Too many Photos?

About ten minutes after you start using your first digital camera or iPhone to take and store photos you’ll realise three things; 1) you already have too many photos and; 2) you have thousands of duplicates. And not long after this… you’ll begin to realise 3) you cannot find anything. Let’s address all three… but …

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Yes, you have google

This article comes on the heels of a conversation I had with my mother-in-law a few days back. A mac user for many years she confidently claimed that she couldn’t go to a particular website because it required google and she didn’t have google. If she could have seen my face (fortunately this was one …

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A brief word about your next Mac

So perhaps you are thinking of buying a new Mac or the one you ordered last week has just arrived. Then, as is always the way, you hear something new and better is coming. And coming soon. Have you just wasted your money? Is the Intel Mac going the way of the Dodo or Fidget …

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Big Sur… what does it mean for you?

Another year and another worldwide developers conference. Like everything else in the world this keynote was turned upside down by the COVID-19 pandemic. Apple decided to hold the worldwide developers conference virtually and make it free for everyone. I’m sure a lot of people, me included, wondered what they were going to do and how …

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A super FAQ

Hello. How are you all? The last time I submitted an article I recall, with waves of embarrassment, saying I was going to get loads of articles out of the way because I was stuck at home. How wrong I was!. I don’t think we have been busier since the lockdown started. So apologies for …

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