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Grading the Intel Era

Mac Power Users

04:53 min | Last month

Grading the Intel Era

"Today we're going to dive deep a bit on how the MAC ended up on Intel chips and how that went and how it's ending in the near future. Yeah I thought this'll be fine. I'm also a sign that you agreed to the idea. Early. Talk for an hour and half about. Processors like yes let's do it. So yeah a little bit different than a normal episode, but it's not every day that the MAC makes a big transition, those of us who follow the Mac and really care about as a platform. This is big important stuff. So we thought we could take a week and and talk about this here. It could be very soon that we see the first apple silicon Mac Apple said definitely by the end of twenty twenty, and here we are in the middle of October. So it could be anytime I mean they they definitely, GonNa have an iphone announcement soon, and then the question is, are they gonna say oh, by the way, we also have the silicon new apple can Max? ARE THEY GONNA? Wait for another? Announcement for that but but it's happening and I do think that the history of Intel can really kind of give us a good idea of what to expect going forward. Yeah, absolutely. So let's let's Kinda start there with the switch to Intel. So this this took place a lot longer ago than I thought it was everything feels like it's ten years ago was not ten years ago it was fifteen years ago. At WBZ, two thousand and five I've got a bunch of links in the show notes to the stuff. As we talk, you can go find the resources. This is the same keynote that podcast added to itunes which is Wild. The same one account like that. Though kind of feels nice for this episode well, I feel like back then in hindsight, apple was moving a lot faster because. They're bigger company now bigger companies move slower but they were they're crazy stuff like every announcement and this is right in the heyday of. I. Tunes and ipod stuff every time apple got on stage not just WDC. Would they had music events and they had macworld still? I tunes and ipod announcements were always part of the story and anytime you are thinking about announcements on this timer watching videos. It's just ever-present because it was a a huge deal for apple necessarily what got them to the size they were before the iphone launch, and then of course from then to now, it's been a drastic drastic change but the ipod and they were really important in the in this sort of. Really from two thousand and three, a couple of years in maybe two, thousand, eight or nine when it finally started to fade to engage grounded the iphone ipod tunes just like we're on stage we're GonNa talk about the stuff. Yeah I went back and watched the keynote and first of all, I just forgot how comfortable Steve Jobs was as a presenter. He's just. So I I mean the thing that made him good was he was just so comfortable and. It looked like he was just having a conversation with you as anybody who does public speaking can learn a lot from that but. What I thought was interesting was the parody between things he was saying then anything's apple said a few months ago as they announced the apple silicon transition definitely a lot of echoes of this event at Wbz twenty twenty. Down to even some of the same language and as we move into the technology side of it, a lot of the tech is being. Reused or new tech is using old names at least this is. Something that apple definitely leaned on I think this time around and this even wasn't hells I processor switch they went from the sixty eight K series to the power PC series. And we're not really getting into that today that was a relatively rough transition and places. Basically, a lot of the system software HAD TO BE EMULATED FOR AWHILE? Apple's hardware is moving faster than it software than. But they finally got their act together. But at this point, in two, thousand and five, the power PC train had basically just run out of steam and it's it's no. It was no mystery as to why they wanted to do this to said actually been rumored for a little while not as heavily rumored as the apple silicon stuff I think but the apple was also a lot more obvious in this which Intel was because like. Apples at this hiding their own chips. Of course, they WANNA use them for everything. I mean, they were already making apple silicon in all their mobile devices and people could already benchmark them against Matt does just slap that thing in and call today you know. I'm sure it's harder than that I don't mean to be going into it but. You know to slap it in there and move on.

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Adobe MAX! The Creativity Conference

This Week in Photo

04:49 min | 2 months ago

Adobe MAX! The Creativity Conference

"Welcome back to another episode of this week in photo I'm your host Frederik van Johnson Today on the show we're talking to some folks from Adobe about. A little show called Max that they put on from year to year. The lot of people in the creative industry look forward to kind of like Mac, nerds look forward to macworld. The creatives look forward to Max because it's kind of the latest greatest it's coming out of adobe innovations. And just sort of a shot in the arm creativity wise of what's happening in the creative world. Obviously. This year is a little bit different, and Max is a little bit different They're pivoting. These were pivots overused this year but they've they've restructured the conference into some more of a virtual offering and I want to get to the bottom of it. I want to understand is it better? Is it? You know what's better than being full on physical is virtual virtual allow more people to attend a you know, what are we giving up going virtual? So all those things we're going to answer. So Britney miscarrying Katrina ice men. Are, here to talk about the stuff, we're also going to dive into if we have time into some topics around light room in understand light room workflows in that cool stuff. So welcome to the show guys how you doing. Great. Thank you for having eight. Thank you. No. Thank you both for coming on. Monday afternoon I know how busy Mondays are for everybody. So thanks for taking the time to do this. I WanNa have you both introduce yourselves your individual areas of expertise inside the adobe adobe ecosystem, Katrina iceman. We'll start with you what do you what do you and I have known each other you know for a long time I won't go into how long but it's been a long time. I'm happy to see your face in here and I was surprised when I saw that you are attached to adobe also they need her so What do you? What are you doing at Adobe? Well, first, let me say that I started with Photoshop. Before it was released and even when I see with that Beta version of photoshop like I WANNA work with this company that was over thirty years ago. So hang on to your dreams because they do come through and. I know I'm tenacious and. Due to my photographic writing and educational experience. There is a new project that adobe was developing. That's now in light room, and it's all of the room to to`real and the discovery edit files learning an inspiration all in-app that I'm happy to talk about, and that's really what I concentrate on is working with the community to share integration and information. So you're you're I know you're you're official title of over there is the your product manager for engagement and I'm interested to a really happy to see that you're helping with the education side of that because you know as as the interview progresses as we talked about in the Green Room, I want to understand and I want our listeners viewers to understand that ecosystem, the light room classic ecosystem in Mobile, and how that fits into it and what they should be using for what is. As you know as a educator, there's a lot of confusion out there around what tool should I use much much to a to the effect of people even beings suffering from analysis paralysis like, Oh, I should use that year. So I use that I use this deal or whatever. So let's get to the bottom of that to in this interview as we progress, of Brittany, tell us about you and your your expertise over to Dobie. What are you? What's your? What's your area of responsibility? So, I, oversee strategy content and marketing for adobe corporate events, which includes Adobe Max says well as Adobe Summit. So this year has been a very busy year where we're going all in on virtual events, and so I'm very excited to talk more about what we're doing for Max. That's cool. That's cool. So Max. So take us for the folks that may not have heard of adobe Max right what what was adobe Max originally concepted for and who who's target So, Adobe Max is the world's largest creativity conference, and typically it has been three full days of immersive learning and training and inspiration workshops in a variety of other activities in a physical environment. So we traditionally have appealed to creative professional's across all of the various products that adobe focuses on. It's also where we traditionally will announce any of our new releases and our latest innovations.

