MacNotables #607: Macworld Expo Wrap-Up, Part 1

The first of two Macworld Expo wrap-up shows finds the MacNotables reviewing the week in San Francisco, discussing booth size, the type of exhibitors at the show, the mix of Mac vs. iPod products, delivering an initial report on the Intel Macs and answering the “desert island product” question.

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Bryan Chaffin
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Bob
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Jason Snell
Jason
Snell

Chuck Joiner
Chuck
Joiner

MacVoices #611: Adobe Breakfast at Expo – Breeze Collaboration Software

AdobeMacVoices brings you an exclusive – a four part series from the Adobe Professional Association and User Group Breakfast at Macworld Conference & Expo 2006 in San Francisco.

Our second installment brings you Curt Zevas demonstrating Breeze, the new meeting collaboration software developed by Macromedia and now published by Adobe.

MacVoices #610: MacVoices at Expo – Dimitriy Ivanov of Unicon Systems Explains mBridge

Unicon SystemsWant to share information from your many digital hub devices without the hub? Then you need to check out mBridge by Unicon Systems. Director of Product Marketing Dimitriy Ivanov explains how it will work, what devices are supported and why it will make moving information from Palms, iPods and more even easier than it is now.

MacVoices #609: Adobe Breakfast at Expo – Welcome and After Effects

AdobeMacVoices brings you an exclusive – a four part series from the Adobe Professional Association and User Group Breakfast at Macworld Conference & Expo 2006 in San Francisco.

Our first installment includes the welcome by Terry White and the very first public look at some new technology in After Effects by Dave Helmly.

MacVoices #608: MacVoices at Expo – Startly Technologies Introduces Docktopus

DocktopusStartly Technologies, the makers of the venerable Macintosh macro program QuicKeys, scored a “Macworld Best of Show” award for their new Dock utility, Docktopus. Eric Roccasecca, the Director of Research and Development from Startly talks about Docktopus and the latest version of Trans Lucy, their take on how to watch video on your Mac.