It has been a while since I’ve done a Macspiration recommending downloads. To be honest, I haven’t found to many worthwhile freebies for an article. With that said, I have scrounged around my hard drive and found a hand full of downloads for you.
Scott Knaster knows what he’s talking about. Seriously. He’s been writing about programming the Mac for years, including the classic How To Write Macintosh Software. Hacking Mac OS X Tiger: Serious Hacks, Mods and Customizations is his latest effort. How does it stack up? Read David Weeks review here.
MyMac.com PodCast Tiger Day with Bob LeVitus
Download the MP3 PodCast HERE.
This is a special, hour-long PodCast featuring Tim and Chad talking with Bob LeVitus. Topics include Bob’s new Tiger book, Bob’s take on Apple banning his publishers books at the Apple store, and much more.
Contest galore! Bob gives away copies of his new book, Mac OS X 10.4 for Dummies! We also give away ONE AlchemyTV DVR / TV Tuner thanks to our friends at Miglia! Be the first to answer the questions posed by Bob Dr. Mac LeVitus, and send your answers in to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This weeks PodCast is sponsored by SmallDog.com, with special thanks to Miglia and DoctorMacDirect.com.
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If you can wait, I would suggest waiting a few weeks, or at least days, after Tiger is released before installing it on your Mac. If you can’t wait, please back up your data.
Download the April 14 2005 MP3 show HERE
File size 16.25MB 32 minutes in length
This PodCast is sponsored by Small Dog Electronics
Updated Contest information. Be sure to send any and all contest entries to firstname.lastname@example.org
Chad and Tim talk a lot about Tiger on this weeks show. Plus, a brand new Not Mac News by Chris Seibold
Be sure to check out The Roadhouse Blues PodCast here for your chance to win a Newer Technology RoadTrip! FM transmitter, thanks to MacSales.com.
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