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State of the iPad

Mac Power Users

09:10 min | 10 months ago

State of the iPad

"The IPAD. This is one of the shows when we put that on the list. I was thinking this is one that is going to be an emotional journey for me because I am a particular fan of the IPAD and it has taken me ups and downs. It's been a very emotional apple product for me But I thought before we got into the details of worthy IPAD is today. I thought it'd be fun to spend a little bit of time. Just kind of talking about how the IPAD came to be and kind of the genesis of the product. I think that helps inform what has happened in. Maybe where it's going and the The the story is I mean the the Walter Isaacson Steve Jobs biography. There's a lot of people that have a lot of problems with that book. But he does a good job documenting some of the apple products and how they came to be one of the interesting stories. He tells them the book is how seems wife? Convinced him to go to dinner with somebody from Microsoft and the guy couldn't stop blathering on about the windows tablet system and Steve got so mad that he went back to apple said. Okay then we can make one to and You know I'm kind of summarizing but that that's really we're apples started thinking about the touch operating system and the very first iphone was not an iphone. It was an IPAD. Even though it probably didn't have that name at the time it was you know what if we had a small screen not iphone screen but like an ipad size screen and we put a touch operating system on it and they started playing with that and very quickly realized that no way to second? This technology is good enough. We could make a phone out of it. They they kind of abandoned or put on the shelf. The tablet plans and went all in on the product. That eventually became the iphone So the the IPAD started before the iphone but didn't get finished until after they kind of got the iphone into the market and was an established product. But from the outside. I can tell you I was very excited about apple making a tablet for very long time. It had been rumored for ever just like the phone hat right if you go back to two thousand five or so people talking about apple's going to do a phone is going to be based on the IPOD and of course they're remorse with click wheel. Yeah boo-boy and there were a lot of rumors about the tablet as well and there were during that time frame. That guy talked about and wrote about wanting it to run MAC software and clear in hindsight. That wasn't where they were ever going to go and didn't make much sense. But the the iphone kind of laying the the way for the IPAD. I think apple did things in the right order. I remember multiple trips for some reason. There's one bridge on the The freeway to the Orange County airport and I would fly up there for macworld every year and for some reason I drive onto that bridge every time and think about is this year. We're going to get the tablet and to this day. I still think about the IPAD traffic bridge. Now your brain makes these connections but and there were all these ways. The thing about like you said is going to be like a Mac that would make sense because a lot of the original windows tablets were windows computers and they had fans and they had they were big and they ran windows computing platform with a pin. So naturally you would think apple would go that direction but as the iphone took root and became bigger. I think a lot a lot of folks thought. Well you know a touch interface. Kind of big iphone is what they're going to do but are they going to do and nobody knew how big the screen size was gonna be. Nobody knew how much they're going to. You know. Keep it just like the iphone versus stray from the IPHONE. Give it a separate operating system and all this stuff was hypothetic- hypothetical and It was great kind of fun figuring out what it would be and speculating about it. Just you know one of the fun things about liking apple stuff sometimes is trying to figure out you know like now. We're talking about what these glasses going to be like. It was the same thing but I think it was more fun. Talking about. The tablet is a tablet. Is something that a lot of people actually wanted. I'm not sure the glasses are is going to be as popular so we had all these thoughts and and I remember one of the thoughts. We thought about was price. If there was a lot of rumors I think including in the Wall Street Journal that this was going to cost nine ninety nine and at the time that you could get a Mac book for I think eleven or twelve ninety nine so phallic yeah. This'll be a little bit less than a laptop and I think I think a lot of people going into the event really thought nine was gonna be it I would. I would have expected that to be the price you know. In in hindsight that was half the price. That was one of the big deal. I mean one of the biggest announcements of the IPAD was the price point. It was four ninety nine. Yeah there's this great bit in the keynote and I'm GonNa put in the notes. I recently rewatch the IPAD. Keynote into like a commentary. Track if you haven't seen that on my youtube channel it'll be available for you and there's this great line that we wanna make our best technology available for everybody and bigger wrong for nine still a lot of money for a lot of people but it is way more attainable. The nine ninety nine and it really made the. I've had seemed like something that anyone could attain for not that much money compared to a laptop which is really cool. I guess I love to technology when it's new. Come come out where you know price. It's pretty accessible. I remember someone telling me that was at the event that at the time they said. How can apple make this for four ninety nine four ninety nine? And how can they sell this and make money off of it and the apple executives appointed Tim Cook in the audience and said because of that guy that's whites for ninety nine and so that was like one of the first time Tim Cook became real prevalent to mind for me in terms of his relationship to what he's doing for apple so it is an interesting product. The other thing that's interesting about the four nine thousand nine price was a lot of us going in wanted more from the IPAD than a big iphone. I mean I did. I mean you wanted a Mac right. You wanted to run keyboard master on your IPAD so That I think that was a fair position. I mean obviously it's not the direction they went what they did was they made a big iphone or maybe even more apt a big ipod touch and it really had the same icon grid. It did not stray the answer the question earlier the original ipad did not stray at all very far from the iphone And I think that four ninety nine price for a lot of us myself included kind of distracted me from the fact that it wasn't as powerful as I would have liked it to have been. There is clear may even to this day right. There's clear. Dna shared between the IPHONE and IPAD in his early days. Yes the interface was redone. They talk a lot about that. And that keynote we went into all of our APPS and crater these new you is to take advantage of the nine point seven screen but the IPAD didn't do anything markedly different than what the iphone could do as terms of functionality. It kind of was a big phone that that changed over time. I think that's pretty different now. But in those early days that was criticism that was often hurled at the IPAD. And it wasn't completely unfounded. However apple did realize that we've got a bigger screen. So what can we do with it? And they spent a significant portion of the the product announcement keynote talking about productivity up specifically. All the I work apps came over and interesting ways I mean I. I would argue to this day. Some of the design paradigm they brought to the IPAD with those original are better than a lot of the third party. Apps to this day in terms of trying to adopt it as will would if we put a spreadsheet on a tablet. You know what would different what would be different. How would we change the input mechanism etcetera? And so so they did try to answer the question with the launch. But you know I I in insight. There was a long ways to go in that introduction Phil Schiller calls numbers the spreadsheet. That's cool and fun to use thing. Okay Okay Phil Schiller but I think it was important that they started with I work. I live came with the IPAD two year later. They were building the case. You can do work on. This is going to good for email and web browsing and looking at your photos but if you need to write a document or you need to work on a presentation which. I still think he didn't on the IPAD is. It's so much fun to use as much fun to put sides together that way they were building. That story at the IPAD was a creation

