Archive for the: February, 2014

How to Get Started With Remember The Milk

Remember The Milk lets you do much more than a basic to-do-list Web app, but it can be a bit overwhelming. Here are some tips to get you started.

How to Get Started With Google+

Curious about how Google+ works and what you can do with it? Getting started is easy, and when you’re done, you’ll be surprised at how much you like it.

How to Customize Flags in OS X Mail

With the updated Mail that comes with Mavericks, you can assign colors to flags and rename them to make sorting your email even easier.

De-Stress Your Social Media Life: Twitter

Here are the best ways to get your Twitter feed under control so you can stay productive while still staying up to speed on what’s important to you.

6 Google Calendar Tips and Tricks for Power Users

Check out these 6 tips and tricks to see how you can be better at using Google Calendar and get everything you can from this free application.

Benjamin Franklin’s 7 Best Productivity Tips

The founding father was a scientist, writer, inventor, and a master of getting things done. Here are seven of his best productivity tips.

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How to Fix the Notification Center in OS X

This feature originally introduced in OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion is pretty great, but like everything else, it can be better with a little tweaking.

Using Hot Corners in Mac OS X

If you’re wondering how you minimize all your open windows so you can see the desktop, try a feature called Hot Corners, which also does some other cool things.

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How to Use the Repair Disk Permissions Feature in Mac OS X

Some argue whether Repair Disk Permissions should be performed as regular maintenance. Here’s some background on the procedure and how to do it.

De-Stress Your Social Media Life: Facebook

Follow these tips for de-stressing your Facebook experience so you can spend less time on it while still getting all the social connection you need.