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I've been a ScreencastsOnline member for a couple of years now so I know how good his reviews and tutorials of Macs, iPads, applications, etc, are.
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ScreenCastsOnline Offer – Get In The Draw For A Macbook Air

Don McAllister of ScreencastsOnline emailed me today to invite me to become an affiliate. I don’t know why he hasn’t had affiliates before because his shows are certainly share-worthy.
He writes about Macs, iPhones, iPads, and all things Apple, including programs and applications that are tailored to the Mac.
His screencasts are not dumbed down and they are immensely practical. They are explanations, reviews, and tutorials all rolled into one on how to get the best out of a piece of Mac hardware or an application.
Come to think of it, you don’t need to take my word for how good his reviews are. Several of the leading application software houses use his reviews in their websites.
There Are Some Free Episodes Too
There are also quite a number of episodes that are freely available to non-members and I suggest you watch a couple of those because you will get a good idea of just how good and how easy to watch and understand his tutorials are.
ScreenCastsOnline
I just checked and the affiliate commission is 30%, so I hope lots of people click and take out a subscription.
One more thing, Don is offering an 11 inch Macbook Air to one lucky member and the draw is on November 30. You are going to be in the draw if you sign up before that date.
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