August 25, 2013


Mac Roundtable 2013.08.25 Episode #218

Filed under: Podcast — take2 @ 9:16 pm

Allison Sheridan – NosillaCast Mac Podcast
Bart Busschots – – coming in September – Let’s Talk Photography & Let’s Talk Apple podcasts at
Steve Stanger –
John F Braun –
Chuck Joiner – Chuck Joiner –,


Cinematic new ad for the new Mac Pro –

Balmer calls it a day
– LOLed when the stock shot up on the news :) < --Wonder if he had the last laugh tho - how much money did he MAKE by quitting because of stock valuation? - Paul Thurrott and Mary Jo Foley on TWiT Breaking news: said everything bad that happened but said we have to look at the good too...but didn't list anything good Secure computing
– Network Traffic – Wireshark
– Log Me In/Back to My Mac
– Encryption – Macs, Time Machine, Backups, External drives, Wifi
– Mail – see NosillaCast #412 ( where Bart explained how to enable S/MIME secure Mail and #432 ( where Bart explained PGP/GPG vs S/MIME

Bart – TotalTerminal (free)
Steve – Readkit($4.99/US)
John – GPGTools – (donationware)
Don’s ScreenCastsOnline free video on GPGTools:
THIS VIDEO (I forgot my phone)
Al – Mobi Eye-Fi Card ($50)
Chuck – Logitech UE Mobile Boombox ($90)



  1. Hi.

    Enjoyed the Podcast but amused to hear that “CF Cards are obsolete”

    I don`t think Nikon & Canon, used by 99% of all Professional photographers (shooting digital), have been told yet!

    Both companies use CF cards in all of their high end Professional cameras. Lexar are continuing to update & improve their CF cards at an impressive rate. I use them exclusively. Their performance is now very impressive!

    I own a Nikon D3s, D800 & D700. All use CF cards although it is fair to point out The D800 uses an SD Card as a backup to The CF card. The very latest Nikon D4 & both the top end Canon`s the EOS 1DC & EOS 1DX use CF Cards exclusively as well.

    SD cards are generally not regarded as user friendly by Pros. I think the size & durability are a couple of the reasons.

    May have been better to just say CF Cards are primarily used in high end DSLr`s.


    Comment by Nick — August 27, 2013 @ 6:10 am

  2. Enjoyed the show. Tried out GPGTools and it works great.

    Comment by John — September 10, 2013 @ 9:16 pm

  3. Great show guys and gals,

    just wondering what happened to Chucks skype connection…
    the reason i ask is that over the years and starting with a very slow or so i though 2000mb provider i actually had better experiences back then then i do now-a-days??
    are you guys expierencing this too or am i still trying to paint things black?

    greetings black jack

    Comment by Jason — November 18, 2013 @ 10:46 am

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