Monthly Archives: August 2013

Speed Up Technician Calls With An Information Dump

Have you ever been a situation where you are contacting someone (Apple, software tech help, etc.) for technical help for your Mac, and had them ask “what were you doing when the problem occurred?” If you are like me you … Continue reading

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Adding Notes to documents

A gentleman who read my post on using Stickies wrote to ask about some kind of sticky note that could be attached to documents, such as Microsoft Word. He said that notes on his desktop were not a help. I’m … Continue reading

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Siri To The Rescue

Siri is there (on your iPhone) so let it do the work for you. To get to Siri hold down the Home button until you hear the beeps. Tell Siri to create new notes for you. Say “Note”. Siri will … Continue reading

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Video Review of Snapheal

  Snapheal is a cool app that lets you remove items from images. I did a video review which you can see at: http://vimeo.com/72911501  

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Mail Searching – Faster

I think this is just too cool because it saves me all kinds of work. It has to do with finding messages fast. I have five email addresses and each one has its own mail box. The mail in each … Continue reading

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Sending Messages Via Siri

Back in April I published a post on how to get Siri to answer your emails on your iPhone. This tip is also about using Siri on your iPhone or iPad, but this time I am covering creating and typing … Continue reading

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