Category Archives: apple

Screencasting 101

This past weekend, I finally took the time to learn how to make a screencast tutorial. I’d scored a copy of ScreenFlow as part of a MacHeist bundle some time ago, but I’d never tried using it. This semester I’m … Continue reading

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Book ’em

I’ve spent the better part of my life reading and thinking about books. Lately that thinking and reading has turned more to the contemporary nature of books and reading. As I’ve noted elsewhere, I have mixed feelings about the move … Continue reading

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More Readers, More Reading

Jeremy Greenfield, Editorial Director of Digital Book World, asks in “Will More People Read Books Because of E-Books? Publishers Not So Optimistic,” As more people buy e-readers and tablet computer sales continue to grow, will more people read books than … Continue reading

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E-Reading

One of the things I get to do during the summer and semester breaks is read for fun. It’s not that I’m otherwise reading deprived, but rather than this time of year I have time to read non-work related stuff. … Continue reading

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I Did a Bad, Bad Thing

Hat tip to Chris Isaak A New OS So as many of you know, Apple released its latest operation system, OS X Lion, in July. Apple boasted that OS X 10.7 “the world’s most advanced desktop operating system,” with the … Continue reading

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Books, E or Otherwise?

Today, John Cole at Balloon Juice posted a call for recommendations for “something to read, but I don’t want anything but light crap- something like David Baldacci, Michael Crichton, Grisham, etc. Anything new that fits that genre that you would … Continue reading

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