MyMac Podcast 548: Best of the MyMac Podcast 1-100

On March 17, 2015, in Podcast, by The MyMac Podcast

Gaz and Guy are doing Allison Sheridan’s NosillaCast Podcast for her this week so we’re bringing you something special! It’s the Best of the MyMac Podcast shows 1-100 and there’s some great stuff here. There’s the original MyMac Podcast theme, Tim and Chad talking about the OTHER podcast that has MyMac in its name, also them talking about the Motorola ROKR phone, and Sgt Perry makes his first appearance insisting Mac users install Window XP without protection. After that it’s Tim and Chad’s interview with Dr. Gil Amelio former CEO of Apple. In the last segment we’ve got an early bumper by David Cohen, one of the last Dashboard Minutes by Guy, John Parr singing about what makes the Mac great for him, Tim and Guy alive at the Grand Rapids Apple Store, and lastly a Dashboard Minute with Guy (not surprisingly) screwing up.

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TechFan #141 – Eyeing the Future

On November 22, 2013, in TechFan, by Tim Robertson

David has an eye problem, Tim wonders what combo of over the counter drugs are safe, a bad Microphone makes recording difficult, and they both discuss almost ten years of Podcasting, with a special interview at the end of the show with ex-CEO of Apple Gil Amelio.

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About Tim Robertson

Founder Podcast Host of TechFan. Owner Stoplight Network. Father of four, husband to one. Loves reading, podcasting, music, video games, the 1980s, and all things electronic and Apple.

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MyMac Podcast #70
Interview with Dr. Gil Amelio

On February 23, 2006, in Podcast, by The MyMac Podcast


Featuring an interview with former CEO of Apple Computer, Dr. Gil Amelio. We talk about his time at Apple, what he is doing today, and much, much more. This is one of the most in-depths interviews in a long time with Dr. Amelio, and we hope you enjoy it. We also talk about Software for Starving Students, some recent Mac news, and reader feedback.

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The Reader Writes
May 1997 – Issue 25

On May 1, 1997, in The Reader Writes, by Pete Willcock

Welcome to the “Readers Voice”! Here, we offer a page for readers to write about any subject they’d like. Many times this may simply be a letter too long for the e-mail page, though we encourage everyone to submit an article for this page. This is your space, and we need your help to fill it!

This month, we would like to present an open letter from Pete Willcock of the United Kingdom to Gil Amelio, CEO of Apple Computer, Inc. Mr. Willcock also sent copies of his letter to several other major Mac magazines in an effort to get someone at Apple to learn what the users have to say about Apple’s lack of a marketing approach.

By Pete Willcock

An open letter to Gil Amelio:

The message is not getting through, not in the UK anyway.

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What does the number 2,700 mean to you? To Apple, it is the number of employees it recently laid off. Not only are 2,700 steadfast Apple workers going to lose their jobs, but technologies like OpenDoc, CyberDog, and Open Transport are going to be cut back or annihilated. That, my friend, is a large piece of the Apple pie.

So, what does it all mean? If you listen to a sizable percentage of the press, it means that Apple’s ultimate demise is closer than we thought. To the optimistic Mac user, however, it is simple “restructuring.”

Many Mac users are concerned about Apple’s future. Every month, I have a different survey posted on my Web site ( Last month, one of the questions involved Apple’s future. Thirty-five percent of the visitors that took the survey said they were apprehensive about the future of Apple. Gee. . . and that was last month.

I recently sat down for an electronic interview with Macworld’s “Desktop Critic” columnist, David Pogue. We discuss, among other things, the future of Apple. . .

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