MacVoices #20240: Jean MacDonald, Manton Reese of Micro.Blog and Jonathan Hays of Sunlit (2)

In the second part of our discussion with Manton Reece and Jean MacDonald of Micro.blog and Jonathan Hays of Sunlit, their ability to make creating a podcast presence simple, how hosting works, and why they see it as a place to exercise your audio creativity as part of the Micro.blog. Manton and Jonathan discuss how the service handles your photos when they are uploaded, why it is perfect for sharing, and why it shouldn’t be considered a backup or archive. (Part 2 of 2)

 

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MacVoices #20239: Jean MacDonald, Manton Reese of Micro.Blog and Jonathan Hays of Sunlit (1)

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Manton Reece and Jean MacDonald of Micro.blog and Jonathan Hays of Sunlit have joined forces to bring photo sharing to the Micro.blog service, and join us to talk about this new enhancement. In Part 1, Manton starts us off by discussing some of the newest features in the latest update to the social media/microblogging platform, and Jean explains why they haven’t had to implement heavy-handed security to keep the service a pleasant one to use. Jonathan then explains how Sunlit integrates with Micro.blog, how it is and isn’t similar to that other photo sharing service, and why you would want to take advantage of it. (Part 1 of 2)

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MacVoices #20238: MacVoices Update – 2020-10, and 15 Years of MacVoices

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In the October 2020 update, Chuck talks about MacVoices Live! and the length of MacVoices shows, delivers the Support Report, and  takes a few minutes to comment on the evolution of MacVoices on the fifteenth anniversary of the show.

MacVoices #20237: MacVoices Live! – The Apple “Hi, Speed” Event (3)

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The third and final part of our discussion about Apple’s “Hi, Speed” event with the panel of David GinsburgMark Fuccio, Jeff GametKelly GuimontKen Ray, Brittany Smith, and Frederick Van Johnson touches on the cell carrier’s motivations surrounding 5G, why Verizon was on stage, the $30 difference in iPhone prices, and what you need to know if you plan to move between carriers. MagSafe had some members excited, others not so much, but everyone is agrees we aren’t done with Apple events for 2020.

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MacVoices #20236: MacVoices Live! – The Apple “Hi, Speed” Event (2)

Our All-Star panel of MacVoices Live!David GinsburgMark Fuccio, Jeff GametKelly GuimontKen Ray, Brittany SmithFrederick Van Johnson, continued our discussion of Apple’s “Hi, Speed” event, shifting over to the iPhone 12. Questions over who the audience is for which iPhone models, when it is time to upgrade, and whether the Pro version is appropriate for production work. We touch on the 5G capability, what the DSLR camera’s place is in an iPhone world, how to decide what to get.

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