Four hosts from four different podcasts come together to discuss the new MacSpecialist Apple Reseller in the Metro Chicago area. Kevin Shea of the MacSpecialist Podcast, Guy Serle of The MyMac Podcast, and John Nemo of AppMinute join TechFan host Tim Robertson for a fun episode.
Four photos from a quick visit today. Tim is standing and pointing proudly to his new achievement. Guy and Kevin are recording a TechFan podcast interview. Tim’s office features some of his antique Macs on top of the shelves. Guy and Tim pose across the street from the store.
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I would love to say something clever about the title, but the truth is we just couldn’t think of a better one. Guy is on the mend and Gaz wanted to update to Mountie (really he did…HONEST!), but time just kept slipping away. Guy’s going to Chicago next week so come on out to the new MacSpecialist store in Oak Park, Illinois if only to heckle him. Also the GMen talk about all this hullaballoo over disappointing iPhones sales and the new Maps App.
This week, David Cohen gets fed-up with celebrations! Wait, what… Also, with the Mobile Worldwide Congress is going on, and David gives his thoughts on the Microsoft / Nokia partnership. To start off the show, Tim chats with a fellow MacSpecialist, Kevin Shea, and discuss the idea of a podcast and asks for your advise.
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Tim Robertson is joined by David Cohen and BeeJay Bhatt to look at the world of Technology. Up first, OWC Radio has continued post-Tim! BeeJay talks Android and his preference for that platform. FaceBook is discussed at length. How Tim is starting to use Social Media at MacSpecialist. And the big topic: the rumors of a Microsoft – Adobe merger!
Gaz and Guy welcome Tim back‚again, to the MyMac.com podcast where he regales us with some pretty exciting news. He’s taking a top spot with MacSpecialist in Chicago AND starting a new Podcast to be called TechFan. We go over the iOS possibly replacing OS X (and we don’t agree), some more about the iPod Nano, a discussion on FTP and what may replace that too. We (well mostly Gaz and Tim) do some comparisons between the new AppleTV and the Mac Mini while Gaz replaces a drive in an Apple Time Capsule.