TMO To Go Podcast - Mac Geek Gab: Lightning Strikes
by , 1:00 AM EDT, July 18th, 2005
Show notes for TMO To Go: Mac Geek Gab For the week of July 18th, 2005
Podcast Link: TMO To Go: Mac Geek Gab, July 18th, 2005
Back from Macworld, Dave finds lightning struck his home and office network and talks about what to do to make sure this never happens to you. That leads to quite a few tangents where John and Dave explore various topics, including their overall take on Macworld Expo Boston 2005.
- APC Back-UPS ES 650VA - Battery Back-up, surge protection device.
- Vonage - Voice over IP service that connects your telephone to your broadband connection.
- RadTech - Makers of care and cleaning accessories for your Mac desktop or laptop.
- The Graduate
- The Hidden Show: Macworld Conference
- Berklee College of Music
- Apple Profits Soar 425%; Mac Sales up 35%
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