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Steve Jobs takes a leave of absence and Apple announces their quarterly results for the 1st quarter of 2011 which adds up to a LOT of Italian white Alba Truffles! We also have some great audio feedback from Scott (Pocket Sized Podcast) Willsey and Tim (TechFan) Robertson about Nuking Verizon…or something like that. We’re also giving away a few Mac App bundles courtesy of AppSumo!
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OK, Apple is running a new contest. The person to download the 10 billionth app will receive an iTunes gift card worth $10,000. Obviously I’M going to win this contest so no one will need to bother to even consider their worthiness. Why am I so confident? It’s all in the math baby!
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A longer show than normal (normal being a relative term with the GMen) but filled with great stuff! We totally botch telling someone how to do a Nuke and Pave and can’t find a Spanish Dictation program to save our life. We LOVE the Mac App Store but have a very odd way of showing it, and talk about how the Verizon iPhone may be a big deal in the US, but it’s a been there and done that most other places.
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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!
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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 MyMac.com Podcast…US only please. The GMen talk about Mac Software Bundles and whether or not they’re really any bargain.
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.
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Guy and David are joined by Larry Grinnell as they discuss Digital Media, Broadband Access and Home TV Options – and Paul Kent of IDG gives the lowdown on the latest plans for Macworld Expo.
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New weekly cohost David Cohen makes his regular debut, and Sam Levin helps us kick off the show with his Cool Mac Picks from the Macworld Expo.
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Chestnut Hill Sound George
Cambridge SoundWorks i765
Gizmobies Pocketable iPod Protection
Logitech Squeezebox Duet
Keyspan TuneView for iPod
Presentation Remote Pro
Plasq’s Skitch & ComicLife
Tim Robertson talks about arriving in San Francisco, meeting with some of the MyMac.com staff and fans of the podcast, and the upcoming Macworld Expo in general. A solo podcast gets the week started.
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With no big Apple or Mac news, Tim, Chad, and Guy look forward to Macworld Expo, and invite any and all listeners for a get together during the event. Also up this week, Nemo interviews educator Sharon Price using the Edirol R-09.
Two interviews this week feature author Andy Ihnakto and Macworld Expo head-honcho Paul Kent. Fenistration looks at desktop management, while Robert Hazelrigg reviews PictureItPerfect and Wingnuts. Plus, Not Mac News with Guy Serle.
MyMac Podcast 65
This week, London Burea Chief David Cohen looks at the news from Macworld Expo. He talks about LightRoom and Monitor Audio’s iDeck. This episode was recorded using Garageband 3 Podcast Studio.
MyMac Podcast 62 Macworld Expo Day 1
Tim and Chad look at Day 1 of the Macworld Conference and Expo. The five MyMac.com Staffers at the event try and call in via Skype and iChat, but
We announce the winner of the KR-6810M X-Slim Lighted Keyboard from i-Rocks USA.
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Tim and Chad talk the latest in the MyMac Universe, and finally all is reveled about the Macworld Expo Article from last week.
It is almost time for that annual gathering of the Apple and Macintosh faithful in San Francisco, what we all have come to know as the Macworld Conference and Expo held during the second week of January at the Moscone Center. This is THE event of the year, more so in 2006 after Macworld Expo Conference organizers IDG World Expo has pulled the plug on the summer Mac Expo in Boston.
While everyone is finalizing their plans on attending the show, IDG has up and changed a policy that could potentially have an adverse effect on how the show is covered this year. So unless you plan on attending the event in person, you may be curious on what this new policy will mean to you, the Mac users of the world, as well as the Mac (and iPod) vendors who plan on showing off their wares at the show.
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