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How to Find Work-Life Balance in the Creative Industry

The Futur

08:04 min | 11 months ago

How to Find Work-Life Balance in the Creative Industry

"My name is Robert Kennedy and I work as is a freelance creative running my own design studio in Munich. Germany and I specialize in focus on motion design but also do traditional graphic graphic design and do a lot of public speaking and teaching here and there You're also a model from what I can see from welcomes ads. So that's part of your credentials now and fans of the show fans of the show know who you are because they've seen you on youtube so if your new lesson and you find this conversation to be super interesting and I highly encourage you to go back and watch those two episodes but for everybody else. That's new welcome aboard and on today's episode. We're going to talk a lot about work life balance and how to family family men you and I or people who have families how you manage active career so the way we're GonNa talk about this is we're going to I jump into like what was life like for you. You prior to having kids and having a family like just the the work you the young person who's really driven ambitious. What was that like? What was that life like for you well life before kids was certainly massively different in many ways I was doing the traditional hustle all day every day as much as I can I have I have the fortunate position position to to love my work? You know like just as you in any hopefully most of of creative people love love their work and I don't take this for granted I always thought it's it's it's a privilege to just go in and be excited to create something you and always be challenged to learn a new tool or new technique or try this. Try by that so I was. I was working a lot and I didn't really consider it as work although I found it to be strenuous at times especially during my internship in Hamburg where I essentially went from for example from doing five times a week sports to once in six months and also having to fridge with things not looking so well after a few days or weeks. You know so This was a time of of Late shifts and working really long hours hours than this was during studies. So this carried over after even after I finish my studies and moved to Munich so I was working super late nights. I was always a Late late night person. You know I still have trouble getting off getting getting up in the morning and really get the engine going so was more like okay. Yeah let's let's start work from ten eleven something like this way into the night and and this is where thrived really was no email. No no phone nothing Two and three and the best ideas pop up on this. Try this technique so Yeah I was. I was working really long hours and learned lots doing. I'm doing that and Really appreciate that time a lot. How old how is your way before? Yeah I WANNA share share licenses but how what years is just so everybody. Everybody gets a sense of where we are in history so right now I'm forty I was hang on was fifty. It was twenty five during my internship. I graduated I think I was twenty six or twenty seven graduated from from university so But I started work in free ninety even before studied so I think right after doing my what would the equivalent of high school I think at twenty I started basically To freelance before studying. So this this been on from I'm twenty to thirty five I would say so I will. Oldest is no five years. I was thirty five when he was born so Think for about and now for about fifteen years. The Hustle was pretty intense. I and and a lot of fun too but so different to rain a lot of long nights all right so when you say you're working and being inspired to in the morning what does a typical day like when when you get up when you go to sleep and did you do this five days a week or seven Sunday's week back in the days back in the day back in the day it was it was much more structured. It was was it was. It's funny actually. Because you know when I was younger it was basically like you say the dream of freelancer. You know you know just you know not not giving a damn you know still of course being disciplined and getting getting stuff done and finishing projects on time. Of course this was. This was obvious is an absolute necessity but still Going onto the basketball court playing basketball Coming back late in the afternoon working so it was not really. It was not really a schedule was like going with the flow. And just doing whenever inspiration hits me and So it was mostly flair tried to work five five days a week but for me weekends weren't as holy as they are right now. You know it was. Yeah you know what it was Saturday. Hey someone has a cool idea we can. We can do something with UV lights and fluorescent colors and we can film it enclosed oven ns through that under Saturday. No one's GonNa Bother and it was just you know whenever whenever you want and whenever inspiration in the Mus- hit you when I would at was it sounded like you were just is living in the moment and just leaving to whatever your heart and passion took you and I think that's a really cool and special period in your life and of course all things exchange but before we get there so I'm getting this now. Whatever you felt inspired to do you did if you wanted to play basketball you would if you wanted to stay up to four in the morning working on some new technique make you would do that? And you didn't have to feel guilty or anything else because it was just about you and your personal and professional development right correct now okay super all right how how how was it for you. Not that different so okay. When I got out of school in Nineteen ninety-five? I started my the company just a few months after graduation. And you know when you start a company. There's a lot of responsibilities and the kind of company has started. I almost had a staff almost from from the jump when I got one and there was more work to do than I could do. Admittedly just reached out to people and started to bring them in. It wasn't fulltime but it was fulltime freelance people working for me kind of early on that meant that the hustle game was really strong. I do want to tell you this because eventually couple of years after I did get married and I was working With my friend and my girlfriend and she became my wife but for those I think five of years I didn't take any holidays. There was no vacation it was just work all the time. If I wasn't working on a project I was either reading or developing myself itself as a person so there was a lot of things I needed to learn about. Motion Design about titled Design About Even Hotter Structure a company and the technical aspects suspects like back in the day because it's a nineteen ninety five when we were able to connect to computers together and share a printer and my mind was blown. All talk doesn't and even either net or just up and so that was my life just spending time reading macworld magazine just thumbing through things and seeing all I need router. That's that's what a router does so our own. It person delivery boy. I was the designer the art director every role that had to be fulfilled. I did them all all. So we're talking about some serious nights. And just like ECO. You said there were nights when I was literally tending the rendering because it took so long to render back in the day computers were not fast enough and I would just wake up a couple hours. Check the rendering and fall asleep on the floor next to my computer it was pretty rough and that that was the hustle grind

