  • Boost performance of peer-to-peer database sharing
  • Store massive amounts of information on the network
  • Host information on mixed Windows and Mac platforms

72. IRIS Business Card Reader II (Macintosh Edition)
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B00006H3DK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: IRIS
Sales Rank: 8370
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

IRIS Business Card Reader is an easy way to input your contacts into your computer. Simply slide a business card into your scanner and in seconds the information is automatically transferred to your contact management database. IRIS Business Card Reader will help you keep your contact database up-to-date and it relieves you of the tedious task of having to type card information into your computer.

Powered by the intelligent text recognition software from IRIS, Business Card Reader will accurately recognize and correctly place the information on any business card in the appropriate database fields. The software knows the difference between the first and last name, a city and its state, and a telephone and fax number. IRIS Business Card Reader supports all American and most European business card layouts and recognizes up to 24 languages. ... Read more

Features

  • Converts business cards into database records
  • Recognizes data types and assigns them to specific database fields
  • Exports to any address database
  • Sends contacts directly to your contact management software
  • For Mac OS 9.x or OS X

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Writing about a Reader
If you'd still like proof that the average human mind doesn't think in any manner resembling a computer's processor chip (even those computers we love that help us "think different!"), attempt to comprehend the challenge in how a computer "reads" a sheet of paper.

You and I read an article in the newspaper, skip over to a eye-catching advertisement, pull out our wallets and exchange business cards, and all the time, we have learned to scan the item of interest, pick out those words that are important, discard the rest as unnecessary, and go about our busy lives.

But not a computer. A computer lives for those details. And those same details can mire a processor down.

Which in a way is why the Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software engine used by ReadIRIS Pro 9.0 is a delight to work with. The people behind the software have helped to link the scanned data into basic patterns and formats ever so much more useful to the daily lives of the user (me, in this case!)

I initially looked into this review by getting my hands on the Business Card Reader (BCR) device, in this version, roman number II, so that I might make my life easier by managing the growing pile of business cards that I collect, and have collected over the past decade, and expect to continue to collect well into the future.

There is something wonderful indeed about business cards, especially in how succinct the summary of a person's relevance. But I digress away from attempting to deal with this growing pile of cards.

Card files don't seem to work for me. But I have enjoyed manually inputting some of my more frequent contacts into Address Books (both Apple's version and Microsoft's Entourage version.) So it seemed an obvious step to begin to input the business cards using a Business Card Reader!

I will warn you -- skip the software that comes "standard" with the current Business Card Reader II. An upgrade is promised, but in the meantime, consider using another ReadIRIS product -- Pro 9.0 (in my case, I tried the corporate edition).

ReadIRIS Pro is a joy to work with. The install was smooth and easy. The software engine (with all files and reference information) installed in less than 80 megabytes. I thought that quite good, especially with how the software promised to handle so many different fonts and language styles.

I tested the software with both a Hewlett Packard scanner and the BCR device. Switching between the two was very quick. I can see how the OCR software could pay for itself due to some of the vast amount of reference materials still unconverted to digital format (the software outputs in text, rich-text, html and pdf formats). Keep in mind however to put aside some time to proof your new documents against the old. If you have a set of material which needs OCR review, one of ReadIRIS Pro 9.0's benefit's shines -- the work you do to input corrections into a dictionary format can help similar documents in basic recognition of font and language skill.

In order to get back to my original project of dealing with my card piles, I was able to get cards read into Entourage's address book in an average of 3 minutes per card. I'm not too quick at typing, but I might have entered them only slightly faster just by doing it all manually. But -- I haven't done this over time. And, I was sort of mesmerized by watching the scanner process my business card stack. That is the fast part. The other portion of the three minute average was spent looking over the scanned data (automatically exported from ReadIRIS Pro 9.0 into Entourage) and "proofing". I was very impressed by the quantity of correct data, even with "pretty" photograph enhanced business cards.

My business card organization project will be ongoing. But now I have a much better tool set.

