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MacVoices #13202: The MacJury’s Holiday Gift Guide #2

The second of our MacJury holiday gift panels convened just in time for the big shopping weekend, and deliver some…unique…picks. You’ll be both entertained and informed as the picks fly back and forth between Nancy Gravley, Michael T. Rose, Steve Sande and host Chuck Joiner. This edition of MacVoices is sponsored by Squarespace. Go to Squarespace.com/macvoices and click “enter an offer code” under […]

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MacVoices #13201: The MacJury’s Holiday Gift Guide #1

Need some exciting, new and different gift ideas this holiday season? The MacJury is on the case with a list of gifts that runs the gamut from expensive to affordable, practical to extravagant, and all points in between. The first of our holiday gift guides is presented by the panel of Jeff Gamet, Jean MacDonald, Brett Terpstra and host Chuck […]

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MacVoices #13198: The MacJury On The First Weekend With the iPad Mini with Retina

Even though the new iPad mini with Retina didn’t enjoy a launch event or even a pre-launch announcement, some members of the MacJury were on the case, and got to spend the weekend with the newest iPad. Why they picked the iPad mini over the iPad Air (or didn’t), their buying experience, configuration, uses, cases […]

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MacVoices #13178: A TidBITS MacJury Discusses The iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s

After a long, hard day of journalistic effort, we corralled part of the TidBITS brain trust to analyze Apple’s announcement of the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s. The topics ranged from the art-deco colors of the 5c to the A7 chip that powers the 5s. Along the way, the panel had strong opinions about slo-mo video, the […]

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Peter Cohen, Dori Smith, Brett Terpstra, Chuck Joiner

MacVoices #1399: The MacJury Examines Mailbox, RSS and Google Reader, and Kevin Lynch’s Move to Apple

The most recent MacJury debated the utilities of the Mailbox app mailbox and discussed the usefulness and longevity of RSS, especially as it relates to the soon-to-be gone Google Reader. Online identities, SEO and Kevin Lynch’s move from Adobe to Apple were part of the deliberations with Peter Cohen, Dori Smith, Brett Terpstra and host Chuck Joiner. This edition of MacVoices […]

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Mark Fuccio, Michael T. Rose, Jeff Gamet, Chuck Joiner

MacVoices #1395: The MacJury Discusses Microsoft and Adobe Software Licensing Models

The MacJury recently convened to discuss the recent changes and updates to the software delivery and licensing models of Microsoft for Office and Adobe for the Creative Suite components. The benefits and challenges of software as a service in general, and in these two cases in particular, are examined, the pricing evaluated, and how users […]

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Dave Hamilton, Chuck Joiner, Mark Fuccio, Tonya Engst, Omaha Sternberg

MacJury #1214: The MacJury Discusses the Apple News: iPad and iPad mini, Mac mini and iMacs

After the dust settled from Apple’s stunning round of product announcements, The MacJury convened to discuss, analyze and pass judgement on the newest iteration of the iPad, the new iPad mini, and the newly redesigned iMac and Mac mini. Testimony is taken on prices, sizes, feature sets and Fusion Drives by the panel of Tonya Engst, Mark […]

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Weldon Dodd, Mark Fuccio, Kelly Guimont, Chuck Joiner

MacJury #1209: An Examination of The Microsoft Surface Launch

The MacJury waited 24 hours before convening to discuss the announcement of Microsoft’s Surface tablet. Call it a cooling off period. Or a priming-the-pump period. Whatever. This serious-but-fun discussion covers not only the Surface itself, with all of its unanswered questions, but also thoughts on the event itself, and why Microsoft made the choices they […]

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MacJury #1207: Cloud Storage Options, Benefits and Compromises, and Products That Don’t Exist Yet

In the last few weeks, the options for cloud storage have exploded, but with minimal diversity. Are some options better than others? Who owns the data you upload to the cloud? How does each service perform? Who do you trust? These and other cloudy issues are pondered and discussed with humor, caution, and maybe a […]

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Michael E. Cohen, Adam C. Engst, Tonya Engst, Joe Kissell, Matt Neuburg, Chuck Joiner.

MacJury #1204: The TidBITS Staff Discusses Apple’s iPad and Apple TV Announcements

The details of Apple’s newest iPad and Apple TV are now official, so we empaneled a MacJury from the TidBITS staff to help us review the announcements and what they mean. The furor over the lack of a name, the impact of the retina display, how people will use the improved camera are all part […]

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Weldon Dodd, Tonya Engst, Pat Fauquet, Chuck Joiner

MacJury #1202: Apple’s Education and Ebook Publishing Announcements Examined

Only hours after Apple make a series of announcements about their push into the textbook market, The MacJury met to examine the impact of such things as changes to the End User Licensing Agreement (EULA) and what it may mean for non-textbook publishers, the text book price ceiling and the focus on high school level […]

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Jeff Carlson, Tonya Engst, Pat Fauquet, Chuck Joiner

MacJury #1112: A Weekend with the iPhone 4S

The iPhone 4S didn’t seem to wow the crowd at its announcement, but the sales numbers clearly indicated there was lots to be excited about. The MacJury spent the weekend using their new iPhone 4Ss, and share stories of the shenanigans involved in acquiring the phone, SIM card swapping and surgery, and experiencing puppy love […]

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