Tim and David discuss playlists and mixtapes, and the discovery of new music then and now. Tim has an update on the iMac fromRead More
The future, what do you mean? How can we be in the future? For decades many of us have been in awe of theRead More
Roxio’s Toast began as a simple way to burn optical media, CDs then DVDs; it slowly became the preferred way to do so untilRead More
Larry laments a really, really bad decision to not back up a web server for almost seven years! There are consequences.Read More
Download the show here, and subscribe in iTunes for free! Guy and Gaz talk about why in this day of digital downloads, there stillRead More
Roxio’s Toast has long been the software of choice for reliable and flexible CD and DVD burning on Mac and PC. In recent years Roxio has slowly and steadily added features, generally made improvements to the working of the product and changed the interface of the software… it isn’t entirely Mac-like – not that it is in any way off-putting.
There is a place for high-end quality audio. There is also a place for inexpensive audio. Somewhere in the middle there is a sweet spot for most iPod music lovers, and the iHome iH24D Deluxe speaker fits right there.
I recently blogged about a missing feature from iPhoto which lets you burn a CD of photos that is not in iPhoto format, but instead a CD of JPG images that any computer can read and that you could take to the store for developing in a photo machine. Right after I posted that blog, I discovered a way to create an Automator action to do this for you.
This week I decided to make a list of ways to use your computer to put some money in your pocket, keep some money in your pocket, or just ways to spend your well earned cash more wisely. I guess it depends on how you look at it.
Starting Line – My Mac Magazine #38, June ’98Read More