Gaz is away and James Turner jumps into the mix to discuss with Guy what might have been the outcome if Steve Jobs hadn’tRead More
The sound is good, the time is right, but it’s still the same GMen. Messages somehow confuses my son Peter AND Dave Hamilton forRead More
Tim Robertson and David Cohen are back with a fun episode after David nukes the show notes. Is iCloud and Pages really ready forRead More
We get caught up on Guy’s adventure buying a car in Florida and how Gaz gets his iTunes for cheaps! The GMen go overRead More
Download the show here Subscribe in iTunes It’s Guy’s birthday and he’ll podcast if he wants to, but Skype seems to think it’s aRead More
Download and listen here Subscribe in iTunes The Ladies share free or low cost software alternatives for higher priced programs. WE HAVE A WEBRead More
Download the show here Subscribe in iTunes The Ladies suggest various apps, web sites, and items to help students heading back to school orRead More
Much of the recognition with Siri on the new iPhone 4S is its ability to schedule meetings, set timers and reminders, and come upRead More
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How excited I was to dream of Pages living in the Apple-lined cloud where I could create and edit my documents from anywhere at anytime with those files being served from one location with an ingenious silky-smooth Apple syncing system keeping all of my devices current and up to date. Let’s call it, MobileMe 2.0.
Are you using the iWork ’09 application Suite? If not, and you would like too, this book will really get you up to speed quickly. If you are already using them, then this book is a great reference tool that even old dogs like me can use to find helpful tips and advice.
If you haven’t noticed yet, each of Apple’s main creative suite applications including iMovie, iDVD, Address Book, Keynote, Pages, Numbers, and now, Mail’s Stationery feature, includes a photo browser whereby you can access photos stored and managed in your iPhoto and Aperture libraries.
A true Mac user would never be caught buying a Hallmark greeting card when he or she has TextEdit, AppleWorks, Pages or some other graphic layout program installed on his or her Mac. If you have Pages installed, you can whip a out nice Mother’s Day letter that will be more meaningful and personal than all the store bought cards you’ve purchased in the past.Read More