I’ve actually had my new MacBook Pro for a couple weeks, but things got a little hectic in life recently, so I wasn’t able to share my unboxing of the latest addition to my Apple ecosystem. With my 2015 MacBook Pro now my oldest Apple device, it was time for it to find a new… Continue reading 2020 M1 MacBook Pro Unboxing
I just purchased a new 2020 M1 13 inch MacBook Pro yesterday (it arrives on Tuesday!), and this video by YouTuber Sara Dietschey gives an excellent breakdown of how this MacBook performs, especially as applications continue to transition to run natively on the M1 Apple silicon.
I originally posted this on my previous website for World Backup Day. Today is not that day, but I’ve seen some people online sad because they’ve lost data. I don’t want you to be sad, so here is my reminder to BACK UP YOUR DATA!!! A couple updates to the article – I now back… Continue reading Every Day Is Backup Day
If you have a library card, check your library system for certification training materials, both physical and electronic. My library system gives me access to LinkedIn Learning (formally Lynda.com), which has video training tracks. It’s already paid for by your taxes, so take advantage of what your library offers you.
If you’re an Apple fan like me, you probably watched the 2020 Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) keynote today. During the presentation, completely virtual thanks to our good friend COVID-19, introduced new updates to the various Apple operating systems (iOS, iPadOS, WatchOS, MacOS, tvOS). What you probably didn’t know (yet) was which Apple devices are no… Continue reading iMore – How to reset your Mac before selling it
I’ve become a fan of YouTube productivity guru Thomas Frank recently. I’m always looking for ways to make my everyday life more efficient and effective, and his videos are both informative and entertaining. During one of his videos, Thomas tasks about backing up your data as part of your digital data organization strategy.
This is great advice from Becca Farsace of The Verge, regardless of whether you use Zoom, Skype, or any other video calling service.