If you're a Mac user, chances are you're already familiar with, and probably use, iPhoto on the Mac -- Apple has shipped a version with every Mac since 2002. The application serves several functions -- it helps you organize your photos, syncs them between devices, and allows you to easily perform a variety of editing tasks to make your photos look better. Now, with iPhoto for iPad, Apple has extended this powerful set of tools onto your iPad. In addition, they've added handy tools to share your photos (and videos) with a variety of devices or across your social networks, using the Internet. Using iPhoto for iPad, you'll be able to easily take photos, edit them and share them immediately, right from the site of any event you attend. We'll show you everything you need to know in this short guide.
Even if you haven't used GarageBand for iPad before, chances are you've heard a lot about it. When this iOS version of Apple's popular GarageBand for Mac application debuted in 2011, rave reviews began rolling in, and Apple has improved its performance and added features since then. If you've ever used GarageBand for Mac, you'll find yourself quite comfortable here -- the two apps have a lot in common. If you haven't, don't worry -- we cover everything you'll need to know in this guide. But, either way, prepare yourself for a unique experience. That's because of the unique touch interface of the iPad. Apple's GarageBand for iPhone app features several great software instruments that you can play just by touching the screen. This makes the experience of playing a guitar, for instance, or a drum set very natural for anyone who's ever played a musical instrument, and much more fun! Let Minute Help show you how!
In a bright buzzing room, in the glow of the moon-and iPhones and Androids and Blackberries too-it is time to say goodnight...
Modern life is abuzz. There are huge LCD WiFi HD TVs and Facebook requests and thumbs tapping texts and new viral clips of cats doing flips. Wouldn't it be nice to say goodnight to all that? Like the rest of us who cannot resist just a few more scrolls and clicks, you may find yourself ready for bed while still clinging to your electronics long after dark. This book, which is made of paper, is a reminder for the child in all of us to power down at the end of the day. This hilarious parody not only pokes loving fun at the bygone quiet of the original classic, but also at our modern plugged-in lives. It will make you laugh, and it will also help you put yourself and your machines to sleep. Don't worry, though. Your gadgets will be waiting for you, fully charged, in the morning.
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