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20 October 2014

In this recurring column, we highlight a few items we've run across that don't merit a full story of their own but are interesting enough to bring to your attention (with more than 140 characters). This time we look at invoicing a client, Yosemite and Spotlight, how camera makers might move into mirrorless and Yosemite price hikes.

  • In Expert Advice: How To Invoice A Client, Craig Oppenheimer details invoicing an example job with a summary page and supporting documentation, which should help you get paid faster.
  • Lloyd Chambers reports severe performance issues with OS X Yosemite "in using the File Open or Save dialogs." He suspects Spotlight is the culprit. Apple, meanwhile, has posted a page of all-new features in Yosemite and there's also John Siracusa's comprehensive review. We plan to read about it a bit more before installing it on our travel and scanning system.
  • In From dSLR to Mirrorless, Thom Hogan analyzes which of three paths Canon and Nikon could take (and that Sony has taken) to move into mirrorless. Still, he notes, that won't get them new customers.
  • The National Park Service has proposed the first Yosemite fee increase in nearly two decades. The single vehicle seven day pass would be $30, an individual pass $15 and a motorcycle pass $25. A public comment period closes Nov. 20.

More to come...

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