TechFan #208 – Lost and Found

On May 8, 2015, in TechFan, by Tim Robertson

Tim and David discuss being on the front page of iTunes, The Mac App store, losing tech gear and the cost of replacement, Nintendo making a profit, Plex media service, and much more!

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Nintendo turns a profit
Samsung VU10H3021PY/AA VU3000 Lift and Clean Bagless Vacuum Cleaner, Yellow

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What we want from iOS 7 – MyMac Podcast #459

On May 30, 2013, in Podcast, by The MyMac Podcast

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Guy is back this week after a nightmare drive to North Carolina which he whines WAY too much about. Gaz has gone PRO! Well, Go Pro anyway and will sone be up to his ears with video footage of him…walking. The MyMac G+ Plus community gets a lot of attention and the GMen talk about the upcoming release of iOS 7 and what they think it will have. Oh and some funny bits scattered throughout.

Guy’s App Pick: Screenflow by Telestream $99.99 at the Mac App Store
Gaz’s App Pick: A six pack game set at a real low price from Feral interactive 19.99 $’s (£13.64) wow did I say these are Mac games, no well they’re Mac games and some cracking titles, I hope you hear this in time as the offer ends Sunday 2nd June. when I checked if you pre ordered you could also get a 10 $ voucher off another Feral game. The downside you have to create an account for the Mac Game store, but to be honest thats a small price.
: Tim Robertson picks Modern Conflict 2. Great turn-based game that takes everything that was great with the first one, and… well, doesn’t mess it up!

Photo Effect Studio Pro Mac
App Review

On November 27, 2011, in Apps, Macintosh, Review, by Mark Greentree

Photo Effect Studio Pro is available on the Mac App Store
App Developer: Liqing Jiang – Everimaging Ltd
Version Reviewed: 2.0.1
License: US$7.99 Requires Mac OS X 10.6 or later

Photo Effect Studio Pro is a digital photography application specializing specifically in altering your photographs. It’s not a replacement or a competitor for Adobe’s Photoshop or Pixelmator but it does offer some very compelling options to be a very good companion to both these applications.

Many times users may not need the complete feature set available with higher end applications, and with that in mind Photo Effect Studio Pro fills the void. 

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Inpaint Mac

On October 14, 2011, in Mac OS X, Macintosh, Photography, Review, by Mark Greentree

App Developer: Maxim Gapchenko
Version Reviewed: 3.0.2
Licence: US$4.99

Have you ever taken a photograph of a spectacular sunrise or sunset only to notice that there is a distracting sign or power lines in the frame?

Inpaint can help you remove these distractions with ease. The process is known as cloning and has been a feature of many photographic editing applications over the years. Inpaint concentrates solely on this functionality and does so in an interesting way.

Traditionally you would select an area to clone using the cloning stamp and then you would proceed to replace the unwanted content with the information captured. Inpaint in contrast only requires the user to highlight the area of the photograph they wish to have removed. Then with one click of a button the distraction is gone.

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Jobs CEO No More
MyMac Podcast #364

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

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A sad beginning to the show. After Gaz and Guy finished recording Tuesday, Steve Jobs resigned from Apple. This was too big a story to wait until next week so Tim Robertson (you MAY have heard of him) and Guy record their thoughts on the passing of the torch at our favorite tech company. It’s at the beginning of the show but was recorded later…mind explodes!

Meanwhile some time before that, a rare East Coast earthquake shakes things up for Guy and he seems a little more brain scattered than usual, but fortunately Gaz is there to keep him on the straight and narrow. The whole HP/WebOS thing whets some mention along with updates, Mac App Store pricing, oddly shaped German Tablets, and Orangoutangs. How is Version and Auto-Save different? We have to stop the show to find out and Gaz FINALLY gets a People’s Pick (or three). Guy cuts a bit of himself out of the show because he basically gave away Gaz’s Contest…BAD GUY!

