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.
You want to read a web page, but not just now. You want to save it to read later, but not clutter up your Bookmarks menu with a web page you’ll only visit once. In Lion Apple have solved this problem for you. Read how now. Or later.
Sometimes Safari on your iPhone or iPad misbehaves and you might might need or want to delete the browser cookies to fix the problem. Here’s how. This Tip also explains how to definitively quit an app on iOS devices.
No, you can’t put a Mac app on your iPhone. Here’s why, and a bit more info besides.
Take Control of TextExpander is very helpful not only for long-standing users of TextExpander but also those new to it. As an ‘old-hand’ I learned several new tricks that have already been worth more than the cost of the book.
The ‘Macintosh’ world is changing: MacTips are about all Apple products, not just Macs. Find out how things changed in June 2011, and what that means to you.