New Dropbox For Mac Beta Finally Brings iPhoto Importing, Screenshot Sharing | Cult of Mac

In the latest Dropbox for Mac beta, you can finally import your iPhoto library.

 

The beta, released on Wednesday, also includes the ability to automatically share screenshots with friends and colleagues. Once activated, every screenshot you snap on your Mac is uploaded to a shares Screenshots folder, which can then be accessed by those with the necessary privileges.

 
Read more at http://www.cultofmac.com/230240/new-dropbox-for-mac-beta-finally-brings-iphoto-importing-screenshot-sharing/#FEtgbOMQHEPVLuLb.99

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If you’d like to try the features out for yourself, you can download the latest Dropbox beta now from the source link below.

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Read Steven Sande’s entire article here.

What happens when you make a Google Reader client for iPad and Mac, and then Google announces that the service is closing up shop on July 1, 2013? If you’re developer Silvio Rizzi, you continue development on a version of your app that won’t rely on Google Reader, and you give away your app for free. As of today, Rizzi is making Reeder for iPad and Reeder for Mac freely available.

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Adam Dachis describes a system he uses for his “paperless” office.  It uses:
  • Doxie One or Doxie Go ($149-199): The Doxie One is the cheaper of the two scanners, but the Doxie Go comes with a battery so you can scan on the go. Personally, I use the Doxie Go so I can more easily scan away from my computer (and watch TV during those big scanning jobs) but either model will do the job just fine.
  • Evernote: You’ll use Evernote to store and organize your new digital paper. Download the app and sign up for an account (if you don’t have one already).
  • Eye-Fi X2 Card (Optional, $30): When you put an Eye-Fi card in Doxie, it’ll transfer scans over Wi-Fi back to your computer. While it requires a little extra setup, Doxie works much better this way. All you have to do is scan and check your computer moments later to find the file(s).
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