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On the brink of the lazy days of summer, what’s a parent to do? Here are nine ways to use your Mac and iOS devices to keep your kids sharp during the summer.
Now that the iPad has reached its third iteration, it's not uncommon to find multiple iPads in one home. Should you wish to pass your old iPad along to a child you'll need to configure it in an appropriate way. Here are tips for doing just that.
Looking for a better way to take notes? Kirk McElhearn rounds up some of the worthiest note-taking iPad apps.
School's out. Is your Mac ready for summer's idle hours? A good way to start is by setting basic computing limits for your kids using Snow Leopard’s parental controls.
Learn how to change the color of the special characters that BBEdit and TextWrangler use to display invisible characters, such as tabs and line breaks.
Want to be a true guitar hero? A series of free iTunes podcasts can help.
If you use X11 in OS X 10.5, you’re probably annoyed by its new ‘are you sure?’ warning whenever you try to quit the program. Learn how to disable it.