In the News: 2013-02-10

Written on:February 10, 2013
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Apple News: 50 really useful OS X timesaving tips
Mac OS X is the best-looking operating system around, but it’s also one of the most capable. Underneath all the eye candy is a serious amount of functionality and although you may not have realised it, there are many different ways to carry out everyday tasks using your Mac.
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Technology News: Four ways to connect your instrument to GarageBand
Apple’s GarageBand is a versatile, and cheap, recording program that lets you record song ideas and demo tapes on your Mac. Today I’m going to look at various USB options to plug your instrument into GarageBand. Fortunately, there are a lot of different devices out there that will let you perform this task.
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Programming News: How can modeling be harder than programming?
One argument often posed against model-driven development is that not all developers don’t have the skills required for modeling. This recent thread in the UML Forum discussion group includes a very interesting debate on that …
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Photography News: What makes a good photographer?
Frequently asked, but rarely answered is the question of what makes a good photograph; rarely, if ever, asked is ‘what makes a good photographer?‘ In the first place, does it matter? I think the answer is yes, both because of the importance of self-assessment in the grand scheme of things if you want to continually improve as a photographer, and because we can all benefit from a goal to aim for.
Read full story => Ming Thein

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