You can edit certain fields in iBooks: Title, Author, Category or Collection. You just need to know how.
Update: there is a way to edit metadata. When Apple introduced the iBooks app, and moved ebooks from iTunes, it introduced an annoying constraint. You could no longer edit the metadata of your ebooks. You can’t change the author’s name – which you might want to do to display authors in last name, first name […]
I’ve been using Kindles since the first small model, back in the pre-touch, pre-backlit days. I never really got on with them: my eyes don’t like the lack of contrast, though I loved reading with them outdoors. When the Kindle Paperwhite came out, I liked that device very much, and had each of the two […]
Updated for the recently released LaunchBar 6. I’ve been using LaunchBar for nearly as long as it has been around on the Mac. It’s the first utility that I install on every new Mac; with LaunchBar installed, I can get on with everything else I need to do. LaunchBar has superpowers. It won’t give you […]
On this week’s episode of The Committed podcast, Ian Schray, Rob Griffiths and I discuss the current kerfuffle between Amazon and Hachette over ebook pricing, the changes to Gatekeeper – the security feature in OS X that works with sandboxing – in OS X 10.9.5, and more. Listen to The Committed, Episode 45: Not Orwellian.