Blogging With Your iPad: A Basic How-To

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You have an iPad. You’re surfing, you read and answer emails, read books, play games, watch movies, post to your blog… Wait, what? Post to my blog? No way! That’s way to hard. The apps don’t work well, and how, pray tell, do I deal with images? Huh, mister smarty pants professional blogger…oh right. While […]

Readdle Updates Calendars and Makes It Awesome


It’s funny how Apple do so many things really well, but just misses the boat on a few core apps on the iPad. Mail is a common whipping boy, but let’s not forget the build in Calendar app. Clunky, slow, cumbersome, and just not the best app in the world. Sure it works, but I […]

Zite adds user profiles to their app—Everyone can have their own view of the news


Zite for iPad—born in Vancouver through research at UBC and now owned by CNN—is one of those “best of breed” apps that makes keeping up with the news nearly painless. Except if you have lots of people using your iPad. So while you might be interested in all things Mac your spouse might what to […]

iOS 5, iCloud, and Lion Updates Will Start Really Changing Things

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The griping about the iPhone 4S—which the more I think of it is a great update to the iPhone 4—has overshadowed the real stuff that is going to make us love our iOS devices more—iOS 5, iCloud, and the Lion updates to support them. By all accounts, iOS 5 fixes how freakin’ annoying notifications are […]

Apple, Steve Jobs, and me


I was sitting downtown using a spare desk in the business services office when I found out. I was working on my MacBook Pro, writing and working on a seminar for how to back up your Mac when the first tweet came through on HootSuite. Steve Jobs was dead. And it hit me hard. […]