As mentioned in an earlier blog post by Tami, the days of everyone using iPhoto to collect and organize their photos is coming to a close. All indications is that when OS X 10.10.3 comes out (likely in early April), both iPhoto and Aperture will be replaced by the new Photos application. Most reviews read
As a C++ developer, one of the greatest challenges of working with Filemaker has been the discomfort of reliance on cloning. Cloning is copying the same functionality to a new context, and altering it slightly to fit. Cloning is bad. Very very bad. When functionality is copied, the bugs come along. When a bug is fixed,
Photos on the desktop will replace both iPhoto and Aperture. Here is a first look a the replacement. http://www.macworld.com/article/2891146/get-your-hands-on-photos-for-os-x-with-yosemite-10-10-3-public-beta-release.html The Beta is open to everyone. Sign up for the Yosemite Beta Program here; https://appleseed.apple.com/sp/betaprogram/redemption
Congratulations to Nicole on earning Technical Coordinator Certificate for Mac OSX 10.9! A step above Support Professional, Technical Coordinator certification includes more advanced topics such as Mac OSX Server.
Using the share extension on iOS 8, you can now upload a file to your Dropbox account from anywhere on iOS… http://www.cnet.com/how-to/how-to-save-a-file-to-dropbox-from-anywhere-on-ios/
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