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Wednesday September 10

08:00
Clip articles with Sight and send to OneNote

Today’s post was written by Yue Zhuge, co-founder and CEO of Sight.
Sight is an iPhone-optimized app that lets you clip articles from any iOS app in one snap—and then seamlessly send to OneNote. This powerful, cross platform, integration with Sight and OneNote provides you new ways to clip content from your mobile devices and tablets—expanding on what you can already do with the OneNote Clipper on your PC or Mac.
Read an article on your PC or Mac you want to save? Use OneNote Clipper to send it to OneNote. See something on your iOS device you want to save? Use Sight to clip the article and then save to OneNote.

Recipes, travel destinations, research papers, current news and more, Sight helps you clip... | Read more »

Tuesday September 9

13:21
AppleCare+ for Australia

AppleCare+ includes accidental damage from handling insurance cover (the "ADH coverage"). The ADH coverage is a component of the AppleCare+ suite of products and services. It cannot be purchased separately from AppleCare+. Before proceeding with the sale of AppleCare+, we are required by law to provide you, with the Accidental Damage from Handling - Product Disclosure Statement (or "PDS”), the Apple disclosure statement and the AppleCare+ terms and conditions.

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13:05
Work harder, faster and more… Or not…

The difference between being judgmental and caring can be the benefit of the doubt. Living in Los Angeles I got to learn a lot about people not giving two craps whether you were alive or dead. Unless of course you started to smell the place up. Living in Minneapolis I got to learn a lot about people being a little too much in my business. But then I realized that it’s OK to be in my business, as it keeps apathy at bay and helps make me a better person, provided it doesn’t come with a bit too much judgement. When no one cares, what drives you to be better other than your own desire to be, well, better. Which can be fleeting.
But that’s at home. At work, I’ve started to realize the various stages of my own judgement and don’t always look back on my actions (or judgment of others more to the point) too kindly. There was a time when I worked more 100 hour weeks than 50 hour weeks. I’ve never actually worked less than 50. There was a time when I expected everyone to work the same... | Read more »

12:00
Submit Your iOS 8 Apps Today

Prepare your apps for the App Store by downloading the iOS 8 and Xcode 6 GM seeds now. With these latest seeds, Swift is now final and you can submit your iOS apps written with Swift to the App Store. Learn about iOS 8 for Developers.

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12:00
Updated Guidelines Now Available

Check out the latest App Store Review Guidelines before submitting your new or updated apps for review. We review all apps against these guidelines to ensure they are reliable, perform as expected, and are free of objectionable material.

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12:00
Submit Your iOS 8 Apps Today

Prepare your apps for the App Store by downloading the iOS 8 and Xcode 6 GM seeds now. With these latest seeds, Swift is now final and you can submit your iOS apps written with Swift to the App Store. Learn about iOS 8 for Developers.

| Read more »
12:00
Updated Guidelines Now Available

Check out the latest App Store Review Guidelines before submitting your new or updated apps for review. We review all apps against these guidelines to ensure they are reliable, perform as expected, and are free of objectionable material.

| Read more »
12:00
Announcing Apple Pay

Today we announced Apple Pay, an exciting new feature coming soon, which will give users an easy, secure, and private way to pay for physical goods and services in your iOS 8 app using payment information stored in their iOS device. Learn more about Apple Pay.

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12:00
Announcing Apple Pay

Today we announced Apple Pay, an exciting new feature coming soon, which will give users an easy, secure, and private way to pay for physical goods and services in your iOS 8 app using payment information stored in their iOS device. Learn more about Apple Pay.

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08:00
Excel Power Map September update

Each month we strive to improve Excel Power Map with features that matter most to you, so you can tell richer and more creative stories with your data. This month we are rolling out two big features, Power Map Filtering and Custom Maps, to make your experience using Power Map easier and more exciting!
If you have an Office 365 subscription with automatic updates enabled, you should receive this update soon. If you don’t have automatic updates enabled in Excel, go to File > Account > Update Options > Update Now.
Power Map is part of the powerful and interactive data visualization features within Excel, which are enhanced with Power BI for Office 365, our cloud-based solution for analyzing, visualizing and sharing data insights.
Power Map Filtering enhancements
We heard your feedback loud and clear. As of... | Read more »

Monday September 8

17:21
Bringing stroke Back

Stroke got moved, so dug this up and am reprinting with the latest and greatest location.
Network Utility has a port scanner – it’s built in and really easy to use. Sure, stroke isn’t nmap, but it’s not trying to be… Since Network Utility is distributed with every copy of Mac OS X it stands to reason that every copy of Mac OS X has the ability to scan a port without using a GUI tool.  Enter one of the best named tools in Mac OS X, stroke.  Stroke is the command line back-end to the Port Scan tab of Network Utility.  To use stroke, you will need to cd into the Network Utility application bundle and then cd into Contents and then Resources.
Once you are at “/System/Library/CoreServices/Applications/Network Utility.app/Contents/Resources”, you will need to provide stroke with an IP address (or name), followed by the first port to scan and then the last (or the same number twice if your range is only one IP address.  For example, if you want to port scan port 80 on your own... | Read more »

08:00
A milestone for Office Delve

Today’s post was written by Julia White, general manager of Office 365 Technical Product Management.
We launched Microsoft Office 365 with the vision of helping people get more done, collaborate more effectively, and have greater flexibility in how they work. As we work, share and connect with others—discovering the right information at the right time becomes even more valuable. To this end, I’m excited to announce a significant step forward in making Office 365 even more personalized and tailored to each person. Starting today, Office Delve (previously codenamed “Oslo”) will begin rolling out to Office 365 business customers.
Office Delve is a new way to discover relevant information and connections from across your work life. Delve displays information that is most relevant for each person based on the work they are doing and the people with whom they are engaging.  With... | Read more »

05:23
Join us for Tuesday’s webinar: 5 things to raise y...

