Tonya Engst discusses the new, third generation iPad in relation to her newly revised Take Control of Your iPad. Not everyone is lucky enough to get one of the latest models, however, so Tonya has take great pains to make sure this edition of her book addresses every iPad owner, whether they are getting a [...]
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Joe Kissell expands his series of Take Control books on the subject of backups with Take Control of CrashPlan Backups. Joe discusses why CrashPlan is his (and host Chuck Joiner’s) off-site backup service of choice, the different levels of backup they offer, and some of the factors you need to consider as you get started. [...]
MacVoicesTV #1285: Photoshop World D.C. – Piqsure Delivers Full Resolution Images On The Web At Amazing Speed and Clarity
In the finale to our coverage of Photoshop World in Washington D.C., we talk to Walter Pollard of Piqsure and Mark Fuccio of Tactics Sells High Tech about Piqsure’s new technology for displaying high resolution images on the web. And when they say “high resolution,” they really mean it. Piqsure has solved the problems of [...]
The MacJury convenes to provide some balanced perspective on Apple’s announcement of a stock dividend and buy back plan…and fails. The discussion starts there, then migrated to who gets credit for Apple’s recent successes, Apple’s offshore cash horde, the Apple TV, the entertainment industry, and more. Providing the less-than fair and balanced commentary are Peter [...]
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Members of The MacJury convened in a late-night session to review their first weekend’s experiences with the third generation iPad. Entered into evidence are opinions on the new Retina display, the upgraded camera, the battery life, and much more. Buying experiences, the demand for the new iPad, and whether it is time for you to [...]
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Just like the rest of us, Ted Landau watch Apple’s announcement of the new iPad with enthusiasm, and that enthusiasm hasn’t waned. While not a major change, Ted discusses why the new Retina display, improved camera and processor are a solid upgrade to the iPad, and the impact it will have on Android and other [...]
The details of Apple’s newest iPad and Apple TV are now official, so we empaneled a MacJury from the TidBITS staff to help us review the announcements and what they mean. The furor over the lack of a name, the impact of the retina display, how people will use the improved camera are all part [...]
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Now that the dust has settled from Macworld | iWorld 2012, The MacJury convened to discuss the successful and not-so-successful exhibitor presences at the show, to give exhibitors at future trade shows some examples of what to do and not to do. From pre-show communications to booth design to business card design, perspective is provided, [...]
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MacVoicesTV #1261: Macworld | iWorld 2012 – Mac, iPad and iPhone Essentials: The Stuff You Gotta Have
At Macworld | iWorld 2012, Ken Ray of Mac OS Ken fame joined Chuck Joiner of MacVoices for a discussion of “Mac, iPad and iPhone Essentials: The Stuff You Gotta Have.” Rather than focus on all the cool new products at the show, Ken and Chuck reviewed some of the hardware and software that they [...]
From the OS X Zone at Macworld | iWorld 2012, Tom McVay discusses the two primary components of Marketcircle‘s offerings to business. Billings Pro is a multi-user time tracking and invoicing solution, and Daylite helps you with managing your projects, team and overall business. With customization options available through a network of partners, Marketcircle can [...]