APC Magazine is published in Australia and New Zealand by Future, and it’s come to my attention that at least one of my recent articles (build a portable USB toolkit) from Windows 7 Help & Advice Magazine in the UK has been published in its 399th issue – click here for details and to order.
The latest issue of Future’s family history magazine is out now, and features my regular one-page review of the latest software for family historians. Please click here for details.
The latest issue of Future’s popular Windows magazine includes my regular Support Squad column, plus a four-page tutorial on troubleshooting problems with Windows Event Viewer. Please click here for details and to order.
The latest issue of iPad User Magazine features two of my tutorials: a guide to tracking your personal finances in Numbers, plus a tutorial on creating a newsletter using the Pages app. Single issues of this digital-only magazine cost £2.99, or you can subscribe for just £1.99 an issue, and free trials are available. Click here for details.
The latest issue of Immediate Media’s popular family history magazine boasts three articles from yours truly: a feature on genealogical volunteering projects through crowd-sourcing, a tutorial on getting started with the free ScionPC software, and finally a review of Heredis 2014. Please click here for more details and to order.
After a traditionally slow start, 2014 is starting to pick up. The bulk of my latest work will be done for a new iPad bookazine – a 14-page feature, plus four two-page tutorials, all of which will be due the middle of next month.
I’ve also been commissioned to write another lead feature and three-page tutorial for Windows 7 Help & Advice, in addition to my regular Support Squad column. Two more tutorials for iPad User digital magazine are also in the pipeline.
I’ve just submitted the second of two last-minute tutorials for Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine. The first has already been published, the second will appear in issue 85. I’ve also been commissioned to manage and write a large feature for issue 87 – again, details when it’s published.
I’m due to start writing work for my new corporate client (via GGMR) any time now, while last, but not least, I’ve also been commissioned to write a 1,000-word feature for the TechRadar website – deadline again in March.
I contributed two major roundups to this bookazine, both looking at alternative video-editing tools. The first was for the Mac platform, the second for iPad and iPhone. Click here for details and to order.
I’m featured heavily in this latest bookazine from Future, with no less than six original tutorials published. These cover guides to using Amazon Drive, Amazon Cloud Player, CupCloud, Evernote, SkyDrive and StreamNation. Click here for details and to order.
January is traditionally a quiet month, but I have worked on a number of tutorials and features. I submitted both a four-page feature on crowdsourcing and a guide on ScionPC to Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine, and have been commissioned to write a two-page guide on cleaning up your family history file for Your Family Tree, due February.
Windows 7 Help & Advice have commissioned me for a lead feature on preparing for the End of Life of Windows XP, along with tutorials on recovering data from a non-booting PC and a guide to creating and using a RAM Disk. All of this work is due to be completed – along with my regular Support Squad column – this week.
I submitted two articles to iPad User magazine earlier on in the month, and will be writing another on VLC for iOS, due next week. I’m also awaiting final confirmation of details of a feature and various tutorials for an upcoming iPad bookazine.
Finally, I’ve started work for a new corporate client through GGMR. This is in addition to continuing to write for Vodafone, again through GGMR.
The latest issue of Future’s evergreen Windows magazine has been published, and features two new tutorials from yours truly: a guide to creating a portable application toolkit, and one on Amazon’s Cloud Player service. It also features my regular Support Squad column. Click here for details and to order.