Google is a great place for searching for things and doing research—not just for the trivial, but also for serious academic research. Google Scholar will give you academic articles and books, and also show where books and articles have been cited elsewhere. And Google Books can give helpful access to books which might be out […]
It is very likely that, if you are using a Mac, the machine will outlast your drive. I had a 250GB hard drive a year ago, and it is fairly full, so I decided to upgrade to a 1 TB. A full disk is usually the number 1 reason for the dreaded spinning ball or […]
There is a lot of interesting material on YouTube these days, since it has moved on from being the home of dodgy student home videos to being the near-universal place for all sorts of video material. (See St John’s theology stream here.) But how can I use these clips in a church or teaching context? […]
I have just noticed that The online Daily Telegraph has a really good section of technology stories about Apple products here. It includes the latest evaluations of the iPad, and a fascinating story that Apple has filed a patent for 3-D glasses for watching films in 3-D, to which you can go directly here.
You will learn here how to do something that no-one anywhere else on the internet can do! The problem: for some bizarre reason, when you delete a mailbox in Apple’s Mail, instead of going to the Trash in Mail or the Trash in the computer, the folder and files just disappear. The dialogue box says […]
Having done this myself twice over the New Year 2009/10, I am now the world’s expert on the best way to do it. Like many others have, I dropped my iPhone on Christmas Eve and the glass crazed. Apple quoted £114 to replace, so I looked elsewhere. A plea on Facebook yielded advice from a […]