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If this works for you on other networks in Australia, please let me know.
Update 2014-05-12 : I’ve had a few people on Optus Post Paid that haven’t been able to get this to work. It’s worth noting that IFTTT also now has both iOS and Android notification channels available, they may do the trick for you.
Back when I worked exclusively on a Windows machine, I loved using Screenpresso for the ease with which it allowed me to do screenshots and screencasts (if you’re still stuck on Windows, go buy it, it’s worth it).
But now that I’m on a Mac, what to do?
So to start with just press SHIFT–CMD–4 and you can take a screen shot. It’s a native Mac thing.
If you have Dropbox installed go to Preferences | Import and tick the Share screenshots using Dropbox option.
If you want to do screencasts, then fire up QuickTime Player (CMD–SPACE | Quicktime ↩) then press CTRL–CMD–N to start video recording.
On occasion you’ll want to change the size of a Virtual Machines hard disk drive. I’m using VMware Fusion, and to do this, you enter the Settings of that VM and under the Hard Disk option you’ll be able to change the drive size.
Note that you can’t make changes if the VM has snapshots of it.