Dan Lizette from The Podcast Digest show joins Tim and David to discuss a variety of topics, including the FCC’s new rules on Net Neutrality, what tech companies are doing with all those profits, and ends the show with a discussion, finally, of the Apple Car rumors.
Joining Bart this month are Mark Pouley from Twin Lakes Images, Antonio Rosario from Switch to Manual, and Allison Sheridan from the NosillaCast Podcast.
This month the panel continue the discussion of basic camera features started last month, starting by re-visiting auto-focus with some great listener input. The discussion then moves on to the thorny issue of White Balance before finishing up with a discussion of bracketing and bulb mode.
Tim Chaten, