Sunday, February 27, 2011

iWork: How To Save A Pages File With An Office Compatible Extension



This is a short tutorial on how to save your Pages file so that it can be opened by Microsoft Office. This is especially helpful if you are sharing files between a mac and a PC. The extension that is used by Microsoft Office is (.doc). Almost all word processing applications can open this extension.

OSX
iWork: Paages

Saturday, February 26, 2011

5 Tips To Get The Most Out Of MobileMe


5 Tips To Get The Most Out Of MobileMe

1. Use Your Email Aliases
Everyone who uses MobileMe gets a default email address (username@me.com). One great feature of MobileMe is that you get to have multiple email aliases. This is great because you can make an alias for anything. An example would be to have a spam email address to give out to sites that make you register. That way you don't have to get a million annoying emails. You can also make one for your business or organization. All of the email aliases you create will show up just like a normal email, but you can disable or delete the address at any time. Great for keeping spam down.

2. Use iDisk To Its Full Potential
iDisk is part of the MobileMe apps that you get. It allows you to upload any file to be stored in the cloud so you can access it from any computer in the world. There is also an app called iDisk on the App Store available for free to all MobileMe members, this app can be installed on your iPod Touch, iPhone, and iPad. Remember that iDisk is perfect for those really big files that you want to share with your friends.

3. Host Your Website Using MobileMe
With MobileMe you can host your own website with custom domain name. All you have to do is buy a domain from GoDaddy or another site. Follow the MobileMe instructions on how to install the custom domain name and blam, you got your own website. This is a free and easy way to host your own website. Plus MobileMe is built to work with iWeb. iWeb is part of the iLife suite that comes preinstalled on all Mac computers.

4. Use Gallery
Gallery is yet another app that comes with MobileMe. You can use Gallery to upload all of your pictures, videos, and music online. This works great as a small backup or a great way to share you media with your friends. The Gallery app is available on The App Store for your iPad, iPod Touch, or iPhone. You can make your galleries public or private depending on who you want to see it.

5. Back Up Your Contacts and Calenders
One of the greatest things about MobileMe is that it will automatically backup and share all of your contacts and calendars with all of your devices. It will back them up to the cloud for storage. This means that you can access your contacts and calenders from any computer in the world. This is most excellent because anytime you get a new device MobileMe will automatically copy your contacts onto it. Also if you add a new contact to your iPhone, MobileMe will add that contact to all of your other devices. When it comes to your Calender MobileMe is great. You can share your calender with your friends or coworkers to so they can know what your doing and when.

Thursday, February 24, 2011

How To Adjust Your Macs Audio Properties



The above is a quick tutorial on how to adjust your Mac's audio properties. This is very useful for hooking your computer up to HDTVs and Audio Interfaces. When your having a problem with your audio output or input this is going to be the place to check your settings.

System Properties> Sound

OSX 10.6

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

How To Consolidate Your iTunes Media Into One Folder




This video will show you how to consolidate you iTunes Library into one folder. This will keep everything organized and in order. iTunes will do all the work for you with just a few mouse clicks. This also makes it easier to back up your hard earned iTunes media.

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

iPhone 4 Price Per a Month: AT&T vs Verizon

Here is a comparison of AT&T vs Verizon. The price difference is only $5 dollars. The cost for 450 minutes is the exact same, but with AT&T you get to keep your rollover minutes. With Verizon you have to pay an extra $5 dollars for data, but you get unlimited. With AT&T you get 2GB for $25 dollars. One thing to remember is that after you get past 2GB on Verizon they will throttle your speeds. You will get double the amount of text messages on AT&T vs Verizon for the price of $10.

Some things to remember:
  • Verizon does not allow you to talk and surf the web.
  • Verizon only supports 3 way calling while AT&T supports up to 5.
  • Verizon can not place a call on hold.
  • Currently only the Verizon iPhone will support WiFi hotspot