MacVoices #721 – MacVoices at Expo: Blurb Delivers Personal Book Publishing Options

Looking for more flexibility in creating photo books? Want to become a published author? Blurb may be your best bet. Konstantin Gredeskoul, the engineering lead from Blurb, talks about the service and while it...
Adam Engst, Tonya Engst and Joe Kissell

MacVoices #1036: MacVoices at Macworld – Adam and Tonya Engst and Joe Kissell Wrap Up A Day at Macworld 2010

At the end of a very busy first day at Macworld 2010, Adam Engst, Tonya Engst and Joe Kissell take some time to discuss first impressions of the show, what they saw, what impressed...

MacVoices #12127: Jeff Gamet On the Importance of Print, Tech Journalism Challenges, and Social Media Opportunities

Jeff Gamet discusses his  coffee shop adventures, and why he documents them, before engaging in a thoughtful discussion that starts with his background in print and ends with the importance and opportunities that social...
Chuck Joiner, Adam Engst

MacVoices #20131: TidBITS 30th Anniversary with Adam Engst (Part 1)

TidBITS, the longest running email newsletter on the Internet just had its 30th anniversary, and publisher Adam Engst celebrates by talking about how web development has become a discipline of its own, and how that...

MacVoices #506: The Teen View of the iPod, Styles in Pages and The “Not A Video iPod” Email List

Warren Williams Dan Pourhadi Phil Shapiro Warren Williams of the iWork Users Group is back with another tip on using the iWork programs to the max, this time giving us an introduction to Styles in Pages. Dan Pourhadi...