David Koff is a technology expert who began programming his Apple II+ computer as an eleven-year-old boy. As a grown man, he was the lead Apple Systems Engineer for over seven years at The Getty Center in Los Angeles where he was responsible for simultaneously managing over 300 Macintosh computers and scripting in Unix. He’s a regular contributor to MacTech Magazine and has been featured as a speaker at the yearly MacTech Conference. His writings have appeared on such blogs as The Inertia, GigaOm, Message to America, and The Mac Dweeb, and he has sold a screenplay to Fox Family films. As a professional actor and comedian, he’s been featured in numerous commercials and popular TV shows including “The West Wing” and “Sesame Street.” He’s also a member of several improv comedy troupes, including Fake Radio, LA’s Premier Old-Time-Radio Comedy Troupe.
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Using the Application Switcher to open files can sometimes be faster than hunting for an Application's window or searching through a jam packed Dock for an Application's icon. First grab your file, press Command-Tab, and then drop the file onto the desired application's icon to open it within that program.
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