MacVoices #17167: Macstock – Guy Serle on What Makes Macstock Great


At Macstock 2017, Guy Serle of the MyMac Podcast provides some examples and thoughts on how Macstock reflects the larger Apple user community, and how it differs from other tech conferences and user bases.

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MacVoices #17166: Macstock – Jeff Gamet On Learning From Macstock Attendees

At Macstock 2017Jeff Gamet of The Mac Observer and host Chuck Joiner discuss some of the surprising things they learned from one Macstock attendee, the benefits of chance encounters at conferences, and Jeff’s Deep Dive session.

MacVoices #17165: Macstock: The Most Senior Macstock Attendee, Dr. Edna Doyle

At Macstock 2017, the most senior Macstock attendee, Dr. Edna Doyle, talks about how she was introduced to the Mac, what Apple gear she has, and how she uses it. Edna thinks that everyone, including seniors, should be enthusiastic about technology and explains why.

MacVoices #17164: Macstock: The Youngest Macstock Attendee, Daniel Prinssen

At Macstock 2017, the event’s youngest attendee, Daniel Prinssen, talks about the videos he produces for his YouTube channel, why he prefers an iPad to a Mac, and his impressions of his school-provided Chromebook.

MacVoices #17163: Macstock – Jeff Butts on Hackintosh Building and Joining The Mac Observer

At Macstock 2017, for his first appearance on MacVoices, Jeff Butts of The Mac Observer talks about his unusual journey to the Mac by building a Hackintosh laptop at a very challenging time, why you can expect to see more Hackintosh information on TMO, and how he came to write for them.