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The State of the iPhone

Mac Power Users

07:53 min | 11 months ago

The State of the iPhone

"Let's talk about the various apple platforms and we're we're GONNA do these state of a platform shows. We're going to separate them out by several months. We're not gonNA just like dumped them all on you at once but you know we want to talk about the iphone Mac. The I pat probably online services is a separate one but we just want to kind of talk about where apple's been and where we're going and kind of Grade them a little bit. I guess on how they're doing on these various platforms and today's the first one of those. Yeah I'd I'd love this idea because it's nice to sort of check in and see where where things are and kind of as a moment in time and what's what's kind of wild and thinking about this because we've been talking about all these episodes sort of as a block given that we're going to split them up over time just really. How mature some many of apple's products and platforms really have become an even something? Newer newer of doing air quotes like the Apple. Watch or the IPAD. They've got several years under their belt. Now you know the Apple Watch has been around for five years. The IPAD is coming up on ten and his mind blowing so it feels like a really good season to start this off. Yeah agree and you know. And the reason we're starting with the iphone is because the iphone is largely the big it is the biggest product that apple makes. It is driving the bus. I spent a few minutes on Google. And the first. There's three quarters of two thousand nineteen. We don't have the twenty twenty results yet but I'm sorry the fourth quarter results yet but the first three quarters the iphone sold thirty one billion dollars by by phone. It is fifty three and a half percent of apple's business. So it's over half of Apple's business. Although that number's going down it used to be even a higher percentage which of Apple's business and actually that's a good thing I feel like for those years that it was the rocket ship and it was almost all of apple's business. They spent all all their attention on the IPHONE and Mac and some of these other devices suffered and now. That's not true so they've got to pay attention to everything. Yeah I I have been totally fine with balanced being restored to the four syllable bit here. Do you WanNa talk about Star Wars. The iphone today. Sorry sorry sermon. Stay on target. And you can't talk like that. I'm sorry I'm sorry dangled in front of you all right. We should do something like that. I don't know when but we should just I like that Anyway Apple still very much. The IPHONE company and That's the big product. So that's the first state of a showy wanted to I do I don't know about you but for me. The iphone really was a mind bender when it showed up. I remember I. Don't I've said this on the show before I don't remember the the guy's name but there was a guy. He had a black turtleneck and pair of glasses and he did a bunch of introductory videos of the iphone that got released a couple days before the original iphone got released. At least you remember those I do. Yeah I mean they were apple videos there on apple's website And because I was thinking oh I don't have six hundred dollars to spend on the phone and watch those videos and it sunk in me. I was completely hooked. I think I've told the story before but deering thing. I was a apple retail employees. At the time the original iphone came out and was announced and I was actually on vacation during that macworld. Keynote visiting family in rural North Carolina and Virginia. So the I of course. There's obviously before the iphone so I didn't know what was going on until I got back like my aunt's house and she had dial up and like I check my email and had email from a friend of mine at the store just basically like holy cow. Can you believe this and I remember like on. My guess would have been a powerbook at the time. Trying to load like the apple dot com slash iphone webpages which like full of graphics. I remember they were black. Lack look really cool and it totally blew my mind and this is used a newton for a long time and used a palm trae. Oh that was actually my current phone. Be Right before the iphone so I was sort of hipped the idea of of a smartphone or something that you carried with you. An ultra portable. We'll device but that first iphone seemed like it just like it came from the future and just had landed here in the president of a sudden. Yeah well I I mean me. I don't WanNA dwell on the past too much but at the time I had a a palm tree. Oh Yeah No. It wasn't that was the one they're back then but I had totally turned it into to a Mac. I had like downloaded apple icons and I had basically hacked the thing to death so it was like a MC- you know. The it looked like a AH Macintosh if you look at the screen you know it was great and so I was. You know I was interested but it was expensive than than I saw those videos and then I was sunk and and that was the start of a beautiful relationship. But you're not the beginning apple really. It changed the world in terms of phones. Nobody headphones and touchscreens. And nobody headphones with an actual working browser. I mean. I don't know if you remember. But the palm treo browser was It was terrible. I'm going to say a word. But they would get us. We'd lose our CLEANTECH. It was real bad it was it was it was I think. Jobs calls in a keynote like the baby internet. It was not good. I remember you go to a website and I see a couple of words like usually the links would show up but just as plain text and it was just like it was it was terrible but You know in fairness Internet was a lot slower in the radios or slower and all that but it was it was terrible and so apple comes out with this phone. I remember reading a little later about a meeting at blackberry. Act Berry where they had. The iphone brought it into a board meeting and somebody threw it on the table and said this isn't real there. They you know like they didn't even believe it was possible. Both which is why they lost but anyways so apple made this phone and they had this huge lead over the entire industry but that was is a long time ago and now Google is in there making great operating systems last week. I spent several days with Google phone knowing that we're making the show and just to see what was going on on that side of the fence. I don't I don't go over there too. Often they're very good phones in the operating system is not you know. The dumpster fire was years ago. So how is apple holding up and that's something we want to talk about today. Yeah it's amazing that in the period media time since then that it has become not only completely normal to have something like an iphone I keep current android phone Having something like that with you but just it. It is hard to overstate how much the world has changed because of these devices like I don't thank you can't overstate it. Because it has created entire industries it has equipped people to do things that weren't possible before it's it's really in the in the world. There's few things that hold that sort of power I think over culture yet. It's created industries and has destroyed them as well and in the You know and I feel like I'm an enabler on this technology but at the same time if you listen to the focus podcast. I'm really aware of the attention. Deficit problems assumes that can result from having the Internet in your pocket and yeah and actively trying to help people not get sucked into that black hole but I mean so it really right. The the iphone changed. Everything I mean. In a lot of ways it may be a more momentous events than the personal computer was. Was You know when we first started getting maximum. PC's and Atari back in the day. I mean I think this is certainly affected a bigger percentage of

