Macintosh Mailing Lists
- Apple-Internet mailing lists
- Adobe mailing lists for Illustrator, Photoshop, and PageMaker.
MMDEVX is a mailing list for people interested in crossplatform
multimedia development tools in general and Apple Media Kit (AMK)
and Kaleida ScriptX in particular.
To provide a forum for questions,feedback and problems
related to the new Apple Work Group Servers and the new
versions of Appleshare
- FileMaker Pro
- Mac Managers
Mac-Mgrs is a mailing list for the discussion and dissimenation of
information relating to or affecting Macintosh Managers. That is,
anyone who is in charge of configuration, management or otherwise
involved in the maintenance of Macintosh systems and/or networks.
Everyone is encouraged to participate in the discussions and post
- Macintosh Scripting Systems
The MacScripting Internet Mailing List was created last week from
the former AppleScript and Frontier mailing lists. This list is for
the exchange of files and information pertaining to any scripting
environment for System 7 including AppleScript and Userland
Frontier. Users can converse with other users as well as share
scripts and ideas.
- Macintosh Application Environment Discussions
Information on three discussion lists Apple has created for
Maintosh Application Environment users.
- MacPerl Discussion
- Tool Command Language (TCL) on Macintosh
- Photoshop Discussion
- PowerPC News
- Ray Dream Discussion
An Internet mailing list for discussion of 3d graphics, rendering,
etc., primarily for users of programs from Ray Dream, Inc. (This
includes Ray Dream Designer - a 3d modeling/rendering package, JAG
and JAG II - anti-alias and image enhancement software, and AddDepth
- 3d type tools.
TidBITS is a free weekly electronic publication that reports on
interesting products and events in the computer industry,
currently with an emphasis on the world of the Macintosh. In
addition to weekly issues, we occasionally publish formal review
issues and special issues focussing on a single topic. We feel
that publications like TidBITS will become an important medium of
exchange as the world becomes more electronically connected.
See also Word processor mailing lists,
The Well Connected Mac's list and
February 26, 1995 - Robert Lentz