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MacVoices #20217: Glenn Fleishman Takes Full Control of Zoom and Zoom Essentials (1)

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Release Date: 09/21/2020

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The second part of our MacVoices Live! discussion with featured guest Mike T. Rose and the panel of David Ginsburg, Frank Petrie, Mark Fuccio, and Brittany Smith continues with more about the DOJ action against Google and what it means for Apple, whether selecting a search engine is really what users want to do, and how the HomePod compares to Amazon and Google devices. 

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Featured guest Mike T. Rose joined the panel of David Ginsburg, Frank Petrie, Mark Fuccio, Warren Sklar, Brittany Smith, and Joe Russell for the first part of a MacVoices Live! discussion about 5G. Is it a driver of iPhone 12 purchases? Will it live up to the hype? Will it make a difference to you, me, or anyone? We also talk about buying and selling your iPhone vs Apple’s upgrade plan, and start a conversation about the DOJ action against Google. (Part 1)

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MacVoices #20245: iPhone 12 and HomePod mini Analysis with Adam Engst and Apple CIDER (3) show art MacVoices #20245: iPhone 12 and HomePod mini Analysis with Adam Engst and Apple CIDER (3)

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The third and final part of our virtual visit with Adam Engst of TidBITS, and the Apple CIDER user group gets into more questions and answers, with topics ranging from iPhone configurations, Tesla, sci-fi influencing tech design, AirPods vs. AirPods Pro, and why Adam thinks we will see another Apple event before the year is out. (Part 3)

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The second part of our conversation with Adam Engst of TidBITS, and the Apple CIDER user group of New York continued our discussion of 5G, got Adam’s take on MagSafe, and touched on the charger/headphone debate from both the cost and the environmental perspectives. Design changes in the iPhone 12 and more audience questions round out the session. (Part 2)

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We make another Apple User Group virtual visit with Adam Engst of TidBITS, this time to Apple CIDER in New York. Adam and Chuck discuss the Apple product announcements that included the HomePod mini and four different flavors of iPhone 12, and start to examine the importance of the inclusion of 5G. (Part 1)

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In Part 2 of our MacVoices Live! conversation with featured guest  Peter Cohen and the panel of Jeff Gamet, David Ginsburg, and Brittany Smith, we continue to discuss the attacks on Apple about its app store policies, and talk about what it will take for a foldable phone to become popular. One panel member even dares to speculate on exactly what is needed for that to happen. (Part 2 of 2)

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After too long an absence, Peter Cohen joined us for a recent MacVoices Live!, along with Jeff Gamet, Mark Fuccio, David Ginsburg, and Brittany Smith. Peter social media posts are always thought-provoking, even if you don’t agree with his position. He discusses the inspiration for his insights and provides some guidance on what not to do, then dissects the controversy stirred up (or not) by the Coalition for App Fairness. The panel looks at the group’s agenda and intent, and the implications...

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MacVoices #20240: Jean MacDonald, Manton Reese of Micro.Blog and Jonathan Hays of Sunlit (2)) show art MacVoices #20240: Jean MacDonald, Manton Reese of Micro.Blog and Jonathan Hays of Sunlit (2))

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In the second part of our discussion with Manton Reece and Jean MacDonald of Micro.blog and Jonathan Hays of Sunlit, their ability to make creating a podcast presence simple, how hosting works, and why they see it as a place to exercise your audio creativity as part of the Micro.blog. Manton and Jonathan discuss how the service handles your photos when they are uploaded, why it is perfect for sharing, and why it shouldn’t be considered a backup or archive.

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MacVoices #20239: Jean MacDonald, Manton Reese of Micro.Blog and Jonathan Hays of Sunlit (1) show art MacVoices #20239: Jean MacDonald, Manton Reese of Micro.Blog and Jonathan Hays of Sunlit (1)

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Manton Reece and Jean MacDonald of Micro.blog and Jonathan Hays of Sunlit have joined forces to bring photo sharing to the Micro.blog service, and join us to talk about this new enhancement. In Part 1, Manton starts us off by discussing some of the newest features in the latest update to the social media/microblogging platform, and Jean explains why they haven’t had to implement heavy-handed security to keep the service a pleasant one to use. Jonathan then explains how Sunlit integrates with...

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MacVoices #20238: MacVoices Update - 2020-10, and 15 Years of MacVoices show art MacVoices #20238: MacVoices Update - 2020-10, and 15 Years of MacVoices

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In the October 2020 update, Chuck talks about MacVoices Live! and the length of MacVoices shows delivers the Support Report, and  takes a few minutes to comment on the evolution of MacVoices on the fifteenth anniversary of the show.

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<p><strong>Glenn Fleishman</strong> has two new Take Control books to help you get more out of a popular video conferencing service. <a href="https://www.takecontrolbooks.com/zoom-essentials/"><strong>Take Control of Zoom Essentials</strong></a> is a free book and designed to get you up and running with the basics. If you want to take full advantage of all of Zoom’s capabilities, then <strong><a href="https://www.takecontrolbooks.com/zoom/">Take Control of Zoom</a> </strong>is for you. In Part 1 of our discussion, Glenn talks about how Zoom has improved the views for large meetings, co-host modes, and how some new options for Keynote and Powerpoint work even better with Zoom.</p>
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<h3>Show Notes:</h3>
<p><strong>Guests:</strong></p>
<p><strong>Glenn Fleishman</strong> is a Seattle-based technology journalist and two-time winner on Jeopardy. He write largely about where technology crosses with people's lives, as well as exhaustive technology explanations. At Macworld, he authors the<strong> <a href="http://www.macworld.com/column/mac911">Mac 911</a></strong> user-help column. He has contributed to the Economist since 2005, including nearly 400 online blog posts and articles, as well as Fast Company, MIT Technology Review, Boing Boing, TidBITS, Six Colors, and others. You can find him on Twitter as<strong> <a href="http://twitter.com/glennf">@glennf</a></strong>, and check out everything else at his<strong> <a href="http://glennf.com">blog</a></strong>. </p>
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