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"macworld" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"macworld" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"We finally retired the old Samsung with its four inch Bethel's. Something a little newer in there. A long time. It has been there through three studios that is an ancient TV. So and I think we put this on an arm. I mean, we got really fancy this is a t CO one of those new man, these are, so inexpensive. Oh, man. I know. Yeah. And so and the battles are tiny. So it looks like you're, you know, bigger people are saying, but this is radio, I know, but I wanna see him. We do a video stream for people who are like to watch their radio, and in the old days, you know, before TV people would sit and stare at the radio when they were listening to fibber McGee, Molly. So those pictures. Yeah. People gathered around staring at the radio like like there's something to see their. Yeah. Right. Yeah. Right. What do you wanna talk about Scott? Oh, I want to tell you about something new. I'm doing okay. I have recently started contributing to a website called tech hive. Oh, I like tech hive a lot. Yeah. Good good. It's a publication of ide- g publishes MacWorld and PC world. Yeah. Online, and the magazines, although as we all know print print is going away, our friend stays now used to run that. Oh, okay. There you go tech hives an awesome techs site. It is. Yeah. And so it turns out that the the main editor their tech hive is a guy used to work with electronic musician many years ago, and so I hooked up with him. And I'm doing reviews of headphones and little portable bluetooth and wifi. Speakers. Perfect. I'm becoming the gives wiz of little audio junkie. Audio products all junkie are they know? And that's the amazing thing us as you were looking there for those of you who are watching on the livestream. I've got one of my stories there at the top of the page. See about the Piero Piero quiet headphones which are intended to help children preserve their hearing. When a great idea we talked earlier about this a couple of weeks ago. Bow Pinkerton tech you're hearing and kids, especially yeah. Yeah. So these things are actually quite good. They have some isolation. They're on ear headphones not wrap around your ear, but sit on your ear headphones, but they do provide some isolation. They have active noise cancelling, which is more important. And they also limit the output or there's. Are said to limit the output of to no more than eighty five db or eighty five decibels, which many organizations claim is the maximum that you want to be exposed to over an eight hour period. Now, I myself think that that eighty five is still too high. But that's just my opinion in any event these things work amazingly. Well, actually did some measurements. If you scroll down that article, you'll find actually some measurements. I took with the active noise cancelling on and off. And one thing I found about these headphones which was so interesting is that the sound quality actually improved that interesting with the active noise. Cancelling on that's important because I think people think louder means sounds better. Right. Exactly. It's it's very analogous to you you walk into a showroom to buy TV and the brighter ones dry your eyes. And you think oh, that's the one. That's the better one. Yeah. But it's not necessarily the same. It's very analogous, isn't it? Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. Exactly. So I'm I'm having a good time. Finding some interesting products like those or. One. Again, give you a preview something. It hasn't been published yet. I'm doing I did a little bluetooth speaker from a company that I'm bet you've never heard of called Tron smart. No. And I thought I'd seen every bluetooth speaker in the world. This thing is tiny..

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"macworld" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"macworld" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"I used to give them a really hard time about office when we first had the switch over to the Intel chips if it like for a couple years it was like they were asleep at the switch over there. But I remember the old days of MacWorld, how many Microsoft MAC, developers which over MacWorld, and those people they were, you know, Ravid MAC users. Yeah. And that's still the way at the company. So we obviously have you know, we make max off wear office team being being the most significant part, but even the visual studio code team and people who are working on other parts of the company are are working know, we have a very very big Iowa team, you know, for all the different products and services, and so, but I think even before that happened. Yeah. You've had like that contention of the people who worked on those things where like hardcore MAC, developers just happened to work at Microsoft. And in the company is change. A lot since Tina delta over. And and in Apple's changed a lot in in the you know, the world has changed a lot. But I think many people still still see things in like nineteen Ninety-seven terms. And even though it's twenty two years later. It's it's still for better or worse. A lot of companies still kind of fight like their historical images. And so if the one those frequent questions that I have, you know, when I started working at Microsoft, and I started working there in two thousand seventeen the one the the I joke that people would make and everybody thought they were so original they were like are they going to be used a windows phone, and like at that point the it wasn't even actively developed. I don't think it had been officially the war was over. Beneficially announced that it wasn't going forward. But it was it was like not the mission. And and I was like, no, you know. I mean, like, I I wouldn't it's my interview wearing an apple watch and using an iphone, and you know, had my other stuff, and they obviously knew who I was when they interviewed me. And there was no question about that. And even for me when I had my choice of laptop for the first team that I was on. 'cause I I was on a different team, very briefly. And then I moved into the team that I'm in now in cloud advocacy, working on on Azure. They asked me what laptop I wanted. And I was told I could choose a MAC, but I was also given a choice of a surface book, and I felt not like I was forced to take surface book. But I felt like that's the right move. Right. Like that. That's what everybody else will be doing. So just go ahead and take a service book. And then I got there. And I realized that my colleague who. It was kind of my counterpart doing the same job at with a different focus area was using a MAC, and I saw more and more people with max..

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"macworld" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"macworld" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"This of the DT f h has been supported by MAC weld friends. I'm gonna read you. Everything that I'm supposed to read for MacWorld and but I did the ultimate product test of MAC Weldon and I'm going to share it with you. I don't advertise anything on the show that I haven't tried out. So I got some MacWorld and socks. They are very comfortable. They look awesome. And I was wearing around the house, making sure that they didn't rip or I don't know, who knows? You don't know. I don't know. I only if I'm gonna talk about something. If I'm going to recommend something to you guys, I want it to be really nice, and I am a SOX knob. I am a pure devoted to the idea of dumping out your sock drawer from time to time in refilling it with socks. So I got some MacWorld and socks. I'm walking around the house and I, I stepped in a nice watery wet pile of poodle, diarrhea wearing MacWorld and socks and friends. Let me tell you it was a miracle because it didn't go through the sock. It didn't get on my foot. You know, other socks, thin socks week, SOX a week, man sock a week, woman sock, low grade socks, crap. Socks of fools sock. You step in poodle diarrhea and it's gonna go right through the fabric and get get all of your foot. But a MAC, weld and sock is somehow merged together, pure comfort in some kind of iron. I don't know what it is. I don't know how they weave their magical socks. It's like a dungeons and dragons style sock, a sock. This was not normal dog shit. This was my poodle the they've been. They were eating these palm nuts that have actually believe it or not psychoactive qualities. They're very similar to nicotine. So they were getting addicted to these, not nuts, and he'd been eating those nuts and I'd given him like an extra piece of rotisserie chicken and the two combined to create a watery puddle. Just. Demon poodle poop that I stepped on in MAC Walden socks, and I realized my God, if this isn't product testing, I don't know what is it did not penetrate the sock, and I'm gonna tell I'm going to say this and you could make just know this is how important it is to me that the stuff I Yep about on this show is good. I smelled my foot to see if any of the stink had gotten through the sock onto my foot and friends. It had not. It was just my normal foot stink. Certainly not the smell of AAC grid. Betelnut poodle shit. I could not give MAC Weldon a higher recommendation than that. If you can somehow combine comfort with the ability to shield your foot from dog shit, then you have created something mythological. If you ask me, maybe they get these socks by travelling into some other realm. Maybe they're woven with elf hair. I don't know now, here's what they want me to say MacWorld and believes in smart design, premium fabrics and simple shopping. It was easy. I went online, it's easy. You just it's very, very simple shopping experience. MAC Walden will be the most comfortable underwear socks, shirts, undershirts hoodies, and sweatpants that you'll ever wear..

