Technology is everywhere, and it is not surprising that there is a watch that you can use to track your fitness regime. TomTom in association with Nike have come up with an intuitive wearable gadget (a watch) that can be used to track how many miles you run, swim, total distance you cover on foot [...]
The new MacTips book, A MacTips Sparkler, Volume 1, March 2013 (US$10), offers 79 Tips for using Macs, iPhones & iPads that will spark ideas and add sparkle to your work and leisure. Buy before the end of March 2013 for a massive discount.
If you’re like me you’d rather not think about passwords. Unfortunately though we just can’t avoid them, and ignorance can costs us thousands of dollars, our reputation and a heap of anguish. Joe Kissell’s book makes the whole subject both tolerable and interesting, and his advice is clear, sensible and level-headed. After only a few pages I realised this was a must-read book. Here’s why.
OmniOutliner is an excellent app that I use for all my ToDo lists and basic record-keeping where simple sums are handy, such as records of sales. I use it for note-taking and project outlines too. It’s powerful software, but here are some reasons I have it open all the time on my Mac.
Rich Mogull, an independent security consultant and writer, finds it hard to recommend Mac antivirus tools for most consumers.
As the title suggests, this is a book for competent Mac users who would like to push their skills and knowledge further. Don’t read this book in a sitting though. Instead, work your way through chapter by chapter incorporating the advice and suggestions.