Looking for a different Macintosh and iPod podcast that won’t talk over your head? Hosted by Guy and GazMaz, we interview both the well-know, such as Apple CEO Gil Amelio and Microsoft, and interesting Mac people you may never have heard of. We hold many contests, giving away items such as Adobe CS4, Microsoft Office 2008, iPod gear, iPhone gear, and a ton more. We accept voice feedback at email@example.com so you can be a part of the show. This podcast started in December 2004, and continues to grow each month. Join us! Updated weekly.
MyMac Podcast 858: So, what's left?
With fall about to drop in about a month, a lot people begin to focus of new iPhones. However with the transition away from Intel for the Macs, it has been a very chaotic kind of year not even including a global pandemic. The M1 Macs have been pretty good, but there’s lots of room for improvement with the Macs that haven’t gotten out of the labs yet.
MyMac Podcast 857: Monterey Musings (part 2)
We talked about some of the new features coming up for macOS Monterey last week and said we'd talk some more about it this week...which is what we're going to do. So that shouldn't be all that surprising.
MyMac Podcast 856: Monterey Musings (part 1)
The first public beta for macOS Monterey is now out and SO many people are talking about, so we thought we might too! Because we’re all about getting out the information our listeners demand! Oooor…we just like jumping on any bandwagon that we can. There’ll be more on this next week for the bits we didn’t get to this time.
MyMac Podcast 855: Monopoly
Lots of talk from Capital Hill in regards to those naughty big tech companies. Congress wants them to play by the same rules as the average person as if the average person could create a big tech company…or that they could either. Oddly enough, Apple is probably in less of a fix as the other four, by these bills definition.
MyMac Podcast 854: No Place like Home(Kit)
There are several standards in regards to home automation. Reaching back into the Jurassic age there was X-10 which made it possible to connect several devices to a home security monitored (by someone else) system. However it wasn’t very interactive once set up. Coming into the modern age besides Apple’s Homekit there’s Belkin’s Wemo (now discontinued), SmartThings, Ankuoo, D-Link, and TP-Link amongst others.
MyMac Podcast 853: Dun dun DUUUUUUN!
Dub-dub 2021 is now fading away but all the great stuff they revealed is open for review! Like…that thing…where they…did, stuff?
Why should I review my own podcast
Crazy men podcasting ‘nough said
Excellent Apple News and Deep Insightful Commentary ...
... are both available on other podcasts
I’m sure this is a great show...
I don’t listen to this show, but if someone wants to write a review, I’ll happily post one!