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"macworld" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"macworld" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"Hello, everyone. This is David sparks joined by my pal Katie Floyd. How are you today? Katy? I'm well, David. How are you? Good. We've got to the end of another month and we've got a whole bunch of feedback and other stuff on our minds. So it's time for another plus you ready? I'm Harry ready. I always look forward to these shows, but I want to get an update before we dig in and talk about what's on our mind. And this is probably on your mind. You just got back from MAC stock. So I want to hear about that and hear how things went. Max talk was great. Katy I, I hadn't gone. I'd been hearing about it for years. A bunch of our friends have been going. The whole thing started with berry wanting to do a barbecue in his backyard, and it turned into a conference from there. Everybody excuse my voice. I'm sorry. I am dealing with something right now. I guess hopefully it'll get better as the show goes on. But anyway, so I went to Eleanor for the weekend and it was a really fun trip. It wasn't too long, just long enough. There were some great speakers there. It's a. It's a really nice venue. It's a lot like MacWorld in terms of the people there, but it's also a lot different and it's a lot smaller right than than MacWorld are we talking a couple hundred people or even that I never asked for the total number of people there, but it looked to me like it was under two hundred, whereas MacWorld was like twenty thousand or something like that. It was just crazy. I don't think it was that big, but it was. It was several thousand. No, it was like up in that neighborhood when you add it, you know. Think back to the heyday with those big exposition halls, them all the people going through there. It was massive but the, but anyway, max talk is more intimate, which is nice because everybody gets to know each other. You know, one of the things I noticed when I first walked in the door was there were a bunch of people there that I have not seen since the last MacWorld you know is thinking about like Wally and Wendy Schiller Wenski and some of the other folks kind of in the old MacWorld gang. They were all there and that was really great catching up with them. But equally great was I met a whole bunch of new people, many of which were Makarios us listeners. And of course, the first thing they always say is number one, why? Why isn't Katie here when he Katie. So in fact, I it started to make me feel bad about myself after awhile. I gotta tell you kitty, and the second question was, do you have a sticker? And I give away a lot of backfires stickers, so it was fun. Well, that's good. The they have great speakers. Many people that we know were they're speaking and it was just really wonderfully done. But to me the the real thing about it was a social element. All these people that love apple technology getting together for a weekend, like for instance, they they everybody lunch together everyday, which is not something we macaroni and I thought that was great because you could kind of move around the room and get to know people, you know the whole time, I was learning things from people all over really the the world were there, and it was just a lot of fun..

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"macworld" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"macworld" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"So when Amanda meeting taking notes for client about a job, I can also click that in. Have a copy on my hard drive of those notes on top of that, I've gotten kind of into bullet journaling for keeping track of to do lists and things like that. And there's something about just being able to use the same page in in wipe it off that has gotten his got me over the preciousness of a journal that you're filling up in moving stuff around and eventually gonna throw out. That's a work product so it I don't know it. It works with my mind a little bit better, but I use that thing all the time. It kind of reminds me of the the live scribe pens. I don't know if those are still a thing in there still around to. I know David is familiar with them because we used to see those this folks ever MacWorld. But I don't know if that's still a thing. Those are the ones said it would. It would track your writing have like a camera in the pin and you would you would write on these notebooks that had these little teeny dots on them. So the the rocket book you can actually prevent your own pages if you want. Which so like the tally sheet that I sometimes use it conventions of got set up as a rocket book page. So I can just there's just an after the iphone in you scan it, and it goes goes up to wherever you want. It keeps you from losing stuff. And I like it a lot. Let's see. So do that a us looking for the name of it. I use Email archive pro- because I have the same problems with Email that everybody does. But I feel like I need to archive os and it will change an Email archive into pediatrics, which it keeps them searchable, but it lets me get rid of them on, you You know. can delete them from the apple may allow. And then I know I've got a backup of them somewhere. I like that one a lot us name changer because there's a lot of naming conventions they have to keep up in comics when you're giving files is someone else that things that make sense to me don't make sense to them. So you wanna make sure they all look the same east Texas banner a lot too. I've got a bunch of different got some scripts for when you're working on a comic book. You number every word balloon so that the lettera knows that because where it belongs. Yeah, because there's usually some sort of hard copy that's given to the Lederer that, oh, bloom three is going to this person. Balloon four is going to this person. So I have a script that puts those numbers in in keeps going up and up and up. And then resets got a couple for posting things online where you know you've got a image or one of those like eleven capes page. And it will. Once I type in the filename it'll generate the HTML to post it for me. So I like that a lot too. You know what I'm saying you at Tom, you really are a geek, you know. I, I was programming apple to, yes, programming apple, two es. And I still remember basic and I still I, I miss that. That logic part of stuff. So I like I like to do that. Yeah. I mean it. It's really impressive the amount of output you make and now it kind of get a an understanding of how you do at all. I try to stay on top of it..

