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Sep 21
HobbyMac Volume One Disc Label

HobbyMac Volume One Disc Label

The October Disc of the Month is called HobbyMac and is now available for downloading from the Niche FTP site using the standard login details.

HobbyMac Volume One is a collection of software that allows you to use your Mac to help pursue other hobbies and includes more than 50 applications to assist you pursue over two dozen different hobbies.

Hobby – def: An activity or interest pursued outside one’s regular occupation and engaged in primarily for pleasure.

HobbyMac – def: A collection of software that allows you to use your Mac to help pursue other hobbies.

Amateur Radio
Aether
Black Cat CW Keyer
Elmer
Morse Mania
Multimode

Astronomy
Stellarium

Comics
Comic Book Lover
Wednesdays List

Cooking & Drinks
A Cook’s Books
BarGenie
Barssentials Drink Guide
Computer Cuisine Deluxe
CookWare Deluxe
MacGourmet Deluxe
Mealplan
Nutritionist
Organized Gourmet
Wine XT
YummySoup!

Crafts
Dress Assistant
Knitting Wizard
Stitches

Genealogy
MacFamilyTree
Osk

Lego
Bricksmith
LEGO Digital Designer

Library Collections
Bookpedia
Booxter
Cdpedia
Delicious Library
DvdHunter
Dvdpedia
Librarian Pro
Library Books

Model Rail
Rail Modeller
Empire Express

Pets
Fluffys Log
SafeCat
SafeDog

Puzzles
Crossword Wizard
Crossword Forge
QuizMaster Pro
Quiz Press

Sport
DivotTracker
eScoreboard
Golfcard
Golf XPress
Knapsack
MacDive
Runners Log
Scorecard
Weightmania

And don’t forget the Ultimate Collection of Open Source Software for Mac OS X is also available and if you want it can go on sale in October as well.

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2 Responses to “DotM for October: HobbyMac Volume One”

  1. HobbyMac Volume Two: April’s DotM | AppleUsers.org Says:

    […] Don’t forget to check out HobbyMac Volume One, which was released October 2008 and contains more than 50 applications to assist you to persue […]

  2. Presentation Ideas | AppleUsers.org Says:

    […] HobbyMac Volume One and HobbyMac Volume Two: Demonstrate how your Mac, and now an iPad or iPhone, can assist you in your non-computing hobbies. […]

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