So you want to change iTunes accounts on your iOS device huh? It’s not a hard process if you know how to do it, so I made it very simple below so that anyone can do it. Enjoy.
- Go in to your settings app.
- Go into “Store” or “iTunes and App Stores” in the settings app.
- Tap the Apple id at the top.
- Tap “Sign out”
- Sign in with your new account.
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I could talk about technology as usual, but today I’m going to do something different. As we close the year, I want to highlight an organization that doesn’t get enough credit. How many times have you been on Wikipedia this year? Dozens? Hundreds of times perhaps?
Every poorly researched research paper, and verified scientific fact you get from them is ad- free thanks to the Wikimedia Foundation, thousands of donors who pay for it, and hundreds of thousands of volunteers who keep it accurate and spam-free though they’re payed in nothing but gratitude. Even the founder and head of the organization, Jim Wales doesn’t take a penny.. The tens of millions of articles in nearly 300 languages have a global reach, offering a source of information never possible before today. 365 million people, enough for one million people per day of the year, visit Wikipedia regularly, racking up billions of monthly pageviews.
“People take issue with individual aspects of Wikipedia all the time. But it’s kind of hard to hate the general idea of a free encyclopedia. It’s like hating kittens. ”- Jimmy Wales
People of all occupations contribute to a global resource. Scientists, teachers, businessmen, and more have worked together to create a resource so vast that it covers everything from the smallest town to the largest known planet, and beyond. Wikipedia really is incredible in size, numbers, and in its’ existence and I’d like to highlight the work of the foundation today through sharing this video that they just posted showcasing a few of the fine folks who volunteer their time on Wikipedia. Enjoy.
Macs are great for nearly everything. One thing they’re not so great for is blogging. There are very few blogging clients out there for mac, and even fewer that work well. Blogeasy ($10) fits into the former, but not the latter category.
While Blogeasy is usable, and functioning, I wouldn’t call it functional. First of all, there is no way to load previous posts. This is specifically for new posts because there is simply no way to edit anything else. That’s only the icing of the limitation cake though.
Don’t expect to add images to your posts. Don’t expect to bold, underline, or color your text. Don’t expect to to add links unless you know html well. I know limited HTML, but I’m certainly not fast enough at typing it in to make this application useful to me. Honestly, this app is utterly useless. Don’t buy it.
And now to rant:
Blogging is a HUGE industry, so why does no one, other than MarsEdit make a decent mac blogging client? Big opening here people! Develop a good solution, and many people will pay handsomely. I HATE when openings like this go unfilled because I know of plenty of useless applications that get developed unnecessarily. I am an angry nerd right now.