No MacBook, No Sweat

My trip out to Biennial marked my first major trip sans MacBook. Given one of my reasons for traveling to Biennial was to take photos with my DSLR, this was a huge deal. And yet, the combination of iOS and Lightroom Mobile erases my need to have my MacBook with my when I’m away. I…

Lightroom Mobile Workflow

Yesterday I described my impressions of Lightroom Mobile. Today I’d like to share my Lightroom Mobile workflow. Transferring images from the camera There are two methods I use to transfer photos from my Nikon DSLR to an iOS device. Camera Connection Kit I own the original camera connection kit which came out at the same…

Continuing with the Nexus 7

I’ve been using the Nexus 7 for a couple of weeks so I  want to share some thoughts on how its been going. Over all, I continue to really like the tablet. My only nag on the hardware is the layout of the volume rocker and sleep/wake button. They are placed so close together I…

Distractions smactions…

One of the first objections I hear from pastors regarding the use of digital technology in worship is, “Then people will be too distracted, I want them to be completely focused on the sermon.” I don’t buy it, for several reasons. First, this makes the assumption that people ever were “completely focused on the sermon.” Well,…

Mobile Suite Showdown – Importing and Exporting

Productivity apps on the iPad continue to be one of the top selling points for the device. It’s no surprise, then, that there are several office suites available in the App Store. This post is going to explore the three main “all in one” suites which are available on the iPad – Documents to Go,…

Mobile Suite Showdown – Editor Layout

Productivity apps on the iPad continue to be one of the top selling points for the device. It’s no surprise, then, that there are several office suites available in the App Store. This post is going to explore the three main “all in one” suites which are available on the iPad – Documents to Go,…