Tech Tips from Mr. G Tech Tips
Installing 3M Cloud App on a Kindle Fire
“Wait a minute…if the 3M Cloud Library app is available for Android, and the Kindle Fire is an Android device, then there must be a way to install it on a Kindle Fire!”
You got it, but it’s not for the faint of heart. However, if this is something you really want to do, I’m going to give you the instructions, courtesy of the Wyoming State Library. They are current as of October 18, 2012.
Another method, using the SlideMe.org website, is described in these instructions.
Audiobooks on Your iOS Device Using the OverDrive Media Console App
Getting Started with Downloading and Listening to Audiobooks Directly on Your iOS Device Using the OverDrive Media Console App
Here at the Liverpool Public Library, we have a collection of audiobooks available through the OverDrive service, that you can download directly to your iOS device (iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad), without even connecting to a computer, and listen to for up to 21 days. This little handout will show you how to do it.
So You Want to be a Digital Writer
The Internet has changed our lives in many ways, and one of those involves how easy it is for each of us to become publishers by creating eBooks. If you've ever given a thought to becoming a digital writer, then this is the handout (published digitally, of course) for you to take a look at.
Printing Your Photos Without Buying a Photo Printer
Did you know that you don't need your own photo printer in order to print out all those great pictures you took with your digital camera? Did you know that it might actually be more cost-effective for you to have someone else do the printing for you? If you didn't know that, then this is the handout for you to read.
If You Love Me, Tag Me
or, Giving Yourself a Reasonable Chance of Getting Your Electronic Device Back
Back in August of 2012, a friend of mine came to me all distraught because she had lost her iPod Touch, and didn’t know where to find it. Knowing that I was an Apple Maven, she figured that I might know a few tricks, and I did.
I asked if she had turned on Find My iPhone. No. Was she subscribed to iCloud so that she could at least get her data back? No. Did she have a name and address sticker on the back of her device? No.
I was as frustrated as she was distraught. You see, I figure that most people will try to get your stuff back to you…if
you give them half a chance. She hadn’t given them any, and now she was up the creek.
But I don’t want the same thing to happen to you, so here are a few words of advice..