MacVoices #21181: Jay Miller Talks Conduit, Social Equity, and Tech (1)

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Jay Miller joins us to discuss his new podcast, Conduit, and how it delivers a different take on productivity. Not just content with sharing what they do, Jay and Kathy Campbell help listeners create their own challenges and celebrate the successes on the show. The conversation then turns to the question of holding our apps (and their creators) “accountable” from a social aspect. (Part 1) 

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MacVoices #21180: MacVoices Live! – Adam Engst and Chuck Joiner at CIDER (3)

Adam Engst and Chuck Joiner wrap up their virtual visit to the Apple CIDER user group by touching on large monitors and M1 Macs, Adam’s thoughts on the integration of features across OSs and devices, and SharePlay. We have a little fun with a Zoom feature, and look at where the Apple Watch has been, were is, and where it is going. (Part 3)  

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MacVoices #21179: MacVoices Live! – Adam Engst and Chuck Joiner at CIDER (2)

Adam Engst and Chuck Joiner continue their visit to the Apple CIDER user group in Rochester NY with a broader discussion of privacy and technology before turning to the iPhone 13. Buying new, handing down lower models, and exploding batteries are all covered. Then, Mac repairs take center stage as everyone shares some of their experiences. (Part 2) 

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MacVoices #21178: MacVoices Live! – Adam Engst and Chuck Joiner at CIDER (1)

In the midst of a thunderstorm, Adam Engst and Chuck Joiner make a virtual visit to the Apple CIDER user group in Rochester NY. In Part 1, we talk about weather apps, Apple’s support of classical music, and Adam’s project to combine multiple sets of speakers. We also dipped into the CSAM controversy and the implications of on-device monitoring and how we feel about that level of surveillance. (Part 1)

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MacVoices #21177: Gary Levitt of Future Moments On Their IOS and Mac Audio Production Apps (2)

Our conversation with Gary Levitt, Co-Founder of Future Moments, continues with the story the genesis of their apps, how he and his partner found each other, and how they interact to bring the products to market. Gary also talks about their unusual pricing model that puts all of their apps within reach of anyone who wants to improve the audio side of their mobile production. (2) 

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