Believe it or not, I knew someone who used to use the Trash Can as a place to store documents. One day, doing some routine maintenance, I just decided to empty the Trash Can and, holy smokes, I thought the Apocalypse had arrived!
Oh yes, it will go down - as we recently experienced - just this morning.
As someone tweeted this morning..."Do not panic. Back away from your desk and go outside for 30 minutes." Good advice but Google is saying check back in a couple of HOURS!! - OK, NOW you can PANIC!
This is an absolutely important post you have to read if you are trying to get your GMail account to work properly. Not being able to install the mail app nearly drove me CRAZY.
This is just too cool not to share. Remember how you used to not be able to work on a document with another person in real-time? OK, maybe you didn't worry about that, but it's possible now.
Know when you get email invites and you click "Yes" to accept and then an error message pops up telling you that you can't do that? It usually means that you are logged into your personal GMail account and you are trying to accept a School GMail account invite. Here's how to fix that with a new feature Google has recently implemented.
When your computer crashes (note I said when not if) and you lose all your data, having your Address Book synchronized with Google will enable you to restore your contacts almost immediately after your computer is restored. Here's how to do that.
Creating embedded links in Apple Mail is really easy and it makes your emails much more readable. Your readers will appreciate it and you avoid problems with broken URLs. Here's how to create embedded links.
Claudia brought up a point at the workshop yesterday about suppressing the Facebook and Twitter share buttons on her blog posts. Here's how to do that.
I don't know how cool you think this is, but I absolutely LOVE IT! How about being able to access your home computer from anywhere in the world? Here's how...
Here's just a quick post, to myself, really, about a terminal command that will stop iTunes from doing an automatic backup of your iPhone or iPod. Why would you want to do that? Read on...