Written by: Adam Christianson
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A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Show 231. iTunes hits 5 billion mark. Canadian iPhones won’t have unlimited data. Japanese iPhone pricing also announced. O2 offers pay as you go 3G iPhone plans. Orange will launch 3G July 17th. Apple also expands iPhone 3G channels in other countries. What about the iPod Touch?. Apple still making “bank” from At&T iPhone sales. Remote Desktop Trojan surfaces. Snow Leopard to bring ZFS, finally? Apple adds TV to iTunes Australia. iPhone 2.0 update, SDK beta8, and iTunes 7.7 pre-release sent to developers Application for batch MP3 tagging and renaming. Emailing attachments trick. Thoughts about how Apple defines new market segments. Clearing out Mail recent recipients. Review of mouse gesture app launcher Sapiens. Bluetooth keyboard knocking out Wi-fi. Creating your own Audiobooks. Share iPhoto Library amound multiple user accounts.
EOL: Obamapod, What’s on Obama’s iPod
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I really miss the weekly TalkShoe sessions. Anyway, I just wanted to add to what you said about gesturing the mouse to launch apps. Quicksilver has always had this ability via its Abracadabra plug-in. It’s a wild feature but personally, I don’t use it. Hope you have an incredible Summer!
I second “Audiobook Builder”. I have used it for a couple months to convert multiple CD audiobooks that I’ve bought. It’s nice to put an 8 disc audiobook into one audio file! It does it so easily and trouble free.