I was fortunate enough to record a new “ChitChat Across the Pond” segment with my dear friend Allison Sheridan from for the NosillaCast podcast last night. The live show will be recorded on Sunday, and, unless I’m mistaken, it will Allison’s 400th episode. Congrats to her and may she record many, many more. We talked [...]
I have found that our Mac Community can sometimes overlook other solid technology in favor of our solid Apple technology. Case in point, the Apple iPhone and the Samsung Galaxy smart phone. We all love our iPhones, but the Samsung Galaxy smartphone made many heads turn of late and with good reason. For that reason, [...]
The problem is you live in Germany but you want to watch NetFlix, maybe you live in Canada and you want Spotify. Maybe you live in the US but you’re traveling abroad and you want to watch shows from your Hulu account. The solution in the past has been to use a VPN which can [...]
Our good friend and pioneer in the Mac screencasting field, Don McAllister, has just published his own magazine through the iPad Newstand. The new ScreenCastsOnline Monthly magazine is an interactive multimedia magazine. The magazine contains streaming HD video, audio and text. Each month you can expect hints, tips and tutorials that new and experienced Mac [...]
When I purchased my new iPad last week I was wondering if the iPad warranty from Apple was the best choice, or if a third party company such as SquareTrade might be the best route to take. So I contacted Vince Tseng from SquareTrade and asked him a few questions. I’ll let you make your [...]
With this difficult economy that the whole world is trying to contend with, it’s no wonder penny-pinching has become a way of life. Online resources suggesting ways how to save money on this and that have become valuable tools for a lot of entities – individuals and businesses alike. Then came the emergence of collective [...]
B&H has done it again ! (They are also an affiliate of Surfbits.com) Introducing the New Canon DOUBLE rebate page. Expiring June 2nd 2012 How it Works: 1. You click on the link below 2. Choose a camera body and then choose a lens or speedlight (or both) 3. Start jumping up and down in [...]
This week’s deal is for today only. B&H (Affiliate of Surfbits.com) is having a 50% off sale on Adobe Photoshop Elements and Premier Elements. Check it out at $49.95 and the two apps together for only $69.95. Please click thru on the link below. Thank you. Your browser does not support iFrame. Adobe Photoshop Elements [...]
I’ve just had something happen that proves that Gmail has a mind of its own, but you knew that already didn’t you? Here’s what happened. About a month ago you may remember how I was lamenting the fact that for no apparent reason Gmail deleted all my labels (folders) that I had accumulated over the [...]
As you may know by now, I have a geek passion for fountain pens and all that goes along with that passion, paper, journals, ink and more. I think there are many of you that read this blog that enjoy the same passion as I do, or at least you might enjoy it if you [...]
We talked about this service on my last MacReviewCast. Today BetaNews has an in-depth look at Minus online storage provider I wanted to share with you. It’s worth a look if you want to share large files for free.
“There are plenty of free online storage providers around, but most provide only one or two gigabytes of space in their basic accounts: not much, by modern standards.
Minus stands out, though, by offering a whole 10GB, free of charge. The service supports files up to 2GB in size; these can be private, shared individually through links, or entirely open to public view; and there are no transfer limits, very useful if you’ve large files you’d like to distribute and you’re worried about potential bandwidth costs. And these are just some of the plus points of the Minus service.
If you have a need to publish a newsletter, or maybe you feel you have knowledge that you want to share, (For a price), with people around the world, then TinyLetter may be just what you’re looking for.
I’ve received several emails over the last years that ask me if my blog or my podcast Web site is down. I check and everything seems just fine. I then ask other users if they are having trouble and when I hear that there is no problems, I assume the problem with the initial report [...]
Tim’s work combines several of his greatest passions: technology, teaching, photography, writing, and travel. all of these have been part of his life in some way for as long as he can remember, and became a major focus starting in high school. he has been focused on digital photography and imaging for over 10 years.
Tim has written more than a dozen books and hundreds of magazine articles on photography and imaging. he publishes the digital darkroom Questions email newsletter, as well as the Digital Darkroom Quarterly print newsletter. tim teaches through workshops, seminars, and appear ances at major events, and is a member of the photoshop World dream team of instructors.
This book is really one question after another Tim answered over the years, arranged in an order that makes sense and explains how to get the best picture possible from your digital camera. Chapter headings are:
MacHeist is having another bundle sale, this time itâ€™s 6 apps and theyâ€™re Free! Wonder Warp Software’s Shovebox: Temporary information storage Hog Bay Software’s WriteRoom: "Distraction-free" word processor Iconfactory’s Twitterrific: Twitter client TinyGrab’s TinyGrab: Screenshot sharing Freeverse’s Hordes of Orcs: Tower defense game After 500,000 folks download the bundle, the 6th app will be [...]