There's no doubt the Mac and iOS text-editor apps offer unique some features. But to take advantage of those features, you'll need to twist your workflows to suit the apps, not the other way around.
The iTunes Guy examines two related questions about moving podcasts and music from one Mac to another while retaining metadata. He also looks at a question about smart playlists built around specific words, and explains an easy way to create a text file with a list of all your playlists.
Overwhelmed by your Twitter feed? Before you unfollow everyone, try organizing your feed with lists.
Is your relationship with your Mac all work and no play? Try these tips for customizing OS X to add a little whimsy to your day.
In his first column of 2014, the iTunes Guy addresses how to get a list of apps on an iOS device, shows some tagging tricks for multidisc sets, and offers suggestions for iTunes controllers.
The command line is not only powerful, it can also be dangerous. Learn how to use commands for deleting files and folders correctly to make sure your time with Terminal is a productivity godsend instead of a complete disaster.
Wish you could make a bunch of folders all at once or instantly move every file of a certain type into a new folder? The command line may be the answer.
The key to learning about OS X's command line is manual (or man) pages. Here's an introduction.
Ready to learn a new skill in the new year? The command line can be a powerful productivity tool, if you know the basics.
This week, the iTunes Guy looks at questions about poster art for movies, printing a list of albums, the infamous "Other" content on iOS devices, and more.
It's time for another grab-bag column, with a number of interesting questions about whether or not you can get around Apple's limit of 25,000 songs with iTunes Match, ways to search the iTunes Store more efficiently, and answers that require smart playlists.
Running out of iCloud storage? Before you pay for more, try these backup tricks.
OS X Mavericks' sidebar is intended to give you one-click access to the items you use the most. Here's how to make sure it does.
In response to his previous column, Kirk has gotten several more questions about iBooks. He also addresses a tricky question about moving the contents of an iTunes library back and forth between two Macs, and one about making a smart playlist with nested conditions.
Planning on traveling during the holidays? Then you'll need to decide which of your tech gadgets you need to bring along. Here's how to figure that out.