Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus is a well-known authority on all things Macintosh, OS X, and Apple devices. He’s been one of the Apple community’s most trusted advisors for almost thirty years, helping regular folks confidently wade the complex waters of their gear. He’s written more than 80 books and, for the past 20 years, he’s written the Dr. Mac column for the Houston Chronicle and The Mac Observer for almost as long.
With his latest book, “Working Smarter for Mac Users,” Bob lets us in on a new part of his life — that he was diagnosed with ADHD as an adult, and that diagnosis fundamentally changed the way he approaches productivity at the computer.
It’s a pretty wide-ranging interview, moving from productivity hacks to specific apps, to the hardware that Bob uses to write his books and courses every day!
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