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A podcast about Macs done by a Mac geek for Mac geeks. Show 38. Apple joins Blu-ray Disc Association Board of Directors, Apple may be increasing standard RAM to 512MB, finally a two button Apple Mouse? Apple to introduce updates to AirPort Extreme and AirPort Express, Steve gets his annual $1 salary, the reason for iTunes Mototrola phone delay, new Tiger build sent out, Apple responds to G4 trackpad issues. Visit Freeverse for great games. Listener ask how to schedule email sending in Entourage, more answers to Linksys Router DHCP issue, update on Mac Mini Apple VGA display issues, answer to keeping iTunes Library focus when attaching iPod, listener wants to know how to keep Podcasts organized, issues with bookmarkable AAC files and 4G iPods. Listen in. Shownotes in HTML or OPML
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I want to comment on the rumor of Apple designing a 2-button mouse. I must admit I just switched to the Mac and I would have switched a year ago if I would have realized that a Mac would support 2-button mouse. Once I found a mouse at http://www.macmice.com, I ordered my Mac immediately. Keep in mind as a PC user, my only experience with a Mac was using someone else’s Mac. So all I ever used was the 1-button mouse and I could not get used to it.
So, in my opinion, Apple including a 2-button mouse (w/ scroll wheel) will attract more PC users and convert them to “switchers”. I LOVE my Mac!!!
MacMice has great products. I should probably mention them on the show. I agree Apple NEEDS a 2 button mouse if they really want switchers. The other thing most people don’t know is that you can use just about any 2 button USB mouse with your Mac and you don’t even really need drivers! Just plug it in and it works!
Bookmarkable 4G iPod bug.
I just wanted to add that at least the way that iPodderX makes the bookmarkable files is by converting the mp3s into AACs inside iTunes. So once you set iTunes correctly to encode AAC files in stereo it will all be done automatically and you won’t need to reencode new mono podcasts that are downloaded.