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"macworld" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"macworld" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"And of course over the years the standards improved so right now with the current standard it's pretty good pretty quick now apple was at the forefront of this they sat on the standards committee for wifi and of course they still have wifi gear you know all their products have wifi radios in them and they work pretty well but we're talking here about this shepherd the routers that kind of thing what happened why did apple lose this product line or give it up you know i've been trained to really wrap my head around that because it seems like such a lost opportunity for apple now back in nineteen ninety nine apple was in a position where if they really wanted to have wireless networking happen they had to make your own base station there's just no way around it because you're going to be able to get something that that you have wireless network except that apple made the original graphitebase station you know they they showed that off at the same macworld where the introduced the original clam shell ibook which was the first computer apple mate that had wifi built and they needed something could have wireless network they made a base station and then they continue to make base stations and that and they made them better and better and more capable over time and it was great that's all i used might my last apple or excuse me before voice switched over to a wifi mesh product i'm using ero now my base station was interport extreme one of the towers i'd been using it for well since two thousand and thirteen and it was awesome and the only reason that i replaced it was because i really wanted to have a a wifi mesh that up and i took my perfectly good a station and went and set it up at someone else's house that they could.

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"macworld" Discussed on The Talk Show

The Talk Show

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"macworld" Discussed on The Talk Show

"Yeah and it appears that doesn't happen anymore i wonder if it still does if you keep a blood in but that was that was a machine where i could buy a new battery member of in yes boy that feels it feels like we're we're far into the future now that it seems old fashioned that you could pop the battery out of your laptop i know but to be honest and the battery in today's macbook pros or mac books would last longer than you know a couple of batteries from definitely yeah it's there's no comparison back in that era it was tough to get you know even four and a half hours on a flight yeah with reasonable you know a reasonable screen brightness well i i remember packing you know backpack to go on a trip or go to an apple event or fly to macworld or whatever and you know have a couple of spare batteries have you know and then the fifteen pound computer and hidden yet backpack full of just to go on a trip now you can just go with a power cord and an mac book or an ipad hey let me guess something while we're talking about batteries and i wanted i didn't put it in the notes by one a desk you i wear my watch more than i had been for a while recently switched around between different watches and i just realized with the series three apple watch which has much better battery life than before i run out of battery on my on our get the warning on my watch more than i used to because i can i can go days without charging it like i'll go to sleep wearing instead of charging it religiously as i go to bed i'll just wear it in bed it's a it's a because it's my favorite watch to wear while i sleep because i can see it in the dark it's if i wake up millan i wanna know what time of this and therefore i.

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"macworld" Discussed on The Talk Show

The Talk Show

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"macworld" Discussed on The Talk Show

"It it really is as as unobtrusive as as as they say just go to the website it's radio silence app dot com and just take a look at a screen shot and you'll see what i mean it looks super modern it is exactly what you would want in a simple almost like if apple built a feature like this into mac os just how nice and simple it is i really really like it it's gotten great reviews as why can't believe i didn't hear about it until now but version two point zero was on macworld best reviewed apps of the year back in two thousand sixteen and it's super cheap it is so ford able it's nine bucks for a single person and it's not tied to a single mac so if you've got like an i mac and a mac book you can install it on both of them you're not cheating the licensed system nine bucks and forty nine dollars for a team license with no hard seat limit suitable for small companies and families whatever you consider a quote unquote team and the developer trust your judgment on that so it's it's really really just a super nice up so anyway the last but not least he offers a thirty day no questions asked money back guarantee so if you go and buy it and spend the nine bucks and within thirty days you'd think that nine bucks wasn't money well spent which i highly doubt i don't know that anybody i don't see why anybody would regret spending nine bucks on this but all you have to do is send him an email and just say hey can i get my money back and with no gimmick or no pushback he'll just give you your money back so go check it out radio silence app dot com it's a fantastic app for the mac i really really love it and so happy to have him as a sponsor it's a great app i'm happy to recommend it.

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"macworld" Discussed on The MacCast

The MacCast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"macworld" Discussed on The MacCast

"Read about one of these on in a macworld article in it's kind of a nasty new variant of this as one of the phone number scams were pops up a window and it says oh you need to call this number right now at in it pretends in it looks like it's from apple they even set up a whole support website that looks like an apple support website and the idea behind the scam is that hey we've scan your back and there's a problem you need to call us at this eight hundred number and it presents in a eight hundred number will the nasty new variant of this that macworld made note of was a version where they triggered the print dialogue to come up and then it has a piece of paper that you would pretend that has the phone number to call in the information so it's not just a pop up window it's actually a the the print at the print cheat comes down and displays that information and what's really annoying about that is it puts you into the cycle where even if he trained cancel the print dialogue it will repot open the prince dialogue in any time you're with the print dialogue you can't get in through the preferences of the setting your sort of locked in out of being able due to do anything inside safari on what's complete good particularly nefarious about this is in this particular case it also changed the home page setting for safari so that if you quit safari and reopen safari again it goes to the same maori are page that triggers this print dialogue so you're infinitely stuck into the sloop ito you may or may not know that typically the big issue with these popups is that when you quit safari and then reopen mac os by default has this new option where it will open all of the windows in the browser tabsi already had open and if it's still on that nefarious website than the pop up comes up again in you're stuck in this loop a trick forgetting past that is you can hold the shift key down when he launcher oath.

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"macworld" Discussed on MacCast - For Mac Geeks, by Mac Geeks

MacCast - For Mac Geeks, by Mac Geeks

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"macworld" Discussed on MacCast - For Mac Geeks, by Mac Geeks

"Read about one of these on in a macworld article in it's kind of a nasty new variant of this as one of the phone number scams were pops up a window and it says oh you need to call this number right now at in it pretends in it looks like it's from apple they even set up a whole support website that looks like an apple support website and the idea behind the scam is that hey we've scan your back and there's a problem you need to call us at this eight hundred number and it presents in a eight hundred number will the nasty new variant of this that macworld made note of was a version where they triggered the print dialogue to come up and then it has a piece of paper that you would pretend that has the phone number to call in the information so it's not just a pop up window it's actually a the the print at the print cheat comes down and displays that information and what's really annoying about that is it puts you into the cycle where even if he trained cancel the print dialogue it will repot open the prince dialogue in any time you're with the print dialogue you can't get in through the preferences of the setting your sort of locked in out of being able due to do anything inside safari on what's complete good particularly nefarious about this is in this particular case it also changed the home page setting for safari so that if you quit safari and reopen safari again it goes to the same maori are page that triggers this print dialogue so you're infinitely stuck into the sloop ito you may or may not know that typically the big issue with these popups is that when you quit safari and then reopen mac os by default has this new option where it will open all of the windows in the browser tabsi already had open and if it's still on that nefarious website than the pop up comes up again in you're stuck in this loop a trick forgetting past that is you can hold the shift key down when he launcher oath.

