MacVoices #660: Chuck Rogers of MacSpeech Talks About The New Version of iListen, the Mac Speech Recognition Software

Chuck Rogers, the Chief Evangelist of MacSpeech, introduces the newest version of iListen, their speech recognition software for the Mac. Chuck explains the benefits of iListen, the enhancements and benefits that version 1.7 brings,...

MacVoices #644: Michael Butler, The Rock and Roll Geek, Talks Macs, Music and Podcasting

Michael Butler, the host of The Rock and Roll Geek Show, talks about his podcast, one of the very first on the scene back in the early days (read: 2004) and how it has...

MacVoices #642: Podcasting Wisdom from Take Control Author Andy Williams Affleck

Andy Williams Affleck, the author of the just-updated Take Control of Podcasting On The Mac, discusses how podcasting has evolved, gives his top three suggestions to would-be podcasters, his impressions of GarageBand 3, outlines...

MacVoices #637: Dan Pourhadi on iWeb, No iPod Announcements at Expo, and Why, “If It’s Too Mobile, You’re Too Old”

Dan Pourhadi, our youth correspondent, talks about the controversy he whipped up when he called iWeb, "a piece of crap," why no iPod annoucments at Expo might have alienated a segment of Apple's audience...

MacVoices #627: MacVoices at Expo: Digital Asset Management Tips from Peter Krogh

Peter Krogh, the author of, "The DAM Book" from O'Reilly, talks about digital asset management and offers some pro tips that can help anyone with an expanding digital photo or video library manage it...