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Briefly: MacScan Family Pack, FolioLink on iPhone

updated 06:55 pm EST, Thu January 24, 2008

FolioLink for iPhone

In brief: SecureMac offers the MacScan Family Pack, FolioLink gets iPhone compatibility, Total Training for Adobe CS3 has been released, and it's the last day for MacHeist ... SecureMac has announced the MacScan Family Pack, a $50 suite that can be used to upgrade a single user license of MacScan to a three seat license for the difference between the original price and the Family Pack. You can download free definition updates for MacScan either from within the program, or by downloading a software upgrade. MacScan quickly detects, isolates and removes spyware from Macintosh computers using both real-time spyware definition updating and unique detection methods. The software also manages internet-related clutter on your computer.

FolioLink gets iPhone compatibility

ISProductions has announced a new version FolioLink photography and art website service that automatically optimizes clients' online portfolios for the iPhone interface. FolioLink is designed for photographers and artists who want designer websites that they themselves can manage and update. Three different account types allow subscribers to choose the functionality and site features they want from a simple HTML presentation, to FLASH designer websites, to the new Pro Account with proofing and an image archive.


Total Training for Adobe CS3

Total Training has released instructional materials for Adobe Creative Suite 3 Production Premium. This new suite offers essentials for learning: Adobe After Effects CS3, Adobe Premiere Pro CS3, Adobe Photoshop CS3 Extended, Adobe Flash CS3 Professional, Adobe Illustrator CS3, Adobe Soundbooth CS3, and Adobe Encore CS3. All lessons are geared toward the motion graphics professional looking to fine tune his or her skills in broadcast-quality video, design motion graphics, and visual effects. Users can bookmark lessons, fast forward, skip and rewind, along with track their progress on the lessons. The new online library also grants customers access to needed resources 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Last day for MacHeist

MacHeist, the event that sells a collection of Mac software for a reduced price, is now on the last day. Mac users have bought over 36,000 copies of the $49 collection so far. The bundle includes almost $500 of software for over 90% off the normal cost. Officials say "The event's free games and prizes for MacHeist members attracted a huge new crowd this year, more than tripling its member base to 100,000 members. With the support of the MacHeist community, the event has already raised over $400,000 for involved charities."




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    MacHeist

    The bundle sale ended yesterday with 43,815 sold. They raised $488,003 for charity and then chipped in a bit more to make it $500,000.

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