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The Calendar app on iPhone is fine. But Lex Friedman thinks that the third-party Fantastical app is better. Here's a quick video overview of the app.
Problem: You have events in Mountain Lion's Calendar application and would like to share them with your Mac running Snow Leopard. iCloud is out. Chris Breen tells you what's in.
Wrap text in quotation marks, count words in selected text, create new folders, add dates to filenames, and toggle hidden files.
In his next lesson, Chris Breen shows those new to Mountain Lion how to get the most out of the Reminders application.
If you work with text, a utility like TextExpander is indispensable. Here are five ways Dan Miller uses it to save time and typing.
Dr. Breen (not a real doctor or Ph.D) delves into Mountain Lion's Contacts application.
Professor Breen returns with another Calendar lesson. This week, the intimate details on sharing and subscribing to calendars. Save the date!
No, Mountain Lion's Calendar application doesn't come equipped with a holiday calendar (nor the schedule of your favorite team) but it's easy to add. Chris Breen explains.
You'd love to use Calendar's Address Panel to add invitees to your event but strangely, it bears no addresses. Chris Breen provides the low-down.
Professor Breen cracked open his datebook to discover that today begins a short series of lessons on using Mountain Lion's Calendar application.
We all have to go to meetings. Some of us have to take notes on those meetings. Here's one workflow for making sure those notes are as useful as possible.
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.
Getting rid of duplicates in Contacts, showing the hidden Library folder, and how to get started with AppleScript.