June 22, 2009


Mac Roundtable 2009.06.22 Episode #65

Filed under: Podcast — take2 @ 5:47 am

This week’s hosts included:
Allison Sheridan of the NosillaCast Podcast hosted at http://podfeet.com
Don McAllister of ScreenCastsOnline from http://screencastsonline.com
Bart Busschots of http://bartb.ie

First up we talked about our now first hand experiences with the iPhone 3.0 software, then we talked about our first hand experiences with the iPhone 3G S.

Allison did a nice little rant about how she bought 2 MacBooks right before WWDC because none of the rumors talked about the MacBooks. Don talked about his 15″ MacBook Pro may be a gem now with the removable battery and the ExpressCard slot.

Bart asked us what 4 things do we keep in our iPhone Doc, and then Don gave us the low down on what you can expect if you ever join one of the MacMania cruises.

Our Software Picks were:
Bart – Mapterture Pro – Geotagging plugin for Aperture from UberMind – http://www.ubermind.com/products/maperturepro.php $39.95

Don’s – TeamViewer http://www.TeamViewer.com

Allison’s Dial Zero on iPhone from http://nextmobileweb.com/



  1. Good discussion learned a few things about the 3.0 upgrade that I was unaware of. One tiny quibble with the way Bart dismissed the recorder as useless. Bart remember that individuals use the Iphone in different ways. For me the recorder was the most useful enhancement of the upgrade. It’s superior to all of the 30 other recorders that were available earlier from the app store. It does not freeze and always emails promptly which is what I need it to do.

    Also thought the short discussion at the end about what apps are displayed in the bottom of the home screen was jawdropping. No phone, no Ipod, for Allison! And one of you included the Clock. Wow. Whatever floats your goat. For me it’s Calendar,phone,contacts,Ipod.

    Comment by Sean — June 23, 2009 @ 3:15 pm

  2. Allison, have you not learned not to buy hardware just before an Apple event?

    Comment by Christo Skelton — July 11, 2009 @ 11:11 am

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