1. Help
    September 3rd, 2014 by Macworld Staff
    Automate your Mac: three smart hacks for managing files

    Managing files and folders is one of the most obvious – and easiest – chores to automate on your Mac, thanks to specialised tools like Hazel,...

  2. Help
    May 1st, 2014 by Kirk McElhearn
    The right way to tag everything in iTunes

    Imagine what your iTunes library would be like if all your songs just had random characters for their song, artist and album names. You’d never...

  3. Help
    October 4th, 2013 by Christopher Breen
    Exploring iPhoto’s ratings, keywords and local sharing features

    You’d think that after seven full lessons on the workings of a ‘simple’ image cataloguing and editing application such as iPhoto, we...

  4. Help
    September 4th, 2013 by Kirk McElhearn
    iTunes tagging basics and tips

    Items in your iTunes library need tags, or bits of information that identify them and help iTunes organise and sort them properly. These tags (aka...

  5. Blogs
    July 30th, 2013 by Brett Terpstra
    Mavericks and tagging

    The next version of OS X (Mavericks) is going to have file tagging capabilities built directly into Finder (as well as save dialogues and iCloud...

  6. News
    June 20th, 2012 by Jared Newman
    Facebook buys Face.com; prepare for easier Photo Tagging

    Facebook has acquired Face.com, a facial recognition start-up, in a likely attempt to make photo-tagging easier on the social network. The acquisition...

  7. News
    June 10th, 2011 by Ed Oswald
    Facebook apologises for face recognition foul-up

    One day after security firm Sophos alerted Facebook users that Facebook may be using facial recognition to identify them in pictures, the social networking...

  8. Help
    Back up iPhoto’s Faces database

    Using the Faces feature in iPhoto ’09 to assign names to the people in your photos can take a good bit of time. And one small glitch...

  9. Help
    Using Flickr to promote your photos

    If you’re a photographer, the photo-sharing site Flickr offers a great way to get your work seen and to elicit feedback. But it's unlikely that...

  10. Reviews
    Mac Gems: iLovePhotos uses face detection to sort photos

    Chances are you’ve probably heard about the Faces feature in iPhoto ‘09 that makes it quick and easy to find all photos of a particular someone in...

  11. Reviews
    Mac Gems: Photo Wrangler makes it easy to quickly scan through a folder of photos

    When I use my digital camera, I tend to take a lot of photos. After all, one of the beauties of going digital is that you don’t have to worry...

  12. Help
    Facing the Faces: Getting better results from iPhoto

    I've already written about my love of Faces, the iPhoto '09 feature that automatically picks out the faces of people in your photos. The tool is great...

  13. Reviews
    NEW: Keyword Manager updated for iPhoto ’09

    Apple added or improved quite a few features in iPhoto ‘09, but one in particular hasn’t received much attention since iPhoto ‘08: keywords....

  14. Help
    Change how iPhoto ’09 resizes the Add New Faces box

    iPhoto ’09’s new Faces feature works well, but sometimes misses faces in photos. If that happens to you, you can find the missing faces by clicking...

  15. Blogs
    Dear iPhoto: Faces rocks, but I am not a bicycle

    I have previously mentioned my enthusiasm for the new features in iLife '09, but only – finally – got the chance to play with the bundle this...

  16. Reviews
    Review: iPhoto ’09

    Of the five applications that make up iLife, iPhoto is the one with the broadest appeal. After all, nearly everyone has photos on their Mac,...

  17. Reviews
    Face-time with iPhoto ’09’s Faces feature

    iLife ’09 hit retail shelves this past week, bringing with it perhaps one of the most anticipated additions to the suite of digital lifestyle...

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