Searching Gmail from the iOS Mail app usually fails, and the guys tackle that for you. Did you know that Keynote files often store extra stuff you don't need? Listen and learn how to get rid of that. Then it's on to a discussion about guest networks on your AirPort base station. Want to learn about modifying the Finder's "Open With" menu. Geeks to the rescue. Join John and Dave as they answer all these issues and more. It's a blast!
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- Apollo 11 (1:20)
- Did the Chinese fake their space walk? (2:40)
- Virgin Galactic (3:20)
- Man on a Mission (3:54)
- Java Native Interface (JNI) (10:12)
- Procedural Programming (10:44)
- Gmail for iOS (16:29)
- Keynote for Mac (20:27)
- Nest Thermostat (24:30)
- AirPort base stations: About the Guest network feature
- Dyn stopped being free
- Synology Dynamic DNS (34:35)
- No-IP Dynamic DNS (37:42)
- Guest Network Not Working Airport Extreme (Apple Support Communities) (38:40)
- AirPort Extreme (48:48)
- AirPort Extreme (Refurb)
- AirPort Extreme (5th Generation) Refurb
- iOS: Safari web settings (58:42)
- Chrome on iOS
- Red Onion (Tor browser for iOS)
- Opera Mini web browser
- Vendor/Ethernet/Bluetooth MAC Address Lookup and Search
- The Mac Geek Gab iPhone app
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