You have a couple of ways to make a PDF from a website. Actually, there are more ways than that, but I will be outlining two. Adobe Acrobat Pro (not the free version) — Lots of professionals have this suite already and you won’t have to buy an extra software PDFmyURL — This is a paid…

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Do you spend a lot of time making appointments for phone calls and meetings? A few years ago I realized that I had a pain threshold regarding making appointments with clients. After an email or two, they would want a meeting or a phone appointment. Then they would want to know what times I had…

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NOTE: “Apple Family Sharing” is good for sharing the in-app purchases, iTunes, iBooks, and iCloud storage. But, it doesn’t share address books well, at least not yet. I’ve gotten a lot of questions about this lately. I figure Apple will solve this problem eventually by changing the way the address book works. But, for now,…

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We are a two-person household. Each of us has iPhones, Macs, and iPads, so it makes sense that we would want to share the same Contacts/Address book. We tried having separate Contacts, but someone will update something and the other won’t have it — and it’s a hassle. So, then we tried just sharing the…

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This morning, I am Office MacGyver. I love my Neat Scanner. The only thing about my Neat that has bugged me is that checks don’t always feed in straight and don’t scan well. They sometimes need a second pass through the scanner if you didn’t get them in very straight. This morning I got a…

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If you are a designer, you know we hate the font Comic Sans because of its overuse, read­abil­ity and a dozen other rea­sons. What you you may not know it is that Comic Sans is costing you money to use it com­pared to other fonts. Via PixartPrinting

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I found this wonderful 1991 formal lecture by John Cleese speaking about being creative. I think this would be interesting for anyone no matter what your vocation. Additionally, it’s very entertaining as you might expect.

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I bet your email inbox is full all the time. I bet you have a sense of relief when it’s empty and dread checking it because you are just going to get flooded with more. I bet you wish you had less email. I process on average 100 emails a day – which is probably…

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