When I wrote MacTips I would regularly review and promote the Take Control books. That series is what I turn to to learn and to deal with issues I may be having.
Recently I started to read Take Control of Launchbar so I could write a review. Before I began I thought it’d be a quick read and I’d knock the review out by dinner. What I found though was that the book is so full of useful tips and tricks and information that it’s not a quick read at all. What’s more I wanted to practice and really embed the techniques as I was reading.
Eye problems have prevented me from getting back to the book, but on the basis of the portion I have read I totally recommend it for any Launchbar user. Don’t use Launchbar? You should. Buy the book and you’ll find it’s a huge timesaver.
Now you can Save 50% in Take Control’s Back to School Sale:
Through 15 August 2013, you can add any number of our ebooks to your Take Control library for 50 percent off the cover price. All books are DRM-free and available in PDF, EPUB, and Mobipocket (Kindle) formats, so you can read wherever, whenever, and on whatever device you like. …
Whether it’s fixing up your passwords, setting up sensible backups, using your iPad, going paperless, or finally writing your own book in iBooks Author or Scrivener, we have a title to help. We also have ebooks about Mountain Lion (and the last decade of older versions of Mac OS X), iCloud, GarageBand, iTunes, Mail, Messages, Safari, CrashPlan, DEVONthink, Dropbox, LaunchBar, PDFpen, and TextExpander.
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Note: While most books are for people who use Apple products,
Take Control of your Passwords is one everyone should read.