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 531: Dual Networks, Wi-Fi Jitters, Boot Failures & More 12:30 PM, Dec. 15th, 2014

Boot failures abound, system fonts go FUBAR, and Wi-Fi has the jitters. Never fear, John and Dave are here to help and talk through all…

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Podcast Archives

  1. Jun. 17th, 2008 Mac Geek Gab #156: Tips for Parallels, Time Machine, WiFi, Reinstalls and More

    Back from WWDC, Dave and John are in the thick of the action this week, with listener tips, questions, hints, and tricks about all things Mac. Come on in, subscribe (it's free!) and enjoy!

  2. Jun. 9th, 2008 Mac Geek Gab #155: WWDC, Kindle, Screen Sharing, and Windows

    Dave's out at WWDC, John's manning the fort, and they have made the bandwidth stars align to bring you this special edition of the Mac Geek Gab. This week, of course, your two favorite geeks discuss all that happened this morning at WWDC, plus Dave's traveling with a Kindle, so there's that, too. Additional reader questions and tips are provided, rounding out this fantastic episode.

  3. Jun. 2nd, 2008 Mac Geek Gab #154: Signal Strength, Screen Sharing, Drive Cleaning, and IE on Mac

    Answers to your Mac questions and tips and advice from listeners and your two favorite Geeks alike, Mac Geek Gab 154 is in the wild! Topics covered include wireless signal strength, utilities to comb your hard drive clean, running IE on your Mac without Windows, and more.

  4. May. 19th, 2008 Mac Geek Gab #153: Cleaning Your Mac, Listener Tips, and Questions Galore

    John and Dave are fresh back from a virtual trip to Chicago, and now coming to you with tips about cleaning your Mac, listener answers to previous questions, and some new topics for everyone to chew on, including a Geek Challenge!

  5. May. 12th, 2008 Mac Geek Gab #152: Have I Been Hacked?

    Listeners wonder if their Macs have been hacked, and Dave and John talk through the symptoms. After that, it's off to the mailbag which is chock full of tips and questions this week you won't want to miss! Subscribe (it's free!) today.

  6. May. 5th, 2008 Mac Geek Gab #151: Startup Sounds, FileTypes, EQ, and Bits vs. Bytes

    Listener tips shine through this week, with some answers about startup sounds and filetypes. Then your two favorite geeks do their part by answering your questions about equalization settings, Time Machine backups, and bits vs. bytes. Chock full o' goodness, you'll want to subscribe today, it's free!

  7. Apr. 29th, 2008 Mac Geek Gab #150: Random Questions, Cool Stuff Found, and Wacky Problems

    The question queue is overflowing, and John and Dave dive in headfirst with some tough questions about audio, mail, and graphics. Then it's on to some Cool Stuff Found, including an app developed due to an MGG comment! After that, they just can't stop with the wacky questions, and there are a couple of those in today's episode, as well.

  8. Apr. 21st, 2008 Mac Geek Gab #149: Syncing, Phantom Shares, and Other Wacky Problems

    Dave and John share some of your thoughts on the recently-discussed magically-appearing shares theme, then dig into some questions about syncing both with and without .Mac. Then it's time for some of the wackiest questions -- and solutions -- the Mac Geek Gab has ever encountered!

  9. Apr. 7th, 2008 Mac Geek Gab #148: Geeks on a RAM-page, Networking, Time Capsule, and Some Fun

    Your Geeks are back with an action-packed show this week, with discussion topics including Apple Support, RAM and paging, Networking, Time Machine/Capsule, and Dave tells his geeky story about getting 10-year-old Windows hardware to work with his brand new MacBook Pro!

  10. Mar. 31st, 2008 Mac Geek Gab #147: Geek Tales, AirPort Speeds, AirDisk Backups, Programming and Podcast Setup

    Dave and John talk through a few geek issues they encountered during the week. Then they discuss AirPort speeds, AirDisk Backups, how to get started programming and, by popular demand, an update on their podcast setup first detailed in Episode #32.