If Java is installed on your computer, you want to remove it as soon as possible. There are serious exploits circulating that put your computer at risk if you are still running Java. Mac users can perform this quick procedure to check and remove Java if it’s there.
Create your own embellishments for scrapbook and photo book projects. All you need is an affordable drawing app and a little doodling.
An often overlooked feature found in the Safari browser is put to good use in the Scrivener writing app. Learn how Safari’s web archive feature can support your research and writing effort.
Planning a writing project? PressBooks provides an authoring and editing platform that genea-bloggers will find very comfortable – with support for collaborative writing and editing and the ability to export it all to a growing number of publishing formats. Take a look and see what PressBooks can do for you.
File manager, document reader, video player and much more. See if you don’t find Documents the most useful app on your iPad. And it’s free!
This quirky but elegant font is perfect for titling and logos. Included in the package are hundreds of glyphs, alternates and ornaments.
Today’s Kindle tips show how to put the free desktop Kindle Reader app to use in managing your library and supporting your research and writing efforts.
Building a network blog is a win-win situation for all involved. The society gets the benefit of additional content with minimal effort and the bloggers get more visibility at their own sites. See for yourself.
Publishing a family history yourself? Make sure your book’s page in the bookstore/catalog includes plenty of descriptive information to attract your cousins. Here are some helpful tips.
Smashwords provides a simple and straight-forward method to publish your ebook yourself. From formatting your manuscript for conversion to ebook format to marketing tips, Smashwords is there to help your succeed.
If you’re writing in Scrivener, you can take advantage of the comments and annotations features to document ideas and reminders when they happen and where they are needed. Here’s how.