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  • MacVoices #14200: Ted Landau’s iPhone 6 Impressions, the Demise of Macworld Magazine and iOS 8…

    29 September 2014, 1:54 pm by: Chuck

    Ted Landau is back in a conversation that catches us up on his iPhone 6 choices, impressions and opinions. iOS 8 is a key part of the iPhone 6 equation; Ted discusses the new third-party keyboard app options, the security issues they may represent, and why…
  • MacVoices #14199: Tonya Engst Announces Take Control Crash Courses and Her Book, ‘Read Me First’

    26 September 2014, 10:57 am by: Chuck

    Take Control Books Editor-In-Chief Tonya Engst has been noticeably absent from our roster for much of the summer. That’s because she and the Take Control team have been busy creating a new series, and now they’re unleashing it on the world. Take Control…
  • MacVoices #14198: Ken Ray Discusses His Podcasts, His Magazine and His Motivations

    24 September 2014, 2:21 pm by: Chuck

    Ken Ray is one busy guy. With two well-established podcasts of his own, co-hosting a third, a fourth just launched, and a magazine that is improving and expanding before our eyes, it is a wonder that he can keep up. Ken talks about it all in a diverse…
  • MacVoices #14197: The MacJury Evaluates The First Weekend with the iPhone 6

    22 September 2014, 3:10 pm by: Chuck

    Whether you got up early on Friday to stand in line or had it delivered to you, the iPhone 6 was the highlight of the weekend for many, including members of The MacJury. From the size of the iPhone 6 Plus, to the enhanced camera features, to the initial…
  • MacVoices #14196: Br. Gabriel Mosher Discusses Apple Appreciation and Preferring iPad For His Work

    19 September 2014, 2:04 pm by: Chuck

    There are many ways to appreciate the iPad, and sometimes a fresh perspective is best. Br. Gabriel Mosher talks about why he relies on his iPad as his primary productivity device and the benefits of being primarily iOS. Apple’s focus on beauty and…
  • MacVoices #14195: The MacJury Judges Apple’s Presentations and Messages

    17 September 2014, 1:47 pm by: Chuck

    The latest edition of The MacJury convened to discuss Apple’s September 2014 event from a different perspective. Rather than evaluate the products themselves, the question was,  “How effectively the message was delivered?” Is Tim Cook Apple’s best…
  • MacVoices #14194: Greg Scown of Smile Introduces TextExpander touch 3

    16 September 2014, 1:38 pm by: Chuck

    Greg Scown gives us a look at the brand new, available-any-second-now TextExpander touch 3, the latest edition to the iOS version of their text expansion utility. Greg covers the history of the utility and the work-arounds they have had to implement to keep…
  • MacVoices #14193: The MacJury Now Can Now Tell You More About iPhone 6, Apple Pay and Apple Watch

    10 September 2014, 11:13 am by: Chuck

    As the smoke clears from Apple’s announcements at the Flint Center, The MacJury discusses the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, Apple Pay and Apple Watch. Is this what we were waiting for? What will it mean to what devices you carry and/or wear, what you do with them…
  • MacVoices #14192: Joe Kissell Takes Control of Upgrading to Yosemite

    8 September 2014, 7:07 am by: Chuck

    Joe Kissell has released the 1.0 version of his latest book, Take Control of Upgrading to Yosemite. Joe has spent hours installing and reinstalling the betas, and wants to help you make the smoothest transition possible when the time comes. Backups, software…
  • MacVoices #14191: Mike Horton and Dan Bérubé on the Amsterdam SuperMeet’s Star Wars Connection

    2 September 2014, 12:46 pm by: Chuck

    Michael Horton and Dan Bérubé are once again taking The SuperMeet to Amsterdam, and this time it is bigger and better than ever. Mike and Dan talk about why they are so excited to have Maryann Brandon and Mary Jo Markey, editors for several of J.J.…
  • MacVoices #14190: Matt Neuburg Updates Us On Swift and iOS 8 Evolution

    27 August 2014, 1:29 pm by: Chuck

    Matt Neuburg has a unique perspective on all things iOS as the author of iOS 7 Programming Fundamentals: Objective-C, Xcode, and Cocoa Basics and Programming iOS 7 and a developer himself. Now he’s turning his attention to Apple’s new programming…
  • MacVoices #14189: David Gerhard of Shiverware on The Star Trek Vulcan Harp App and Musix Pro

    22 August 2014, 2:15 pm by: Chuck

    Shiverware’s David Gerhard talks about their development of the official Star Trek™ Vulcan Harp. Not just a toy, the Vulcan Harp is a real iPad musical instrument taking its inspiration from our favorite sci-fi series. David explains how it was made and…
  • MacVoices #14188: Jeff Gamet and John Martellaro Talk Science Fiction Tech, AI Assistants and Robots

    20 August 2014, 10:07 am by: Chuck

    Jeff Gamet and John Martellaro took on science fiction tech on a recent edition of The Mac Observer’s Daily Observations Podcast, and take that discussion to the next level on MacVoices. What we were promised and what we got, why we got it, and how start…
  • MacVoices #14187: The Crew From Command-Control-Power Discuss Apple Consulting from All Sides

    14 August 2014, 1:13 pm by: Chuck

    Command-Control-Power is a podcast for Apple Consultant Network members (ACNs) by ACNs, covering not only the technical side of things, but also advice on how to be a responsible, successful consultant. The team consists of Joe Saponare, Sam Valencia and Jerry…
  • MacVoices #14186: The MacJury On What We Want and What We Need in the iPhone 6

