Tag Archives: macOS

Status Update of Speech Timer 2 Development

Speech Timer 2 is arriving. Don’t be left behind – here’s the scoop and an opportunity to get a sneak peek at a beta.

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Troubleshooting DevonThink Pro Office OCR Installation

DevonThink Pro Office’s OCR integration is superb. That is, if you got it to download and install correctly. Here’s a solution if that Abbyy plugin failed to download and install

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Tips for the Mac User for Working in a Windows World

Essential apps if you’re a Mac user and your organization’s IT only supports Windows clients.

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How to Quickly Post Yammer Updates from LaunchBar

How to save 90% of your time posting Yammer updates from your Mac.

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Redesigning Speech Timer 2.0

We’re re-designing our widely-used Toastmasters application for the upcoming iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks – out goes skeuomorphism so that you can refocus your eye on things that matter: your task and your content. Check out how we’re doing this.

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Launching Scuttlebutt Pro 1.0 for Yammer

Scuttlebutt Pro is a Mac OS X Yammer client written with the power user in mind. Scuttlebutt integrates perfectly with your OS X desktop and brings top-notch Mac experience to your Yammer sessions.

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Using DevonThink as Your Intranet Wiki

When you’re running a small business, you’ll need a shared document storage to function as your company’s knowledge base. If you don’t have time to setup your own wiki or don’t like web-based solutions, here’s a pretty good setup for knowledge management infrastructure of a tiny company.

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A Comparison of Yammer Clients for Mac OS X

Just like any respectable social network site, Yammer also has a number of client applications available that you can use apart from their website. Here’s a brief review of some of those Yammer clients on the Mac.

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Don’t Use Time Machine for Wireless Backups

Considering to buy a Time Capsule or other NAS for keeping your Time Machine backups? If you’re on Wi-Fi probably you shouldn’t and just stick to an external USB drive instead.

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Repurposing your old Mac for Time Machine backups

If you have a media center mac, why not make fuller use of it by making it serve Time Machine? Here’s how to do it.