How three smart Mac users make the process of opening, hiding, and closing their apps a whole lot easier.
If you're tired of manually managing files and folders yourself, why not teach your Mac to do it for you? Here's how three smart Mac users have automated their file-management chores.
Nice little bit of command-line nerdery from Brett Terpstra, showing you all the cool/handy stuff you can do with the open command in OS X's Unix shell. If you don't use Terminal once in a while, you're missing out.
The improved support for file-tagging in OS X Mavericks is Apple's latest attempt to wean us from the traditional system of storing our files in a bunch of deeply nested folders. Brett Terpstra applauds that effort.
Every person's system for dealing with the flood of incoming email messages evolves over time. Here's how one particularly savvy Mac and iPhone user does it.