Araelium Software Screenflick

Araelium’s Screenflick screen Recording applicationPrice: $35 Araelium Software provided this product for the purpose of this review. Tested on a M1 Mac Mini. A

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MyMac Podcast 296 – iPad HIGH! Mac Mini Low

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.

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Is Psystar Open Computers really cheaper than Apple’s Macs?


The ongoing debacle of Psystar just won’t go away much to Apple’s dismay. Apple tried to do what they prefer to do at first, which is ignore them and hope they’ll self-destruct. Early on that seemed to be the winning move as Psystar changed its location several times, had its capability of ordering through credit cards taken away, and put out its first computers to pretty much universal derision when they turned out to noisier than Obama/McCain supporters on Fox news.

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Taking iWeb 08 even further – Part 7


Guy Serle returns with part seven of his iWeb series, this week looking at creating a new blog on your .Mac account. Read one of the only continuing internet columns about taking iWeb further than you would believe.

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Ubercaster
Review

Ubercaster is very different from GarageBand in one important way. The program does many of the things needed to do in GarageBand in post-production all within Ubercaster’s workflow BEFORE you begin recording. It has a unique layout that is reminiscent of most good Mac software, drag and drop. There are four layers to the program and each is well structured for making podcasts.

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