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 118: MacVoices #20118: Michael E. Cohen Explores Apple Interface Mysteries (Part 1)

The latest offering from Take Control Books is a bit unusual for them. Michael E. Cohen explains why he has wanted to write Apple Interface Mysteries for a long time, and why now was the right time. Rather than digging into perform different functions in macOS and iOS, Michael explores the “why” behind the way they work, and how they evolved into what we know as the modern version of this operating systems...


 2020-04-18  34m

episode 379: MacVoices #20117: Mike Potter Discusses Macstock - The 2020 Cancellation and 2021 Plans

Macstock organizer Mike Potter has announced that this year’s event has joined the list of cancellations due to COVID-19, and walks us through the behind-the-scenes factors that went into that decision. A disappointment? Absolutely, but Mike has bigger and better plans for the conference’s return in 2021. He shares some of the details, explains how ticket refunds and carry-over work, and teases a little something special to tide us over. This edition of MacVoices is supported by LinkedIn Jobs...


 2020-04-17  35m

episode 378: MacVoices #20116: FiLMiC and Luma Touch Join Forces to Present the Mobile Creator Summit

Terri Morgan, Co-Founder and Principle Designer for Luma Touch, and FiLMic Founder and CEO Neill Barham have put together the Mobile Creators Summit to fill part of the gap left by the cancellation of NAB this year. They join us to talk about the what’s, when’s, and how’s of attending (hint: it is online and free), and the importance of developing one’s mobile video skills at this point in time...


 2020-04-16  38m

episode 377: MacVoices #20115: Mike Schmitz on Goal Setting and Re-Setting During Lockdown

We continue our discussion with Mike Schmitz about being productive during lockdown. In this episode, Mike talks more about the new time blocking course, shares one of his experiences with goal setting and why it convinced him goals can be counter-productive, and explains why this is the perfect time to re-set your thinking about how you approach productivity.   This edition of MacVoices is supported by LinkedIn Jobs. Find the right person for your business today with LinkedIn Jobs...


 2020-04-14  33m

episode 376: MacVoices #20114: Mike Schmitz On Time Blocking and Productivity During Lockdown

Mike Schmitz helps us understand productivity during the lockdown, and why it is OK not to be engaged in productive activities all the time. One of those ways is to use time blocking, and Mike explains how the new course at The Sweet Setup can be used to help you deal with working at home.   This edition of MacVoices is supported by LinkedIn Jobs. Find the right person for your business today with LinkedIn Jobs. Visit to pay what you want and get the first $50 off...


 2020-04-13  32m

episode 375: MacVoices #20113: Charlotte Henry on Apple's Response to COVID-19, and Ten Years of the iPad (Part 2)

The second half of our conversation with Charlotte Henry of The Mac Observer starts off discussing the tenth anniversary of the iPad and ends with workflow discussions. Along the way Charlotte and host Chuck Joiner debate the reasons for a 32 GB iPad, talks about some of Charlotte’s favorite accessories, and her approach to integrating her iPad into her day to day work as a journalist...


 2020-04-11  32m

episode 374: MacVoices #20112: Charlotte Henry on Apple's Response to COVID-19, and Ten Years of the iPad (Part 1)

Charlotte Henry of The Mac Observer examines Apple’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak, not just from the monetary donations side, but also from the resources angle, and why Amazon, the streaming services and others are in the spotlight. Charlotte turns the tables and asks host Chuck Joiner for some of his judgements on Apple’s activities and what they might have been in the past...


 2020-04-11  32m

episode 373: MacVoices #20111: Jeff Carlson On Luminar 4 From a Photographer's Perspective (Part 2)

Jeff Carlson covers more photo editing tips from his latest effort, The Photographer’s Guide to Luminar 4. In the second part of our discussion, we talk about RAW files, whether they come from a DSLR or from your iPhone, and the difference it can make to your final result. Jeff recommends some apps to shoot with, talks about the latest updates to the program, and provides a discount code for MacVoices viewers and listeners...


 2020-04-08  34m

episode 372: MacVoices #20110: Jeff Carlson On Luminar 4 From a Photographer's Perspective (Part 1)

Jeff Carlson is back to discuss photo editing from a different perspective. In his The Photographer's Guide to Luminar 4, we get a look at a new way to enhance our photos. While Luminar has all the usual capabilities, Jeff explains how it uses slider controls to simplify what, in other programs, might take multiple difficult and time-consuming steps. In Luminar 4, AI isn’t just a buzzword, but is integrated to improve your experience and results...


 2020-04-07  35m

episode 371: MacVoices #20109: Shelly Brisbin Discusses The Latest in Accessibility and Her Book, iOS Access for All (2)

In second part of our discussion with iOS Access for All author Shelly Brisbin, she talks about how iOS and macOS  compares to other platforms, who’s making progress in the accessibility area, and how they are doing it. Shelly also explains what she would recommend to first-time buyers of accessibility tech, how to choose, and what she would like to see Apple to continue their progress in this area...


 2020-04-06  33m