SmileOnMyMac in Miami

Philip Blog, Live, MUGS, PDFpen

Gold Coast Mac Users Group, showing off PDFpen and DiscLabel primarily. Several members of the audience chimed in to share their happy SmileOnMyMac customer stories. What a fine and intelligent group! I also gave a demo at the Apple Store at The Falls in South Miami. The demo coincided with the enormous power black-out that we had in Florida last …

TextExpander: Abbreviation Strategies

Philip Blog, TextExpander, TextExpander Tips

I have all my abbreviations ending with “z” so that there is little chance of them getting confused with a word I don’t want substituted. It makes them easier to remember, and not many words (quiz is the only one that springs to mind) end in z. This is the first tip where someone has suggested using the last character …

PDFpen: Video Tutorial Now Available

Philip Blog, News

DiscLabel video tutorial was very positive, so we decided to do one for PDFpen. We called on screencast producer extraordinaire Don McAllister of ScreenCastsOnline to work his magic again, and you can view the resulting PDFpen tutorial videos on our site. One of the nice benefits of having a third party produce a tutorial is that we get a fresh …

PDFpenPro wins Editor's Choice from The Mac Observer!

Philip Blog, News

We had a great week at Macworld San Francisco 2008. One of the big highlights: PDFpenPro was selected for The Mac Observer’s Editor’s Choice Award, along with 11 other great Mac products. As the editors wrote in the award announcement, PDFpenPro “empowers users with the tools they need to edit their PDFs, create PDF forms, add signatures and graphics, and …

SmileOnMyMac Featured on Jumping Monkeys

Philip Blog, Podcasts

< ![CDATA[ Despite the craziness that is Macworld Expo Week, I had a chance to sit down on Wednesday with Megan Morrone and Leo Laporte on their podcast, Jumping Monkeys. The general theme of the podcast is “parenting in the digital age.” I recently launched a personal blog called The Favorite Aunt that focuses on tips for aunts and uncles, …