"You must have access to a Windows-based computer running the latest AudibleManager to activate your Kindle. To activate for use with Audible content, follow these steps."
And on page 79:
"If you are a Macintosh user, you need to connect your Kindle to a Windows-based computer running AudibleManager to authorize your Kindle. You may be able to authorize your Kindle running AudibleManager on Windows on your Macintosh if you have your Macintosh configured to run Windows. Once authorized with your Audible credentials, you can then use Audible files downloaded through AudibleManager under Windows or iTunes by copying them to your Kindle."
Barbie’s dog eats and makes a mess. Tanner, Barbie’s dog, eats and ejects waste from her body! (Yes, really.) But Barbie can pick it up with her special magnetic scooper, and Tanner will eat it again— just like your real dog!
Join Together has been Leopardized and updated to version 5.1.3. Along with compatibility with Mac OS 10.5, I’ve also added a new icon, a “Comments” tag entry for the final joined file, and a “Check For Update” menu option—you’ll want to be using this last option in a few weeks ;)
“Think of it from the point of view of the customer. When you’re redoing your kitchen, and you’re choosing appliances, do you go out looking for the best alliance or consortium devoted to food temperature maintenance and environmental control technology? No. You go looking for a refrigerator. And you look for the coolest, best-looking, best-designed refrigerator, made by a company that put loads of effort and genius into making something mindblowing. Same with everything else you buy. That’s why iPhone has taken off. Because it’s beautiful. It’s amazing. It works. It restores a sense of childlike wonder to people’s lives. It wasn’t made by a consortium. It couldn’t be created by a committee. It is the product of one vision, one man, one genius — that would be me — with, to be sure, a bit of help from a few other people who played minor roles.”—The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs: It’s not a phone, it’s an alliance
iTunes Library Manager has been updated to version 5.1. This is really just a maintenance release to make the GUI compatible with Mac OS X 10.5. However, I did add a “Check For Updates” menu option so that it no longer automatically checks for updates at startup. More to come in the next update, perhaps a month or so from now.
"If you’ve got more than one Mac in the house, set up iChat to use Bonjour messaging (in Preferences -> Accounts), and set the iTunes-owning Mac to run that AppleScript when a new message is received. You can then send the iTunes-owning Mac these commands as chat messages from another Mac: status, next, previous, mute, unmute, help, play, and pause. Just type each one on a line of its own and press Return; the iTunes Controller AppleScript on the other end will then tell iTunes what to do."