For this weekend only, Macworld is opening up its doors for everyone to read its archive of weekly exclusive online articles that are usually available only to subscribers (print or online-only).

Each week, subscribers get to read a new feature that will never appear in the print edition of the magazine. Subscribers also get access to Macworld's Reviews and Labs archive.

Click here for over 60 free-for-this-weekend-only features including:

Grid computing for the rest of us

What's JDF and does it affect me?

New Blood, new Macs

iTunes draws the battle lines

Play it again: game emulation on the Mac

Into the fray: audio and X

Make sense of transparency flattening

From the Walkman to the iPod: The Culture of Mobile Listening.

Develop Safari's Power

Schools DV or not DV?

How to survive Unicode

iTunes vs. Microsoft: The little revolution that could.

Animation for all ? Macs bring 3D home

Life after PageMaker

Deep Purple's Roger Glover talks Mac

Get the most out of freeware

"Everything you think you know about colour managment is wrong"

The fight for broadband in rural Britain.

Is Font Book enough?

Panther and PDF get it on

XPress-a-like scripts ease you into Adobe InDesign

Pigmented inks vs dye-based inks

Exclusive Stephen Fry interview

G5 audio features in detail

Digital-camera calibration

Moving MIDI and audio applications to Mac OS X

Colour managing your desktop printer

Retouching blemishes

More Google Tips

OS X audio plug-in formats

Calibrating your colour scanner

Film sound and music support in Logic 6

Colour calibrate your LCD or CRT screen

Understanding resolution for print