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Ted Landau

MacNotables #1238: Ted Landau On Life-Changing Technology and Power Cycling Troubles

Ted Landau and host Chuck Joiner discuss the end of the world (that didn’t happen) before launching into an examination of how Apple technology has changed their lives, and how the march toward mobile devices, going paperless and other digital transitions is picking up pace. If your’e an Apple tech user, the answer to the question of […]

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Chuck Joiner and Hershey Apple Core, Tonya Engst

MacNotables #1235: Tonya Engst Discusses Video, Training and Updating Software with Hershey Apple Core

Tonya Engst makes a virtual trek to be the featured speaker at the December meeting of the Hershey Apple Core Mac User Group, taking questions from the audience and asking a few of her own. Among the topics were TidBITS and Take Control Books‘ venture into online video, the benefits and inconveniences of updating software, the different […]

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Tonya Engst

MacNotables #1223: Tonya Engst On Web Site Upgrades, eBook Publishing and Her New Hardware

Tonya Engst provides an update on some of the projects that are going on at TidBITS and Take Control Books, including the challenges and necessities of a web site upgrade. Tonya compares and contrasts the goals of a web design with those of eBook design, the current state of the eBook publishing process and the many […]

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Andy Ihnatko

MacNotables #1129: Andy Ihnatko on The State of Internet Video Delivery and Apple

Andy Ihnatko turns his attention to the changing landscape of television and what the Internet is and ins’t doing to it. Andy puts into perspective why everything that is happening is important but not widespread, what the networks and cable companies role is in the drama, and why the Apple TV is a transformative technology. […]

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Bob "Dr. Mac" LeVitus

MacNotables #1128: Bob LeVitus Plays Santa with Holiday Gift Ideas

Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus reaches into his Santa bag and pulls out some terrific holiday gift ideas for the tech-oriented..whether that’s you or someone you’re buying for. From music to video, gaming to clothing (yes, clothing), Bob has you covered. Bob also shares his plans for the upcoming Macworld | iWorld, and why you might […]

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Tonya Engst

MacNotables #1127: Tonya Engst Takes Control of the iPad

Just in time for the holidays, Tonya Engst steps up to help the armies of happy new iPad owners with Take Control of Your iPad. In the new edition, Tonya goes beyond the basics and helps users get the most out of their iPads. iOS 5 brought major changes in function and capabilities. Tonya discusses […]

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Ted Landau

MacNotables #1126: Ted Landau on iTether, the Death of CDs, and Ultraviolet

Ted Landau discusses the now-you-see-it-now-you-don’t saga of iTether and whether the story was important or just an honest mistake. Compact disc sales continue to decline, but is the CD’s time really over? Ted talks about where things stand and how the CD will live on for some uses. If CDs are dying, what about movie […]

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Ted Landau

MacNotables #1125: Ted Landau Discusses Sandboxing, iCloud and iTunes Match

Ted Landau gives us a quick course on sandboxing – what it is, why it is good, why it is bad, and why developers are up in arms about it. While not an end-user issue yet, it could become one. Find out everything you need to know about the controversy, then hear Ted cover why […]

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Dan Frakes

MacNotables #1124: Dan Frakes on Tablet Buying, iCloud and Tim Cook’s Apple

Dan Frakes talks about the volume of tech news in general, and Apple news in particular, that has come with the popularization of mobile computing. The iPad has dominated the adoption of tablets, but the other players are pushing new options; Dan discusses where they fit in, and how to make a tablet buying decision. […]

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Adam Engst

MacNotables #1123: Adam Engst Talks to BAM and HAC About Losing Steve Jobs, Flash, Databases, and Lion Wierdness

Adam Engst appearing at a user group isn’t’ unusual, but speaking to two at a time, virtually, and on MacNotables, is something special. The November meetings of the Bay Area Macintosh Users Group and the Hershey Apple Core featured a joint live conversation with Adam that covered the loss of Steve Jobs, Adobe discontinuing Flash […]

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