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Name Mangler is this week's Mac Gem: It's a great little tool for batch renaming files. http://buff.ly/1maHwtw
Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on LinkedIn Share on Pinterest If you deal with lots of files (and who doesn’t?), there are surely times when you have to rename a whole bunch of them at the same time. (A classic example: a bunch of image files with less-than-helpful names such as IMG_0001.jpg, IMG_0002.jpg, IMG_0003.jpg, and so on.) Plenty of Mac utilities exist that’ll help you rename files in batches—for example, w...
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iPhoto's great when you're starting out, but you may eventually hit a few cases that suggest it's time to upgrade: http://buff.ly/1iZGF9M
iPhoto is an excellent tool for basic photo management and editing, but if your library’s getting too big to handle or you need advanced editing options, it might be time to look into alternatives. Adobe’s Lightroom and Apple’s Aperture provide better management and image tools, while Photoshop and Photoshop Elements can augment iPhoto’s basic editing software with more powerful options. If you’re starting to feel like your library is getting out...
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There are lots of devices built to hold up your iOS device, but Dan Moren is unabashed in his love of the Stump Stand: http://buff.ly/1ii92lM
Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on LinkedIn Share on Pinterest There’s a lot of gear out there for your Apple devices, but how do you know which are worth your time and what’s not worth your money? In our Gear We Love column, Macworld’s editors tell you about the products we’re personally using—and loving. As tech writers, we see plenty of gadgets that promise to prop up an iOS device. Some are complex contraptions...
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I have it, and it works beautifully! It passed my turbulence-on-a-plane-test and packs easily! 
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Why do analysts say the crazy things they do about Apple? Jason Snell tries to understand their game: http://buff.ly/1nmuKWr
Apple has only “60 days left to either come up with [an iWatch] or they will disappear,” analyst Trip Chowdhry told CNBC last month. “It will become a zombie, if they don’t come up with an iWatch.” It’s easy—so very easy—to point at Chowdhry and laugh, because what he says is stupid. But it’s worth thinking about why Chowdhry and people who make similar proclamations about Apple (and the tech industry as a whole) are so completely clueless. Th...
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This week's iPhone case roundup has one that's all corners and another that teaches you how Italians say cheese. http://buff.ly/OQt9vH
One of the items in this week's roundup of new iPhone cases is all corners, while another teaches you how we Italians say cheese.
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On this week's podcast, Serenity Caldwell and Dan Moren talk Amazon's Comixology acquisition, the future of iTunes, and more: http://buff.ly/1eIJHCz
We’re back for another look at the past week in Apple (and related tech industry) news. We touch on Amazon’s purchase of Comixology and what the retail giant might get out of the deal, discuss the latest announcements and apps from Dropbox, try to read the tea leaves and figure out what the future of the iTunes Store holds, decide whether or not we’ll be upgrading our car stereos for aftermarket CarPlay units, and attempt to decipher just what is...
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Microsoft's OneNote is finally on the Mac, but Jeffery Battersby says it's not quite ready to face off against Evernote: http://buff.ly/1ii98d4
Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on LinkedIn Share on Pinterest Microsoft’s OneNote for Mac is a tool designed to help you quickly and easily collect, organize, and share notes, random (or not so random) thoughts, images, and other information. It is a product aimed squarely at the information collection sweet spot where Evernote is currently king of the hill. This initial Mac offering is unlikely to unseat the curren...
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OneNote for Mac is ok but has some misses-it doesn't have all features as compared to windows based OneNote. 
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Scheduling meetings can be a pain in the neck, but David Sparks's here with four tips for making it way easier. http://buff.ly/Q6qoHN
Let’s face it: Despite all the technology at our fingertips, scheduling and planning meetings is still a pain in the neck. Nobody can agree on where to meet or when. When meetings do get scheduled, people forget or show up unprepared. You’d think we could do better. Using your Mac, iPhone and the Web, of course, you can, but you have to use them right. Here are four tricks I’ve learned that use technology to plan meetings better. Automate the ...
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This always is the worst task. Automation is making it easier.
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When it comes to electronics, courtrooms are the new airplanes—if the Apple-Samsung trial is any indication, anyway. http://buff.ly/1i9pnJl
There’s a new sign on the door to Courtroom 5 at the federal courthouse in San Jose, the home to the Apple v. Samsung battle that’s playing out this month: “Please turn off all cell phones.” For a trial that centers on smartphones and the technology they use, it’s more than a little ironic. The entire case might not even be taking place if the market wasn’t so big and important, but the constant need for connectivity of everyone is causing prob...
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Don't be afraid of Bigby Wolf. Episode Two of The Wolf Among Us is a fun installment of the game. http://buff.ly/1ewvFOy
Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on LinkedIn Share on Pinterest The Wolf Among Us is an adventure in five parts where you play Bigby Wolf, sheriff of Fabletown and once the Big Bad Wolf. Episode Two: Smoke and Mirrors picks up directly after the events of Episode One and largely focuses on dealing with the fallout. With another grisly murder on his hands, Bigby Wolf must investigate more crime-scenes, question suspe...
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