MacVoices #17092: Jeff Carlson Takes Control of Digital Photos on a Mac Again


Jeff Carlson has updated Take Control of Digital Photos on a Mac to the second edition, to help us organize our ever-growing collection of images so that they can be located and enjoyed. He talks about workflows that help accomplish this goal, the new artificial intelligence capabilities built into Apple’s Photos and Google Photos, and what they can do for you. Protecting your digital photo assets is just as critical as organizing them, and Jeff has some thoughts on that too. He covers all this, and explains why, if you care enough to take photos, that you should consider yourself a photographer and not just a picture-taker.

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MacVoices #17091: Ted Landau’s Reaction To Apple’s Future Mac Plans

Ted Landau is back to provide his thoughts on Apple’s now-announced plans for the Mac Pro, iMac, and Mac mini. We now know all those “The Mac is dead” stories were just that. Ted looks at whether they were genuine, or just click-bait, why the Mac Pro wasn’t what pros were looking for, and what an iMac targeted to the pro crowd might look like. Ted also recounts some of his adventures in connecting his Amazon Echo to his favorite sound bar, and offers assistance for those wanting to do the same.

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MacVoices #17090: Road to Macstock – Bill Geraci’s Take On Troubleshooting Mac Problems

Troubleshooting takes its place on the Road to Macstock in a conversation with Bill Geraci. Bill covers his background, his need to teach and inform, and his approach to troubleshooting via his “7 levels of computing” methodology. Find out how he translates what a user is reporting into useful diagnostic information, and what you will learn from his main stage session.

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MacVoices #17089: Road to Macstock – Tim Robertson On The Importance of Game Shows and Fun

Back on the Road to Macstock, Tim Robertson of TechFan talks about the game show session he and Guy Serle will be running as part of this year’s event. This won’t be the first appearance of the MyMac Game Show, but it will have some changes from its first appearance at Macworld Conference and Expo. Get all the details and find out how you can play and win when you attend.

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MacVoices #17088: Ken Ray On The Constant Pronouncements of Apple In Crisis

Ken Ray of MacOSKen is the perfect person to give a balanced perspective on the Apple-in-crisis-du-jour stories that seem to be at the top of the tech news headlines constantly. Ken steps back and looks at why these stories seem to be so popular, whether they might hold any measure of truth, and why their outcomes are so unlikely. Is Apple still something special, and for the same reasons as in the past, or has the appeal evolved into something new? Ken gives us a much-needed review of the facts, and asks some questions that you need to answer for yourself.

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