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Take Control boss Joe Kissell has just updated Take Control of Automating Your Mac to edition 3, to reflect the constantly changing macOS landscape. Joe discusses some of those changes before covering how he makes you comfortable with automatio
In the November 2019 update, Chuck provides an update on the past and future RSS feed changes, discusses two different Flipboard magazines from MacVoices, talks about holiday schedule plans, and delivers the monthly Support Report. Show Notes:
Our third MacVoices holiday Gift Guide show might be the most diverse yet, with selections from hardware to software, from services to training, with entertaining comments and banter to boot from the panel of Norbert Frassa, Frederick Van Johns
Our second Gift Guide show went about as expected - out of control, with lots of laughs and lots of off-beat picks from the small to the extravagant by the panel of Jeff Gamet, Joe Kissell, Jean MacDonald, and host Chuck Joiner. This edition
Do you have elements of your video projects that you use over and over? Chuck shows you how to use Pastebot from Tapbots to create, store, organize, and use those elements to save you time and improve both the speed and quality of your Final Cu
The first of the MacVoices Holiday Gift Guide shows got of to a great start, with what has to be a record number of “steals” by the panel of host Chuck Joiner, David Ginsburg, Mark Fuccio, and Kelly Guimont. And this was just the first show! Gi
We are always talking to Mike Potter about his role as the organizer of Macstock Conference and Expo, and we wanted to change that. Mike provides the details of the  Macstock Cyber Monday Sale before submitting to five questions about the tools
Final Cut Pro X has lots of almost-magic built into it, if you know where to look. In this Briefing, Chuck shows how the Flow dissolve transition is used, and why you might never know it, by showing off some examples using one of the most recen
Thinking of starting a podcast? Chuck talks about some of the choices and decisions you need to make before step-in up to the mic. Using his new show, TrekFavorites, as an example, discussions of items such as titles, logos and artwork, podcast
Andrew Orr of The Mac Observer answers Five Questions that help us get to know him better. Andrew’s questions (and answers) cover the way he covers the news stories for TMO, his thoughts on streaming media services, and Apple’s Arcade gaming se
Looking for a way to record better audio with your iOS device? Chuck provides a short and sweet review of the Rode VideoMic Me-L, a Lightning mic that delivers superior sound in a small package. This edition of MacVoices is supported by Linod
Gregorio Zanon of DigiDNA discusses some of the changes to iPhone and iPad data management that have occurred in macOS and iOS 13, and how their product, iMazing, can help fill in the gaps. Greg explains how Apple’s binary approach to syncing i
Jason Snell helps you get the most out of Apple’s stock photo apps in the new edition of Take Control of Photos. In this discussion, Jason dives into the power of machine learning, what you can and can’t achieve with Photos on which devices, an
Jeff Carlson has updated Take Control of Your Digital Photos, a topic that continues to evolve as the devices are updated and the players change. Jeff covers sharing vs. backups, what his pick is for the best photo editing app, and the issue of
Luke Bissell is a new developer with his first app in the App Store. He joins us to talk about his experience learning iOS development, how he got the idea for and implemented it for Breakdown: Rugby Stats, and why he opted for a subscription m
In the October Update, Chuck clarifies the way Patreon works, covers some upcoming changes to the feeds and the Dispatch, and goes through the monthly Support Report. Show Notes: Chuck Joiner is the producer and host of MacVoices. You can catc
Jeff Gamet of Smile is back in a wide-ranging conversation that runs from Smile’s Catalina preparations to why security settings will get better over time. Along the way are discussions of why private cloud servers are often better for develope
The advent of macOS Catalina brought major changes to the apps that manage and play various types of media. Kirk McElhearn helps us navigate those changes in his new Take Control of macOS Media Apps. iTunes is gone, and in  its place are separa
If you have a later model iPhone, you have the ability to use an eSIM with it, leaving the physical SIM slot open. David Ginsburg of In Touch with iOS is doing this, and answers all the questions about setup, installation, and operation. Find o
Backups are still one of the most important measures you can take to protect your data. Yev Pusin, Director of Marketing for Backblaze, takes us through the features of the new version 7.0 of their online backup service. Find out how you can ex
Joe Kissell has written the new Take Control of DEVONthink, a guide to the massive update of this powerful data management program. Joe discusses some of the new features, how he uses it, and how he approached a program that has so many feature
Neil Ticktin, the organizer of the annual MacTech Conference, has been so busy that we were only able to catch up with him a week before the event, and under some unusual circumstances. Neil talks about the keynote that will set the tone for th
David Sparks tells us why his Shortcuts Field Guide, iOS13 Edition had to be completely re-written because of some of the new and powerful options Apple provided when iOS 13 hit the streets. David talks about some of the new capabilities includ
Is the thought of upgrading to macOS Catalina uncomfortable? Two utilities out there can help ease the preparation process. MacUpdater from CoreCode will help you determine if your installed apps are up to date, and if not, can assist in gettin
In this Briefing, host Chuck Joiner discusses an issue with runaway purgeable space on his MacBook Pro, the conflicting information being obtained through disk utilities, and the happy ending provided by an unlikely hero, DaisyDisk. This edit
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