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July 11, 2010

OK– Its been awhile since I last posted.  My excuse?  I just moved from Maryland to Virginia all for better schools and a better way of life.  These days, its all about family.  So I’m looking at my girl’s futures.  And there you go.

Now…back to basics…

…get more basics !

Installation
Learn how to get the most out of Snow Leopard.

Using Finder
The Finder lets you organize, view, and access practically everything on your Mac, including applications, files, folders, discs, SD memory cards,…

Using Preview
Preview is a simple, elegant application for viewing and working with PDF documents.
You can also view and edit images. Crop, rotate, resize, and save images in a range of formats.

Using iLife
Organize photos by Faces and Places. Create photo books. Make a movie. Even learn to play music. All with iLife. All part of every new Mac.

Using iPhoto
Organize your photos. Crop, retouch, and remove red-eye. Then share on the web with MobileMe, Facebook, and Flickr, or make a photo book.

Using iMovie
Make movies on your Mac. Take your time editing or use themes to finish a movie in minutes. Then share on the web with YouTube or MobileMe.

Using GarageBand
With GarageBand on your Mac, you can learn to play guitar and piano, get lessons from famous musicians, and record and mix your own songs.

Using iWeb
Use iWeb to design websites and blogs featuring your photos, movies, and more. iWeb even notifies Facebook when you post something new to your site.

Using iDVD
With iDVD on a Mac, you can create and burn professional-looking DVDs to share your movies and photo slideshows.

Using iChat
If you’re looking for a more personal way to stay in touch, iChat enables you to see and hear your friends, family, and coworkers no matter how…

Using iCal
If you need help managing your life and time more wisely, iCal provides all the tools you need to keep track of schedules, appointments,…

Using Mail
Learn what you can do if you are having issues sending Mail messages after updating to Mac OS X v10.6 Snow Leopard.

Using Safari
Experience the web with the fast, easy-to-use web browser. With its simple, elegant interface and support for the latest Internet standards, Safari gets out of your way and lets you enjoy the web.
Safari 4 is a high performance, modern Internet web browser for Mac OS X and Windows.  It supports the latest standards in HTML 5 and CSS 3,…

Using Address Book
Whether you’ve got all your contacts stored neatly in an electronic device or are still hanging on to your tattered address book, personal…

Using Exposé
Expose in Mac OS X lets you instantly view all open windows in stunning style with a single keystroke.

Using the Dock
Learn about The Dock, Dock Exposé, Dock menus, and Stacks in Mac OS X v10.6 and later.

Using Dashboard
Instantly get info with amazing new widgets. Play a game. Read the news. Search the web.

Customizing Your Mac
Every Mac comes standard with assistive technologies that help people with disabilities enjoy the power and simplicity of the Mac.

Keyboard Shortcuts
Tip of the Week. Create Your Own Keyboard Shortcuts. Keyboard shortcuts are such
huge timesavers, but sadly, not all Finder commands have them. …

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