Creativity with Notes on The Road to Macstock

Chuck Joiner once again treats us to a behind the scenes look at Macstock, it’s presenters, and sponsors in his special MacVoices video series, The Road to Macstock!

This time, The Road to Macstock takes us to David Ginsburg of In Touch with iOS, who will be talking about note programs at this year’s event. Note applications are a wide and varied bunch, and David will help make sense out of some of his favorites, and discuss how to decide which one(s) are right for you. From Apple’s Notes application to Microsoft OneNote, to whatever your personal favorite is, you will get something useful from this discussion.


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Mike Schmitz Joins Chuck Joiner on The Road to Macstock in MacVoices #16125

Chuck Joiner sits down with Macstock presenter, Mike Schmitz in this third installment of The Road to Macstock on MacVoices!

On The Road to Macstock, we talk getting things accomplished with Mike Schmitz. Mike will give us an introduction to his favorite productivity app at the conference, and teases with some of his thinking on how to get organized for both production and just plain sanity. He also talks about some of the notes apps that he uses, and why it is acceptable to use several, as long as they make sense for your objectives.


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10 Terminal Tips: Commands Covered

Below are the terminal commands covered in Mike’s 10 Terminal Tips for Mac Users talk at Macstock 2015!

Reveal Hidden files in the Finder:

defaults write AppleShowAllFiles TRUE; killall Finder

Select Text in Quick Look:

defaults write QLEnableTextSelection -bool TRUE; killall Finder

Enable Key Repeat (Allison’s Twitter Question):

defaults write -g ApplePressAndHoldEnabled -bool false