Et Tu, iPhoto?

June 20, 2014

For as long as I can remember I was the guy with the camera. As a result I have a lot of boxes of photos (yes, physical prints), photo albums and gigabytes of image spread […]

Lightening the Load

February 24, 2014

This past week when I went into the office I left the ranks of the computer-backpack downtrodden. Over a year ago, back when I was ill, I had to carry everything in a bag because […]

Back to Doodling, Now on my iPad

December 24, 2013

A few weeks ago I got a fancy stylus for my iPad, not-ironically called Pencil from 53, makers of the iPad app, Paper. It’s renewed interest in using the iPad as a sketch device. A bit […]

iBooks Author & the Post-Website World

October 11, 2013

I just finished taking an extensive tutorial on the Apple product iBooks Author and it really got me thinking about the post website world. What I mean is that Apple has been trying for decades […]

Microsoft's Courier Tablet – Raised From the Dead… Kind'a

April 3, 2012

[youtube]Somehow this seems fitting at this time of year that a darling visionary product from the pre-iPad era, called the Courier Tablet, that Microsoft then killed after the iPad announcement, is back. Well, not […]

macworld2012: Day Three – Notes & Links

February 17, 2012

TT9102: Visual Note-Taking with the iPad (10:00am) Speaker: Rachel Smith, Director, Digital Facilitation Services, The Grove Consultants The iPad is the perfect tool for digital visual note-taking. Rachel pioneered this practice at Northern Voice, a Canadian […]

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