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How To Consolidate Your iPhoto Library and Remove Duplicates how i can cler my pictuer in facebook?
How Can I Merge Several Different iPhoto Libraries Together? Longtime Mac users often have pictures scattered across several different machines in multiple iPhoto libraries. Sometimes it’s nice to merge everything together when upgrading to a new machine:

    I saw your MacRx article on Consolidating Your iPhoto Library and Removing Duplicates. How would you recommend I consolidate several different libraries? I have my first iPhoto library on my vintage Mac Mini. I have a 2nd iPhoto library on a laptop. My third library is on my new iMac. I want everything on the new iMac. What is the best way to attack this?
    I recommend iPhoto Library Manager. That will let you merge photos from the different libraries into one, either all items or selected rolls/events/albums. You can copy all files to the new iMac first, or access them directly from the individual machines.

You may have some duplicates depending on how the different libraries were originally created, so do as much pruning ahead of time as you can. You can then merge events and de-duplicate as noted in the article.

    Thanks! I’ll try iPhoto Library Manager. Any tips on how to best move the files (iPhoto data plus other files) from the other Macs to my new iMac?

Several ways. You can either (1) boot the old Macs in FireWire Target Disk Mode, (2) copy the old libraries to an external hard drive and import from there, or (3) enable filesharing on the old Macs and access each from the new Mac over your network.
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Google Chrome Is Officially Coming To The iPhone & iPad Later Today
Want To Run OS X On Your iPad? The ModBook Pro Is The Next Best Thing
Gameloft’s Amazing Spider-Man Now Available For Android And iOS
The Best Jailbreak Apps For The iPhone 4S
Google Chrome Is Officially Coming To The iPhone & iPad Later Today

John Brownlee (10:24 am PDT, Jun 28)

At the annual Google I/O developer conference, Google just announced that their famous Chrome browser is coming to the iPhone and iPad. It will work just like the Mac and PC version, syncing history, open tabs, passwords and more across all your computers using your official Google account.

According to Google, Chrome for iOS will be landing in the App Store later today, for free. And here’s where I finally stop using Mobile Safari, especially if some enterprising jailbreaker can hack in the ability to use it as my iPad’s default browser.

We’ll let you know when it’s live. Above, check out a video of Chrome for iPhone and iPad in action. Looks fantastic.
And why would anyone want to use Safari anymore?
Because it's a better browser, is faster, and doesn't steal everything you type.
And would Jobs have ever approved this on Appstore?
Yet another way for Google to track everything you do… and why would anyone want this?
Just installed it on iPhone... 1st Impressions: Awesome, Superb!
Wonder why would anyone want to buy an android anymore? And why would anyone want to use Safari anymore?
And would Jobs have ever approved this on Appstore?
is Cult of Mac's Deputy Editor. He has also written for Wired, Playboy, Boing Boing,Popular Mechanics, VentureBeat, and Gizmodo. He lives in Boston with his girlfriend and two parakeets. You can follow him here on Twitter.
Way back before Apple unveiled the original iPad, your only choice for getting an Apple tablet was to buy a ModBook: converted MacBooks with built-in Wacom digitizers that operated like the tablet PCs of old.

Of course, once the iPad debuted, a lot of the market for the ModBook dried up, but now they’re back with the ModBook Pro, which takes the 13-inch MacBook Pro and turns it into an OS X-running tablet.

Specs-wise, the ModBook Pro is identical to the 13-inch MacBook Pro: Intel’s Ivy Bridge Core i5 processor clocked at 2.5Ghz, integrated HD 4000 GPU, up to 16GB of RAM, up to 1TB of hard drive space (plus a 960GB SSD option), SuperDrive, and WiFi b/g/n plus Bluetooth. The real secret sauce is the Wacom digitizer that adds 512 levels of pressure sensitivity to the 1280×800 display.

Otherwise, this is similar to a MacBook Pro turned folded back so it’s screen faces outwards. The chassis design features an attractive sloped edge, and grippy feet make sure that the ModBook Pro can be propped up at a 50 degree angle on a desk without slipping for easier, more ergonomic artistry.

