Maccast 2007.09.28

Written by: Adam Christianson

Categories: Podcast

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A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Show 201. iPhone 1.1.1 update released. Shooby’s bricked iPhone. iPod Touch 1.1.1 update. Updates for iLife, iPhoto, iMovie, iTunes (Win), iWork, iWeb and Apple’s store web site. Firmware updates for iMac, Mac Pro, MacBook and Xserve. Target sells pink Shuffle iPhone absent at Apple Expo. Listener comments web screen capture app. Rumors of an Appe PDA surfacing. Feedback on using exchange server with iPhone. Blocking IntelliTXT ads. Drawing tablets for the Mac.

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  1. Chaz | Sep 28 2007 - 06:08

    What a GREAT Podcast about my new found love, the MAC!
    Adam, I hope your “Casts keep the Mac in the forefront!
    As a BRAND NEW convert to the Mac, I was looking around to get more info on my new (and First) iMac.
    As a PC user for many years, and after building many systems for myself and friends, I had to check out the newest iMacs..
    I Love it… and Im even going to put my current PC on my Mac when the newest OS X Version comes out. (From Tiger to Lepaord !)
    Thanks for a GREAT Show.. Keep up the good work…

  2. justG | Sep 29 2007 - 12:55

    Thanks for the ArtRage plug. I’m just another happy user of it and agree that it’s brilliant. It is both a Windows and OS X application (native, not Java, which is the first thing I think when I hear “cross-platform,” followed closely by *shudder*), so your caller can download and try it out even before he switches to the Mac. Autodesk Sketchbook Pro is another application that makes drawing on the computer feel really natural. Something about its tool simulation is just really spot-on. Thing is, it’s not as robust as the USD$25 ArtRage and at last check, was 200 bucks.