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No Gaz this week as he gets his revenge on Guy for being gone for MacWorld. Or something like though it may actually just be spending time with the family someplace fun and not about Guy at all. Speaking of run on sentences, Owen joins Guy and they talk about Macworld (though in no great detail) in a very informative and revealing (where we find out why Guy is Gus and Owen is Opie! How exciting is that!). STILL no end to the podcast contest (next for maybe sure!) and lots of some of the interviews done by the MyMac Staff at some Expo or something.
Guy’s App Pick: Uber, the alternate to bad cabs. Free though needs a credit card to work Gaz’s App Pick: No, since he’s not here this week Owen’s Pick: Air Display $9.99. Use your old iPad or really nearly any old thing and use it for another display for your Mac
OWC Radio returns with an all-new 2.0 version! Tim Robertson hosts the episode with a brief explanation about the new show and it’s history, the 30th anniversary of the Mac, and a fun interview with Steve Sande from TUAW.com.
David and Tim discuss OWC Radio launching next week, leadership in tech companies, the lack of history in the computer industry, the Samsung S5, Apple history, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, feedback from listener Michael Breed, and more on Office on the iPad.
Join Ryan VanLiere, Matt York, and Chris Born as we discuss what we’ve been playing recently, give reviews for Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes and Yoshi’s New Island, and discuss some games no one’s heard of (or most people don’t enjoy, but we do).
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You’ve waited, and waited, and waited some more for the 500th podcast and it’s finally here! No app picks or much about the Macworld Expo this week or stuff from Google + or Twitter. Gaz and Guy talk a little about playing with organs (the musical kind) on iPads and then things get REALLY interesting when we get all the former hosts together into one virtual room. Naturally they talk a lot about the history of the podcast and a lot of it will make you laugh. Stand by for action!
Joining Bart this month are Guy Serle from the My Mac Podcast & Allison Sheridan from the NosillaCast Mac Podcast. The show starts with a quick rundown of some interesting numbers released in March, followed by a quick rundown of the month’s developments in some of the many court cases Apple are involved in. The main stories the show focuses on are the big changes at Microsoft in March, including the release of Office for iPad, the replacement of the iPad 2 with the iPad 4 at the low end of the iPad range, and some criticism of Apple and other tech companies for the lack of diversity on their boards. The show finishes with a few quick stories.