Michael Cohen and our friends at Take Control Books have just released Take Control of PDFpen 6, and Michael displays his enthusiasm for both the book and the program in this discussion. Starting with the fact that he *wanted* to write this book (a characteristic of all Take Control authors), Michael talks about the hot new features of PDFpen 6, including the ability to export to Microsoft Office format. Not sure why that’s a big deal? Michael gives a real-world example, and points out that, just because you are exporting to Office format doesn’t mean you have to use Office. How he teaches you to use and appreciate the power of PDFpen, some little-known features, the philosophy of Smile and their software, and why the software gets better and better are among some of the other topics Michael discusses.
Digital photography expert Derrick Story has a new book with a very specific focus. iPad for Digital Photographers is your guide to getting the most out of Apple’s tablet if you are into photography. Derrick talks about why the iPad is such a compelling and useful device for photographers of all experience levels. With tips on [...]
MacVoices #13137: Ted Landau on Apple TV, Apple Televisions and a Possible Turning Point in Apple’s Operating Systems
Ted Landau talks about the benefits of multiple Apple TVs (and why he now has one on every screen in his home), whether an Apple television makes sense, and how we all consume our video entertainment. Ted then takes aim at the next version of iOS and discusses what effect the absence of Scott Forstall [...]
Karen Anderson has many passions, one of which is the subject of blogging. In the first of a series of conversations on the subject, Karen helps us understand where we’re going by learning about where we’ve been in the world of blogging. Didn’t know blogging had a history? It does, from an origin in a [...]
TekRevue is the newest tech news and information site on the web, and we’ve got the founder and head guy, Jim Tanous, to tell us about it. Jim talks about why, in an already rich environment, he wanted to do something a little different, and what TekRevue will bring to the party. Jim explains what [...]