When trying to position text for the web, you’ll quickly find that spaces don’t work well and tabs don’t exist. There are three very useful options for arranging text – indents, block quotes and lists – and each has its own idiosyncrasies. Here’s a quick overview of each and how you can put them to…
Your presentation software is also a great platform for building awesome ecards. This example uses Keynote to create a simple Valentine card.
The Dolphin browser for iOS and Android devices continues to mature. The latest update has added features which make it my go-to browser for my iPad. Here’s a look at some of those new features.
Planning a digital storytelling project, but concerned about the legal issues surrounding digital graphics and clipart these days? Here are a couple of ideas for making your own ephemera – and there’s lots more to come.
As the online genealogy community continues to grow, its members are finding new and fascinating ways to share information. Here’s a look at one very impressive example.
The World Wide Web is a source of information for handicapped people too. You can include a few extra steps in your blog posts to help those who can’t see, hear or use their hands enjoy your article as much as the rest of us. Here’s a tip to make your images accessible to your handicapped readers.
Until a mobile edition of Scrivener is available, here are some options for taking your Scrivener writing projects with you.
It appears I’m not the only one who finds metadata exciting. Come share my excitement as Thomas MacEntee and I discuss the joys of metadata.
The blog may have a funny name, but it is revolutionizing the news and information distribution industry in some truly amazing ways. If you’re a blogger, you’re part of the information revolution. Find out for yourself why blogs matter.