Apple has made many changes and improvements to Mountain Lion’s chatting apps, but it can all get a little confusing. In his new book, Take Control of Messages in Mountain Lion, Glenn Fleishman addresses that confusion head-on, helping users make sense of the changes in names, changes in interface, and how you can use all the options to keep in touch with friends or business associates in an easier, more effective fashion. Whether you are using a Mac, iPhone or iPad, trying for text, audio or video chatting, Glenn helps you get the most out of your communications options.
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Glenn Fleishman is a TidBITS contributing editor and a Seattle journalist who covers technology for publications like The Economist, The Seattle Times, and Ars Technica. Glenn is a senior contributor at Macworld, and writes regularly for BoingBoing. For TidBITS, Glenn builds and runs much of the technology infrastructure. Glenn lives in Seattle with his wife, Lynn, sons Ben and Rex, two iPhones, an iPad, and a dozen Macs of various vintages. You can find out what’s on his mind by following him on Twitter.
Take Control of Messages in Mountain Lion by Glenn Fleishman
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