Maccast 2010.07.26

Written by: Adam Christianson

Categories: Podcast

Download today’s show here! podcast-mini2.gif
MC20100726.mp3 [39.8MB 01:22:48 64kbps]

A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Show 311. Apple’s third quarter results. Apple explains how it collects geo location data. iTunes 9.2.1 update. iBooks 1.1.1. iPhone 4 dropped call rate gets perspective. iPhone 4 Free Bumper program kicks off. White iPhone delayed until end of the year. Apple prepping retail for iMac refresh? Follow-up on using star ratings. A better explanation of de-tuning. Print your own cards from iPhoto. Time for your quarterly security reminder. Converting VHS to H.264. Recovering a deleted iTunes Library.

Special thanks to our sponsors:
Smile on My Mac
Smile on My Mac, check out TextExpander and TextExpander Touch.
KamAlert – Turn your iPhone into a portable Personal Safety Device with intelligent photographic Surveillance.

New music, One Perfect Day by Adrienne Pierce (iTunes)

Intro birthday song clip: It’s Your Birthday by Justin Roberts (Buy on iTunes)

EOL: Darth’s iPhone 4 Support Call (YouTube)

Shownotes in: HTML or OPML

Subscribe to the Podcast Feed or Get the MP3 or Enhanced AAC

There are 4 comments on Maccast 2010.07.26:

RSS Feed for these comments
  1. Bernie | Jul 27 2010 - 06:46

    Just listened to the show. Enjoyed it. Is there a write up for printing your own cards from iPhoto? I was listening at work and didn’t get all the steps down.


  2. Bruce Aguilar | Jul 27 2010 - 07:20

    Why is it you always wind up posting a show a day or so before a big Apple announcement? Now I have to wait a week to glory in your reverie. We’ve got to get you on Steve Jobs’ iPhone Favorites list – stat. :-)

  3. Jonathan | Aug 01 2010 - 06:26

    Could you please let me know the name of the birthday song that opened the show?

    Love what you’re doing. Keep it up.

  4. Adam Christianson | Aug 03 2010 - 12:25

    The track is called “It’s Your Birthday” by Justin Roberts. I added a link to the track in iTunes in the blog post above.