David Sparks has released not one but two brand new Field Guides to help make you a “digital ninja”. In the Siri Shortcuts Field Guide, David doesn’t just show you how to use the latest Apple productivity tool, but lets you download his example shortcuts so you can modify them to suit your own needs, not a bit of code required. Then, David delivers his personal productivity spin in the OmniFocus Field Guide to help you build a working task management system that you will understand and will work for you. He also talks about his transition to video-only training, his Learn.MacSparky.com site, and how sharks with lasers figures into it all.
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David Sparks is a trial attorney who finally came out of the closet and admitted he was a nerd several years ago. David publishes MacSparky.com and is the co-host of the Mac Power Users podcast. David also writes occasionally for Macworld and has authored a total of seven books including, Mac at Work and iPad at Work, 60 Mac Tips, Volume 1 with Brett Terpstra, Paperless, Markdown with Eddie Smith, Email and Presentations.