On the one hand, I’m sure there are a number of design professionals who would absolutely love to have a tablet that runs OS X and their favorite software and also boasts a number of useful ports like Thunderbolt, USB 3.0, SDXC and so on. On the other hand, ModBooks have never been cheap, and the ModBook Pro — price still unannounced — looks like it might just end up being the most expensive one yet.
Vincent Messina has been writing and evangelizing about Android for the past three years. When he's not playing the part of "Loki" to his 5 and 4-year-old, he can be found here, covering all things Android. He adamantly believes Android has the greatest community around and can be harassed at any of the following locations: Google+, Twitter.
The Best Jailbreak Apps For The iPhone 4S
Now that you’ve successfully jailbroken your iPhone 4S running iOS 5, what do you install? Whether you’re new to Cydia or a jailbreak veteran, we’ve gathered a list of the best jailbreak apps available for Apple’s latest smartphone.
Think of Activator as the key to unlocking limitless shortcut possibilities on your iPhone 4S. Many jailbreak tweaks use Activator to let you trigger actions from anywhere in iOS (double tapping the status bar, triple tapping the Home button, etc.), and you can also assign some stock actions in Activator for controlling basic aspects of iOS. Download Activator for free in Cydia. You’ll be glad you did.
SBSettings has long been the reason to jailbreak the iPhone. The simple shortcut utility allows you to access all of the system settings you toggle daily with a quick Activator action. For example, you could double tap your iPhone’s status bar to trigger a panel of settings, such as Bluetooth and WiFi, and turn features on and off at the blink of an eye. SBSettings is free in Cydia, and you can also download lots of free themes to change the panel’s look to match your Home screen.
As another staple tweak for new and old jailbreakers alike, Action Menu enhances your default iOS copy/paste menu with added features and options. You can tweet highlighted sections of text, look up definitions quickly, see your clipboard history, and more. While Action Menu is free, you can get the Plus Pack for $2.99 with added enhancements
If you need a legitimate reason to jailbreak your iPhone 4S,www.anasisila.webnode.comlook no farther than IntelliScreenX. This insanely detailed extension takes your iOS 5 Notification Center to the next level. IntelliScreenX brings functionality to the Notification Center drop-down window that Apple should have included by default. Not only can you toggle settings like WiFi, 3G, Airplane mode and others, but you can view things like RSS feeds as well. There are multiple pages added to your Notification Center for quickly checking your Mail, Twitter and Facebook. Everything you need to see is in one place. Get this great tweak in Cydia for $9.99 with a free trial. When you purchase IntelliScreenX, you get a nifty tweak called Messages+ as well.
CyDelete is a dead simple tweak that lets you delete Cydia apps from your iPhone’s Home screen like regular apps from the App Store. You’d think that such a thing could be done by default, but you actually need CyDelete to make it happen. It’s a small annoyance, but one that can be easily alleviated with this free jailbreak tweak.
One of the many perks of jailbreaking is the ability to theme your iPhone. You can make iOS look like just about anything, whether it be Windows Phone 7 or even Android (we know, ew.) Winterboard is another jailbreak app that many other themes and mods rely on to work properly, so it’s probably best that you download it for free in Cydia.
Summary: iPhoto is one of the most popular Apple applications on Mac system. This slideshow shows you how to merge iPhoto libraries and remove duplicate photos from iPhoto with simple steps.
What is iPhoto? iPhoto is one of the most popular Apple applications on Mac system. Bundled with every new Mac since 2002, millions of people have imported and manipulated billions of photos with this useful software.
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How to merge libraries in iPhoto? STEP1: Launch iPhoto, click "Events" within the pane on the left side of the iPhoto window. You will see all of your photo libraries or events. STEP2: Click a photo library that you want to merge with another. Drag and drop this library into the destination library. A dialog box will appear to ask you for confirming the merge. STEP3: Click "Merge". Then the photos from the original library are now a part of the destination library.
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How to remove Duplicate Photos in iPhoto Library? After merging events and libraries, you may find that there are duplicate copies of photos. To delete iPhoto duplicate pictures, you can follow the instructions: Way1: In iPhoto, select the album that has the duplicate photos in it. Click the duplicate photo which you want to remove from your album. Then click the "Delete" button on your keyboard or directly drag and drop the photo into the Trash.
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Way2: iPhoto Duplicate Annihilator is a small but useful application which can scan pictures in iPhoto library and tag all the duplicate copies that it find by putting the Duplicate in the comments. After scanning, you need to go to iPhoto and search for duplicate in the comment. Items which appear with the duplicate tag can be deleted.
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into trouble when I realized that my HP all-in-one printer/scanner/fax would not cooperate and make multi-paged .PDFs. This was a tragedy. Every time I scanned a new page it would just create a new .PDF file. Well, after years of being a Mac user, I finally broke into one of the handiest tools ever: the Automator! I’ve never used the Automator before–I guess I never really had a reason. What I’m about to discuss was my introduction to the world of the Automator and just a taste of it’s glory.

I had a need to scan multiple documents into a single .PDF file. Ideally, I’d like the scanner to do this automatically as I scan them. But after some research, I realized that wasn’t gonna happen. What I did discover, however, was that the Automator has an immensely useful function (aside from having the coolest looking icon ever). With the help of the Automator, I was able to scan files to .PDF individually then create a work flow that would turn that group of .PDFs into a single .PDF file.  Ahh…  Tragedy solved!

Easily merge your PDF documents into a sigle file. Free to try!
Rather than keep this groovyTip to myself, I decided to quickly document the steps and share it with all of you!  Enjoy!
Creating an Automator Workflow to Combine PDFs into a Single Document
Automator will prompt you to choose a template for your workflow. Select Application and hit Choose.
Expand Library on the left-hand side. Select Files and Folders (it has the same icon as Finder). Next, Select Get Selected Finder Items in the next column. Drag and drop Get Selected Finder items into the right-hand window, where it reads “Drag actions or files here to build your work
Go back to the Library on the left-hand side and look for PDFs. Select it and look for Combine PDF Pages.
Drag and drop Combine PDF Pages into the right-hand pane,ezabella  beneath “Get Selected Finder Items
Click Options and Check Show action when the workflow runs. This will allow you to choose a new file name when you combine .PDFs
Let’s head back to the Library on the left-hand side. Highlight Files and Folders again. Now, Drag and drop New Folder into your workflow
Click Options and Check Show this action when the workflow runs
This will let us create a new folder at the end of our work flow. Personally I like everything separated in it’s own little place. This just makes it easy for us to keep track of where our new documents are going. I added the folder name “test2” just for the sake of showing you what it would look like.
Running Your Multi-Page .PDF Creator Workflow
Step One

To use your new multi-page .PDF application, scan several documents using a logical naming convention. I usually scan docs as 001, 002, 003 and so on.
Step Two

Once you have all your individually scanned .PDFs, highlight them and Right-click (or CTRL-click) the group of documents. Choose Open With > Other…