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18 Aug 2017

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Allison Sheridan's technology geek podcast with an EVER so slight Apple bias

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    NC #641 Automation Madness, Podfeet iMessage Stickers, Security Bits

    Allister Jenks has created new and improved Podfeet stickers for iMessage. I'll tell you how obsessed I've become with automation from AppleScript to Workflow to Keyboard Maestro. Then Bart is back with Security Bits where he'll regale us with news and things to watch out for, and tell us whether we're at the end of times because of recent research into DNA and computer code.

  • Posted on 17 Aug 2017

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    NC #640 Nightshift and Invert Colors, CMD-D Conference, Split Screen on iPad for Books

    In this week's show I start by playing you a VERY silly recording from Joe Dugandzic of http://smarterhomelife.com. Then I'll read you a rant by Chris Eschweiler about Night Shift and Invert Colors and I'll give him some good news. After that I'll regale you with tales of adventure about the CMD-D Conference hosted by Sal Soghoian. It was a blast and I can't wait to do more automation. Then I'll play you a question from Knightwise of knightwise.com about how to use both a mind mapping app and his book reading app in split screen.

  • Posted on 14 Aug 2017

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    NC #639 Two Catastrophic Apple Problems Challenge Me, Security Bits

    This is a bit of a different show - it's primarily the four part story of my saga dealing with two catastrophic failures with Apple in a single week. It's quite a tech story with a lot to interesting angles. After that Bart joins us with Security Bits.

  • Posted on 07 Aug 2017

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    NC #638 Due for Mac, Tencro Boom Arm, Unsharp Mask, Byword, Memo, Apple Photos Alternatives, FoodStuff, RAV 4 Hybrid, Security Bits

    In this special show guest-hosted by me, Bart Busschots, we'll start with some quick first impressions of Due for Mac from listener Helma, then I'll give you a quick review of my new Tenro mic boom, then we get to enjoy a conversation Allison had with Rob Wood about Unsharp Masks at MacStock, then I tell you about two Mac Apps I've recently started using, the Markdown editor Byword and the stickies app Memo, next listener Shai tells us about some of them alternatives to the Photos app and Adobe Lightroom, then I recommend the FoodStuff podcast before listener George from Tulsa shares a review of some cool safety features in his new Rav 4 Hybrid, and finally, I do my best to do a solo Security Bits.

  • Posted on 31 Jul 2017

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    NC #637 Macstock, Stump Stand, Apple IIe, Numbers for Meds, Security Bits

    In this early show, I'll give you an out brief on Macstock 2017. I'll talk about the people and the presentations (and maybe a little bit about the parties). Then Sandy Foster joins us for a review of the Stump Stand for iPad and iPhone. Trevor Drover joins us with a fantastic tale of how he figured out how to hook an Apple IIe up to a current MacBook Pro to transfer disk images between the two for the National Library. Very cool story. Then Terry Austin tells us how he figured out that by using the collaboration feature of Apple's Numbers application, he could help his mom keep track of her complex medication schedule as she arms for battle against cancer. We'll wind up with another segment of Security Bits with Bart Busschots.

  • Posted on 21 Jul 2017

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