You can read it over at TMO (where there are some *great* comments) and/or watch it in my interview with TheDigitalLifestyle.tv. Or, you know, right here below.
Archive for the 'mac stuff' Category
Just posted an article about my lightning experiences and lessons learned over at TMO that *should* have gone live a year ago, but got lost in the system. Thankfully a conversation sparked up this weekend on the Macworld Forums about Chris Breen’s related power experiences, and it sent me to seek out this old article [...]
At the risk of sounding even more egotistical than I have been recently (difficult, I know… but I’m going to try!), I’ll quote myself from an article we published over on iPodObserver regarding the iPhone App Store today: I would love to be able to download an app and have a 24-hour trial period. If [...]
Last night, Chuck Joiner delivered something that has never* previously been accomplished other than gigs and rehearsals: He assembled the entire (existing) Macworld All-Star Band into one (virtual) room, leaned heavily on the Skype button, and recorded the entire conversation. And we let him release it. Crazy, huh? Well, it’s out there, and it’s alive. [...]
I’m very happy to let you all know that Leander Kahney’s Cult Of Mac blog has joined our Mac network here at BackBeat Media. They’ve actually been on board for a couple of weeks, and we’ve already placed early-bird advertisers like Crucial, Bare Bones and Microsoft there. Of course, we’re actively working with other potential [...]
I had the pleasure yesterday of recording Mac Roundtable Episode #46 with Don McAllister, Bart Busschots, Chuck Joiner, and Joseph Nilo. I also had the pleasure of sleeping while Don painstakingly edited the podcast together from multiple audio sources and made it sound as though we were all the same room. Topics include MobileMe/cloud computing, [...]
On a few recent Mac Geek Gab episodes I’ve mentioned my current backup strategy and more than a few listeners have asked me to document this somewhere. I figured this blog was as good a place as any. Starting in 1995 and up until February when Apple’s Time Capsule came out, I was a died-in-the-wool [...]
Macworld’s Peter Cohen offers some sage advice to iPhone application publishers, warning them not to ignore the value of a true marketing and advertising plan. This advice extends way beyond the iPhone to really anyone who has a product they intend to sell. I highly recommend reading the article. Though Peter works for the competition, [...]
I have not one but TWO MUG appearances this month. The first is in person at the Seacoast MUG here in Rye, New Hampshire on Tuesday, May 13th. I’ll be presenting my “Running Your Mac Lean, Clean & Mean” session that I did this past Macworld Expo, and perhaps adding in some stuff we simply [...]
The audio and slide-video from the “Running Your Mac Lean, Clean, and Mean” session I did at Macworld Expo 2008 is now freely available online.