In college, there’s a pervasive message that “you’re not in high school anymore, so you better up your game.” But some college students are still doing workarounds and other annoying tasks that they don’t need to do. Join us for our Office 15-Minute Webinar at 9:15 A.M. Pacific Time. There’s also a 20-minute Q&A afterwards. You will need to register for this webinar (it takes only a few seconds).
Register and attend
https://microsoft.eventbuilder.com/event2.asp?eventID=b6e3f597
Doors open at 9:00 A.M Pacific Time and we start promptly at 9:15 A.M. Immediately following will be a 20-minute Q&A.
What you will learn at... | Read more »

03:34
Off-Season Episode, Live from the Penn State Mac A...

Interrupting the offseason, here’s a discussion we recorded between Tim Perfitt and Dave Test, live at the 2014 Penn State Mac Admins Conference. Tim gives a little background about how iBeacon and Passbook were utilized at the conference, and Dave talks about the integration between them and the impossible-to-pronounce sched.org.Hope this tides y’all over until we’re back for season two.About Allister BanksAllister has spoken at LOPSA-East, MacTech Conference, MacAdmins Conference at Penn State, and lives in NYC. He contributes to various open source projects and speaks enough Japanese to order food.Mail | Web |... | Read more »

Friday September 5

15:40
OS X Mavericks 10.9.5 (13F31) Now Available

OS X Mavericks 10.9.5 (13F31) Now Available

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15:40
OS X Mavericks 10.9.5 (13F31) Now Available

OS X Mavericks 10.9.5 (13F31) Now Available

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15:40
iTunes Connect Update

We’ve updated parts of iTunes Connect, including My Apps, Resources and Help, and Users and Roles. To learn about all of the changes, read the latest version of the iTunes Connect Developer Guide.

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15:40
iTunes Connect Update

We’ve updated parts of iTunes Connect, including My Apps, Resources and Help, and Users and Roles. To learn about all of the changes, read the latest version of the iTunes Connect Developer Guide.

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08:06
Join the Office 365 support webcast: What’s New wi...

Join us this Tuesday, September 9 at 9am PST/12pm ET for a discussion on the latest cumulative update release fixes for Project 2013 and also hear about the latest changes and updates to the Project Online environment.
Add this meeting to your calendar now, then at the scheduled time, click the Lync meeting in your calendar to join the call.
Presenters: Aik Chen, Brian Smith, and Adrian Jenkins are all Escalation Engineers in the Project Support Team and have been supporting Project Server for as long as it has existed – and are now also supporting Project Online.
Office 365 support webcasts are a critical program for relieving support issues and encouraging foundation technical readiness. Webcasts are free of charge and are a great opportunity to have conversations with Microsoft employees and get your questions answered.
If... | Read more »

Thursday September 4

09:21
Office Store—new home page, new international stor...

In a year filled with big plans for the Office Store, we’re excited to make a trio of announcements today: a major refresh of the Store experience; the launch of multiple new international markets; and increased visibility of third-party Store apps to both customers and Office sales and deployment partners.
Office Store refresh
This week marks the formal go-live date for the new, beautiful storefront at its new web page, Store.Office.com, which you can see here:

To help customers find relevant apps faster, the new Store home page features a sleek, modern interface with bold, wide-format app icons and a user-friendly Category browse experience down the left side. The free-text search tool has been improved, too.
Repeat visitors will see the best and latest apps near the top of the home page, thanks to a new robust... | Read more »

08:00
Office 365 Developer Podcast: Episode 014 with Jam...

In episode 14, Jeremy Thake chats to James Lau about the OneNote developer story with the public APIs available when accessing notebooks through OneDrive.

http://officeblogspodcastswest.blob.core.windows.net/podcasts/EP14_JamesLau.mp3
Download the podcast here directly.
Weekly updates

Monday August 25

08:02
How to sync music to your iPod when your library i...

Learn about the iPod Selection playlist in iTunes.

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Thursday August 21

08:00
Logic Pro X, MainStage 3: Issues installing additi...

Installing the Logic Pro X or MainStage 3 additional content may not complete, or the estimated time may be longer than you expect.

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07:57
Logic Pro X : Using shared network volumes

If you store a project or it's audio files on a shared network volume, the following issues could occur: 

Audio files might not be edited in the Audio File Editor. 
Fades might not be created or updated. 
Playback may stutter or have other issues. 

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Tuesday August 19

14:36
Courses to study for the ACMT 9L0-011 exam

This article lists the courses that you should review for the 9L0-011 ACMT exam. 

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