I’m happy to announce that my latest tutorial is now available. This tutorial covers a lot and is several hours long, but don’t worry, it’s cut up into over 80 bite size lessons. This tutorial covers a lost and is several hours long, but don’t worry, it’s cut up into over 80 bite size lessons. I also grouped these lessons into several sections including Getting Started with the Mac, Working with the Menu Bar, Working with the Dock, What’s new in Mojave, Troubleshooting, and more. There’s a lot of information packed in this tutorial. I’ve also included a few free previews for you!
If you are new to the Mac or want to learn more about the Mac, take a look at my Tutor for macOS Mojave.
Interesting. It’d be pretty tough to introduce manufacturing back into the US. It’s nice that Apple tried, but the economics of it all makes it not very plausible.
But when Apple began making the $3,000 computer in Austin, Tex., it struggled to find enough screws, according to three people who worked on the project and spoke on the condition of anonymity because of confidentiality agreements.
In this free lesson for my upcoming Tutor for macOS Mojave, I look at how to use Hot Corners on the Mac. With Hot Corners, we can set our Mac to show the desktop or show all the open windows for an application just by moving the cursor to the corner of your display. There are other options available to including opening Mission Control, opening Launchpad, Locking the screen, and more. Hot Corners is a feature I use on a daily basis and is one of my favorite macOS features.
This is a free lesson from my upcoming tutorial on macOS Mojave. I hope to have all the videos recorded this week for this all new tutorial. Look for it soon!
In this free lesson for my upcoming Tutor for macOS Mojave, I look at how you move files from one folder to another by dragging and dropping, how you copy files from one folder to another by using the Option key, and how you copy files to an external drive. I also look at how you can group a selected group of files into a new folder on the Mac.
This is a free lesson from my upcoming tutorial on macOS Mojave. Look for it soon!
In this free lesson for my upcoming Tutor for macOS Mojave, I look at how the Dock works with documents and folders in macOS Mojave. This includes how to change the folder icon when placed in the dock, the view of the contents of the folder while in the dock, and how to change the sort order of the contents of the folder when in the dock in macOS Mojave.
I’m happy to announce that my latest tutorial, Tutor for Books for the Mac, is now available online and for download.
Did you know you could read your books on the Mac with the Books app? With the Books app you can download samples from the Book Store, organize your books in collections, free up space on your Mac by offloading your books to iCloud, change the text size and font while reading a book, bookmark pages, highlight text, and add notes to highlighted text. I take a look at all these features and more in Tutor for Books for the Mac.
“I think your responsibility actually goes further back than that,” he says. “It starts with the determination not to fall into the trap of just making things different. Because when a product has been highly regarded there is often a desire from people to see it redesigned. I think one of the most important things is that you change something not to make it different but to make it better.
I’m happy to announce I have a new tutorial available for the redesigned Books app on the iPhone.
In this tutorial, I look at the re-designed Books app on the iPhone. This was formally known as iBooks in previous iOS versions. So what’s new? In addition to a new name, Books, it has a new design, one that I find pleasing and easier to discover new books. In this tutorial I go through the major features of Books including managing your library, viewing and managing what you are reading now, navigating through a book including looking up definitions, hi-lighting and adding notes to text, and viewing your account settings and options. I also look at a few other tidbits throughout the lessons. If you are interesting in reading on your iPhone… as well as your iPad and Mac, take a look at the new Books app in Tutor for Books for the iPhone.
In a quiet corner of the third floor, Apple is building a newsroom of sorts. About a dozen former journalists have filled a few nondescript offices to do what many other tech companies have for years left to software: selecting the news that tens of millions of people will read.
Tim Cook had some strong words on privacy at a recent speech. Privacy has turned into the main ‘argument’ I use when someone asks me why an iPhone is better than others. Take a look at the 20 minute video to see what Tim had to say.
Cook said that modern technology has led to the creation of a “data-industrial complex” in which private and everyday information is “weaponized against us with military efficiency.” He added that this mechanism doesn’t just affect individuals, but whole societies.