Tag Archive: Copy

‘Photo Copy Level’ Keeps Your Text From Going All Wibbly-Wobbly

Admit it: You have trouble keeping your camera level when you’re taking a picture of an important document. And then the text looks all weird, and it’s embarrassing. Alright, maybe it’s not super embarrassing, but it’s nice to avoid skewing…

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How To Cut Or Copy Text In Quick Look [OS X Tips]

Quick Look is a fantastic bit of tech, letting you view any file up close and personal with a quick tap on the Spacebar. It works in the Finder, in Open and Save dialogs, and across a ton of other…

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Simbol App Lets You Find And Copy Special Symbols On iOS

Do you get annoyed at struggling to find symbols on iOS, or find yourself missing the Unicode library found on OS X? If you’re the kind of person that needs to make frequent use of symbols and characters not found…

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Cut, Copy, & Paste Files Directly from Spotlight in Mac OS X

Spotlight Spotlight is the wildly useful search feature built into Mac OS X (and iOS) that is accessible by hitting Command+Spacebar. It can seemingly find and do everything, but did you know it also includes basic file system functionality? Using some little known tricks, you can copy and cut files directly from Spotlight, letting you easily make duplicates of buried hard to find files, or even move a file from some deep  [Read More…]

Samsung Doesn’t Just Copy Apple; It’s Ripping Off Dyson’s Vacuum Cleaners, Too

Samsung-DysonSamsung has earned quite a name for itself copying Apple’s most successful products, but it’s not only in smartphones, tablets, computers, and accessories where the South Korean company sources its inspiration from its closest rivals. British manufacturer Dyson is suing Samsung for allegedly ripping off one of its inventions in a new vacuum cleaner that […]

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Copy Music Directly to iPhone / iPod Without Adding to the Computer iTunes Library

iTunes icon Got a song, podcast, or another audio track that you want to copy directly to your iPhone, but don’t want to add to your computers general iTunes library? You can skip adding the song to the computer iTunes library completely by using a simple but little known trick, letting you directly transfer music and audio to an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. The end result is that you will have  [Read More…]

Inkflow Adds Inkport, ‘Copy And Paste From The Real World’

Inkflow 3.0 adds an amazing new feature to the vector-based sketching app: InkPort. Inkport lets you import your paper sketches from the real world and turn them into editable vector art, just using the iPad’s camera. I first tried Inkflow back in the olden days, and I remember liking the easy editing feature which lets […]

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The 6 Ways Apple Should Copy Google

IMG_1122-1500It feels like Apple is falling way behind. But I don’t think that’s true. I believe Apple puts enormous brain power and good judgement into envisioning the Next Big Thing. It takes them a long time to get it to market. But once it’s there, they iterate to perfect the original vision. In the year […]

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3 Tricks to Quickly Copy a File or Folder Path in Mac OS X

There are a few ways to retrieve a file or folders full path from Mac OS X, and we’ll cover the two easiest methods here, and also a third option that utilizes a Service to instantly copy any path to the clipboard. First, we’ll use the Get Info panel to pull any items complete path, and then we’ll use another trick that utilizes an under appreciated feature of the Terminal to retrieve any directory or files path. The optional Automator  [Read More…]

Anomaly 2 Releases On May 15, Pre-Order Now For A Second Copy Of The Game, 10 Percent Off


Previously teased as an untitled Mystery Game, Anomaly 2 is releasing in just a couple of weeks. Coming May 15th for Mac (and PC, Linux), this real time strategy/tower offense game is the sequel to the 11 Bit Studios’ previous efforts, Anomaly: Warzone Earth and Anomaly Korea, both originally made for iOS.

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