Maccast 2009.04.19

Written by: Adam Christianson

Categories: Podcast

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A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Show 263. Apple ramping up for new iPhone. AT&T wants to extend iPhone relationship. Patent watch. Apple billionth app countdown. Jobs still on the job. Apple updates. iPods sales up and Apple fairing better than most. $1.29 tracks not paying the piper. Apple prices 20″ iMac for Education. Mac Zombie botnet rises. Apple airs new Mac vs. PC ads. Error on MySQL standard in Leopard. Formatting a USB drive in Leopard. Downloading from non-native iTunes breaks ToS. Old iPods worth 15% off new. Preventing Macbook sleep issues. Online backup solutions. Restore podcasts in iTunes. Fox News Gadgets & Games appearance

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New music, Walk Right Over Me by The Gathering

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  1. RC | Apr 21 2009 - 03:29

    Need more info about the featured band at the end of the episode, please. The Gathering “Walk Right Over Me” sounded great – much reminiscent of the Screamin’ Cheetah Wheelies – and I’d like to sample more.
    -Nobody Famous

  2. Kevpod | Apr 21 2009 - 08:40

    Adam, where do we find the links to the cloud backup services and other thing you talked about in this podcast?

  3. Adam Christianson | Apr 25 2009 - 08:44

    You can always find the links in the show notes which you can get to by clicking the “Shownotes in HTML” link above.

  4. George Dickerson | Apr 26 2009 - 07:26

    Hi Adam.
    On your last show you mentioned something from apple called backup 3 which lets you backup your mac to mobile me. Could not find anything on Apple’s website so if you have a link, please share it with me. Keep up the great shows.
    George Dickerson