Media praise for Big Book of Apple Hacks

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"A heavy reference book that's fun?...Yes, somehow the author and the contributors and the editors have managed to make a big useful book without the boredom factor. The Big Book of Apple Hacks is a big winner. Read it, back up your essential files, and then go forth and hack your Mac."
-- Epublishers Weekly, Tools and Ideas for Surviving (and Thriving) in Technopoly

"If you are determined to replace your Mac Book Pro’s hard drive, read this book first...I haven’t read it all – it’s over 600 pages – but as we convert to Mac operations here I have already noted a dozen of these hacks I intend to employ. This isn’t a book for Aunt Minnie, but if you use a Mac either at home or at work and you want better control over it, this is the book to have. "
-- Jerry Pournelle, Chaos Manor

"The Big Book of Apple Hacks represents the meatiest collection of Apple hacks in publication."
-- John Suda, Amazon.com

"...an essential acquisition key to unlocking the power of the Apple computer...From adding devices and customizing settings to step-by-step directions to circumvent Apple controls, it's an exceptional, wonderful collection of possibilities."
-- Diane Donovan, Midwest Book Review

"Macintosh equipment users and collections catering to them should consider Big Book of Apple Hacks an essential acquisition key to unlocking the power of the Apple computer."
-- James A. Cox, The Midwest Book Review - California Bookwatch

"Accept no imitators! Unlike some of the competition's books (are you listening, Scott Kelby?) that are mostly a rehash of help files, Chris Seibold's Big Book of Apple Hacks is a bona fide collection of hacks, advanced hints, and tips."
-- David Weeks, MyMac Magazine



"A heavy reference book that's fun?...Yes, somehow the author and the contributors and the editors have managed to make a big useful book without the boredom factor. The Big Book of Apple Hacks is a big winner. Read it, back up your essential files, and then go forth and hack your Mac."
--Epublishers Weekly, Tools and Ideas for Surviving (and Thriving) in Technopoly