MacJury #913: Passing Judgement on Snow Leopard (Part 2)

More MacJurors weigh in on the newest version of Mac OS X 10.6, Snow Leopard. This panel discusses why Snow Leopard looks better and what that means for graphics professionals as well as the casual user, why the transition to Snow Leopard is “important but not urgent,” and the issues surrounding QuickTime 10. The panel also discusses why the newest version of the Mac OS will force developers to stay focused, and share some of the best new changes to existing features. Joining the deliberations for this session are:

Jeff Gamet Dave Hamilton Maria Langer Steve Sande Chuck Joiner
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Links:

Chuck Joiner on Twitter

The MacVoices Group

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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 Context Machine


Designer’s Guide to Mac OS X by Jeff Gamet

Dave Hamilton

The Mac Observer

Backbeat Media

The Mac Geek Gab

Dave Hamilton on Twitter

Maria Langer

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Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard: Visual QuickStart Guide

Maria Langer on Twitter

Maria’s Guides

An Eclectic Mind – Maria Langer’s personal blog

Steve Sande

Steve Sande on Twitter

The Unofficial Apple Web Log

The TUAW iPhone app in the iTunes Store

Info on Snow Leopard for Photographers by Scott Bourne on PhotoFocus

Mac OS X v10.6: About gamma 2.2 on the Apple web site

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