I definitely recommend the Iris Business Card Reader, but I also recommend contacting the company to see when the enclosed version of software is upgraded, since I didn't benefit from the full corporate version of the software at the listed price. ... Read more


73. Microsoft Excel 2004 (Mac)
list price: $229.99
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Asin: B0001WN18U
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 2317
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74. Circus Ponies Notebook V1.2 (Mac)
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B0002IKIS4
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Circus Ponies
Sales Rank: 1543
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Features

  • Outliner, organizer, and free-form database program for OS X users
  • Clip, organize, and share unstructured notes and ideas
  • Easy-to-understand notebook interface
  • Note-taking; annotation; clipping; searching; importing
  • HTML publishing; publish to the Web in one step

75. Baldur's Gate (Mac)

our price: $19.99
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Asin: B00002CFA0
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Graphic Simulations
Sales Rank: 4050
Average Customer Review: 3.88 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Blown away
Bang for the buck! This game has kept me rapt for hours.I haven't finished but am going to play it again with a new character once it's over. There is SO MUCH to explore. I can't wait for another version to come to MACs. Much better than Hack & Slash and I enjoyed it more than Myth II. Although a combination of them both would be even better. One problem is limited items that the player can carry. They should allow more items. I like that you need to think about it and figure out options to violence to solve the problems in certain places.

4-0 out of 5 stars Short but sweet
BG is a very good game that I would've rated as excellent (5 stars) except for the fact that it was so freakin' slow. The characters plod across the scene and often, actually always, bump into each other, and objects, which takes them an agonizingly long time to then walk around the person or thing. Saving and loading scenes can take far too long considering the fact I'm using a G3 400 mhz powerbook. And what is with the auto-save, how do I disable that function, all it does is slow down game time and save when I don't need to. As to the gameplay, the pause function is necessary in this game, there aren't enough monsters to kill to gain experience, and some of the NPC's act "goofy".

But the bottom line...buy the game because it reminds me of the old Ultima games except with better graphics and animation. A great game that could've been excellent. Now onto BGII.

4-0 out of 5 stars Classic game
This classic game, was first in the series and one of the most enjoyable.

Good game play.

Good strategy

The draw back is the cap on experience.

I have replayed it a couple of times and enjoyed it each time.

1-0 out of 5 stars Can't get the right software...
I haven't had the chance to play this game yet. It shipped originally with the software for the expasion pack: tales of the sword coast. Tales is a supplement to Baldur's Gate, located on cd 6 (along with the installer for Baldur's Gate). This game is shipping with only the first five cds so I can't even install it. I have returned it twice and have finally asked for a refund.

4-0 out of 5 stars Absolutely incredible....
I would give this game 5 stars, but it does crash every now and then...save often! Basically, this game is so addictive, I have trouble thinking about anything else. Grrrrr! Hah, maybe I should dock it another star for that. This game is a bit slow paced sometimes, but that is not really a draw back in my opinion. I like taking the time to walk around and explore things and not feel rushed. I like FPS's as much as the next gamer, but a good RPG should me a more immersive experience. This is one of the best you can get for your Mac. ... Read more


76. Photo to Movie
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00030IEUK
Catlog: Software
Publisher: LQ Graphics
Sales Rank: 1381
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77. QuickBooks Pro 5.0 for MAC
list price: $299.95
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Asin: B000078V52
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Intuit
Sales Rank: 4130
Average Customer Review: 1.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

QuickBooks Pro Edition 5.0 for Mac provides advanced tools to manage your business finances. Enjoy the convenience of having all your financial information organized in one place. It's fast and easy to create reports and invoices, track expenses, and more.

QuickBooks is now designed and built to run on Mac OS X. QuickBooks windows and controls, including a revised icon bar, are also designed to be consistent with the Aqua user interface. QuickBooks also works with Mac OS 9.2.2.

