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iPhoto gives you plenty of ways to file and find your images. Professor Breen discusses two of the most attractive—Faces and Places.
In this week's Mac 101 lesson, Professor Breen provides the steps necessary to share your digital images with others.
iPhoto is more than just a digital shoebox for your photos. With it you can organize your photos into albums and share those albums as printed projects. Chris Breen shows you how.
You launch Calendar, it appears briefly, and then--BLAMMO--it's gone. What causes this problem? Chris Breen shows you how to track down it (and similar problems).
It's the NSA's job to snoop on all of us, but it doesn't want to be snooped on itself. So it has guidelines for securing all the Macs in its service. Here's how the spooks keep their Macs safe.
If you've done nothing more with iPhoto that toss your images into it like an old shoebox, it's time to dig into the best of those pictures and edit them into works of art. Chris Breen shows you how.
You've screen shared with a Mac mini connected to an HDTV but, by gum, that shared screen won't fill your computer's display. Chris Breen shows you how it's done.
You'd like to use a webcam that offers better video than the one built into your Mac yet you can't manipulate that camera in interesting ways. Chris Breen discusses two utilities that can bring greater flexibility to these cameras.
In this week's Mac 101, Dr. Breen examines Photo Stream, the iCloud service that lets you easily sync and share images.
In this week's Mac 101 lesson, Chris Breen describes how to import images into iPhoto and then view them in often-impressive ways.
Fine as Apple's email service may be, it is just as susceptible to spam as are other email providers. Chris Breen tells you how to report it.
It's not the first time the subject has come up, but some people are still unaware that with a single Terminal command you can cause iWork files to be saved to your Mac by default.
Ted Landau walks you through the many ways you can back up your iPhone to avoid data-loss disappointment.
In this week's lesson, Professor Breen begins a long look at the iLife applications, starting with iPhoto.
If your Mail mailboxes are choked with duplicate messages, Chris Breen can help you delete those redundant missives.