Tag: book

Talking Digital Storage at MacVoices

On the latest MacVoices, I talk about the latest revision to my book Take Control of Your Digital Storage

Take Control of Your Digital Storage v2.2

You'd think the topic of storage would be pretty unchanging, but that's not the case at all. I've revised the book in several ways to bring the book up to speed on the latest changes in macOS and associated storage.

The Photographer’s Guide to Luminar AI (and Thoughts on Luminar Neo)

The print copies of my new book The Photographer's Guide to Luminar AI are arriving! ... Just in time for the pre-announcement of Luminar Neo.

Take Control of Managing Your Files

Is your macOS desktop filled with file icons? Do you even know a desktop picture is hiding behind them?!? Perhaps you need to take control of managing your files.

Take Control of Apple Watch v1.1, Updated for watchOS 7 and New Models

I’ve just completed a big update to my book Take Control of Apple Watch to include the changes and improvements in watchOS 7 and the new Apple Watch Series 6 and SE models.

The Photographer’s Guide to Luminar 4, Now Available!

My newest book, The Photographer’s Guide to Luminar 4, is now available! Learn how to master this friendly but deceptively deep photo editing application.

Take Control of Your Digital Storage

Now available! I've just published Take Control of Your Digital Storage, a new ebook that answers your questions about disks, NAS, RAIDs, Disk Utility, and more.

New Edition of Take Control of Your Digital Photos

I've published a new edition of Take Control of Your Digital Photos, plus an updated version of Take Control of Lightroom CC.

Version 2.1 of Take Control of Your Photos

The latest edition of my book makes managing your photo library even easier by taking advantage of new artificial-intelligence features in Apple's Photos and Google Photos.

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Apple Watch: A Take Control Crash Course v1.3

The Apple Watch is now a year and a half old, and on its second hardware revision. (Technically, it’s on the third revision, since you can buy a Series 1 model that is identical to the original but with a better processor.) And watchOS 3 brings several enhancements and refinements to Apple’s wearable that show ...