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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      episode 66: MacVoices #18066: Briefing - A HomePod Stand To Prevent White Rings


      Chuck offers his take on the HomePod white ring controversy, and a simple, very affordable stand that solves the problem. This edition is supported by MacVoices Magazine, our free magazine on Flipboard that helps you do more with your Apple tech. http://MacVoices.com/Magazine Show Notes: Chuck Joiner is the producer and host of MacVoices. You can catch up with what he's doing on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn. Subscribe to the show: iTunes: - Audio in iTunes - Video in...


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      episode 65: MacVoices #18065: Paul Kafasis of Rogue Amoeba Discusses Their New Farrago Audio Utility, and Apple's HomePod


      Rogue Amoeba has a new audio product, Farrago, that has obvious uses for podcasters, and some not-so-obvious uses for anyone who needs sounds at their command. Paul Kafasis explains how this soundboard app can be used to trigger audio files with just a click for podcasts, live productions and more. Paul gives us a sample, and also covers some of the more unusual use cases users have found for it. Paul also discusses how their Airfoil app can be used with Apple’s new HomePod to give it c...


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      episode 64: MacVoices #18064: The MacJury's First Weekend with the HomePod


      The MacJury panel of Michael E. Cohen, Mark Fuccio, and host Chuck Joiner braved a blizzard of Skype issues to discuss their first weekend with Apple’s new smart speaker, the HomePod. Starting with the first music played and preferred test tracks, the group discusses the HomePod’s sound and design, comparing it with other devices they have and dig deep into the issue of stereo from a mono speaker. Siri’s performance under normal listening conditions, what she can or can’t play for you and ord...


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      episode 63: MacVoices #18063: The Latest Version of the MacVoices Mobile Video Rig


      Chuck was looking to streamline and improve his mobile video rig for CES 2018, and did! In response to many requests (especially from CES attendees and exhibitors!) for information about what it was and how it worked, this walk through takes you from bottom to top, profiling each component, why it was chosen, and how it performed. Additions and changes from previous years include a new light source and a wireless mic option. MacVoices Magazine, our free magazine on Flipboard that helps you...


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      episode 62: MacVoices #18062: Mike Potter Talks About The Upgrades to Macstock 2018


      Mike Potter is gearing up for this year’s Macstock 2018 conference, and gives us a preview of some of the changes and upgrades to this year’s event. A renowned keynote speaker, a new conference structure designed to give attendees more of what they want, at least one new evening activity are among the changes. In an exclusive announcement, Mike tells us about a special film screening that will also be part of the event, and how it came about through a Macstock presenter. This edition of Mac...


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      episode 61: MacVoices #18061: MacVoices Update - 2018-02


      In the February 2018 Update , Chuck wraps up the MacVoices CES coverage by answering a commonly asked question about the show, picking some of his favorites from the interviews recorded in Las Vegas, and provides a Patreon campaign update. Show Notes: Chuck Joiner is the producer and host of MacVoices. You can catch up with what he's doing on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn. Subscribe to the show: iTunes: - Audio in iTunes - Video in iTunes - HD Video in iTunes Subscribe...


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      episode 60: MacVoices #18060: Joe Kissell Updates Books On Passwords and 1Password


      Joe Kissell is back for his first appearance of 2018, and talks about new editions of two of his books that are important to anyone who uses a computer or online device of any kind. In Take Control of Your Passwords, Joe updates his advice on making your passwords as secure as you can, and with Take Control of 1Password, he delves into the latest updates to the password manager he (and host Chuck Joiner) use. For 1Password, new features such as Travel Mode help secure you while crossing...


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      episode 59: MacVoices #18059: CES - PrivacyShield Provides Secure Blocking of Your Amazon Echo Device


      We wrap up our CES coverage from Las Vegas with a visit to the Cone of Silence booth in Eureka Park to talk to Kyle Costello, Marketing, about their PrivacyShield device that provides on-demand privacy from the always-listening mics of the Amazon Alexa devices. By creating an air gap and filling it with white noise, and providing a visual cue for when engaged, you can be secure in having your confidential conversations without Alexa listening. Kyle covers how it works and when you can get...


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      episode 58: MacVoices #18058: CES - CarWink Lets You Signal Other Drivers With Emoji


      In Eureka Park at CES, we look at the Japanese culture-inspired CarWink from Innovart. CEO / Co-Founder Wei Cheng Chou explains the idea of communicating with other drivers via emoji through their combination of smartphone app and hardware device. Wei explains how they believe it can help cut down on road rage, why they don’t let you design your own emoji, and how to use voice control to use it. This edition of MacVoices is sponsored by Smile, the makers of PDFpen and PDFpenPro, PDFpen for i...


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      episode 57: MacVoices #18057: CES - Roader Offers A Wearable Video Camera To Capture and Document Clips From Your Life


      In Eureka Park at CES, Founder and CEO Sjoerd Pitstra of Roader tell us about their “time machine camera” that documents your life and lets you share clips of your choosing on social media. Capturing in both an optimized video and HD formats, the basic clip is 10 seconds forward and 10 seconds back, but you can add more if you wish. This edition of MacVoices is sponsored by Smile, the makers of PDFpen and PDFpenPro, PDFpen for iPad, PDFpen for iPhone, PDFpen Scan+, as well as TextExpander fo...


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