What’s wrong with Adobe Photoshop Elements 9? Not much. It’s almost perfect. I teach Photoshop Elements. I have used every version for Macintosh andRead More
Roxio’s Toast began as a simple way to burn optical media, CDs then DVDs; it slowly became the preferred way to do so untilRead More
Tired of the kids using your expensive DVDs as coasters? Maybe its time to make extra copies so you don’t have to figure out how to get jam off your DVDs before you stick them in your player. See what Popcorn 4 from Roxio can do for you.
Roxio’s Toast has long been the software of choice for reliable and flexible CD and DVD burning on Mac and PC. In recent years Roxio has slowly and steadily added features, generally made improvements to the working of the product and changed the interface of the softwareâ€¦ it isn’t entirely Mac-like – not that it is in any way off-putting.
The last time I used Toast was version 4.2 and I was pleased with it then. Checking out Toast 8 is like going back home after being away for a long time. Itâ€™s nice to settle back down with something thatâ€™s familiar and doesnâ€™t cause problems. While changes have been made, theyâ€™re good changes and one will readily adapt to them rather quickly.Read More
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This, our 120th weekly podcast episode, was recorded live at the Apple Store. Tim and Chad give away a ton of software and hardware during the events Apple Quiz. We also interview Dan Knight, publisher of LowEndMac.com, as well as Joel Mueller from MacUpdate.com. Plus we announce the winners of our home contest. All that, plus a special moment at the end of the show.
Special heartfelt thanks to the great staff of the Grand Rapids Apple Store, located in the Woodland Mall. They are the best!
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The MyMac.com Podcast celebrates our 100th podcast by recording a live show at the Apple Store in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Guy Serle flies in from Virginia to co-host the show with Tim Robertson, and they gave away over $1,750 worth of Macintosh and iPod gear. Also, what does it mean to be a Mac user? Find out what some of our past podcast guests and MyMac.com writers think it means on this show.
Special thanks to:
Lori Boss and Paxton Bates from Apple Computer
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Tim and Chad talk up the new iMacs, Mac mini, and reveal the $1,750 worth of free Mac gear to be given away on the 100th podcast.
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If you into creating CDâ€™s and DVDâ€™s, you need Toast with JAM, an improvement over an already great product.Read More
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