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Macworld is the world's leading source for information about Apple and the Apple ecosystem. 882887 www,macworld.com email: podcast@macworld.com X: @macworld Threads: @macworld_hq Facebook: Macworld
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This podcast is all about how media, arts, and technology are being used to reach the world. Come experience the international gospel gadget king, as he brings you new and innovative tools for World Missions.
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Sam Downie's Tech:Casts

Sam Downie. For info goto: www.dsoundz.co.uk

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Unique Technology interviews about Apple Computer and it's users. Sam Downie brings 16 years of being a Apple User and 6 years of radio work to the Mac world. If you've heard him before you know what to expect... interviews, commentary, guests. If you haven't heard him, then welcome to Sam's look at all things Apple and Apple related news. Reporting from the UK, the USA and around the world. - Give it a listen!
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Not Enough Time in the Week is the podcast you can turn to when you need a quick, understandable summary of complex happenings in technology and related fields. Veteran tech journalists Christina Bonnington (staff writer, Wired; Category 2 road bike racer) and Glenn Fleishman (contributor, Economist, Boing Boing, Macworld; former typesetter) take apart stuff you simply, well, don't have enough time in the week to learn about but want to understand. Produced by Aperiodical LLC.
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This is the Podcast feed for The State of Digital Publishing. State of Digital Publishing is an online publication covering media technology trends, perspectives, and news for online publishing and media professionals. Join us for talks on individual perspectives and playbooks from industry leaders on the ever-changing landscape and how they strive to create or be apart sustainable audience development and growth.
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Turning This Car Around

Lex Friedman, John Moltz and Jon Armstrong

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America's number one best and favorite podcast about fatherhood hosted by Lex Friedman, John Moltz and Jon Armstrong. Turning This Car Around is a podcast about parenthood from three dads, Lex Friedman, John Moltz and Jon Armstrong. You can follow us collectively on Twitter as @ttcashow Follow us on Tumblr! Lex Friedman is the Chief Revenue Officer at ART19. He is a pretty important guy in the world of podcasting. He's also a writer; he authored humor books like The Snuggie Sutra and The Kid ...
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"Mental Health and Wellness Radio" is PEERS' (Peers Envisioning and Engaging in Recovery Services) engaging public-radio style podcast. The show explores issues surrounding mental health and fun ways to maintain wellness. Host Jenee Darden interviews interesting people from all walks of life. Learn more about PEERS, a mental health advocacy nonprofit based in Oakland, Calif., at www.peersnet.org.
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James and John discuss eBay finds: Apple Computer sales & service sign, Apple Macintosh Portrait Display, and Black Performa 5420. They take a look at a bunch of Marchintosh projects, and news includes Apple II styled FloppyEmu enclosures, RR Auction Apple auctions, an article on the original Macs delivered to Drexel and Making a Macintosh Studio. …
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In this episode, “Media for Movements - Breakthroughs in Indonesia, pt 2”, brother Alan from Indonesia tells us the story of how God led him supernaturally to reach Muslim people groups in his country. Now brother Alan is working alongside a large network of church planting movements among Muslims which has seen nearly one million new believers, mo…
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In this episode, “Media for Movements - Breakthroughs in Indonesia, pt 1”, brother Alan from Indonesia tells us the story of how God led him supernaturally to reach Muslim people groups in his country. Now brother Alan is working alongside a large network of church planting movements among Muslims which has seen nearly one million new believers, mo…
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James and John discuss eBay finds: BYTE Magazine February 1984, inflatable Flying Toaster, NIB Apple StyleWriter. They look back at March 2004 in MacAddict magazine, and news includes It's a Coco! No, It's an Apple II!, a black iPod Hi-Fi, and Marchintosh. Join our Facebook page, follow us on Twitter, watch us on YouTube, and visit us at RetroMacCa…
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In Bolo’s world, players form alliances, pilot tanks and command little green men. Original text by Steve Silberman. GlobalTalk Overview, or how to run AppleTalk over TCP/IP around the world. Gursharan Sidhu quote at the end of this episode: “It worked across very large multi-segment networks… Apple’s own corporate network [for example]. You could …
