Joe Kissell joined host Chuck Joiner on MacVoices to talk about Take Control of Sonoma. In part one, Joe talks about the upgrade process (and how to decide whether to upgrade) and some of the new features in Sonoma. In part two, Joe complains says more about Sonoma’s new features.
Jeff Carlson joined host Chuck Joiner on MacVoices to talk about Take Control of Your Digital Photos, Third Edition. In part one, Jeff talks about managing vast numbers of digital photos and some of the apps that can help. In part two, Jeff says more about photo management apps as well as individual strategies and…
This has been a rough week, what with continuing payment processing issues and eleventy-five book updates we’re pushing to release as soon as humanly possible.
We’ve been having problems (again!) with Apple Pay, and possibly with PayPal too. Or, rather, we’re having problems with FastSpring, who’s having problems with these payment methods.
We released our books on iOS 17/iPadOS 17 and Sonoma today! And we have just an enormous list of other titles in the pipeline, with at least seven more releases planned for September alone.
We released an updated book about managing your digital photos this week, and a whole bunch of other manuscripts are working their way through the editing and publication process.
We released a new edition of Take Control of Your Paperless Office this week. Our books on Sonoma and iOS 17/iPadOS 17 are getting close, and yet another book will be published next week. Busy times!
Joe Kissell joined host Chuck Joiner on MacVoices to talk about Take Control of Your Paperless Office, Fourth Edition. In part one, Joe talks about what has changed in the past six years when it comes to the paperless office, including better, cheaper, and easier-to-use OCR software. He also discusses changes in scanner hardware. In…
We’re getting tantalizingly close to a bunch of big book releases, the first one or two of which should be next week, with more expected by the end of August. In other news, Canada is on fire.
As we get closer to the release of Apple’s annual operating system updates, work is ramping up on a long list of new and updated titles. So much for summer vacation.