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We’re on the home stretch. Learn Ulysses launches in one week from today.
Everything major for the new course is done, but there are quite a few little things and final details left to wrap up. There always is. But, to be honest, I love the final leg of a project like this. It’s exciting to see all the parts finally coming together into a whole, and we’d like to show you a quick peek behind the scenes.
Aaron Bielert is the founder and Network President of Sparkk TV — an original WebSeries TV network.
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In 2017, there are a multitude of ways to back up your photos, but it can feel a little like walking down the toothpaste aisle at the grocery store — there are too many options. For most folks, using iCloud or Google Photos is all you need. But for some people, the idea of trusting big corporations to protect their most precious memories is a stretch. If that’s the case, you have options for automating your own backup solution.
Setting up two-factor authentication on your favorite cloud services is highly recommended. This step gives you another layer of protection against your password being stolen. Even if your password is compromised, two-factor authentication will keep them from gaining access to your accounts.
While each cloud service is different, I am going to show you have to enable a one-time password for Dropbox using 1Password.
Over the past few months as we’ve been working on our new course, Learn Ulysses, I’ve learned a lot about the Ulysses app itself. And most of what I’ve learned has come from seeing how other people use the app.
With that in mind, I thought it’d be fun to record this screencast video showing how I have my Ulysses set up and how I use it on a day-to-day basis.
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Our thanks to Timing for sponsoring the site this week!