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 177: MacVoices #20177: MacVoices Live - Brittany Smith Looks At Interfaces From a Cognitive Perspective (2)


The second half of our discussion with cognitive scientist Brittany Smith gets a bit more specific on the issue of interfaces with an example of an iPhone home screen that is distracting at best, how Apple tries to help you not create that distraction, why some people jailbreak phone for interface modifications (please don’t do that), and why the options in iOS 14 help address some of that distraction. She also shares some of her preferences and why when it comes to her Mac’s Finder arrangement...


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episode 176: MacVoices #20176: MacVoices Live - Brittany Smith Looks At Interfaces From a Cognitive Perspective (1)


In our most recent MacVoices Live, Brittany Smith gives us a look at the macOS, iOS, and iPadOS interfaces from the perspective of a cognitive neuroscientist. The first part of our conversation delves into what our choices about preferred interface elements and how we organize our workspaces says about us, using host Chuck Joiner as an example. (1) This edition of MacVoices is supported by Raycon, the makers of quality earbuds. Find out more and take 15% off at BuyRaycon.com/MacVoices...


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episode 174: MacVoices #20174: Rachel and Mike Schmitz Discuss Their Intentional Family Podcast (1)


The first part of our conversation with Rachel and Mike Schmitz of The Intentional Family podcast starts with why this new show, what gives them the credibility to talk about it, and their desire to share what has worked for their family. From tech-oriented issues such as screen time and non-tech issues such as family chores, Mike and Rachel discuss some of the methods they have used, how they have modified them as they went along, and why everyone in the family gets a vote…to a point...


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episode 175: MacVoices #20175: Rachel and Mike Schmitz Discuss Their Intentional Family Podcast (2)


In the second part of our discussion with Rachel and Mike Schmitz of The Intentional Family podcast, our guests dig deeper into the idea of “creators not consumers” as a central theme of their efforts, address the issues of living in today’s world, with today’s devices and challenges as opposed to the ones that they grew up with, and why the podcast started with the idea of a book, and how it might still turn into that...


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episode 173: MacVoices #20173: Mike Potter Provides A Final Summary on the Upcoming Virtual Macstock


As we count down the last few days to this year’s Macstock, which will be a virtual event, organizer Mike Potter discusses the details of the presentations and live online sessions. From a list of presenters to the “Macstock Lounge” where attendees can mingle and converse in a unique way, Mike tells us what we need to know...


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episode 172: MacVoices #20172: MacVoices Live - The App Store at 12; Favorite Apps (2)


Mark FuccioDavid GinsburgKelly GuimontWarren Sklarand host Chuck Joiner continue their discussion (debate?) over the Apple App Store, and run through some of their favorite apps and why. Both current and legacy apps are mentioned, and be sure to watch beyond the credits for an outtake...


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episode 171: MacVoices #20171: MacVoices Live - The App Store at 12; Favorite Apps (1)


The Apple App Store just had its 12th anniversary week. How time flies! The panel of Mark Fuccio, David Ginsburg, Kelly Guimont, Warren Sklar, and host Chuck Joiner talk about the development of The App Store, its importance to the Apple ecosystem, and how it drove the utility of the iPhone and iPad. The fees Apple charges developers, for both being a developer as well as distributing the apps, sparks an enthusiastic discussion of transparency and services...


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episode 170: MacVoices #20170: Members of the Macworld All-Star Band Discuss The Creation of Their New Video (2)


The second part of our special MacVoices Live session with Macworld All-Star Band members Bryan Chaffin, Dave Hamilton, Bob LeVitus, and Duane Straub, and production team members Wally Cherwinski and Skylar Hamilton, digs a bit deeper info the audio and video production challenges and techniques that yielded such a fantastic result. Be sure to watch for the outtake after the credits that was not part of the live session, where the group reveals a surprising aspect to their collaboration...


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episode 169: MacVoices #20169: Members of the Macworld All-Star Band Discuss The Creation of Their New Video (1)


In a special MacVoices Live session, Macworld All-Star Band members Bryan Chaffin, Dave Hamilton, Bob LeVitus, and Duane Straub, along with production team members Wally Cherwinski and Skylar Hamilton, talk about their newest project, a lockdown video that featured the entire band, including Chris Breen, Paul Kent and Chuck La Tournous, singing and recoding remotely. Part 1 covers how it started with a message from a fan and how it all came together...


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episode 168: MacVoices #20168: Kyle Foster of Synology On Their Newest Products And NAS Features (2)


Our conversation with Kyle Foster, Marketing Specialist for Synology, wraps up with a discussion of what you can do with their devices besides just using them for storage. One of the strengths of Synology are the built in applications, both first- and third-party applications. Everything from a Plex media server to your own private cloud to a base for your home surveillance cameras is supported, and Kyle uses the latter as an example of why Synology might be for you...


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