Our Macs serve a lot of purposes, and maybe the most common is as a writing tool. Whether for emails or Facebook posts, articles or books, the computer is our go to for turning thoughts and ideas into text.
Streaming videos have made our favorite content available pretty much anywhere we go. It’s also made the loss of an internet connection cause for disappointment and frustration. Luckily, it’s real easy to download your favorite streaming video from basically any site straight to your hard drive.
This is a great time for learners. Because of the internet, mobile devices, and other tech advances, it’s effortless to get at basically all of humanity’s information. Of course, that also makes it harder than ever to stay focused and organized. Note taking is proven to be helpful for study. But we’re less likely than ever to scrawl in our textbooks as we read.
iPhones and iPads are great platforms for movies, TV shows and music. That is, if you can get them on there and working. iTunes doesn’t always make it easy, and some popular formats like FLAC don’t work at all.
Today’s movies and TV shows are more popular than ever before. That makes screenwriting a job that’s never been more lucrative or impactful. And like photography, video, and music, there’s an industry standard software for screenwriters.
PDFs. If you work in a digital workplace, you’re dealing with this ubiquitous document format. It’s no wonder why: in addition to making written content look great, they’re flexible and convenient. That is, until you try to edit one.
Where would we Mac users be without Search and Spotlight functions? Well sometimes the answer is: right where we started. Unfortunately, Search isn’t always the best way to get at the files and folders we’re really looking for.
When it comes to videos, the internet is like Scrooge McDuck’s vault: Full of endless riches to swim through. But with streaming video, no internet connection means being stuck with whatever’s on your hard drive.