MacVoices #15199: Jason Snell Updates His Crash Course on Photos and Talks Ten Years of MacNotables

Jason Snell  has updated  Photos for Mac: A Take Control Crash Course, and gives us quick tour of some of his favorite new features in the photo editor and manager. Photos may not be a successor (yet) to Aperture, but there are plenty of great additions; He talks about how he covers them to make sure you can take full advantage of them. Jason and host  Chuck Joiner  also talk about ten years of MacNotables how podcasting has developed, and then hit a subject that has never been mentioned before on MacVoices.

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Jason Snell  is the founder and editor of  SixColors. He was the lead editor for Macworld for more than a decade. For a couple of years he also oversaw editorial operations for  PCWorld, and launched  TechHive  and  Greenbot. All told he worked for IDG for 17 years and Ziff-Davis for three before that. That adds up to two decades of doing technology journalism and covering Apple at close range. During his time at Macworld, he covered every major Apple product release, including every version of OS X, the iPod, iPhone, and iPad, and much more. He has written breaking news, interviewed executives (including Steve Jobs), reviewed major products, written how-to articles, penned award-winning editorials, shot and edited videos, produced podcasts… you name it. He left IDG in 2014 to start SixColors. He also hosts  The Incomparable,  Clockwise  and  Upgrade. You can follow him on  Twitter.