Mac Geek Gab Podcast
Dave Hamilton and John F. Braun come together weekly to discuss things of interest to Mac geeks, yet present them in a way that's both entertaining and informative for the average listener.

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MGG 580: The Magic of Instant On 12:25 PM, Nov. 22nd, 2015

John and Dave take you through managing your media perfectly for your new - and old - Apple TV, including using a NAS to store…

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Podcast Archives

  1. Jul. 8th, 2015 MGG 560: Apple OS Updates, Apple Music & Your Questions Answered

    Apple released a slew of updates last week, and your two favorite geeks talk through all of them, answering your questions along the way. OS X 10.10.4, iOS 8.4, Apple Music, iTunes 12.2... you name it, John F. Braun and Dave Hamilton cover it. They even leave time for your questions to be answered, too!

  2. Jun. 29th, 2015 MGG 559: Connecting Networks Together, Photos on NAS & Upgrade Snapshots

    A simple network is simple, but what happens when you need to do a little more? What are the potential pitfalls of storing Photos and iTunes libraries on your network drive? Want to make snapshots before you upgrade? All of this and more on today's Mac Geek Gab with Dave Hamilton, John F. Braun and Pilot Pete!

  3. Jun. 22nd, 2015 MGG 558: Storage Woes & Disabling iCloud Photo Library

    John and Dave are back from Midwest Mac BBQ and MacStock and have some stories to tell. Then, of course, it's off to answering your questions about living with less storage, iCloud Photo Library (and how to disable it!), how to find old iTunes purchases and more. Enjoy!

  4. Jun. 14th, 2015 MGG 557: A Decade of Mac Geek Gab and Still Answering Your Questions

    Back from WWDC, Dave and John talk through the geekier side of Apple's news and what it means to you. Then they open the mailbag and answer your questions about virtualization, long trash empties, running Automator workflows from email and much, much more!

  5. Jun. 7th, 2015 MGG 556: Blowing Dust and Perma-Verbose Mode

    Recording hours before the WWDC 2015 keynote, John and Dave answer your questions, as per usual! How do you detect and deal with duplicate files? What about a failing hard drive with some important data? What's the right - and wrong - way to clean dust out of your Mac? And have you ever wanted to enable perma-verbose mode? Find out all this and more on today's Mac Geek Gab!

  6. May. 31st, 2015 MGG 555: Triple Nickles on the Geeks

    An iPhone that won't play songs, an SSD that shows mismatched free space, Time Machine that won't backup to another Mac and AppleCare with a cracked iPad. All of this - and more - SOLVED on today's Mac Geek Gab.

  7. May. 24th, 2015 MGG 554: Sleepy Macs Sometimes Go To Work

    Ever have IMAP mail get confused? Ever have your Mac slow to wake up? Ever have your Mac doing something (far too much, in fact) while it's sleeping? All this and more on today's MGG!

  8. May. 19th, 2015 MGG 553: Swiftly Solving Shrinking Storage

    Finding what's using your free space, sorting out multi-monitor setups with Thunderbolt, long-term SSD reliability confusion and adding more USB ports to your Mac are just a few of the topics that Dave and John cover in this week's episode of Mac Geek Gab. Download, press play and enjoy!

  9. May. 10th, 2015 MGG 552: The Mother(‘s Day Version) of All (Mac Geek Gab 2015) Podcast Episodes

    Ever hear of needing to heat your computer just to get the CPU to fire up? How about wanting to disable one of the radios on your AirPort Extreme? Or what about batch changes to Photos in the new app? All this and more on this episode of Mac Geek Gab. Download and enjoy!

  10. May. 3rd, 2015 MGG 551: Syncing Happens More Ways Than One

    It's spring, and that means more time outdoors for a lot of folks, which means we need Wi-Fi. Your geeks talk about various outdoor Wi-Fi solutions, including some long range stuff that won't break the bank! Other questions answered include iCloud Drive vs. Dropbox, iCloud Family Sharing, managing multiple Photos libraries and mixing two channels of audio into one for your web conferences.