MacNotables #619: Needed iApp Updates, the Pros and Cons of iWeb and More

The MacNotables discuss which iApps are in need of updates, the virus issue, why Andy hates computers, Tonya’s revelation, universal truths about computer use and the pros and cons of iWeb.

Tonya Engst
Tonya
Engst

Andy Ihnatko
Andy
Ihnatko

Ted Landau
Ted
Landau

Chuck Joiner
Chuck
Joiner

MacNotables #618: Chris Breen on Malware, Slow-Sounding Audio in GarageBand and Breaking Up with Your Classic Apps

Christopher BreenChris Breen gives some sound advice on understanding the recent flurry of news about Mac viruses, trojan horses and malware, solves the mystery of slow-sounding audio in GarageBand, discusses how and why the time has come to end your relationship with those Classic applications you’ve been holding on to, and why you should pay attention to the latest iLife ’06 updates.

MacVoices #638: David Stempnakowski On Being a U.S. Military Mac User Group in Germany

David StempnakowskiDavid Stempnakowski of the Kaiserslautern Macintosh & iPod Users Group discusses how his group offers support for U.S. military personnel stationed in Germany, the unique challenges of being a Mac user in that part of the world and why there is a bright spot for Apple in the off-shore U.S. military market.

MacNotables #617: Chris Breen and Dan Frakes on the Implications of Sharing Photos and Music, the 1 GB nano, AutoFill, FLAC and More

Starting to gleen the truth about the MacNotables on the Mac Mania cruise, why you want to be *very* careful if you’re going to photocast using iPhoto 6, excuses to use when sharing your iTunes music library, black or white leather, 1 gig nano, FLAC, Og Vorbis, AutoFill, and more are all covered by the panel of Chris Breen, Dan Frakes and Chuck Joiner in this bonus-length edition.

Christopher Breen
Christopher
Breen

Dan Frakes
Dan
Frakes

Chuck Joiner
Chuck
Joiner

MacNotables #616: Adam Engst and Ted Landau on Lawsuits Against Apple and the iPod Line-Up

Apple is being sued for iPod volume and the design of iTunes. Adam Engst and Ted Landau share their thoughts on why that’s just plain wrong, and discuss the iPod nano 1 GB and iPod shuffle’s places in Apple’s product matrix.

Adam Engst
Adam
Engst

Ted Landau
Ted
Landau

Chuck Joiner
Chuck
Joiner