We had another week of less-than-spectacular productivity. But I have a motto: “The sooner you fall behind, the more time you have to catch up.” We’ll be doing a lot of that in the coming weeks.
Shockingly, after a few pretty intense weeks, we had no book releases this week. For a business called Take Control, we have depressingly little control over our schedule. Joe explains why.
We released another four updated books this week. Yay! Only an indefinite number left to go. Joe looks forward to another Apple event and talks about the importance of voting.
We released updated books on Apple Watch and Shortcuts this week, and there are still dozens of books in the queue to be updated in the coming (potentially challenging) weeks and months.
It was an exciting but exhausting week with five book releases. More—many more—are in the works for future weeks. Joe discusses what’s underway, talks about the Library page, and covers the ins and outs of logging in.
We have a new book on podcasting this week, and Apple made a bunch of announcements. Next week we turn on the firehose of book updates, which will continue for a couple of months.
The official Take Control to-do list shrank significantly this week, and we’re getting very close to releasing several new and updated books. Of course, Apple’s upcoming announcements could throw a wrench into our plans.
We have new books on Big Sur and iOS 14/iPadOS 14! In addition, Joe addresses two FAQs: why are Take Control filenames inconsistent, and what should you do if you don’t receive download links for your purchase?
We released a new, free book on Zoom this week, as well as an update to our paid Zoom book. More titles are coming next week! In the meantime, Joe has a few thoughts to share about free books and email contact preferences.
In the final 10 days of the month, we might have anywhere from one to five book releases. Also, other unspecified things may or may not happen in the future. We guarantee it!