David and Katie sit down with Michael Lopp, author of Rands in Repose, Being Geek and Managing Humans. We discuss how Michael uses Apple technology to manage humans in his day job and in his writing workflow.
Katie and David are joined by Brett Kelly to discuss using Evernote, along with usage cases and limitations.
David talks through the process of writing his latest book, iPad at Work including writing workflows, dealing with editors, and other strange anomalies of the publishing business.
In this episode, Katie and David cover the varied Google services now available.
In this episode, David and Katie explore the use of more powerful text editors, like TextMate and BBEdit, in a writing workflow with guest, Brett Terpstra.
Katie and David go soup to nuts on e-mail protocols, services, applications, and best practices.
Katie and David chat with LonelySandwich about how he gets work done with his Apple technology.
In this episode, David and Katie take listener questions on a variety of topics including how to manage a major Mac upgrade 7 years in the making, how we battle RSI through Ergonomics, an update on giving Keynote presentations with the iPad and iPhone, be
This workflow episode features Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus. Bob is a computer columnist for the Houston Chronicle, a complete and total Mac geek, and the author of 50 books, most of which are aimed at Mac OS X and iOS.
David and Katie talk about the changes in the upcoming operating system and what you need to do to get your Mac ready to ensure a smooth install. You'll want to listen to this episode before you install OS 10.7 Lion.