    11 August 2014, 2:24 pm by: Chuck

    With all the buzz, The MacJury convened to discuss what is most wanted and most needed in the next iteration of Apple’s iPhone. No rumors here, just a serious examination of what we can realistically expect to see, and what is most important. Screen size,…
  • MacVoices #14185: Joe Kissell Takes Control of FileVault

    31 July 2014, 4:45 pm by: Chuck

    Joe Kissell explains one of the most under-used, under-appreciated security measures you can take with your Mac in Take Control of FileVault. With the flick of a virtual switch, your data can be safer. So why don’t more people do it? Because they are scared.…
  • MacVoices #14184: David Sparks on Delivering Your Best Presentations

    31 July 2014, 1:40 pm by: Chuck

    David Sparks shares some of the wisdom he has obtained in his new MacSparky Field Guide, Presentations. As someone who does presentations for a living, David has gained a great deal of information on what makes (or breaks) a great presentation. With a focus…
  • MacVoices #14183: Ted Landau on iPhone Camera Adequacy, the Mac Mini and Rooting for Tech Companies

    30 July 2014, 3:25 pm by: Chuck

    Ted Landau has a lot on his mind, and we help him get it off. A real-world test of the adequacy of the iPhone’s camera, what the Mac mini does and doesn’t bring to the table as an adequate computer, whether one should feel guilty when another tech…
  • MacVoices #14182: Joe Kissell Takes Control of Beta Testing Yosemite

    24 July 2014, 3:13 pm by: Chuck

    For the adventurous among us, Joe Kissell has just released Take Control of Beta Testing Yosemite, and just in time to help guide you through the best way to work with the newest version of the Mac OS. Joe gives us some options on how best to install Yosemite…
  • MacVoices #14181: The MacJury on the Highs and Lows of Corporate Communications in Tech

    23 July 2014, 3:06 pm by: Chuck

     The MacJury convenes to discuss some of the recent examples of good and bad corporate communications from Microsoft, Apple, Google, Yahoo and Samsung. There have recently been some stellar examples of how to do it right and how to do it wrong. Those…
  • MacVoices #14180: Derrick Story On Aperture, Lightroom and the Future of Image Management

    17 July 2014, 3:05 pm by: Chuck

    Digital photography expert Derrick Story shares his thoughts on the discontinuance of Aperture and what we should all do next. Is Adobe Lightroom in your future? Or the successor photo app from Apple, Photos? Is building a new photography app from the ground…
  • MacVoices #14179: Ted Landau on iLife’s Span, Stand-Alone Apps and Social Media Trust Violations

    16 July 2014, 3:11 pm by: Chuck

    Ted Landau tells us about his recent road trip, then speculates on the remaining lifespan of Apple’s iLife suite. What does the demise of iPhoto mean for iLife, and will the individual apps continue as stand-alone products? Ted provides his reasoning. We…
  • MacVoices #14178: Joe Kissell Takes Control of Automating Your Mac

    26 June 2014, 5:45 pm by: Chuck

    Joe Kissell has just written a book that can help everyone, no matter what they do, be more productive. Take Control of Automating Your Mac. Joe explains why he wanted this book to be an approachable guide to one of the most intimidating aspects of Mac use,…
  • MacVoices #14177: The MacJury Discusses The New iMac and the Amazon Fire Phone

    20 June 2014, 3:01 pm by: Chuck

    The MacJury convenes to look two new pieces of hardware: Apple’s new lower-cost iMac and the Amazon Fire Phone. Who is the target market and why is now the right time for Apple to introduce a new, entry-level iMac? Can they make money at it? Will it succeed…
  • MacVoices #14176: Andy Affleck Takes Control of Podcasting on Your Mac for the Third Time

    19 June 2014, 2:50 pm by: Chuck

    Podcasting has been enjoying something of a resurgence, and if you’re getting the itch to try it for yourself, then your best place to start is with Take Control of Podcasting on Your Mac, Third Edition. Andy Affleck has the latest and greatest on what you…
  • MacVoices #14175: Maria Langer Gets You Up and Running with Twitter

    18 June 2014, 12:54 pm by: Chuck

    The latest effort from Maria Langer is a new training course for Lynda.com, Up and Running with Twitter. Whether you’re new to Twitter or consider yourself an old hand, Maria has some tips that are guaranteed to make you a better, more efficient user. From…
  • MacVoices #14174: Neil Ticktin Previews This Year’s MacTech Conference

    17 June 2014, 1:27 pm by: Chuck

    Neil Ticktin is back to tell us about this year’s MacTech Conference. Neil explains what it is, who should attend and why. The “why”part has a lot to do with their content: professional accreditation in Microsoft Office for Mac, Apple certifications and…
  • MacVoices #14173: AltConf – Rob Elkin Talks About The Success and Future of AltConf

    16 June 2014, 11:36 am by: Chuck

    To wrap up our coverage from AltConference 2014 in San Francisco, Rob Elkin, the organizer of AltConf, talks about the success of this year’s event, what’s in store for the future, and why it is such an important event for the developer community. Show…
  • MacVoices #14172: AltConf – StayAtHand Takes A Location-Based Look At Hotel Room Searches

    14 June 2014, 10:58 am by: Chuck

    At AltConference 2014 in San Francisco, Steve from StayAtHand gives us a look at their slick new app that finds and compares available hotel rooms based on geographic location and your preferences, and displays them on a map for your selection. This edition of…
  • MacVoices #14171: AltConf – Looksery Kickstarts Real-Time Face Transformations

    13 June 2014, 4:26 pm by: Chuck

    At AltConference 2014 in San Francisco, Julie Krasnienko of Looksery gives us a look at their Kickstarter project that brings real-time, interactive facial transformations to your iPhone. What does that mean? Change the shape of your face, the color of your…

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