A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Episode 072. Every year at tax time I have to wade through a ton of papers to find the documents and info I need. This year I finally went paperless and it was awesome. Hear how I did it and get some tips on setting up your own system for going paperless.
It’s over 4 days before Apple will begin selling the iPad 2 (sales start at 5:00 PM PST this Friday). Apparently hasn’t stopped someone (see picture above) form getting in line early, real early. Maccast listener David sent me this snapshot of a tent apparently already outside a temporary Apple Store location in Texas. The Knox Street Apple store is closed for renovations, so they have set-up shop around the corner on McKinney, Avenue. We don’t know for sure yet, but it’s a good guess that guy inside the tent is famous Apple line sitter Justin Wagoner. Justin if you remember got a lot of press for being first in line for the iPhone 4 days before it went on sale. There have been rumors that initial shipments of iPad 2’s might be lower than Apple had wanted due to supply constraints, but I doubt you’d need to line up now to get one. My guess is Justin just really likes the attention and we’re happy to give him some.
A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Show 340. The iPad 2. iPad Smart Cover. iOS 4.3. iMovie and GarageBand for iPad. iTunes 10.2 update. Apple launches Joint Venture Program. Rumors of DOJ looking at MPEG-LA. Macbook Pro reviews are coming in. Feedback on iTunes 24-bit audio files. Maccast One Minute Tip: Preview and Annotate. Add all Mail to addresses to Address Book. Recommendations on Macbook Pro gaming. Mobile Me Dot Mac account nightmare. Smudges under iMac glass
A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Episode 071. Now that new Macbook Pros have hit the streets a common question for those of us considering an upgrade is how to decide on a specific model? The differences between models range from dramatic to subtle, but I’ll share some of the tricks I use for filtering the specs and finding the model that’s the perfect fit for you.