By default the Mac copies a file if you drag it from one drive to another. If you don’t want to keep the original though, hold down the Command key to move the file instead.
If you’ve spent a lot of energy on styling one chunk of text and need other chunks styled just the same way, then copying and pasting just the style — without the text itself — is the way to go. Here’s how.
Keyboard Maestro can do some very clever things with the clipboard and that’s great for anyone who writes. It’s also a good way to run Applescripts and Shell scripts. Here’s how to get even more work out of Keyboard Maestro.
Command Option Shift v in many programs allows you to paste text from elsewhere while matching the style of the paragraph you’re pasting into.
Sick of copy and pasting one item at a time? There are ways to load up the clipboard with multiple clips and then paste them all. Here’s one way.
Copy a podcast link and subscribe with iTunes. Here’s how.