Some Links:
Monkeys with iPads
Evernote’s a Little Skitchy

App Picks:
Mellel Word Processor from RedleX
TwistedWave Audio Editor for iOS

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To the iCloud
MyMac Podcast #352

On June 2, 2011, in Podcast, by The MyMac Podcast

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Gaz’s daughters just can’t seem to keep their iPhones in good working order but if ANYONE is getting a new phone first it will be Gaz! Guy finds a solution to JollyJap’s problem with the Mac App Store…all he has to do is turn off a security feature. People seem to love planking, we just don’t know why. Apple actually announces some of the stuff for the big WWDC conference next week and we are SHOCKED. Gaz asks if we really even need a desktop or laptop computer anymore and lastly, we’re running a contest and you hardly have to do anything to win but be creative!

Also on a sad note, we say goodbye to long time writer, contributor, and all around good guy Roger Born who passed away after a long fight with cancer.

Norrkross’s VideoCanvas
WebSite Time Waster

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Find a Mac App Store Bargain

On February 24, 2011, in Apple, Review, by Elisa Pacelli

Store News
Cost: Free
Requires: Snow Leopard

With the success of the App Store within iTunes for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, Apple decided to give Mac users the same experience for their computers with the release of the Mac App Store.

Like the iTunes App Store, the Mac App Store can be browsed by Categories, Featured, or Top Charts. But there’s nothing within the Mac App Store interface that shows which apps are on sale, or have lowered their price. That’s where Store News comes in.

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When I first heard about Apple’s Mac App Store my initial impression was this was going to be ANOTHER add-on to iTunes which needed it as much as a hole in the head.

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CES and Mac App Store
TechFan Podcast #13

On January 7, 2011, in Podcast, TechFan, by Tim Robertson

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Tim and David discuss the disappointment and general confusion that is CES. Meanwhile, Apple has launched the Mac App Store, and with only twenty-four hours into it, our hosts have some opinions! Finally, big Macworld Expo plans that will see TechFan and MyMac Podcasts joining forces to bring you both coverage, and a chance to see us live on stage during the expo!

See Tim Robertson and Guy Serle LIVE!
Macworld Expo 2011
Saturday, January 29th
12:00PM – 12:55PM

Macworld Live Stage – Booth 752

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In the Tumbleweeds
MyMac Podcast 326

On January 1, 2011, in Podcast, by The MyMac Podcast

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For a show that didn’t seem to have a major theme, it sure is a long one. Gaz and Guy talk about the upcoming Macworld Expo, some Christmas stuff, and our feverish anticipation for the Mac App Store. Guy…I mean Santa…buys an AppleTV finally and Guy joins the 21st century and gets NetFlix. Guy offers a prize (as yet undisclosed) for listeners to record promos for any Podcast…US only please. The GMen talk about Mac Software Bundles and whether or not they’re really any bargain.
The best place to find out about common Software Bundles SQUIDOO!
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GMen…Copyright 2010
MyMac Podcast 323

On December 10, 2010, in Podcast, by The MyMac Podcast
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A great interview with IDG’s Paul Kent about what’s going on with Macworld 2011. Also, the GMen finally get the answer the whole world has been waiting for! How DO you pronounce Elisa Pacelli’s name? We’re threatened with a Cease and Desist over our name…or ARE we? Throw in some teenaged angst and adult angst over the Mac App Store (I’m sure there’s a difference somewhere) and you’ve got a longer than normal show.

Don McAllister – Mac App Store
TechFan #8

On November 5, 2010, in Podcast, TechFan, by Tim Robertson

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This week on TechFan, David Cohen, Tim Robertson, and special guest Don McAllister from ScreenCastOnline!Topics include The Mac App Store, product reviews, Screen Casting, and much more.

Special for TechFan Listeners! Save 30% at ScreenCastOnline by entering the code… HA! Listen to the show for the code, then click here to save!

MyMac Podcast 189
Night Ranger – MacAppStore

On June 20, 2008, in Podcast, by The MyMac Podcast

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Night Ranger’s Kelly Keagy stops in for an interview this week, while the rest of the gang chats about the AppleTV, a Macintosh software store, and so much more. If you are either a software developer or simply someone who buys software, this weeks podcast is a must to listen to.

Other World Computing pick of the week:
MiniStack V3
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