Harry Guinness
Harry Guinness is a writer, web designer, photographer, publisher, entrepreneur, consultant, apple fan, and International Man of Mystery. You can follow him on Twitter or visit his website.
Tutorials
  • Computer Skills
    Use Markdown Anywhere, on a Mac, With Markdown Service ToolsMarkdown preview
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    In this tutorial I'll show you how to set up and use Brett Terpstra's Markdown Service Tools to write Markdown anywhere on your Mac–even in applications that don't normally support it–and convert it in place to HTML or RTF.Read More…
  • Computer Skills
    The Leap Motion Controller and Mac: Part 3Leap preview
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    In this tutorial I'll show you how to use the Leap Motion Controller and BetterTouchTool to explore the leading edge of Human-Computer interaction. I'll show you how to search Google without ever touching the keyboard or mouse and how to use the same tools to do other cool things.Read More…
  • Computer Skills
    The Leap Motion Controller and Mac: Part 2Leap preview
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    In this tutorial I'll show you how to use BetterTouchTool and the Leap Motion Controller to add custom gestures into workflows. With the information in this tutorial you'll be able to save documents with a wave of your hand!Read More…
  • Computer Skills
    The Leap Motion Controller and Mac: Part 1Leap preview
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    The Leap Motion Controller is a new way of interacting with a Mac. The tiny USB device lets you use hand gestures in the air to control apps that support it. In this tutorial I show how to get started with the Leap Motion Controller.Read More…
  • Computer Skills
    Introducing Markdown on OS XMarkdown
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    Markdown is a popular formatting syntax that lets you easily write plain text that can be converted into a number of other formats; mainly HTML. In this tutorial I will show you how to use the Markdown syntax on OS X.Read More…
  • Computer Skills
    An Introduction to Bluetooth, Mac and iPhoneBluetoothpreview
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    Bluetooth is a wireless protocol that allows the wireless connection of devices. In this tutorial I’ll explain what Bluetooth is, I'll show you how to use an iPhone to unlock a Mac, how to enter text on an iPhone with the Mac's keyboard and how to use a Mac to make and receive phone calls. All with the help of Bluetooth.Read More…
  • Photo & Video
    Selling Your Photos With SquarespaceSquarespace preview
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    In this tutorial, I'll show you how to sell prints and digital downloads of your photos through Squarespace.Read More…
  • Computer Skills
    Improve Workflow by Avoiding the DockDock
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    The Dock has been a permanent feature of OS X, however, it's slowly losing relevance as a place from which to access apps. There are more efficient and faster ways to access the programs you need. In this tutorial I show how to ditch the Dock and work smarter.Read More…
  • Computer Skills
    Extreme Security With TrueCryptTruecryptpreview
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    In this tutorial I'll show you how to use TrueCrypt to store files on your Mac as securely and secretly as possible. I’ll also show you how to use nested TrueCrypt volumes to keep your secrets safe–even if you are subjected to extortion or torture.Read More…
  • Computer Skills
    Getting Started with Pages for iCloudPages icloud icon
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    Apple's Pages for iCloud web app is a full-featured word processor that works much like its desktop counterpart. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to use all of Pages' online features and how to use it to craft beautiful documents.Read More…
  • Computer Skills
    5 Simple Solutions to Common Mac Problems5
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    Not every problem with your Mac requires an in-depth tutorial. Some small issues can be solved with a single piece of advice: "install this app." In this tutorial, I'll tackle five such problems and introduce you to some great apps that provide quick and easy solutions. Read More…
  • Computer Skills
    Quick Tip: Free Up Gigabytes of Space by Deleting Language FilesPreview
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    Macs are sold in more than 100 countries around the world, many of them with different languages. These extra languages can take up a surprising amount of space on your Mac's hard drive. In this quick tip I will show you how to recover this wasted space using the free application Monolingual.Read More…