Nicholas Pyers is known for AppleUsers.org, the Apple Users Spotlight, his clever puzzles and long-time championship of all things Mac. His most recent project is titled “Working with Presenters,” a topic of value to groups world wide. There are three installments in the series so far, with more to come.
The most-recent article is titled “Working with Presenters on the Night”
The first two articles covered “Approaching Potential Presenters” and “Confirming Presenters.”
Better Yet, the most-recent Apple Users Spotlight is available for download, containing articles on:
- AKVIS Coloriage
- AppZapper – How do I uninstall Apple software if there is no option for this?
- Setting-up a new Mac from an old Mac or its Backups
- Opt Out of Advertising
- Flashback Malware on Macs – what you can do to reduce this threat
- Tagging as you go
- Quick iPad Tips
- QuickTime Format Extender Perian to Cease Development
- Reunion 10 – Offers Better Genealogical Overviews, Web Search
- Change Default Search Engine in Safari on iPad to Bing, Yahoo! or Google
- Introducing the Bookle EPUB Reader
- Apples are not just computers – now Apples control a host of other devices.
- New Bento 4 for iPad
- Podcasts App Breaks Podcasts out of Music App
- News from Apple
- Nicholas’ Dashboard
- Spotlight Contest #18
- iPad Magic – Music, Podcasts & TV Shows
- Spotlight Cooks – Apple Dessert/Cake
- Book Reviews
and much, much more.
AppleUsers.org is a central gathering spot for the leaders of Australian Apple User Groups.
(Thanks to founder and editor Nicholas Pyers for making these resources available to the community!)