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.Continue reading
While recovering from my Flu, I was able to sit in on the most recent Mac Roundtable over the weekend. It is now up for download right here. In this episode Allison Sheridan impressed us all with her stories of rubbing elbows with some of the worlds greatest super nerds. Yes, she even fetched macaroni and cheese with Bill Gates. We also talked about our use of .Mac (in which I seem to be the biggest user), 10.5.3 and a few other things Mac. Check it out.Continue reading
Once again I added my dulcet tones to the Mac Roundtable with the episode that just published today. I can’t really give myself very high marks this time. I went in fully prepared to talk about my experience setting up a syncing process for multiple macs but upon listening to it, my well thought out ideas came out as an endless string of gibberish. Oh well. Guess that is one more reason to read the blog. Everyone else, however, sounded brilliant. Check it out.Continue reading
The latest episode of the Mac Roundtable posted in iTunes. If you’d like, you can download it directly right here. In it, we discuss the pros and cons of the MacBook Air, our initial experience with the Time Capsule and a little bit of speculation on the iPhone software development kit which, you may not have heard, was announced last week.Continue reading
While at Macworld, I went out for lunch with a bunch of my podcasting and new media pals. We all sat around shooting the breeze about Apple and other things technology and it was a really great time. In fact, we had so much fun that we decided to start recording these little chats. However, rather than add another Applecentric podcast to the mix, we joined forces the Mac Roundtable gang.
The result is a bigger rotating cast and hopefully more frequent shows. Either way, I joined in on the roundtable that published today. In it we discussed, among other things, the MacBook Air, the new iPhone and iPod Touch configurations, uninterruptible power supplies, and the iPhone SDK. Give it a listen.