Neil Cybart publishes the Above Avalon podcast and website. I have been listening to his podcast now for a few weeks and really enjoy the conent. Above Avalon takes a weekly look into Apple topics ranging from business strategy to product outlooks Let me know what you think of his show. Highly recommended.
Tomorrow the MacOSKen podcast will turn eight years old. The first show was five minutes long and recorded on January 26, 2006. Was Apple even around in 2006? MacOSKen is the first thing I turn on and listen to each and every weekday morning. I want to wish a happy podcast birthday to my friendContinue reading “Happy Podcast Birthday to MacOSKen”
Mavericks’ new Control-Command-Space bar shortcut came up once again during conversation in the TUAW chat room this morning. Once again, I was surprised that this cool little trick isn’t universally known. As a public service announcement, we’d like to continue to spread the word about this delightful shortcut. Get yourself over to any text entryContinue reading “TUAW: This is the most important Mavericks keyboard shortcut you’ll discover all day”
Ken Ray of the MacOSKen podcast has started a new Apple news magazine called EYE Chart available in the App Store: This digital-only publication covers Apple news and technology news, since it’s nearly impossible to cover one without covering the other. Monday through Friday, readers will get financial news, hardware news, software news, retail news,Continue reading “EYE Chart Magazine – Putting Apple and Tech News in Focus”
On the October 13, 2013 episode of the legendary MacCast, Adam Christianson interviews Josh de Lioncourt, a blind Apple products user. Josh is part of the Maccessibility Network which focusses on accessibility of Apple products: Maccessibility is devoted to connecting, compiling, and providing easy access to the best resources for blind, visually impaired, and other disabilityContinue reading “Mac-cessibility Network: All Things Accessibility for Apple Products”
The other day Voker Weber shared his thoughts about BlackBerry and he stated the following: The sentiment. BlackBerry smells of old. People want new. iPhone. Maybe Android. Once people have made up their mind to divorce you, it’s a tough thing to turn around. It’s no longer good enough to be good enough. You haveContinue reading “Fill in the blank”
While trying to access an Apple Keynote slide deck from (the now out of beta) iCloud web interface I encountered the following: It looks like I will need to reconsider how I use this service in the future as many of the slide decks I have are larger than the 100mb limit.
Just received an email from Apple regarding the Apple Developer site outage: