Fotomagico 4 Price: $99.99 Company: Boinx Software Photographers like to show their work to people around them, and on the Internet. There are multipleRead More
Tim Robertson and David Cohen discuss Amazon and their Drones, Nakamichi, and some cool tech inventions over the years. Download and listen here RSSRead More
PulpMotion 3.5 Company: Aquafadas Version: 3.5 Compatible with: Mountain Lion Requires: Mac OS X 10.6 or above Price: Standard $49 / Advanced $129 IfRead 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
2011-06-16 Mark Sealey Groove 3 Price: $49.99 for single users; contact Groove 3 for groups specials and (educational) discounts Although an older technology andRead 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
Adobe Photoshop CS5 Learn by Video Presented by Kelly McCathran, Scott Citron, and Ted LoCascio Produced by video2brain Peachpit Press ISBN: 9780321719805 $59.99 US,Read More
Tired of the kids using your expensive DVDs as coasters? Maybe its time to make extra copies so you don’t have to figure out how to get jam off your DVDs before you stick them in your player. See what Popcorn 4 from Roxio can do for you.
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.
Recently, I wanted to show one of my classes a few sections of a DVD. The DVD was not broken into chapters, so I could not count of skipping through the video with them. After searching the menus in Apple’s DVD Player, I discovered Bookmarks.
With the emergence of podcasts and videocasts, along with the unlimited amount of blogs and other types of websites, the plethora of free information and resources is sheerly overwhelming. You simply can’t keep up with all the information you access or that comes to you on a daily basis.
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.
We go into the latest happenings in the Macworld thanks to our news partners at MacMinute.com to start the show off.
Tim goes into detail about his new car audio system and how he connects his iPod. No more FM Transmitters for Tim!
Want to make your own DVD Extras disc? Tim goes into detail on how he made just such a thing for movies not even out, the new King King and Superman Returns movie. Wha? Hey, listen to the Podcast for all the details!Read More
I was going to write about something else, but a recent experience made a little bell go off in my head. Yep, I was searching for something to write about, and after what happened to me on a Sunday evening a few weeks back, I knew I had a better topic.Read More
Review – Toast Titanium with JamRead More