If you have an eBook reader, iOS device (iPad/Phone/Pod), or Android Phone, you are probably already reading books electronically. Did you know there is a huge selection of eBooks out there for free? Apple’s iBooks app has a selection of free books, but here are a few other resources to get you started:
When you buy music or other media through iTunes, only devices authorized by your iTunes account can use them. You can authorize up to five computers to use the files you purchase. This is useful when you want to share your media with other computers in your home or with your friends.
You can only authorize or deauthorize a particular computer directly through the computer in question. This means it is important to deauthorize any computer you plan to sell, give away, or reformat.
If you need to deauthorize a computer and don’t have access to it anymore, the only option is to deauthorize ALL computers associated with your iTunes account on your computer. This can be done only once per year, and—for some reason—only when your account has five computers authorized.
If you don’t have a DVR to record your favorite TV shows then you probably miss them every once in a while. Did you know that the major TV networks allow you to watch recent shows on their websites? Here are a few sites to check out if you’re looking for a show you’ve missed. Keep in mind that they only keep a few episodes online at a time, and episodes usually don’t show up online until a few days after they have aired.