MacSparky on Mac Roundtable #43

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I participated in the most recent episode of the Mac Roundtable. We were all tired of the iPhone speculation and instead focused the show on email management and some of our favorite software and toys. Somehow I managed to talk about OmniFocus (again) and also discussed my experimentation with Evernote and the Amazon Kindle. I hope it is as enjoyable to listen to as it was to record. You can download it here.

10 Comments MacSparky on Mac Roundtable #43

  1. anthonyjross@mac.com

    As someone who has read quite a few ebooks on an HP Ipaq as well as on a Thinkpad tablet, I am so temped by the Kindle …. but having held off jumping on the Kindle bandwagon this long, I just know that the minute I buy one either Amazon will come out with Kindle 2.0 or Apple will finally announce a tablet.

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  2. anthonyjross@mac.com

    As someone who has read quite a few ebooks on an HP Ipaq as well as on a Thinkpad tablet, I am so temped by the Kindle …. but having held off jumping on the Kindle bandwagon this long, I just know that the minute I buy one either Amazon will come out with Kindle 2.0 or Apple will finally announce a tablet.

    Reply
  3. anthonyjross@mac.com

    As someone who has read quite a few ebooks on an HP Ipaq as well as on a Thinkpad tablet, I am so temped by the Kindle …. but having held off jumping on the Kindle bandwagon this long, I just know that the minute I buy one either Amazon will come out with Kindle 2.0 or Apple will finally announce a tablet.

    Reply
  4. anthonyjross@mac.com

    As someone who has read quite a few ebooks on an HP Ipaq as well as on a Thinkpad tablet, I am so temped by the Kindle …. but having held off jumping on the Kindle bandwagon this long, I just know that the minute I buy one either Amazon will come out with Kindle 2.0 or Apple will finally announce a tablet.

    Reply
  5. anthonyjross@mac.com

    As someone who has read quite a few ebooks on an HP Ipaq as well as on a Thinkpad tablet, I am so temped by the Kindle …. but having held off jumping on the Kindle bandwagon this long, I just know that the minute I buy one either Amazon will come out with Kindle 2.0 or Apple will finally announce a tablet.

    Reply
  6. tenex@tesco.net

    David can you explain a little about your move to IMAP?

    ISTR you said something about uploading existing messages to the server but it wasn’t very detailed.

    I have IMAP available on most but not all of my email a/cs and its a mystery to me why I should use it but access from multiple devices/sites sounds appealing.

    TIA

    Reply
  7. tenex@tesco.net

    David can you explain a little about your move to IMAP?

    ISTR you said something about uploading existing messages to the server but it wasn’t very detailed.

    I have IMAP available on most but not all of my email a/cs and its a mystery to me why I should use it but access from multiple devices/sites sounds appealing.

    TIA

    Reply
  8. tenex@tesco.net

    David can you explain a little about your move to IMAP?

    ISTR you said something about uploading existing messages to the server but it wasn’t very detailed.

    I have IMAP available on most but not all of my email a/cs and its a mystery to me why I should use it but access from multiple devices/sites sounds appealing.

    TIA

    Reply
  9. tenex@tesco.net

    David can you explain a little about your move to IMAP?

    ISTR you said something about uploading existing messages to the server but it wasn’t very detailed.

    I have IMAP available on most but not all of my email a/cs and its a mystery to me why I should use it but access from multiple devices/sites sounds appealing.

    TIA

    Reply
  10. tenex@tesco.net

    David can you explain a little about your move to IMAP?

    ISTR you said something about uploading existing messages to the server but it wasn’t very detailed.

    I have IMAP available on most but not all of my email a/cs and its a mystery to me why I should use it but access from multiple devices/sites sounds appealing.

    TIA

    Reply

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