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WWD screencast: How to use Google Calendar appointment slots

Google has rolled out appointment slots, a useful new feature for Google Calendar that allows users to publish available appointment times on a publicly available calendar that other users can then book. Here’s a short screencast showing how to set up appointment slots and how the booking process works.

WWD Screencast: Flowr

I’ve been playing with Flowr over the past couple of days. It’s a collaboration web app that’s a little like having a private Facebook for your company or team. I thought I’d record a short screencast to give you an overview of how it works:

OVGuide.com Gets $5M

OVGuide.com, an aggregator for video sites, raised $5 million from Baroda Ventures, the investment firm of David Bohnett, founder of GeoCities, who…

Snapz + Skitch = Jing

Alright, so while the title of this post is more or less accurate, the polish and full suite of capabilities are not…

Screencast: Quicksilver for Beginners

If you’ve heard about Quicksilver but have been too timid to familiarize yourself with it, or to peek under the hood a…

Screencasts Now Have Their Own Feed

The more screencasts we’ve posted here on The Apple Blog, the more the question seems to surface of how to get that…

Screencast: Automator Plugins

Since Tiger was released it has seemed to me that Automator was one of the unsung heroes that shipped with the operating…

Screencast: Leveraging Services

Services are a part of OS X that many users either don’t even know about, or forget to use. They are a…