Live Video coverage of WWDC Keynote

From PrMac

The Digital Lifestyle will be providing live coverage before, during, and after Steve Jobs' keynote address at Apple's Worldwide Developer's Conference, Monday June 9th. Live video coverage will begin at noon ET / 9AM PT, one hour before the scheduled start of the Keynote. Throughout the Keynote, The Digital Lifestyle will summarize and comment on the latest details from blogs across the internet. 

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Use iWeb To Share Your Family Photos

If your family is spread out and the best way for you to share your pictures is on the web then this is for you. I love to share my pictures of my family online but don't like not having the control over them that I may have to give sites like flickr and others like it. In this post I am going to show you how to use iWeb to take total control over how you share your photos online.

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New Sidebar Item For You

We have just added a new side bar item for you from amazon. If you use amazon to buy your music and then move your songs to itunes. Then please help us out by using the side bar to buy the song you want. It is very easy to use. Just click the play button on the widget and a listing of the top songs will show up. Run through the listings and pick the songs you want. if you want to preview the song just use the small play button. If you like it hit the buy button and amazon will take care of the rest.

Let us know in the comments if you have any problems with the service. I hope you enjoy the [...]

New Google Reader for iPhone

Last night I was going through my feeds and came across this post from Google.

Google has introduced a new RSS Reader for the iPhone and In the normal Google fashion, it is a Beta. To use it all you will need to do is open mobile Safari on your iPhone or if you want to see what it might look like on your computer before you try it on the iPhone use this tip to do so. (Want To See What an iPhone Only Website Looks Like without an iPhone)

The new reader makes mobile RSS reading even better by showing you the titles in a list view, and instead of opening a new link when you click [...]

Switch Between All Open Windows

Over at The Mac Tipper Blog they have posted a great tip for using your keyboard to cycle through all of the open windows. The short cut is called "Move focus to the active window or next window" in the Keyboard Shortcuts area of the Keyboard & Mouse System Preference Pane. According to the post the default is "Control + F4" but, if you are like me and on a macbook and just hit the "Control +F4" all it does is change the volume (some newer Macbook keyboards are different). For the default to work for me I also have to hit the "FN" key and to hit all of those keys its not a comfortable [...]

Has Anyone Ever Asked You To Resend an E-mail

If anyone has ever asked you to resend an e-mail for any reason her is how you can avoid having to retype the entire message.

Once you have opened Mail.app go to the sent items and select the e-mail you want to resend. Don't open the message just select it. Now head up to the Message tab on the menu bar and select Send Again or if you are a big Keyboard Shortcut user hit "Shift + Command + D". A new window will pop up and your original message will be there just like it was just before you hit send. As a matter of good practice you should check to make sure the e-mail address is correct [...]

Want To See What an iPhone Only Website Looks Like without an iPhone

Have you ever wanted to see what one of the iPhone only websites look like? With Safari you can. First, you will need to use Safari in the Developer mode. (WAIT ITS REALLY EASY I PROMISE DON'T LET THE DEVELOPER MODE SCARE YOU) To use the developer mode in safari all you have to do is open the Preferences menu in Safari and click on the Advanced tab. (more…)

Find Out The Total Size of More than One File

Most people know that if you right click and select "Get Info" or "Command + I" on a file in Finder you will get all kinds of information about the file. But, did you know that if you select a few files and "Option + Command + 1" "Option + Command + I"(Thanks Dave M for the pick up)on that it will show you the total size of the files you have selected.