Liberating your Widgets from Dashboard, making your Mac invulnerable to malicious and inadvertent activities, the real story on programming for the upcoming Mactels and common sense views on the Apple-Intel merger are all covered in this week’s show.
Danny Espinoza of Mesa Dynamics talks about his new product, Amnesty, that lets Mac OS X Widgets run free of both the Dashboard, and of Tiger itself. Want your widgets on-screen at all times? Haven’t made the move to Tiger but want to get in on the widget craze. Find out how with Amnesty.
Keith Rickman and Mark Eaton of Centurion Technologies introduce us to a product that you’ve been exposed to if you’ve visited any Apple Store and fawned over a new Macintosh. You didn’t even know it, but MacShield was running on that Mac, protecting it from anything you might intentionally or unintentionally do to it. Find out how your Mac can enjoy the same protection that Apple selects for their display machines.
Mark Dalrymple of Cocoa Heads and author of Core Mac OS X and Unix Programming delivers perspective on Apple’s announcement to move the Mac to the Intel chip architecture. You’ve heard all the hype, now get the straight story from someone with real programming credentials.