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Stylish Storage: 10 Best Ways to Organize Your Entryway

• <b>Locker Room</b> I was searching and searching for the perfect image of lockers used in a fabulous entryway, and it turns out I didn't need to look any …

Build & Organize A Corner Shelving System

Hi, it’s Mandi from Making Nice in the Midwest. When my husband and I first moved into our ranch home two years ago, we weren’t quite sure how to …

How To Use Spotlight Search As A Calculator [OS X Tips]

When I’m sitting at my Mac and need to do a quick bit of calculation, I typically launch the Calculator app with my app launcher of choice, Alfred.<p>If you don’t want to launch the app, click on the numbers, or enter in the calculations via that graphical interface, you can just use Spotlight.<p>First …

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With the proliferation of mobile, internet-connected devices, iOS development and software development as a whole are rapidly expanding fields. The demand for new developers (of all skill levels) far outweighs the supply, and don’t think you need a degree in computer science to get your foot in the …

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If you’ve been looking to add a ton of tools to your designer toolbox to start off the year, then this Cult of Mac Deals offer is going ot be right up your alley.<p><b>The Dynamic Designer Bundle</b> features thousands of design assets and 10 premium website packages, providing you with a nearly endless …

Switch Quickly To Big Finder Icons With AppleScript [OS X Tips]

One cool thing you can do in the Finder is set any window to view as large, 512X512 icons. You can do this by clicking on the icon button in the top left of any Finder window, then dragging the resizing slider in the lower right corner.<p>It’s fairly easy, but not super precise, and if you often use …