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Mac Automation: Moving Projects to Archive

[lead dropcap=”yes”]Every week, I edit about a dozen podcast episodes that include a whole bunch of big files. Once the show is posted and scheduled, those files can be moved to archival storage1, which in my case is a Synology DS418... [Continue Reading]

Mac Menu Bar Apps

Mac Menu Bar App Massive Review

[lead dropcap=”yes”]Among the most useful and most overlooked of Mac software applications are Menu Bar Apps. These are small, often single-purpose applications that reside in the top-right part of your Mac’s menu bar, usually behind a... [Continue Reading]

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More Must-Have Mac Apps

[lead dropcap=”yes”]After posting my previous blog post on my Must-Have Mac Apps, a number of friends and readers suggested even more apps that they must have, and I had to admit that I could add many more to my list. And so here are... [Continue Reading]

Mac apps

My Must-Have Mac Apps

Update: For more must-have Mac apps, see my follow up article where I give you six more apps. [lead dropcap=”yes”]As a known Mac geek in my social circles, I often hear from people who are switching to Macs or iPhones or iPads and asked... [Continue Reading]

Apple's iCloud Photo Library

Syncing Photos to One Photo Library

Apple’s iCloud Photo Library and its hooks into the Mac, iPhone, iPad, and AppleTV is a very good solution to the problem of all these photos we take now in all sorts of place. So if I take photos with my iPhone, I can always be assured of having... [Continue Reading]

Lidia cooks for the Pope

Famed Italian chef, grandmother, cookbook author, restaurateur, and PBS cooking show host Lidia Bastianich was enlisted to cook not one, but three meals for Pope Benedict when he was in New York last week. When Lidia and her parents emigrated to the... [Continue Reading]

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