MacVoices Video

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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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 13m. Bisher sind 1330 Folge(n) erschienen. Jeden Tag erscheint eine Folge dieses Podcasts
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episode 149: MacVoices #20149: How Lockdown Will Affect Tech In Business Going Forward (1)


Lockdown has brought lots of changes to the way businesses conduct their operations. Some of those changes will be long-standing if not permanent. In a wide-ranging discussion, Mark Fuccio, Barry Fulk, Mike T. Rose, and host Chuck Joiner cover their personal experiences and observations on topics such as business travel, hardware capability and availability, face-to-face interactions, more paperless-ness, digital signatures, and more...


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   34m
 
 

episode 148: MacVoices #20148: Joe Kissell Takes Control of Apple Mail For The Fifth Time (2)


The second part of our discussion with Joe Kissell, the author of Take Control of Apple Mail,5th edition focuses on how Joe extends the capabilities of the program by using third party utilities, some of the necessary but annoying security interruptions imposed on Mail, and why email (and other technical aspects of macOS, iOS, and iPadOS) still represents challenges to less technical users. This edition of MacVoices is supported by MacPaw, the makers of CleanMyMac X. Your Mac. Good as new...


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   29m
 
 

episode 147: MacVoices #20147: Joe Kissell Takes Control of Apple Mail For The Fifth Time (1)


Joe Kissell has updated Take Control of Apple Mail to the 5th edition. In the first part of our discussion, Joe outlines some of the nastier bugs in Apple Mail, including one that can lose data, explains why you may want to avoid column view, and why recovering a specific message from your backups can be a challenge. He discusses the evolution of the program, and why it is both powerful and frustrating. This edition of MacVoices is supported by MacPaw, the makers of CleanMyMac X. Your Mac...


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episode 146: MacVoices #20146: Derrick Story Guides You Through Digitizing Your Family Memories


Like most of us years, and maybe even decades, of your family photos are in the proverbial shoe box under a bed somewhere. Derrick Story has a new course, Digitizing Family Memories, that will help you through the process of converting them to digital format, from selecting hardware to the scanning process, and metadata entry, to long-term storage...


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   41m
 
 

episode 145: MacVoices #20145: Jeff Carlson Explains macOS Snapshots and How To Use Them (2)


Jeff Carlson continues his discussion of the snapshot feature in macOS, explaining why disk Utility takes longer because of snapshots and why it is worth it, how to delete snapshots and why you shouldn’t, and more information to help you understand and use snapshots to your advantage. This edition of MacVoices is supported by Linode, high performance cloud hosting and virtual servers for everyone. To take $20 off your first order, visit Linode.com/macvoices...


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   34m
 
 

episode 144: MacVoices #20144: Jeff Carlson Explains macOS Snapshots and How To Use Them (1)


Jeff Carlson draws on information from his Take Contol of Your Digital Storage to help us understand macOS snapshots. A function of recent version of macOS, snapshots facilitate backups and data recovery in a way that is similar to, but different from, Time Machine. In the first part of the discussion, Jeff and Chuck develop an unusual analogy to help you understand how snapshots work, how they fit in with Time Machine, and where to find them on your Mac...


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   25m
 
 

episode 143: MacVoices #20143: Bryan Chaffin Discusses His Satisfaction Level With Apple's Release Schedules (2)


Part 2 of our discussion with Bryan Chaffin of The Mac Observer starts with reading in bed with the iPad and ends with Apple TV+. In between we cover laptop use, Apple TV (the device), voice control expectations, Apple Pay, Apple Card, and why you should watch the season finale of The Blacklist. This edition of MacVoices is supported by Linode, high performance cloud hosting and virtual servers for everyone. To take $20 off your first order, visit Linode.com/macvoices...


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   34m
 
 

episode 142: MacVoices #20142: Bryan Chaffin Discusses His Satisfaction Level With Apple's Release Schedules (1)


Bryan Chaffin of The Mac Observer has had some issues with Apple’s product release schedules in the past. He weighs in on how things have been going in recent months, both before and during the COVID-19 lockdown. Bryan also begins an evaluation of Apple’s products that continues in the second half of our discussion, and reveals why beaver makes for a better cowboy hat. This edition of MacVoices is supported by Linode, high performance cloud hosting and virtual servers for everyone...


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   33m
 
 

episode 141: MacVoices #20141: Rosemary Orchard Takes Over WhenWorks And Talks OmniFocus


Rosemary Orchard returns to talk about her most recent project: taking over WhenWorks, the service that helps you schedule your appointments with others at times of mutual convenience without revealing your entire calendar. Rosemary explains how she came to WhenWorks, why she didn’t want to see it go away, some of the things under development...


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episode 140: MacVoices #20140: Winston Chen Discusses Voice Dream, The eBook Reader That Does It All (Part 2)


In Part 2 of our discussion with Winston Chen, the Founder and iOS Developer for Voice Dream ,we get into some of the details of the app, including formats supported, ebook DRM, sources of ebooks, and an exception in copyright law for visually challenged individuals...


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