by Scott Kelby OK, I have a MEGA-awesome tip today, courtesy of my dear friend Dave Clayton (co-host of the “He Shoots / He Draws” podcast), and it gets around the problem some pros in the community have pointed out that if you post from 3rd party apps from your computer, Instagram’s algorithm automatically limits the […]Read more "HOW TO NATIVELY POST TO INSTAGRAM FROM YOUR MAC"
by LastPass LastPass is a freemium password management service that stores encrypted passwords in private accounts. LastPass is standard with a web interface, but also includes plugins for many web browsers and apps for many smartphones. It also includes support for bookmarklets. Features A user’s content in LastPass, including passwords and secure notes, is protected by one master password. The content is […]Read more "LastPass Remembers All Your Passwords, So You Don’t Have To"
November 17, 2010 by Whitson Gordon, Macworld.com Reading PDFs in your browser, instead of downloading them and reading them in an app like Preview, is a nice convenience. But Safari is the only major Mac browser that has a read-PDFs-in-the-browser option turned on by default. Mac OS X Hints reader Typhoon14 notes that Chrome has […]Read more "View PDFs in Chrome"