That’s something that has always bothered me. Unfortunately there is no way to do it via a user interface. But it can be easily achieved running the following commands in the Terminal:
defaults write com.apple.screencapture location ~/Desktop/Screenshots/
~/Desktop/Screenshots/ with the desired path you want to save the screen shots. It is important to note that you need to create the target folder before changing the path.
I’ve never been much of a writer, but since I started pursuing a Ph.D., you sort of not have a choice anymore. You gotta put the work and write a lot. That was one of the reasons why I started a blog about Python and Django a couple of years ago — to write more on a regular basis.
Without much expectation, after six months posting every week, the blog took off. And I gotta say, I’m very proud of the results so far. I still love publishing new articles and tutorials and engaging with the audience. In fact, I have big plans for the next semester.
In the very beginning, I sort of had more freedom on the content I published there. But as the blog started to grow and other sites started indexing its RSS feed, and people started subscribing via email, I felt some pressure regarding the quality of the content (and what) I publish there.
To write about anything else, long or short texts, with no commitments or a particular subject, I created this blog. Probably I will be writing about tech stuff for the most part, but I might also share some personal thoughts every now and then.
See you around!