MacCast 06.21.2006

Written by: Adam Christianson

Categories: Podcast

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A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Show 145. Apple conducting audit of Chinese “iPod City”. iPhoto update adds new card templates. Rumors of Apple iTunes movie deals abound. 50 Cent wants affordable Macs for inner-city residents. MacCast One Minute Tip #16 – Google Sketchup. Warning about Monolingual on Intel Macs. More tips on restoring user accounts. More ideas for keeping your Mac clean. Apple may be secretly recalling discolored MacBooks. What a “Green Roof” really is. Using keywords to determine which iPhotos are in which albums. Files won’t stay put when dropped on second desktop. Speed up saving in GarageBand 3. How to manage network connections and locations. ProfCast software help you to Podcast PowerPoint and Keynote presentations.

New music, Badlands by Ross Neilsen

We really shook the pillars of heaven, didn’t we, Wang?Big Trouble in Little China (1986)

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  1. Israel | Jun 22 2006 - 11:52

    IF are like me, and like to click on this website to listen to adam’s podcast. click on the MP3 link toward the bottom, becuase the PODCAST icon does not work.

  2. Nick Charlton | Jun 22 2006 - 01:40

    No iTunes version? My Podcasts haven’t been updated with the new podcast. Even manually doesn’t update it. Anyone else with these problems?


  3. Leo | Jun 23 2006 - 04:02

    Got it via iTunes. It wouldn’t work on the first try, but the second one did it.

  4. Nick Charlton | Jun 23 2006 - 08:04

    Yeah, it worked about 12hrs later.


  5. Ronnie | Jun 23 2006 - 08:48

    I can’t download it with iTunes… :(
    I clicked about 20 times “update”, but nothing happens…

  6. Dean | Jun 23 2006 - 06:12

    Great podcast.

    Thanks for the tip about editing locations. Duh! I must have overlooked the obvious.