Joe Kissell helps you make your Mac run smoother in his new book, Maintaining Your Mac: A Joe On Tech Guide. Joe covers Apple utilities, third-party utilities and good computing practices in his bid to keep your computer running smoothly.
Jackie Dove has some tips on picking alternatives to Adobe’s Photoshop for those who don’t want to pay the price in cash or learning curve, but still want to improve their photos. Based on an article she did for The Next Web…
Joe Kissell has a new book (what a surprise!), Take Control of Keynote, and he explains why he took two separate approaches to advising you on Apple’s presentation program. First, Joe looks at the technical aspects of Keynote…
Kirk McElhearn has released Take Control of iTunes 12, a title that not only covers Apple’s music player as well as the new Apple Music service. Kirk takes us through the goods and no-so-goods of the new iTunes and Apple’s streaming music service.
Jeff Carlson just finished Photos for OS and iOS, his effort to help you get the most out of Apple’s new photo app and services, what Photos and its related cloud-based options bring to the table for all levels of photographers.
Michael E. Cohen is back with the second edition of Take Control of TextExpander, the book that helps you get the most out of both TextExpander 5 and TextExpander 3, discussing how the new version offers snippet suggestions and automatic snippet creation
Ted Landau provides some perspective on the future and why he thinks we are living in it. From Apple’s Siri to the Amazon Echo to his Ring Doorbell, Ted is quickly getting used to having problems solved or inconveniences resolved just by verbally asking.