MyMac Podcast 186
Cool Mac Picks and WWDC Fever


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Tim Robertson, David Cohen, and Guy Serle look at Mac OS X 10.5.3, pontificate on the upcoming WWDC and iPhone revisions, and much more. Sam Levin then joins the show with an all-new Cool Mac Picks.

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Audio Engine USA A2 Speakers
Sandisk Extreme Ducati Edition SD Plus
Jabra SP5050 Bluetooth Speaker Phone

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Pastor
Review



Pastor is all I need for passwords. No more delving deep into my hard drive to find ’em. They’re all there in Pastor 1.8, well organized and easily accessible.

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TripleHead2Go
Review



The TripleHead2Go by Matrox is a small box, that splits one video signal out into 2 or 3. So if you are looking to add more monitors to your current set up is it the right tool for the task? I must say I wasn’t to impressed with the results I got.

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AppMenuBoy
Review

https://www.mymac.com/showarticle.php?id=3288

AppMenuBoy 1.0 is a handy little application that takes away some clicks (and valuable time) to get an application opened. It also put your apps in a quick invaluable hierarchical list, so one can get to all apps in no time flat.

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MyMac Podcast 185
The Icon Factory



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Gedeon Maheux from The Icon Factory joins Tim and David for a lively interview at the start of the show. Taking care of some business, we announce the winner of the Essential Jacket from SCOTTEVEST, and call the winner on the phone! Later, Lee Givens joins in to answer a listener question on which Mac to buy on his budget, while David talks about getting later versions of Mac OS X on unsupported Apple hardware using Other World Computing’s XPostFacto. All that and MUCH more.

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The Icon Factory
SCOTTEVEST
XPostFacto
Let’s Get Down To Earth… Science Podcast

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Vudu
Review



There are many ways to watch movies at home today. There is Netflix, rental stores, and even devices like Apple TV and Tivo bringing movies into your home via the internet. But a new device from VUDU is going to change the way you will rent movies forever, and for the better too.

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Running Windows on your Mac
Book Review



As a long time Mac user, the decision to install Windows on my new Intel based iMac was one of the scariest I’ve ever had to make. I used Dwight Silverman’s book Running Windows on your Mac to make the installation and set up, while not quite a breeze, (it is Windows after all), at least bearable.

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File Launching Enhancements



Do you miss the customizable Apple Menu from the good old days of Mac OS 9? Did you get stuck when you upgraded to 10.5 because your favorite enhancements didn’t work (and they still don’t)? Here we look at Classic Menu, MaxMenus, RapidoStart, SunnyMenu, and XMenu.

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MyMac Podcast 184
Is iPod Killing Hi-Fi


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A large cast this tackles the question: is the iPod generation killing Hi-Fi? Does high fidelity have a place in todays world of small MP3 players and online music stores? Also, All Over the Mac chats with Anne Bowden, and Sam Levin hits us with a new Cool Mac Picks. If all that was not enough, we have a new contest! Listen for your chance to win a $120 Essential Jacket from SCOTTEVEST.

Tim Robertson, Guy Serle, David Cohen, Sam Levin, Lee Givens, John Nemo, and special guest Bill Palmer from iProng Magazine.

Sponsored by Other World Computing
Check out the ElGato Elgato EyeTV Hybrid/Turbo.264 BUNDLE for only $199!

Links from the show:
SCOTTEVEST
iProng Magazine
AOL Mac Desktop
Scott from ScotteVest switched to the Mac video
Future Sonic’s Atrio m8
DLO’s VentMount for iPhone & iPod touch
PowerTune
Sam Levin Cool Mac Picks

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MailSteward
Review


The blight of the digital age is the accumulation of massive amounts of data – as computers get faster and storage gets cheaper, we end up keeping everything, whether we need it or not. David Cohen looks at MailSteward, an application designed to store your archived email outside your email application.

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EyeTV 250Plus
Review


Recently, Donny reviewed the new EyeTV 3 software by Elgato, and loved it. EyeTV software is nothing without hardware, and there are several options on the market. One piece of hardware is Elgato’s EyeTV 250plus. He looks at the latest from Elgato in this review.

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MyMac Podcast 183
BeeJay – PowerTune Contest


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BeeJay Bhatt joins Tim, David, and Guy this week to chat about ten years of the iMac, PC Software on a Mac, Macworld Expo joke, Safari instability, and much more. All Over the Mac with John Nemo looks at two different microphones, and Sam Levin helps us kick off the show with a new Cool Mac Picks. Plus, we are giving away a PowerTune from MacAlly! Listen to find out how you can win! (US Residents Only)

This Episode sponsored by Other World Computing

Links mentioned on the show:
Universal Drive Adapter
PowerTune
VMware Fusion 2.0 Beta
Cross Over Games from Codeweavers
Speck Products’ SeeThru Slim Hard Shell Case for Mac Book Air
GelaSkins – skin your iPhone, iPod or Mac Book with style!
Kensington’s Contour Balance Roller

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Fenestration 41
The Curse of “Free Public Wi-Fi”

Welcome, MyMac readers, to Fenestration – back after a hiatus from the podcast, and now in a written form to reflect our rebrand back to MyMac Magazine. This column is my guide to using your Mac in a world filled with Windows machines. I will cover issues of information exchange with Windows users, using Windows infrastructure with your Mac, and how to run Windows or Windows-compatible software on your Mac.

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