MacJury #915: New iPods, iTunes and More: Was It Really Only Rock & Roll? (Part 2)

The MacJury continue their deliberations of Apple’s “It’s Only Rock & Roll” event by reviewing the new Home Sharing feature, discussing whether the iTunes Store redesign is a step forward, backward or sideways, and what the return of Steve Jobs means for future announcements. With the new version of iTunes, arranging your iPhone apps is no longer a frustrating game, apps can be shared between Macs, and the new album format premiers. All this and more are examined by the panel of:

Jeff Carlson Adam Christianson Glenn Fleishman
Jeff
Carlson
Adam
Christianson
Glenn
Fleishman
Keith Lang Chuck La Tournous Chuck Joiner
Keith
Lang
Chuck
La Tournous
Chuck
Joiner

Links:

Chuck Joiner on Twitter

The MacVoices Group

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Jeff Carlson

Jeff Carlson on Twitter

TidBITS

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Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard Pocket Guide

Practical Mac on the Seattle Times web site


iMovie 09 and iDVD for Mac OS X: Visual QuickStart Guide

Jeff Carlson’s iMovie blog

Adam Christianson

Adam Christianson on Twitter

The MacCast

The MacRoundtable

Glenn Fleishman

Glenn Fleishman on Twitter

TidBITS

Take Control of 802.11n Airport Network
Take Control of Your 802.11n AirPort Network

Practical Mac on the Seattle Times web site

Macworld

Popular Science

The Economist

WiFi Networking News

Take Control books by Glenn Fleishman

Ars Technica

Chuck La Tournous

Chuck La Tournous on Twitter

RandomMaccess

The Mac Observer

Rhapsody Comes To The iPhone by Jeff Gamet on The Mac Observer

Pandora

Jackson’s Death Puts Lucrative Beatles Copyrights in Play on Wired

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The Beatles Stereo Box Set

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