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Guy apologize’s for last week’s sponsor screwup that he would LOVE to blame on Gaz or possibly overindulgences from the 70’s but can’t. This week’s phobia word of the day is especially good for those who fear their mom or dad or possibly a racecar or radar. Terra Knoble from Splasm Software (one of our 400th podcast sponsors) joins the GMen for a fun chat, and why is Guy planting the seeds of doom for the Mac because of Mountain Lion? Gaz tries to set him straight, but when did THAT ever work?

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Guy’s audio on the floor was pretty bad (Tim has the GOOD Microphone), so Guy waited until he got home to try and clean it up. You can be the judge of how well he (or didn’t) do. These are the last five developer interviews on the Macworld Expo floor from Guy and Tim.

Some links:
Comixology by comiXology Free
CoPilot iOS GPS app by ALK Technologies
Sennheiser Microphones
iRig products by IK Multimedia
Other World Computing

Music from:
Fresh Body Shop - Bring Me Down

Mince pies and Turkey (The Leftover Show)
MyMac Podcast #381

On December 29, 2011, in Podcast, by The MyMac Podcast


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More about you the listeners this week than about any news from the Mac scene. We talk about buying used Macs (kinda), the state of Radio (not really), and how to waste a perfectly good beer (OK that we did do). QuickTime gets some attention as a fast video editor and a good discussion on what we’ll do on future shows goes on (say what?). All in all, a weird time is had by all but what ELSE did you expect just after Christmas?

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The Zombies Make a Comeback
MyMac Podcast #376

On November 25, 2011, in Podcast, by The MyMac Podcast


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Stoplight Network goes LIVE for the MyMac Podcast in this episode. Guy gets an iPhone 4S and has syncing problems not resolved without goats, Zombie games make a splash in a big way, why big PC makers are getting out of the tablet business, and Tim Vining creator, animator of Star Trek: Aurora comes on the show to talk about how he did an hour long fully animated Star Trek show in ONLY six years!

Some links:
Star Trek: Aurora
Scotch Tape X-Rays
DeathSpank: Thongs of Virtue by Hothead Games $9.99
Flight Control by Firemint
Naturalpoint Optitrack Motion Control System $4999 

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