Maccast 2009.05.01

Written by: Adam Christianson

Categories: Podcast

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A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. iPhone and Verizon rumors continue. Snow Leopard adds YouTube spots. Latest iPhone beta requires new iTunes. Mobile Me now offers 24/7 chat support. Apple goes on hiring spree. What’s up next for Apple hardware? WWDC is sold out, again. Don’t forget Automator. Snitch on Mac connections. Converting audio in iTunes. Keeping Macs in Sync. Fox News Gadgets & Games appearance.

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  1. Tomas | May 02 2009 - 04:02

    About keeping Macs in sync. A free way to keep the bookmarks in sync is Xmarsk, http://www.xmarks.com/ (former Foxmarks). It now sync bookmarks between Firefox, Safari and IE, through the cloud. The bookmarks can also be accessed on the web.

    I liked that you talked about Fox. It have been bugging me.

    Thanks for a good show.

  2. Ash | Jun 12 2009 - 08:46

    Thanks for the podcast, I’m going to listen to it in my new car later :). I’m quite new to the ‘Mac World’ and this blog is really helping me get up to speed.