Big Book of Apple Hacks: call for hacks



Chris Seibold is hard at work on our second Big Hacks book, the Big Book of Apple Hacks, and he’s looking for contributors to help out with the book. Contributors to hacks books receive a copy of the book, credit within the book, and a small honorarium. Your contributions are done under a non-exclusive arrangement, so you can use the material elsewhere (such as on your blog).

Here’s a list of the hacks that Chris is looking for:

  • Running Mac OS 9 on Intel/Leopard Macs using Sheepshaver
  • Cool tips, tricks, and hacks for Twitter/Pownce/Jaiku (also Moodblast)
  • iPod Touch hacks
  • Creating podcasts and screencasts
  • Parallels, Boot Camp, and Fusion
  • Open Source Alternatives to Microsoft Office, Photoshop etc.
  • Any other cool hacks you think we might dig

If you’re interested, you can get in touch with Chris and me at this email address: bjepson+applehacks at oreilly dot com. Please contact us by December 12, 2007 if you’d like to get involved.

6 thoughts on “Big Book of Apple Hacks: call for hacks

  1. Anonymous says:

    Is that “bjepson+applehacks at oreilly dot com” two addresses or one?

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  3. Dan says:

    can you play nintendo ds games on psp?

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