About Michael Shawn McCabe

Michael Shawn McCabe is the Founder & Principal of McCabe Media in Northern Cincinnati, Ohio. He’s a divorced father of two, a licensed investment professional (Series 7/66), insurance agent, boyfriend, entrepreneur, private pilot, total business geek, finance junky, over-eater, music lover, and digital media addict. Shawn is a Miami University graduate and began his financial career as a mutual fund trader with Fidelity Investments in 1999. Shawn is the former President & CEO of EquityFlight Financial Services. He has over 10+ years of business development and operations management experience. Shawn spent the majority of his professional career as a Director for a large global law firm. Shawn loves good business and is an entrepreneur at heart. His interests and hobbies are fairly diverse and he loves “talking shop” with his clients. He has a passion for aviation and is a licensed private pilot. Shawn also sings and plays drums for a local classic rock band. FINRA General Securities Representative (Series 7) FINRA Uniform Combined State Law (Series 66) Life, Health & Variable Insurance License Member, Miami University Alumni Association Member, Greater Cincinnati Venture Association Member, Aircraft Owners & Pilots Association Past Member, Phi Theta Kappa Society

Use iTunes to sync your IPad’s Safari Bookmarks with your PC’s Web Browser

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My buddy, Dwight Myfelt [read Dwight’s blog] said, “I use Google Chrome to browse, with my bookmarks synced on my work and home computer. I just figured out how to sync those with the browser on my iPad.” and he found the following tip to sync your iPad bookmarks with your computer’s browser bookmarks:

Sync your bookmarks: You can use iTunes to sync your iPad’s Safari bookmarks with your PC’s Web browser. Open the iPad tab in iTunes, click the Info tab, scroll down to the Other heading, check Sync bookmarks with, and choose your preferred browser.
Related Source: 28 iPad 2 Tips and Tricks, PCWorld Magazine