iTunes Guy Kirk McElhearn returns to discuss three issues: Naming live performances that span sets and dates, adding iTunes Match content to an old iPod, and the purpose of two iTunes columns.
DIY cards can still look professional, especially if you follow Lesa Snider's tips on everything from artwork to typography.
Chris Breen has shown you how to create mail merge documents in Pages and Numbers. He now goes on to explain how to print them in one go.
Chris Breen shows you how to more easily find specific iPhoto images and delete the ones you don't want.
Hard drive? Blu-ray? Online servers? Chris Breen looks at the options.
Many of us have huge iPhoto libraries packed with duplicates and poor images. Follow these steps to weed the keepers from the clunkers.
You've gone to all the trouble to create a Time Machine backup. Maybe you should make sure it works.
If you have more than one account on your Mac you may occasionally need to share files between them. Here's how.
Doggies and kitties get red-eye too. (And green, and blue, and even white.)
Disk Utility has a lot of talents, some less well known than others. Topher Kessler explores some of its more esoteric (though useful) features.
Kirk McElhearn returns as The iTunes Guy to address questions of joined tracks, high-resolution Apple Lossless files and iOS devices, and the workings of lyrics in iTunes.
Wouldn't it be great to pass down the movie you made of your child's first birthday to her great-great-grandchildren? These tips may make that possible.
Perhaps it's been ages since you've used Migration Assistant to move data from one Mac to another. Or maybe it's new to you. Either way, Chris Breen offers helpful tips for its use.