Here’s a quick tutorial on how to smooth out (mute) highlights in your portrait using some simple Photoshop techniques.
Instead of launching Reminders and typing in information you feel is important, you can use this quick shortcut to not only create a reminder, but link to the exact email message you’ll need later.
Manually mounting a USB hard drive attached to your AirPort isn’t terribly difficult, but it can be a real nuisance. Here’s a great tutorial to automate the process using Apple’s Automator application.
A funny and informative snippet about QR codes from a Scott Stratten marketing presentation.
A quick video tutorial on how to use Adobe Photoshop CS6′s excellent Content-Aware Move tool.
A great introduction to using Photoshop Actions – one of the coolest features to save time when you want to apply the same effects to multiple images.
Adobe Photoshop CS6 offers an awesome new tool that allows you to quickly and easily select skin tones in your photos. Here’s a quick video to show you how.
Macworld has put together a nice piece on how to get started with Google Plus. However, the fact that the article is so long does illustrate what I’ve said in the past about G+.
While I’m not a frequent user of Google+, I encourage people to give it a try all the time. I love the product, for the most part. But the first comment on this Macworld article pretty much sums up how I feel about G+ as well.
When you’re setting your paragraph styles you must specify a font size. If you want to shrink your entire layout by 20%, you have to go to each style and manually alter it. Such a pain. But there is a really clever solution to the problem!