MacVoices #19142: 5 Questions with The Mac Observer’s Charlotte Henry

You might know Charlotte Henry from her articles on The Mac Observer, or from her appearances on The Daily Observations Podcast, but we wanted to know more. Charlotte takes on our “5 Questions” format, addressing how she gathers information, some of the tools she uses, what her preferred networks are, the part music plays in her life, and more.

 

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MacVoices #19141: Michael E. Cohen Takes Control of the Many Versions of PDFpen

Michael E. Cohen has been busy creating the new Take Control of PDFpen, which covers not only the new PDFpen 11, but also all versions of PDFpen for both macOS and iOS. Michael introduces us to the new features of Smile’s PDF utility that are highlighted by an addition to the editing bar, new Library capabilities, and two cool uses of Continuity Camera from with the program.

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MacVoices #19140: Road to Macstock – Rick Cartwright’s iOS-Based Video Journey

Our next stop on The Road to Macstock is a discussion with Rick Cartwright, who will be addressing the opportunities provide by iOS videography. Rick describes the kinds of videos he enjoys producing and the gear he uses, and how he got started because of a Macstock presentation by Wally Cherwinski. Now he is going to present at the conference, sharing what he learned about getting started with iOS video, some of the tools available, and the start-to-finish demo he will deliver.

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MacVoices #19139: Road to Macstock – Stephen Hackett On Blogging vs. Podcasting and Live Audience Reactions

Our next stop on The Road to Macstock is a conversation with Stephen Hackett of Mac Power Users. Stephen and David Sparks will be delivering Episode #500 of the show live in front of the Macstock audience, something new for the conference. How he shifted from being primarily a blogger to primarily a podcaster, why podcasting is increasing in popularity, and the differences in recording in front of a live audience are all party of why you want to listen to what Stephen has to say.

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MacVoices #19138: Robyn Weisman Helps You Take Control of Your Browser

Robyn Weisman has released her first Take Control book, Take Control of Your Browser, to help us get the most out of one of the most-used applications on your devices, no matter which one you prefer. In her first time on MacVoices, Robyn explains why she wanted to author this book, discusses what browsers she uses, and then digs in to some specific topics. Bookmarks, tabs, extensions are all options that you may not be using to their fullest. Robyn will help you surf faster, better, and more efficiently.

 

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