iPad Project Singles, based on The iPad 2 Project Book, are ebooks containing complete step-by-step iPad projects.
iPad Project Singles are great way to sample the style of The iPad 2 Project Book. Each iPad Project Single contains a stand-alone project that is not covered in the iPad Project books.
The singles are available as ebooks only, from the iBooks Bookstore on your iOS device, and in the iTunes Store on your computer. Each iPad Project Single costs only .99 cents.
The first three iPad Project Singles are:
Borrow Library e-books for Your iPad. By Lisa L. Spangenberg and Michael E. Cohen.
Build a Comicbook (and PDF) Library for Your iPad. By Dennis R. Cohen.
Convert your E-books to the EPUB format for your iPad. By Dennis R. Cohen.
My co-writer Michael E. Cohen got me using Smile Software’s TextExpander because not only does TextExpander make writing on my Mac easier, the iPad app TextExpander Touch makes writing on an iPad much, much easier, and reduces labor and keystrokes.
But I really began to benefit from TextExpander after reading Michael Cohen’s Take Control of TextExpander book.
Chuck Joiner’s popular podcast features an interview with Michael this week. You can enjoy the dulcet tones of Michael’s voice in the audio version of the podcast at http://www.macvoices.com/wordpress/macvoices-1175-michael-e-cohen-takes-control-of-textexpander/. Or, if you wish to gaze at his striking visage as well, go to the video version at http://macvoices.tv/macvoicestv-1164-michael-e-cohen-takes-control-of-textexpander/.
This is a collection of 316 tracks, including Medieval masses, Baroque and Classical pieces; even a few Romantic pieces. It’s actually more than 24 hours. You can see the complete track list here. It’s a compilation from Naxos, with mostly European musicians and conductors. It’s especially rich in early music, and includes the entire Messiah.
The iTunes link is here.
My co-writer Dennis R. Cohen is blogging about the iPad over at Peachpit:
5 iPad 2 Tips in 5 Days: Tip 1 – Watch Out for the Camera Lens
5 iPad 2 Tips in 5 Days: Tip 2 – Clear Out Background Processes
5 iPad 2 Tips in 5 Days: Tip 3 – Video Is a Space Hog
5 iPad 2 Tips in 5 Days: Tip 4 – Be a VJ
5 iPad 2 Tips in 5 Days: Tip 5 – Print without an HP Printer
Over at Peachpit’s blog, my illustrious colleague Michael E. Cohen has blogged about the Top 10 Reasons I Sleep with My iPad 2.
10. Reading under the covers without a flashlight.
9. Netflix on the pillow is tastier than a chocolate mint.
8. Sleep-timer apps and my music library.
Read the rest here.