Now it's even easier to customize the appearance of QuickBooks forms, such as invoices, cash sales receipts, estimates, and purchase orders. Change fonts, add a company logo, or modify the layout of your forms to suit your needs. Customize reports by modifying the content based on report filters you choose. The new Report Finder helps you quickly select the report or graph you need, with sample onscreen reports. ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Getting Better
I currently use Quickbooks Pro for Windows at my day job, at home I use Quickbook Pro 5.0 for Mac for my home based business. The mac version doesn't have all the features that the windows version does, but I believe that they will continue to upgrade (in fact the 6.0 version is just coming out with the ability to convert data back and forth between windows and mac) I have tried Myob for mac, it is ok, but I still believe Quickbooks to be the most intuitive and easy program with very strong features for tracking everything assosiated with running a business. I am on Quickbooks for Windows more than 12 hours a day, so I know very well what features need improving, yet I still prefer to use the mac for my home business. And I will continue to provide them with my feedback for future upgrades. At this point the biggest would be online banking. I can't imagine they would leave that out for much longer. The 6.0 version already has the Windows to Mac and Mac to Windows data conversion which is what everyone in these reviews have been screaming about.

1-0 out of 5 stars Disappointing, very, very disappointing
I am a small business owner, happy using Macs and a long time Intuit user. I was delighted Intuit was again "supporting" the Mac platform and was one of the pre-purchasers of QB Pro 5 for the Mac. I assumed, perhaps naively, that since it was the hot new thing, it would have all the old features I associated with Quicken and all the QuickBooks options for which my accountant had been begging so he could play with my files on-line. Instead, I find that this product just doesn't do these things. No, you cannot export data in PC format. No, the accountant cannot enter the program to organize data his way. No, on-line banking is not supported. This is 2003. What small business wants to be without access to on-line banking?

1-0 out of 5 stars Huge Omission Makes QB for Mac Virtually Useless!
I was thrilled when I heard that Intuit was once again planning on reentering the Mac market with a new version of QuickBooks Pro. It's here, but the thrill is gone.
I was looking forward to getting rid of the Windows PC that's taking up valuable space on my desk; it's sole reason for existence is to run QuickBooks. Everything else in the office is done on Macs.
Software arrived, installation went well. I went to my PC and exported my QuickBooks file to a Zip disk, popped the disk into the Zip drive on my Mac and then tried to tell QB on the Mac to import the file so I could get down to business on the Mac. But what's this... a message that says that QuickBooks for Mac cannot read QuickBooks files created on a PC!
As far as I can see, there is no reason for this application to exist. My accountant has a PC and we email my QuickBooks file back and forth on a regular basis. Therein lies the problem.
If Microsoft, Adobe, even Quark files can go back and forth, then why not QuickBooks files? Until true multi-platform accessibility is writtin into QuickBooks, I'd recommend holding off on the purchase of this otherwise solid product.

1-0 out of 5 stars Using OS 9.2.2
Constantly crashes in OS 9.2.2. Will stick with Quickbooks Pro 4...

1-0 out of 5 stars Mac users ...
Any mac user who can afford accounting software [such] as Quickbooks is probably a professional who uses their Mac for their business. Most professional business use accountants. Most accountants use Windows.

QUICKBOOKS 5.0 FOR MAC CAN NOT CONVERT DATA FROM THE WINDOWS VERSION. Thus rendering it useless for anyone on a mac who uses an accountant and needs to transfer data back and forth.

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78. Medal of Honor Allied Assault: Deluxe Edition (Mac)
list price: $49.99
our price: $49.99
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Asin: B0000DZGX3
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Aspyr Media
Sales Rank: 2612
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Features

  • Enter the thick of WWII as a Special Forces agent in this single and multiplayer game
  • Execute covert operations, search and rescue missions, and commando raids
  • Fully realized 3-D worlds utilizing the powerful Quake III engine; over 20 levels
  • Multiple online options include team combat and traditional last man standing modes
  • Includes Medal of Honor Allied Assault Spearhead

79. OmniPage Pro X for Macintosh Upgrade
list price: $149.99
our price: $134.99
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Asin: B00005UQT6
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Scansoft
Sales Rank: 4731
Average Customer Review: 1.25 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

OmniPage Pro X eliminates retyping, saving you time and streamlining document production. Create, convert, edit, and distribute digital documents with superior accuracy and improved formatting. Choose from a host of innovative capabilities, such as table recognition. Pro X also adds PDF functionality to extend the software's value beyond the paper world. Now you can convert PDFs into editable documents with a single click, or save paper documents as PDF files with similar ease. All of which adds up to increased productivity and efficiency. Plus, there's the added ease of working with a program built specifically for Mac OS X.