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David and Donna share their full report after working for a week with Apple’s new AR headset. From controlling the OS with your eyes, to capturing 3D video, to making an avatar that looks uncannily like you, learn the promise and the problems with the Apple Vision Pro. Other topics include the new 15-inch M3 MacBook Air, password management tips, a…
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David and Donna share their full report after working for a week with Apple’s new AR headset. From controlling the OS with your eyes, to capturing 3D video, to making an avatar that looks uncannily like you, learn the promise and the problems with the Apple Vision Pro. Other topics include the new 15-inch M3 MacBook Air, password management tips, a…
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Original text by Henry Bortman. Be’s roller coaster ride from 1990-1998: the 1995 O.J. Simpson trial, Commodore’s Irving Gould, a thirty-mile hike to the sea, headhunting disgruntled Apple employees, and what to do when Apple says you’re not allowed to exhibit at WWDC 1996. Pictures of an AT&T Hobbit BeBox motherboard from ex-Be-er Jean-Baptiste Qu…
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James and John discuss eBay finds: Apple color plotter paper, Macintosh 128k, and Bicycle for the Mind poster. They look at MacintoshPi, a full-screen emulator for Mac OS 7/8/9 for Raspberry Pi, and news includes an article on Jimmy Grewal's Apple collection, Mac Quadra 840av Easter Egg, and the Macintosh Librarian runs Classic Mac OS on the Apple …
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In November 2023, The New York Times achieved the 10 million subscriber target they set in the Digital Publishers Innovation Report in 2014 due to staying true to their editorial values of covering national interest, product bundling, and several acquisitions. What lessons can publishers learn along the way? And is The NYT on track to reach the 15-…
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As publishers, we all know the way to reach an audience is by anticipating demand and getting ahead of its peak by providing timely value. However, do AI-assisted features help aid the user's journey to purchase? Jeremy Fremont and Vahe Arabian explore MacWorld, your source for all things Apple and one of the leading industry news sites. This speci…
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James and John discuss eBay finds: Macintosh Software Team poster, Macintosh Portable backlight upgrade kit, NIB Microsoft Excel, and Macworld #1. They look back at the first issue of Macworld magazine from 1984, and news includes Throwboy's 15th anniversary and how Tim Cook commemorated the 40th anniversary of Macintosh. Join our Facebook page, fo…
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In this episode, “Miraculous Movements among the Sageju People, part 2” brother Salmon from Tanzania tells us the story of how God led him supernaturally to reach the Muslims people groups in his country. But also how the Lord provided him a wife from this same Unreached Muslim people. You don’t want to miss this amazing romantic story! Now Salmon …
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In this special WordPress seven-part teardown series, Jeremy Fremont and Vahe Arabian explore The Harvard Gazette. When Harvard has a $51 billion endowment, one might wonder why Harvard needs to monetize their sites in the first place. The Harvard Gazette doesn’t. Rather, it’s a super-connector of all the microsites and communities that help raise …
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In this special WordPress seven-part teardown series, Jeremy Fremont and Vahe Arabian explore Time.com, which removed its paywall on June 1, 2023. And with this came a clear traffic recovery and an expansion in the publication's positioning and vertical expansion. This special series is sponsored by Multidots. Support the show: https://www.stateofd…
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James and David discuss eBay finds: PowerBook Duo 280c, PowerBook G3 Pismo, PowerBook G4, and iBook G3 Clamshell. David Greelish releases his documentary, Before Macintosh: The Apple Lisa, and news includes the Computer History Museum Insanely Great: The Apple Mac at 40. Join our Facebook page, follow us on Twitter, watch us on YouTube, and visit u…
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Original text by Henry Bortman and Jeff Pittelkau, MacUser, January 1997. How does BeOS measure up to System 7.5, and could it have become the next-generation Mac OS? The authors examine why Copland would not have been the crashproof operating system we had all hoped for. Official BeOS demo video from … I’ll have to guess 1998, the year the x86 por…
