Presentations are on our mind this week as Katie and David both prepare for talks at the ABA Techshow. We discuss workflows for planning a presentation, tips for making your slides, getting ready for the big day, dealing with nerves, and making sure your presentation goes off without a hitch.
There are hundreds of settings buried within iOS David and Katie talk through some of their favorite options and settings for tweaking iOS.
Rose Orchard joins us to discuss her transition from teacher to automator including creating workflows, maximizing efficiency on Mac and iOS, we discuss the Sonos One and the Apple HomePod, travel tips and more.
Programmer and entrepreneur Manton Reece is here this week to share how he's using Apple gear to program and run his own business.
David and Katie revisit our workflows for consuming digital (and some analog) content. We discuss keeping up with blogs, magazines, books, spoken word, movies, television, news, and more.
John Siracusa returns to the Mac Power Users to talk about his favorite workflows and apps. We also spend some time getting John's opinion about where the Mac is and where it is heading.
Katie shares her struggles with APFS and High Sierra, David shares his workflow changes related to OmniFocus defer dates and his hyper-scheduling experiment. We answer listener questions relating to photo albums on the Apple TV, how we're using Evernote today, and tech organization. We follow-up new developments in home automation, scheduling, Qi…
In this episode, David and Katie share some of their favorite apps and workflows for getting work done on the iPad.
Stephen Hackett returns to Mac Power Users to talk about his transition into video production, Internet automation, his home studio, audio and video gear, a new iMac and more.
As we wrap up 2017 we take a look back at the workflows that worked for us in 2017 including paperless practice, writing workflows, cloud storage, hiring help and more. We also discuss the practices we intend to change in 2018, and gaze into the crystal ball and look at what we may expect from Apple in the year to come.