Gaz is away so David Ginsburg from the Off the Charts and In Touch with iOS podcasts joins Guy for what ended up beingRead More
Tim and David discuss the news from the Apple event this week, including the release of Yosemite, a new iMac and Mac mini, iPads,Read More
Data Doubler for Mac Mini with 240GB SSD and Tool Kit Company: OWC Price: $225.00 USD Just a year ago, I replaced the hardRead More
Download or listen here Subscribe in iTunes A huge week of Apple related happenings on both the Macintosh and iOS fronts. Tim and DavidRead More
Download the show here, and subscribe for free in iTunes Check out the MyMac Podcast FaceBook Page! Guy is back from Ohio so theRead More
My first exposure to the Mac as a work place computer was in 2006 during an internship at JAPAN MAGAZIN, Germanys’ largest magazine forRead More
Listen to the show here, and subscribe in iTunes Gaz and Guy welcome Tim back‚again, to the MyMac.com podcast where he regales us withRead More
Download and listen to the show here Subscribe in iTunes Gaz’s problems continue with his much maligned Mac Mini and we also talk aboutRead More
Gaz is back from a work and holiday break from the podcast and got to see the Royal Air Force Red Arrows acrobatic flyingRead More
Download the show here, and subscribe via iTunes Some talk about databases (ACK!) and feedback from Reb Bliefernich which leads into a discussion aboutRead More
The GMen start out with some listener feedback from Australia. Gaz has ANOTHER problem with some of his Apple gear. THIS time it’s his Mac Mini. We go into a little detail about ProSoft Engineering’s Data Rescue and Drive Genius and JoeSoft’s Hear gets a mention. Guy fixes his Tae Kwon Do instructor’s Mac and doesn’t get a roundhouse kick to the face.Read More
Could Apple be looking at retiring the Mac mini? New writer Dan Robinson hopes not. Read to find out why.Read More
In a recent Podcast, MyMac.com editor Tim Robertson mentioned the fact that the introduction of the Mac Mini might well have made my recent Scroll Down Book “Buying Used Macs” somewhat obsolete. The argument boils down to this: with the Mac Mini offering Internet connectivity, enough horsepower to run most home and office software, and support for all the modern USB and FireWire peripherals, is there really any need to buy a used Mac at all?
I want to take a step back, and pose a What-If scenario for you. What if Apple released a sub-$500 Mac, but it was actually as large as the G5?Read More
MyMac.com PodCast for January 20th, 2005. Download the MP3 here. Tim and Chad shop online for a Mac mini. With upgrades, how does the price compare to a low-end iMac G5? Also, the dog keeps licking Tim. ANd now our RSS works thanks to David Every! 32:59 seconds long at 15,879K in size.
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