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In this special WordPress seven-part teardown series, Jeremy Fremont and Vahe Arabian explore WIRED, a discovery of how technology is changing every aspect of our lives—from culture to business, science to design. This special series is sponsored by Multidots. Support the show: https://www.stateofdigitalpublishing.com/slack-community/ See omnystudi…
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In this special WordPress seven-part teardown series, Jeremy Fremont and Vahe Arabian explore TechCrunch, a tech publication covering the depth of emerging technology for millions of readers. This special series is sponsored by Multidots. Support the show: https://www.stateofdigitalpublishing.com/slack-community/ See omnystudio.com/listener for pri…
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In this special WordPress seven-part teardown series, Jeremy Fremont and Vahe Arabian explore vibe.com - an American music and entertainment magazine founded by producers David Salzman and Quincy Jones. This special series is sponsored by Multidots. Support the show: https://www.stateofdigitalpublishing.com/slack-community/ See omnystudio.com/liste…
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James and John discuss eBay finds: lot of vintage Macs, Macintosh 5 1/4" floppy drive, and Apple Computer jacket. They celebrate their 17 year anniversary of RetroMacCast, and news includes the AirTalk Pro and the AYANEO Retro Mini PC. Join our Facebook page, follow us on Twitter, watch us on YouTube, and visit us at RetroMacCast.…
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In the 208th episode, Editorial Director Sarah Kingsbury joins Donna to share a behind-the-scenes look at our award winners at the 2024 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. From health and fitness gear, to artificial intelligence and robotics, to mixed reality and self-driving cars, get a tour of the latest tech trends with Sarah!…
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In the 208th episode, Editorial Director Sarah Kingsbury joins Donna to share a behind-the-scenes look at our award winners at the 2024 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. From health and fitness gear, to artificial intelligence and robotics, to mixed reality and self-driving cars, get a tour of the latest tech trends with Sarah!…
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Original text by Dave Mark, MacTech, January 1997. Bryan Cantrill on interviewing at Be, Inc. (perhaps with Dominic Giampolo?) and inadvertently buying a VFS architecture at the Be bankruptcy auction. Apple wouldn’t have gone OS shopping if Copland had worked out. CodeWarrior for BeOS was a thing. Naturally, IBM made the most use of their System Ob…
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In this episode, “Miraculous Movements among the Sageju People” brother Salmon from Tanzania tells us the story of how God led him supernaturally to reach the Muslims people groups in his country. Brother Salmon shares how the Lord performed miracles to reach the Sageju people with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Now there is a large movement of house …
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James and John discuss eBay finds: lot of vintage Macs, Macintosh 5 1/4" floppy drive, and Apple Computer jacket. They celebrate their 17 year anniversary of RetroMacCast, and news includes the AirTalk Pro and the AYANEO Retro Mini PC. Join our Facebook page, follow us on Twitter, watch us on YouTube, and visit us at RetroMacCast.…
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In this episode, “Miraculous Movements through Media” brother Salmon from Tanzania tells us the story of how God showed him how to use Media to lead Muslims to Christ in his country. More stories coming of how Salmon and his teams are now creating their own indigenous gospel films to reach the Unreached Peoples of Tanzania. The Lord is moving aroun…
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James and John discuss eBay finds: 1987 Macintosh poster, NIB Macintosh 68000 Development System, Apple mug warmer, and Apple 2 carrying case. They chat with Grant about is Mac27 Collection, and news includes a new Mac t-shirt and AI-generated retro Mac scenes. Join our Facebook page, follow us on Twitter, watch us on YouTube, and visit us at Retro…
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James and John discuss eBay finds: First 10 Yers of Macintosh poster, Apple dealer sign, and Mac IIcx/ci team jacket. They look back at December 2003 in MacAddict magazine, and news includes a signed Steve Jobs check, DOS_deck, and flashing Mac ROMs. Join our Facebook page, follow us on Twitter, watch us on YouTube, and visit us at RetroMacCast.…
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Original text by David Pogue, Macworld December 1994. Watch the CD3 compact disc storage and retrieval box in action. Photos of the salami-like CD3: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. The product lasted into the 2000s and the companion DiscGear website is still up, featuring no less than three CD3-like units on its front page. Decorate your classic Mac desktop: Holida…
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