5/30/16
Trend lines can help you find meaning in what could seem like random data. One example looks at daily sales for a store and finds an upward trend over the course of a year. Another example looks at physics data and converts it to a mathematical formula. (more...)
5/25/16
When you get junk email, you should never trust the from field to be accurate. It is easy to fake the from field making the email appear to come from anyone, even people you know. Spammers will use this to fool people into opening their email. If someone gets spam that appears to come from you, most likely it is not because your computer or email account have been compromised, but simply that your email address is being spoofed. (more...)
5/23/16
With Safari in El Capitan you can subscribe to news feeds in the left sidebar and see an aggregated list of items that update automatically. You can also include Twitter and LinkedIn feeds. This allows you to see the news from your favorite sources all in one place without needing to go to individual web sites. (more...)
5/18/16
When you need to upload a photo to a web page, you are first given the option to select a file. But you can use the Media, Photos option to instead select a photo from your Photos Library. This saves you the steps of needing to export the photo and then delete the file later. (more...)
5/9/16
Video Tutorial: Using Safari Reader View
If you are trying to read an article online and the font is too small, too light, or other page elements are too distracting, you can use Safari's Reader View to focus on just the text and other primary elements of the article. It is easy to turn Reader View on and off. Once on, you can adjust the font, font size and background color. (more...)
5/4/16
Video Tutorial: Recording Your Screen
You can record your Mac's screen using only the QuickTime Player app that comes with OS X. It is easy to record and then you get to preview the result before saving. (more...)
5/2/16
Video Tutorial: Creating Online Surveys
You can use Google Forms to create simple online surveys for just about anything. You can use them for business or personal projects. You can ask multiple choice or open-ended questions and include a variety of other The results can be viewed her response, or as a spreadsheet. (more...)
4/27/16
Video Tutorial: Adding Fonts To Your Mac
You can add more fonts to your Mac which you can use in Pages and other apps. You can get fonts online, but you need to be careful and think about font licensing and copyrights. Adding a font is ask easy as double-clicking on the right file once you have download the font files. The Mac app Font Book will launch and install the font. (more...)
4/25/16
Video Tutorial: Using Faces In Photos
The Faces feature in Photos is one of the most useful parts of the app. Once you start using it, it is easy to find photos of the people in your life. You can then access these photos quickly when you need them. (more...)
4/20/16
If you have a website you should make sure it looks good on a variety of devices like phones, tablets and various computer display sizes. You can use Safari's Responsive Design Mode to preview your site at various screen sizes. (more...)
4/18/16

If you like to have precise control over the size and position of your windows, you should know some keyboard and mouse controls that allows you to local the window edges to the sides of the screen. You can also use the third-party app BetterSnapTool to supercharge your window control efforts. (more...)

4/13/16

Mac Keynote: Creating Presentations On Your Mac is a complete Udemy course with 50 lessons including short practical examples of how to build interesting and compelling slides. It includes 3.5 of video tutorials from MacMost host and producer Gary Rosenzweig.
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4/13/16
Often you need to type a name, special word or non-dictionary word on your iPhone or iPad. Autocorrect will then replace that word with something else from its dictionary. You can easily force iOS to accept anything you type by tapping one button. (more...)
4/11/16
There are four basic techniques that every pro Mac user knows and practices every day to get the most from their Mac. Learn how to use these four techniques to use your Mac more productively and efficiently. (more...)
4/6/16
A new feature in Mac OS X 10.11.4 and iOS 9.3 allows you to lock some or all of your notes in the Notes app. You can assign a single password that works for all locked notes in your iCloud account. You can lock and remove the lock on notes on your Mac, iPad or iPhone. This provides an extra layer of security if you store sensitive information in some of your notes. (more...)