The Mac Observer's Jeff Gamet paid a visit to The Committed tech podcast this week, and Mac Geek Gab co-host Dave Hamilton is paying a visit to the Princeton Mac User Group next week. Check them both out because you can't ever get enough mobile tech talk.
Jeff joined Ian Schray, Rob Griffiths, and Tyler Poage to talk about mobile computing and the idea of being able to work from anywhere. They discussed what gear they carry and why, how they deal with the limitations mobile computing brings to their workflows, what Jeff carries with him following the Colorado floods, and more.
Dave is also talking about mobile computing when he visits the Princeton MUG next Tuesday. Dave will be sharing his insights into using cloud services to access your files on the go, syncing data, remotely controlling your Mac, and more.
The Princeton MUG starts at 7:30PM on Tuesday, October 8, at the Princeton Theological Seminary in Princeton, New Jersey. You can find the meeting in Stuart Hall, Room 6. Details and directions to the meeting are available at the user group website.
Also, John Martellaro, Senior Editor for Analysis & Reviews at The Mac Observer will be a guest on The Tech Night Owl LIVE with Gene Steinberg, Saturday night, October 5th on GCN Radio. On the agenda is why iOS 7's Frequent Locations feature is a turn-off, the need for an iPad with a larger display, perhaps 12 or 13 inches, why he prefers to rent movies from iTunes and nowhere else, and the foolishness of Microsoft's decision to be late to the party with tablets.