MacVoices #503: MUG Stand at MacExpo London with Michael Corgan

Michael CorganMichael Corgan, one of the organizers of the Mac User Group stand at the upcoming MacExpo in London gives us a look at the user group climate in the United Kingdom, how several groups have overcome challenges to put together a quality presence for MacExpo. We also announce the MUG Center’s Macworld Hotel Deal and discuss the most frequent presenters at Mac user groups.

MacVoices #502: Cyndie Shaffstall of X-Ray Magazine and MacCamp

Cyndie Shaffstall, the editor and publisher of X-Ray Magazine talks about her publication and what it offers to Quark users, why it isn’t just a tips and tricks magazine, and provides some perspective on where Quark stands in the user community now and where it is headed. Charles DeVore updates us on the Portland Macintosh User Group’s MacCamp, and some current user group news headlines round out this edition.

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MacNotables #504: New PowerBooks and Dual Core PowerMacs and Aperture – What Do They Mean To You?

Bryan Chaffin, Adam Engst, Tonya Engst, Andy Ihnatko, Dennis Sellers, Chuck Joiner

The MacNotables take on the October 19 announcements from Apple about the updated Pro-level Macs, including new PowerBooks and dual core PowerMac G5 towers as well as the introduction of Aperture, the new pro-level digital photography program. The panelists for this edition include Bryan Chaffin, Adam Engst, Tonya Engst, Andy Ihnatko and host Chuck Joiner.

MacNotables #503: Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus on Earphones For Your iPod

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About to buy a new iPod nano or one of the just-released video iPods? Or maybe you were an early adopter and have been listening to music on the go for years. Either way, you might want to consider a set of third party earphones to improve your experience. Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus provides his thoughts on why replacing the stock white earphones will make your music sound better, and gives his recommendations on which products you should look at first and why.

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MacVoices #501: Warren Williams of the iWork Users Group and Doug Adams of Doug’s Scripts

The premier of MacVoices features a discussion with Warren Williams, the president of the iWork Users Group about their just-released Business Stationery Design Kit, and Doug Adams, the man behind Doug’s Scripts, one of the best, most approachable AppleScript and Automator sites on the web.Doug AdamsWarren Williams