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Evernote – All Your Notes Everywhere

By on Jun 9, 2013 in Mobile | 0 comments

The subject of this week’s mobile App is Evernote. There was quite a buzz on the web-o-sphere when the application was initially launched.

Reconnect A Disconnected Bluetooth Magic Mouse

By on Oct 15, 2011 in Mac | 0 comments

How many times has your mouse has run out of batteries and found yourself automatically disconnected with no idea how to reconnect the mouse once you have put on new batteries?

Aperture 3: Delete Photos After Import from iPhone

By on Aug 19, 2011 in iOS, Tips | 1 comment

Aperture 3 is an amazing product. However, when importing images from an iPhone (or any other device like a digital SLR camera), it does not prompt the user to delete those images off the device. It turns out there is a simple fix for that but its not in Aperture at all.

How do I get photos off an iPhone on a Windows machine?

By on Aug 19, 2011 in iOS, Tips | 0 comments

What’s the best way to get the photos taking with the iPhone onto my computer? The iPhone will appear to any application that supports direct digital camera import as a digital camera device, similar the older digital cameras that were used before they started adopting a USB Disk Mode. If you start up the Windows XP “Scanner and Camera Wizard” the iPhone should appear as a camera device in there. You will not see it as a disk drive in Windows Explorer, and applications that are simply looking to read a folder from a mass storage device will not work with it. The application has to provide direct digital camera support. Apple officially supports Adobe Photoshop Album and Elements for photo transfer, but any application that can read a proper digital camera transfer should work fine. Note as well that your iPhone must not be locked with a password, otherwise photo...