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Keyboard Shortcuts for Evernote

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One of the many reasons why I love Mac OS X is the possibility to define your own keystroke / key-combinations for menu items in whatever application you like.

To make working with tables in Evernote easier, I added the following keystrokes to Mac OS X System Preferences -> Keyboard -> Shortcuts -> App Shortcuts (^ = ctrl-key):

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Backgammon in MacForth 1986

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In 1984, FORTH came to the first Macintosh as MacForth. I coded some apps with it in 1986/7 on a Macintosh and later on my Macintosh Plus.
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From all the apps I wrote, I kept just one, as a paper source code listing : Backgammon , which I started coding in 1986 but never really finished.
So, for memory's sake, I publish it on my website so you and I can enjoy reading and looking at it, whilst thinking about the first days we had a fabulous MacPlus to work with. BTW, there's still some activity around FORTH on Github .
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Put documents on your Mac in iCloud for GoodReader

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If you want to store documents from your Mac in iCloud for, say GoodReader, there is an easy way to do this!

First step to take is to store a document in iCloud from within GoodReader.
Next step is to setup your Mac to use iCloud. You might need Mac OS X Lion for this to work.
The last step is to open the Library folder inside your Home folder. By default, this folder is hidden in Mac OS X Lion, but you can open it or make it permanently visible by using one of these methods.

Inside ~/Library you'll find a folder named Mobile Documents.
If all has been setup well, GoodReader's iCloud folder should be visible there. Inside that folder is a Documents folder. Simply drag a document into that folder and it is auto-synced into iCloud. You are then able to see the document in GoodReader's iCloud folder and download it from there onto your iOS device.

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I have made an alias in my Finder window's sidebar to the Mobile Documents folder, so I have quick access to it.

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Get to the hard disk of an iMac (2008)

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I made a 'step-by-step' guide of a way to open an iMac to take the hard disk out. Without disk, I could send the iMac in for repairs and not worry about data loss or information going somewhere where it should not be.
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