Who are the people behind the technology that we love so much? We know the products, the websites, the online personalities but we want to learn more!
Every week here at MyMac.com, we will spotlight a company, developer or person that supports Apple users by creating solutions or entertainment for the Mac, iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV and other platforms we all use and love by asking them to answer seven questions.
This week, we turn our attention to Pierre Bernard from Houdah Software
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No turtles were hurt (because we like them) in the making of this podcast, but brain cells could be an entirely different matter. We recording a few days earlier from now on which means you get all that GMen goodness a few days early too! Well until you get used to it and don’t think it’s a big deal anymore. Gaz watches the Olympics through the BBC on his iPad and Guy wipes Snowy off his Mac Pro. We’re both amused over the MASSIVE amounts of tablets Samsung sold last quarter (37,000) as well as other courtroom shenanigans from our friends from across the pond who never saw a good design they couldn’t steal! Dorothy Yamamoto asks us about iCloud and much much more!
The Mac Expo…no a DIFFERENT Mac Expo!
Happy birthday HyperCard!
Need to put Lion or Mountain Lion on a USB Stick? (/)
Guy’s App Pick: Tweetdeck from Twitter Free
Gaz’s App Pick: Guardian Eyewitness images from around the world, great pictures.
and Apple’s Preview ROCKS
People’s Pick: From Tenex on Twitter. AirPrint Activator can enable any networked printer to print from an iOS device running at least iOS 4.2 or later. Donationware from Netputting.com
When we decided to do a My Mac Staff team piece for the Greatest Mac App ever, we did it as a fun piece and to see what our readers would think of our selections. Well, the response from readers was immediate and offered a whole new group of suggestions for the Greatest Mac App ever. You will find both pro and con responses to the article, and a whole new look at what apps some of our readers think is deserving of the title, “Greatest Mac App.” Continue reading »
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