Got a treasured photo of disappointing quality – poor exposure, focus or too grainy? Chances are good you can turn them from disappointing to delightful in a matter of minutes using a photo-painting app. Here’s a look at one possibility.
Follow the Jamboree action virtually, protect your LinkedIn profile, find some good reads and more in this week’s Tech Notes.
While the formatting and layout of any book can be a long and tedious process, Legend Maker’s tags are easy to remember and use and the result is a hand-crafted book that reflects your efforts much better than any “meat grinder” process ever will.
Digital storytelling and personal publishing offer new and exciting opportunities for the family historian, but are strange and frightening to some of the people we need to build our projects. Scrapbook kit designers aren’t quite ready for us – yet.
Kick off the summer with some great summer reading. This edition of Tech Notes has both reading apps and reading sources to keep you entertained and informed.
In the crowds and chaos of a conference you’re making a lot of good connections. Evernote Hello helps you collect contact information AND remember the context of why you found that person so interesting. See how . . .
Do you prefer to write notes rather than type them? Here’s an iPad app that lets you do that and much more.