MacJury #803: Discussing the Relevance of .Mac and the New Apple Clones

The MacJury carefully considers the case of Apple’s .Mac service. Is .Mac still an integral part of the Mac experience, or has it seen better days? The panel discusses the .Mac’s offerings and how they compare with similar services from a variety of different sources, both in performance and price. Issues such as ease of integration with the Mac OS and the requirement of .Mac for some features such as Back to My Mac are discussed, and the question of a killer app that would make .Mac irresistible are all covered. The jurors also render a decisive verdict on the new Mac clones, and whether you should consider purchasing one.

The members of the panel include:

Chuck Joiner
Nancy
Gravley
Joe
Kissell
Maria
Langer
Don
McAllister
Chuck
Joiner


Links:

.Mac

Dreamhost

GoDaddy

Gmail

Flickr

SyncTogether by Mark/Space

ScreencastsOnline

Computing with Bifocals by Nancy Gravley on The Mac Observer

NancyCG.com

Maria’s Guides

An Eclectic Mind – Maria Langer’s personal blog

JoeKissell.com

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