There are times when we may wish to have access to information while on the move, and not necessarily within internet access. To solve this problem information may be saved as Portable Document Format (PDF) and stored on your mobile device to access while off-line. There are web plug-ins and apps that let you convert web pages and other documents to PDF.
However web sites are very useful in linking pages of information together so that you can organise several sources of information into a series on linked pages.
You can also do this with PDF files and you can create these links with most good Word Processing apps like LibreOffice.
When we produced the Apple-Q Disk of the Month there was always a folder which contained web links that Judith Hall had sent to me via email. There were lots of interesting tidbits of interest to Jude, me, and other members. So here are some of the things that she has found in the last month.
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Top Stories: Redesigned iMac at WWDC?, Mac's Transition to Arm Chips, Apple Hits $1.5 Trillion (worth more than Australia’s GDP)
Apple closes the book on iBooks Author
Apple may use 12-core 5nm ARM processor in a 2021 Mac
How to use Group FaceTime
Autodesk Sketchbook Goes Free
Whilst sitting about at hearing related appointments with my husband I perused some of the literature to fill time and amongst the leaflets was the subject of tinnitus.
Tinnitus is described as the perception of sound when no corresponding external sound is present. Some people may describe the sounds ringing, clicking, buzzing, hiss, or roaring. It can be soft or loud, low or high pitched and appear to be coming from one or both ears. It can sound like music or singing but that's quite rare.