Archive for the: January, 2014

Set Up a Gmail Account in Outlook 2011 for Mac

Here’s how to set up your Gmail account in Outlook 2011 for Mac.

How to Use Apple AirDrop in iOS 7

Sharing from your iPhone got a lot simpler once AirDrop became part of iOS. AirDrop allows you to share pictures, contacts, and more between iPhones (5 and up).

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Add Apps to Your iOS Wish List

A really cool feature of iOS7 is the ability to add apps your wish list. That is, you can browse apps and create a list to purchase at a later date. Here’s how.

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How Does Tim Ferriss, the King of Productivity, Handle His Email?

Author, chef, kickboxer, entrepreneur. Timothy Ferriss gets a lot of email. How does he manage it? Check twice a day, create rules, plus 3 other tips.

How To Set Up a Gmail Account in iOS 7

When you set up a Gmail account for devices running iOS7, there are a few tricks to ensure you get notifications correctly and your mail updates when you want.

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How to Use Quick Steps in Outlook 2013

Daily life has repetitive tasks — make the bed, shower, floss. So does Outlook 2013. Outlook, though, lets you to create Quick Steps to get things done.

How to Set Up Social Media Accounts in Mavericks (and Why)

With the release of OS X Mavericks, Apple has integrated social media into the core of the operating system more than ever before. See what that means.

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How to Reduce the File Size of a Picture 50% Using AppleScript

Photos have more megapixels than ever, which is great for viewing and terrible for sharing. Fortunately, there’s a way to reduce the size of pictures by half.

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How to Be as Productive as Einstein

Six days a week, Albert Einstein worked in the Swiss patent office. In the evenings, he somehow found time to revolutionize physics. Learn some of his productivity secrets.

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How to Set Up Email Forwarding in Gmail

There are a lot of reasons to forward emails from your Gmail account. Whatever the reason, setting it up is pretty straightforward. Here’s how.