We’ve all been there: there’s a particular file you need to grab from our office computer, or maybe you left your laptop at a friend or family member’s house. Unless that document is backed up in the cloud, which you may want to avoid for various reasons, there’s no way to get it.
Choosing the right font is trickier than it might seem. Matching the right font to a project isn’t always so easy, especially when there’s no easy way to compare and search for fonts. That’s where Typeface comes in.
If you often need to work with multiple database types, you know the pain. Most database management systems only support one or a few, so you end up using multiple database managers, which defeats their purpose in the first place.
Getting through your to-do list is no small task, especially when you don’t have an organizational system that works for you. Dozens of digital aids and apps promise results, but are often too bloated or unwieldy to help.
Ever felt like your Mac’s standard speakers weren’t quite doing justice to a particular tune? You’re probably onto something. Songs aren’t interchangeable — they all have optimal settings for bass, treble, and more that your speakers don’t necessarily provide. So what’s the solution?
As with every art form, photography has a fun part and a not-so-fun part. The fun part? Trekking to the view, fiddling with lenses, setting up the shot, waiting patiently, and capturing the perfect moment. The not-so-fun part? Coming home to a jumble of digital photos with nonsense file names and thinking: did I really take all these? And what am I going to do with them?
The world is getting smaller, but language barriers are as much of a challenge as they ever were. And while there’s no shortage of websites out there promising fast, free translations, the quality can be… uneven.