One of the wonderful things about giving individual training to Mac-using clients is how much I learn. As we work on whatever it is they want to learn I discover what they don’t know, and hear how glad they are to learn the little tips and tricks that make their computer use easier.
And it’s often the simplest things.
Did you know you can sort a list of files in the Finder by clicking on the column header?
Did you know you can control how quickly the mouse moves with the settings in the System Preferences?
We learn in little bits and just in time
Each week I write a practical MacTip that’s intended to help people who use Apple products. The Tips are small, and sometimes make a series. They accumulate in the archive at MacTips.info.
I hope my loyal readers learn something new each week and sometimes implement the Tips. I also hope that when they need something they may recall I wrote a Tip about it once and go back to search the archive.
22 Tempting Timesavers for Mac Users
I’ve often had people tell me I should make the Tips into a book. So this month I made a start, with 22 Tempting Timesavers for Mac Users.
It’s a Kindle book, but you don’t need an actual Kindle to be able to read it. Grab the free Kindle software for your Mac, iPad or iPhone (or, if you must, your Android, Windows or Blackberry device).
I’ve written books before, including ebooks, but this is my first foray into the world of Kindle ebooks.
Although it was published just yesterday it’s already selling and getting good comments. That’s very gratifying.
Miraz writes in an easy to read consistent style – I especially like the “Get the Picture” part where I can see specifically what is meant. — comment by Hanch at Amazon
Do you use a Mac? Do you know someone who uses a Mac? This is definitely a book I hope you’ll look at. 22 Tempting Timesavers for Mac Users.