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Really?

Absolutely. It's a time-honored tradition that all computer books make you (the reader) wait until everything has been explained fully, in great detail, before you're allowed to do anything.

In fact, many books make you start by reading chapters on the history of computing, followed by in-depth looks at how computers work, and what a “bit” and a “byte” are, and blah, blah, blah—all before they let you do anything. I call these “tell-me-all-about-it” books.

But this book breaks that mold. It's a “show-me-how-to-do-it” book, so instead of explaining all that junk that most people don't really care about, I show you, right from the beginning, step-by-step how to do the things you bought your Mac for in the first place.

The whole book is tutorial-based, so you'll be learning to do the things you really want to do, right off the bat: stuff like getting on the Internet, sending email, working with photos from your digital camera, downloading and importing music. You know, the fun stuff.

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