MacJury #1105: The MacJury Hears Preliminary Arguments on OS X Lion

After only a few hours with the release of OS X 10.7 Lion, members of The MacJury go on the record with their first impressions, favorite features and missing pieces of Apple’s new big cat. Concern is expressed over Apple’s tending toward bandwidth intensity, a cable provider is found guilty, and software incompatibility warnings are issued. The panel examines the question of natural and unnatural scrolling, finds a missing piece of Finder information, explains why Lion Server is exciting and more. Putting their heads in Lion’s mouth are Peter Cohen, Jeff Gamet, Steve Sande and host Chuck Joiner.

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Chuck Joiner on Twitter

The MacVoices Group

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Peter Cohen

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The Loop

Angry Mac Bastards session

Gamification on ZDNet

Jeff Gamet

Jeff Gamet on Twitter

Jeff Gamet’s jeff-o-rama

Design Tools Monthly

Design Tools Weekly

The Mac Observer

The iPod Observer

Apple Weekly Report


Designer’s Guide to Mac OS X by Jeff Gamet

Steve Sande

Steve Sande on Twitter

The Unofficial Apple Web Log

SugarSync

CosmoPod

Air Display from Avatron Software

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Scrollvetica

Scroll Reverser

OS X Lion Server

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Take Control of Upgrading to Lion v1.1

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