MacJury #909: Cloud Computing, Google Docs, Office and Photoshop on the Web and What It Means for Mac Users

The MacJury convenes at a higher level to discuss some of the recent announcements about cloud computing, whether they affect Mac users now, and how they might in the future. Deliberations are held on the Palm Pre, Google Docs coming out of beta, Microsoft Office moving to the web for free, Adobe Photoshop Express, and the announcement of Google Chrome. Along the way, Microsoft is convicted, the new power of the customer is explained, and what is lacking in web apps (at the moment) is revealed. Is your Mac still the best productivity choice? Find out from the panel of:

Jeff Gamet Joe Kissell Dori Smith Chuck Joiner
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Chuck
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Links:

Chuck Joiner on Twitter

The MacVoices Group

Joe Kissell

JoeKissell.com

Cover Easy Backups Leopard

Cover Backups-1

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

Dori Smith

Dori Smith on Twitter

Dori.com

Backup Brain – Dori’s blog

JavaScript World

Dreamweaver Book.Com


Dreamweaver CS3 for Windows and Macintosh (Visual QuickStart Guide) by Tom Negrino and Dori Smith


JavaScript and Ajax for the Web: Visual QuickStart Guide (7th Edition) (Tom Negrino, Dori Smith)

Mark/Space

Salling Media Sync for Mac

Photoshop.com

Buzzword

United Breaks Guitars (video)

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