MacCast 03.09.2005

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Categories: Podcast

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A podcast about Macs done by a Mac geek for Mac geeks. Show 35. CherryOS G4 emulator for PC launched, Linux creator uses a Mac, but not OS X, Terrasoft offers Yellow Dog on bootable iPod/Firewire drives and Sony takes on the Shuffle. Listeners want to know about iGeeks, how to keep PodcastAlley voting on the up and up, how to burn Mac DVDs on a PC, using bookmarkable AAC files for podcasts, how to print only selected text in OS X, checkout the MacDad Blog and backup options for OS X. Listen in. Shownotes in HTML or OPML

Featured Music: Sunrise, Alex McLeod

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  1. Sam Abuelsamid | Mar 10 2005 - 09:00

    Doppler 2 on the windows platform can also do the automatic conversion from mp3 to m4b (bookmarkable aac). Just like ipodderx it downloads the original file and then converts to m4b and deletes the original. The m4b file is then added to your itunes (or if you absolutely must windows media player) library.

  2. Buck Dog | Mar 13 2005 - 04:00

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  3. Anonymous | Mar 13 2005 - 04:00

    I tried out Cherry OS and was displeased. You need a copy of Mac OS X just to try it. Also, it requires a whopping 10GB of Hard Drive space. Love the show, though, keep up the good work!