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"macworld" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"macworld" Discussed on High and Mighty

"Cut open air like blurry i was on tons of pain man we haven't put the other one in yet i love so far mighty foe year lather up bear chasers is your favorite part of the podcast when i do ed's from mak weldon macworld and is not only the only company that wants to advertise on my bob gas they are the only company that are used for my underwear and sox there are underwear fit my weird lower body perfectly their comfortable around the waist they don't fall dover and cut you and a half like most under wears duda other bullshit fact guys these snug these vent well these week water well horta has choir i need to vent my chraj and wave moisture away but look iran hot i'm a big boy these are nowhere are comfortable macworld and makes comfortable cool looking underwear that my what i don't want to get into a to march from my wife really likes the way they look on me the jews your package it an ice way the falcons socccer super short can't see and comfortable and they stay on the of this little thing in the back of the he'll that keeps them on and they are perfect for a little showing little ankles shown some gam's this summer season when you're if you're a fair due to wear shorts all the time need to get good dope underwear and nice short sox give me started on the macworld and sweatpants i wear him every flight i take whatever i don't have time to get into all the magwi products i love produce of a favor go macworld and dot com or yourself some draws sox some sweats use promo code mighty enjoyable percentage off on your man right here on coal fuck boy himself johnny g get your mac weldon zahn send me a picture upclose of your bulge in your amac wealth is actually don't do that or do it then then i couldn't she's nipples because i have no nipples.

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"macworld" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"macworld" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"We tried to avoid it at macworld night kudos to jason cell for that we did end up using it for so we used to do i don't think these are a going concern anymore but we used to have our macworld super guides and some of those were done in manuscripts were done in word at sort of the beginning and that i think eventually laid out in like the indochina or something so you kind of just got thrown into it then yeah i i had done work in word there and i'd done a little bit when i did the book that i talked about last time i was on which a i coauthored with jeff carlson the connected apple family like i had done were that was all in word as homeless word and that wasn't worried okay identified edited another book i was thinking for a second i realized that was different book that i edited and that was for take control and they have their own process and so yeah i so i had spent a little bit of time in word and of course it's kind of impossible to go through life without using microsoft word it also you know i had a passing familiarity with it but i was not certainly not a regular word user so what was your impression now that you're kinda thrown into it with word i will say caveat this by saying that the version of word i was using was in older version of word i wanna say microsoft office two thousand eleven said a thing it was i think the same version of microsoft office that i was using when i was at macworld so certainly not the newest version by any means but he's is the version i had an and microsoft is at least very good at maintaining backwards compatibility so i had no problem i don't know what version my editor was using but we had no problems with compatibility so kudos to microsoft on that at least um.

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"macworld" Discussed on Decrypted

Decrypted

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"macworld" Discussed on Decrypted

"It was exciting sure but project purple still had to get through the keynote address at macworld thousand 2007 when steve jobs walkout on stage and tell the world but apples been up to remember steve had a terrifying reputation in the industry is a perfectionist keynote addresses had to be dramatic an absolutely flawless apple prepares months ahead of its events leaving nothing to chance the company prepares for anything and everything that could go wrong but that doesn't mean there haven't been close calls were coming up to the announcement day in at mosconi and at the time all of the keynotes were staged in this one particular as he gets closer and closer as people start to practice uh with steve for for for the keynote tensions just became a lot higher in argued new you knew there were getting closer by the cowards uh all of his own certain members of her organization which is on a cold apple kale's which some people call see pelts had become major that's in the tech industry fans and media would even wait in line overnight just get a seat inside the event designed to tell you when you can wait in line for the actual prop although laptops use all the cabling production people were there abedi it was like ants have like this huge removes a ghitani room in everyone's kind of sat shouldertoshoulder with laptops but it was that exact same equipment configuration everything was than rep it was packaged up labelled and then replicated on the giant mosconi stage the mosconi center is one of san francisco's giant conference halls it's right in the center of the downtown.

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"macworld" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"macworld" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"With smart design premium fabrics and thus simple shopping experience macworld and underwear is definitely better them what ever you're currently wearing that's right i said it whatever you're currently wearing is not as good as matt weldon in addition to looking great and feeling great our macworld and products are crafted with natural fibres that had built in performance capabilities so they work hard to they even have a line of silver underwear and shirts that are naturally antimicrobials that means they eliminate odor all there and they're shipped right to your door if you don't like your first pair you can keep it and they will still refund you no questions asked i wear macworld and underwear i had macworld and sweatpants i have met weldon shirts i've been i've been actually using macworld them long before they were advertisers on startalk so i'm really happy to be telling you about them because they're the best underwear that i've ever had next my little bottom okay macworld them dot com go there get twenty percent off your first purchase using the promo code playing mac weldon dot com do it sprang science arm guerrier riley end jack nice and this is the physics of the two to france reed visited with a bonus at the end just for you we have got physics professor erich after comeback and unwrap all of the goodies in the 2017 this year's to the front so don't i bought the end stick it all the way through and unwrap that bonus weren't just there for you.

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"macworld" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science

StarTalk Playing with Science

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"macworld" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science

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"macworld" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"macworld" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"They're here by the way if you didn't believe me here's video of the iphone in its first is all the time david pogues video i want to find that did where he uh shows at macworld expo celebrate the iphone i can't find but he shows the iphone in its cylinder it's plexiglass only and what we learned is there were only three or four iphones at the thomas steve's keno none of the work very well of the more to 100 percent yes he had a very very specific roadmap of what he could do and if he deviated that was very likely would crash the second when readying case i won crashed but steve again the master he rehearsed and restores than he got it exactly right the iphone engineers who responsible for different parts of the iphone were sitting in the audience and we now know drinking heavily and each time one of the engineers particular invention the radio or the screen gods shone and the demo worked he would drake and they said by the end of it we were all lotto yeah but they deserved it because they had worked their butts off for a couple of years non stop to create this thing and and still there was a lot of work to do was not a finished product yup january this is a was to something apple has fulfull though they do show stifle foodie before it's actually ready for it but then they come they they come through true i mean apple didn't invent the smartphone and breen made the smartphone necessary.

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"macworld" Discussed on Dude Soup

Dude Soup

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"macworld" Discussed on Dude Soup

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