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 450: Don’t Play Ding Dong Ditch on an Airplane 10:50 PM, May. 20th, 2013
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Dave’s back in his normal studio (after a stunning success with the mobile setup last week, we might add!), and he and John get right to it. Obviously Mountain Lion gets its fair share of attention this week, but other stuff is happening, too, and your geeks answer ALL of your questions. Download and enjoy today!
John and Dave have a great show this week, answering questions about setting Mail’s default sending account, enabling Photo Stream without a computer in the mix, understanding why OS X manages your Address Book the way it does, diagnosing both sleep issues AND runaway process issues, and much, much more. Plus, there’s another timely summer, lightning-related discussion thrown in, as well. Don’t miss this one, folks! Download and enjoy today.
Dave Hamilton and John F. Braun are back, and this show’s totally action-packed. Great tips, awesome listener questions, and good stuff. Always remember you can listen to the live stream while the show is being recorded (follow @MacGeekGab on twitter or Facebook to find out when it’s happening). Download today… and enjoy!
John and Dave kick off July’s first Premium show with a bang. Some great stuff in here, including a good discussion about iTunes Match and working through some of its difficulties. More is covered, of course. Download today and enjoy!
John and Dave are back for the second Sunday night in a row. If you missed the Mac Geek Gab Live Stream, don’t fret — they recorded everything (well, they recorded the show… pre-show and post-show are only done live!), and you can hear it right here and now. Some great discussions including moving iTunes from Windows to Mac, booting your Mac from an external SSD long-term, making sure Mail deletes from Gmail, and lots more. Download today (it’s free!) and enjoy.
John and Dave are in their old haunt, the Sunday night podcast slot, with Mac Geek Gab 404. Topics include copying Boot Camp to a new drive, a good discussion on backups, deleting iPhoto photos, setting WiFi channels and much, much more. Download today and listen … it’s free!
John and Dave are back in their respective studios and are here to deliver June’s second Premium episode. Topics include moving your mailboxes to IMAP, recovering your MobileMe photo galleries before it’s too late, syncing your Stickies across multiple Macs, monitoring your bandwidth and much, much more. Check it out today. Join Mac Geek Gab Premium today and enjoy!
Today marks seven years of Mac Geek Gab episodes being produced, and John and Dave synced up to do this show while Dave was on the road in San Francisco. Staying true to their roots, the majority of today’s show found your two favorite geeks answering your question, sharing your tips and helping you solve your Mac and iOS problems. With some additional conversation about WWDC announcements peppered in to round out the episode, this one’s a keeper! Download today and enjoy.
For this week’s Premium Mac Geek Gab, Dave and John advise listeners on how to deal with AppleCare when you have a liquid spill, they discuss the differences between Smart and regular (i.e. non-Smart) mailboxes in Mail.app, and they answer the mystery of the strange [Imap] tag that gets prepended to some labels on Gmail. Drobo comes up again, and then listener tips help round out the show. Learn about iCloud Mail rules, why Keynote packages are really zipped, and does Lion manage RAM differently when you have an SSD? Your two favorite geeks discuss all this and more! Subscribe…