Macworld: 20 Time-saving Tips for Office 2016

Productivity? Sweet Office 2016 for Mac was a long time coming, but it brings plenty of new features and better feature parity with the Windows version than ever. Microsoft has done a lot to streamline the experience, with a customizable, collapsible Ribbon as well as cross-platform keyboard shortcuts, but with any major Office update, there’s … Read more

Wirecutter: The Best Measuring Cups

After putting in more than 30 hours of research and testing, speaking with four expert bakers, and trying 33 models over the past two years, we confidently recommend KitchenMade’s Stainless Steel Measuring Cups for dry ingredients and Pyrex’s 2-Cup Measuring Cup for liquids. They’re more durable than other cups, easier to clean, and the most … Read more

Bay Area Reporter: Best Bars of the Bay

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you probably already knew that Oasis would snatch the crown as San Francisco’s favorite new club. The space’s gay history, prime SoMa location, and owners’ long-standing commitment to queer nightlife made Oasis a high-heeled shoe-in for the top spot. Since opening on New Years Eve, Oasis has quickly … Read more

Tab Times: 5 Essential iPad PDF Productivity Tips

If you spend large chunks of time working with PDFs on your iPad, consider these five tips essential reading. The iPad has been criticized as being mainly a device for content consumption. But as use of the iPad in business settings skyrockets, it’s clear that there are a lot of iPads out there that are … Read more

Tab Times: Apple’s New iPad—Everybody Wins, Except Maybe the Other Guys

What are the broader implications of this Friday’s highly anticipated release for business? For developers? For the competition? With a 4G LTE radio, a faster custom-built processor, an improved 8MP camera, and a higher screen resolution than a 24-inch desktop computer screen—not to mention your hi-def TV—the iPad just keep getting better. TabTimes >

The A.V. Club: Start Your Wining!

First things first: Zinfandel is a red wine, not pink—and most certainly not “white.” Most people are familiar with Zin in the form of “white Zinfandel,” a light, cheap, pink, low-alcohol beverage that tastes more like a wine cooler than wine. Zinfandel (the red one), on the other hand, is the exact opposite; the flavors … Read more