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Kissell Hotfoots it out of Paris Following Take Control Live Premiere

Following the premiere of the first episode his four-part video presentation, Take Control Live: Working With Your iPad, Joe Kissell packed up the remaining assets of the Take Control media complex in Paris, France, in preparation for his move to Southern California later this month. Show #1 of the series, “The Three R’s,” which was…

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Joe Kissell Gives Lively Interview about Take Control Live

Chuck Joiner of [MacVoices][1] and [MacVoicesTV][2] captured Take Control author, Joe Kissell, for a lively interview in which they discussed his foray into live streaming video with the first entry in the new Take Control Live series, Take Control Live: Working with Your iPad. Listen, or watch, to find out how this new series came…

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Getting the Book Invented Properly

Coincidentally, the day after Take Control of iBooks Author was released, [The Literary Platform][1], a site that showcases projects experimenting with literature and technology, announced the winner of its Douglas Adams Animation competition. Entries in that [competition][2] had to provide animation for an audio track that Douglas Adams recorded in the early 1990s to promote…

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Take Control of TextExpander on MacVoices

Chuck Joiner’s popular podcast features an interview with Michael E. Cohen, the author of Take Control of TextExpander this week. You can enjoy the dulcet tones of Michael’s voice in the audio version of the podcast at http://www.macvoices.com/wordpress/macvoices-1175-michael-e-cohen-takes-control-of-textexpander/. Or, if you wish to gaze at his striking visage as well, go to the video version…

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Listen to Joe Talk about DEVONthink

In MacVoices #1066, Joe decompresses from his many months of writing work to complete Take Control of Getting Started with DEVONthink 2 and chats with host Chuck Joiner about some unique aspects of the DEVONthink ebook project. He talks what DEVONthink is, describing it as “a centralized-storage-place, seach-tool, indexing, document-management everything, for just about any…

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