#GraduationAdviceIn3Words

The hashtag #GraduationAdviceIn3Words was trending on Twitter this morning and was full of sarcastic jokes. I love a good joke (and am known to be sarcastic at times) but I felt compelled to offer some actual useful advice and it just kept rolling out. Someone suggested to put them all in one place, so here […]

How to Filter Only UNREAD Emails on Your iPhone 

Okay, I’m about to make your day-to-day life just a wee bit easier and more efficient. Hope this helps the grind.  If you’re like me, sometimes you waste time trying to get at that specific unread email from a few days back and you find yourself flicking down through all those emails you’ve already read […]

4 Ways To Use iPhone 6 Plus with 1 Hand

Did you buy an iPhone 6 or 6 Plus? Thinking about it? A week ago, the iPhone 5/5S/5C were the latest and greatest iPhones. Here is Apple’s commercial touting one of that model’s major benefits–that you can use it with one hand.   But that was before there was an iPhone model with the word “Plus” in […]

4 Key Changes in the New iOS Twitter App

If you use the official Twitter app, you may be confused or frustrated as Twitter rolls out their new design. Here are 4 key changes you should know about: Lists are now under the gear icon rather than the lower middle portion of your homepage. Drafts are now accessed by clicking the quill (the same […]

iPhone 6 or 6 Plus? This Makes the Decision Easy

You can read multiple wandering reviews about these cool new products, written in prose, or you can use this one-pager to quickly access whether you should upgrade to iPhone 6, 6 Plus, or neither. The goal here is fun, efficient empowerment, helping you choose and have confidence which model is right for you.   Here are 4 Ways […]

How to Use Desktop Twitter on iPhone & iPad

The Twitter app is great but if you’re on iPhone Safari looking at Twitter, it’s probably because you want the full desktop experience, rather than a facsimile of what the app already gives you. Access the desktop version of Twitter by clicking here. Know any other good Twitter tricks?

Business (and Life) Lessons from the World Cup (and my Dad & Son)

In watching the World Cup and my son’s traveling soccer games, I’ve come to realize that a look at the basic differences between offense and defense gives insight on human behavior and personalities that we can all use in business, as well as life in general. In this exercise, players on offense might be executives, marketers, salespeople, creatives […]

Literary Agent List

I often get asked by new or aspiring authors at conventions or over social networks if they can submit a manuscript or proposal. Like most companies in the creative arts, we do accept submissions but only through agents and attorneys (or colleagues) with whom we already do business. This is really in the best interest […]

What I Like & Don’t Like About Apple iOS 7

I updated to iOS 7 last night and fooled with it for a few hours. Here’s a simple rundown of what I like and don’t like about it. What I Like About iOS 7 Speed— iOS 7 seems a lot faster and more responsive than iOS 6. I don’t know if it is faster or […]

4 Benefits to Turning Your iPhone Sideways

Here are some easy benefits you get simply by turning your iPhone sideways: Your keyboard gets bigger (which decreases typos made by errant or fat thumbs). This works in any app that uses the keyboard. Vertical (for Barbie-sized fingers) Horizontal (for human fingers) Your video looks like video. When you shoot video, pivot your iPhone […]