Note: This is an upgrade version. ... Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars Thanks for the reviews
Just a quick thank-you to the others who have written. I was set to buy the upgrade, assuming that 'Pro X' meant OS X compatible. Thanks for saving me $130, and turning me on to Readiris - actual OS X software.

1-0 out of 5 stars It's not fully MAC OS X compatable
This version is not 100% Mac OS X compatable. You have to switch to "Classic" mode to scan a document directly into OmniPage Pro X. No where on the box or in the directions does it tell you this. I found out after using my ONE free technical support call. The Mac OS 8/9 version works the way its supposed to.

I wasted my money.

1-0 out of 5 stars Scansoft ignores the Mac Platform.
I bought this software when it first came out 2 years ago to use with OS X. Since buying it Scansoft has not released one update or bug fix for the program. It will not work with any Photoshop plugins in OS X. I have tried to get it to work with my Canon Lide 30 scanner with no success whatsoever.

You would think when you buy an expensive software program you would at least get free email support. No way with Scansoft! Their philosophy is to milk their customers for as much as they can get, charging $20 for each support question by email.

If you need to buy an OCR program for your Mac I would highly recommend buying Readiris instead. Although far from a perfect program, it puts OmniPage to shame. Unlike Scansoft they do provide free email support. Readiris is also very good at preserving the format of a document when translated into Word Processing and Text Editing programs. This is something that OmniPage fails miserably at.

2-0 out of 5 stars Inferior to prior versions
I've used Omnipage for years, going through almost all the versions since the first. When an upgrade appeared it consistently offered incremental improvements and I rarely had to even glance at the user's manual.

Not so with this version. In some key respects it is not apparent how it works even after consulting the manual. There are many more errors in text and formatting. Saves don't even go smoothly. I would guess that something that formerly took me 45 minutes now takes me several hours, including corrections. And I still don't know why the text selection doesn't flow from one page to the next in a multi-page document, as it used to. This product should have been put in the "leave well enough alone category." ... Read more


80. MacFonts (Mac)
list price: $29.99
our price: $26.99
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Asin: B0000DG73M
Catlog: Software
Publisher: macXware
Sales Rank: 2932
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Designed exclusively for OS X
  • Provides professionally designed font faces
  • FontManager for quick installation, activation, and deactivation of fonts
  • 1000+ premium TrueType fonts, including creative, elegant, and professional fonts
  • Easy to use features that include permanent installation and temporary activation of fonts

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Mac Fonts
Was pretty excited when I saw the fonts package. The box said "Over 1000 TrueType fonts" I figured that it meant just subtle variations of the same. While this was true for the majority of the fonts, the "BN" set of fonts had the most variety.

The little quick reference guide book was very helpful with letting you get a peek at what the fonts look like to see if you
even want to load it on your system. The book however was at times a little confusing, the names of the fonts would be on top of the fonts for some and then under the fonts for others. You had to kind of double check that the one that you wanted was the one that you installed.

Played with some of the fonts in LiveType and I had a blast. Since I kind of wanted to see the fonts in action I would look through the book then choose a font to load. For it to take effect I had to keep restarting LiveType for the font to show up. So after a while just loaded a bunch of them and then made some scrolling text. Had lots of fun with the "Xmas Lights BRK" & "New Year Dingbats". Being able to take just the dingbats and alter them on screen give rise to lots of new and creative ways for me to make my designs a bit more fun and have very different appeal. There were also some more down to earth fonts like
"Boron" & "Teen Bold" that gives a bit more punch than "Times New Roman" but still not be to off putting. Also previewed the fonts in TextEdit to get a feel for the differences quickly.

All in all really liked what the package had to offer even with the limited font manager and having to load each individual font. The variety of new fonts is worth it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Finally a font collection for Mac!
It's about time someone gave Mac users a reasonably priced font collection!

MacFonts has over 1000 TrueType fonts in three categories: classic, refined and designer fonts. You can even use the included font manager to activate your font selections temporarily or permanently; very cool! ... Read more


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