The WordPress apps – especially the Reader component – continues to impress. I have it on my Mac, my iPad and my iPhone. I find I’m mostly using the phone app to read the WordPress blogs I follow and add comments. Since the phone’s always with me, the Reader is always within easy reach while I’m…… Continue reading WordPress App Reader Tips
Mac users – did you know that your Spotlight search feature (the little magnifying glass icon at the far left of the menu bar) gives you quick access to the Dictionary app? As you type the word you want to look up, the Spotlight panel displays a list of things on your system matching your search. One…… Continue reading In the Spotlight
I use Evernote and the MacFamilyTree/MobileFamilyTree combo to manage my family research. Both genealogy apps share the same data files which reside in iCloud. To keep file sizes down, I don’t attach a lot of media files (photos, scanned documents, etc.) to my records. Fortunately, both apps include URLs as a media option. This allows me to put…… Continue reading Link to an Evernote from Your Genealogy App
A quick tip for capturing transcribed info, source citations and original images from the online archives into one Evernote note.
We all quickly learn how to upload and display images on our posts. WordPress’s Media Library offers even more functionality that can be quite useful. Here’s an introduction to the Media Library giving you a look at some of those features. I haven’t paid much attention to the attachment page except to notice that it’s…… Continue reading The WordPress Media Library
Like most blog platforms, Tumblr offers the ability to schedule when a post will be published. It also takes scheduling a step further with the queue feature. The queue gives you the ability to stack your posts up in the order you want them and spread out their publishing across a period of time. I…… Continue reading The Tumblr Queue