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Back in September 2007 Photoshop Elements 6.0 came out. Remember? Well, it came out for Windows. Juding from the top posts list over on the left, many of you have checked it out.

Now it’s almost ready for us Mac users. Terry White wants to tell you all about it [via Photoshop Insider].

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Does it get any better than this?!

Axiotron has modified the MacBook and created the first Mac tablet computer–the Modbook. And you know it’s better than those others. Why? Because it’s a Mac. It was designed in California by a team of American and German engineers. It’s made of top-grade aircraft quality magnesium alloy so you know it can withstand just about anything. But that’s not all, you can ask to have yours installed with WAAS enabled GPS. They’ll be shipping soon in America and Canada so order yours from Other World Computing.

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Photoshop News has issued more compatibility updates that are worth reading:

Lightroom Product Manager Tom Hogarty has announced that there be an update to Lightroom in mid-November. This will bring Lightroom to full Leopard compatibility. (Read more)

As Leopard gets out into both the developer and user communities, we’re seeing a few cautionary notes from developers regarding compatibility and performance. Recently, Apple and Adobe issued advisories regarding their respective image management and catalog applications, Aperture and Photoshop Lightroom… (Read more)

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Well, here it is: My new 20″ iMac with the Sony to the right. I love it and have to admit I hardly ever use the Sony any more but it is nice to have a laptop to take on trips still. I’m learning the differences between operating systems but can’t see myself ever going back to PCs.

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Title: iMac
Location: Bakersfield, CA
Taken: 22 Apr 2007 at 5:51 p.m.
Camera: Canon EOS Digital Rebel XT
Lens: Canon EFS 18-55mm
EXIF: ISO 100; 1/15 sec. at f/4.5

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Lately it seems Photoshop News is offering a lot of assistance with Adobe and Windows products. There are several articles on troubleshooting when trying to use Adobe products with Windows Vista and a few on using the new Adobe CS3 product with Mac OS X and Windows XP.

Don’t you just love it when a product comes out of Beta?