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Chuck Joiner talks with the most interesting and influential people in the Mac industry, as well as the individuals who are out there making it happen on the front lines of the global Mac community.

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      MacVoices #17154: Joe Kissell Updates Take Control of The Cloud


      The latest effort from Joe Kissell is the second edition of Take Control of The Cloud, a topic that has become more expansive and involved since the book was first released. Joe explains how he has changed his approach because of this, and expanded the book to cover new topics such as the Internet of Things, the practical aspects of Cloud usage, and how to select your Cloud services. Automation and the Cloud, private cloud devices and productivity services are among many topics Joe...


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      MacVoices #17153: Ted Landau's Personal Take On Apple's WWDC Announcements


      Ted Landau was keeping a keen eye on Apple’s announcements at the WWDC keynote, and provides his take on the most important among them, but from a personal perspective. Ted selects his top three, talks about why he’s all but given up on his MacBook Pro, why he won’t be buying an iMac Pro (but would like to), and how the iPad Pro factors into his mobile computing. Comparisons to the past and looking to the future are part of this in-depth discussion.

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      MacVoices #17152: Briefing - Five Things About The OWC Thunderbolt 3 Dock


      Other World Computing has a new way to expand and adapt the ports on your new Macs! The OWC Thunderbolt 3 Dock brings a total of 13 ports to the party, all connected through one Thunderbolt port on your MacBook Pro or new iMac. Chuck tells you what you need to know.

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      MacVoices #17151: Road to Macstock - Bryan Chaffin On Apple's Changing Times


      On the  Road to Macstock, Bryan Chaffin of The Mac Observer gives us a taste of the kind of timely analysis of events that he will deliver to the audience in Woodstock IL in July. This time, Bryan provides his thoughts on Project Titan, Apple’s automotive project, and what Tim Cook’s comments really mean. Bryan has a reputation for strong opinions, and this conversation is no exception.

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      MacVoices #17150: AltConf - Anna Crook Talks About Her First Experience as a Conference Organizer


      At AltConf in San Jose, Anna Crook had her first experience as a conference organizer, and gives us a look at how AltConf comes together, and what it takes to put on an all-volunteer conference that doesn’t’ charge to attend, and is growling and evolving. Anna is also a freelance project manager, and talks about how those skills, along with her enthusiasm, serves her in all her efforts.

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      MacVoices #17149: AltConf - Oleg Krupnov Explains How DaisyDisk Helps Manage Your Hard Drive Space


      At AltConf in San Jose, Oleg Krupnov, a developer for DaisyDisk, talks about the origins of the app that helps you manage your hard drive space usage, and does it in an attractive, efficient fashion. Oleg explains the difference between DaisyDisk and some of the automatic space-saving applications, and why some things really need to be done by the user to be most effective.

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      MacVoices #17148: AltConf - Ken Case and Sal Soghoian Discuss Omni Automation


      At AltConf in San Jose, Omni Group CEO Ken Case and automation guru Sal Soghoian introduce Omni Automation, an initiative expands automation support for Omni Group apps. That means that you will be able to have automation capabilities that cross between macOS and iOS. Sal gives some examples of what this can accomplish, and Ken explains how it builds on Apple’s JavaScript core to deliver even better performance.

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      MacVoices #17147: AltConf - Josh Brown of Softorino Profiles WALTR2 and Softorino YouTube Converter 2


      At AltConf in San Jose, we catch up with Softorino Marketing Director Josh Brown to review the current state of video conversion utility WALTR 2 and Softorino YouTube Converter 2. WALTR 2 makes it simple to convert virtually any video format for use on your iOS device, and Softorino YouTube Converter is a fully featured media downloader that gives you full control over YouTube downloads. Josh discusses the capabilities of both.

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      MacVoices #17146: AltConf - Ragav Mangrola and Garric Nahapetian on the Swift Coding/Developer Experience


      At AltConf in San Jose, new developer Ragav Mangrola and Garric Nahapetian, host of the Swift Coding Podcast and an iOS developer for Farmers Insurance, talk about their enthusiasm for Swift and how it impacts both their personal and professional lives. Ragav talks about he used an idea for a simple app as his introduction to coding, and Garric discusses the aspects of the developer community that his podcast covers.

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      MacVoices #17145: AltConf - Paul Kafasis of Rogue Amoeba on the New WWDC Ecosystem and Apple Announcement


      At AltConf in San Jose, we had a far-reaching conversation with Rogue Amoeba CEO and Owner Paul Kafasis to assess the success of Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) and the ecosystem that surrounds it with this year’s move to San Jose. Paul also provides some thoughts on the keynote announcements, including Apple’s evolution in a communication-saturated world, the HomePod, and the App Store redesign.

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