MacVoices #630: MacVoices at Expo – Print Shop 2.0 from Software MacKiev Is The Best Yet

Print Shop 2.0Sasha Patsay of Software MacKiev gives us a tour of the new Print Shop 2.0, covering the new features and graphics capabilities. With more projects, fonts and graphics options than ever before, this version of Print Shop is being recognized as the best yet.

MacVoices #629: MacVoices at Expo – ScanSnap Solves Your Document Scanning Needs

FujitsuScott Francis of Fujitsu profiles ScanSnap, the new dual-sided intelligent scanner that will take the mountains of paper on your desk and turn it into easily manageable PDF documents on your Mac. ScanSnap was a Macworld 2005 Eddy Award winner, and includes a full version Adobe Acrobat.

MacVoices #628: MacVoices at Expo – The State of No-Cost Sofware from the FreeMacware.com Team

 

 

Richard Miller and Brian Stucki of FreeMacWare.com talk about how their site has developed, why they prefer to grow by word of mouth rather than advertising and the state of free Mac software vs. its counterpart on the PC platform.

MacVoices #627: MacVoices at Expo: Digital Asset Management Tips from Peter Krogh

Peter KroghPeter Krogh, the author of, “The DAM Book” from O’Reilly, talks about digital asset management and offers some pro tips that can help anyone with an expanding digital photo or video library manage it effectively. Taxonomy methods, alternatives to iPhoto and more will help you get your photos and media resources under control.

MacVoices #626: MacVoices at Expo: David Pogue On User Groups & Upcoming Benefit Show

David Pogue and Chuck JoinerDavid Pogue, the New York Times technology columnist talked to MacVoices about his history with Mac User Groups, why he believes in them, and his upcoming appearance at a charity event organized by the North Pittsburgh Macintosh Users Group.

This is MacVoices’ first forray into vodcasting. The opportunity to talk to David about this particular subject came with little notice and even less equpment, so we pressed into service what was available.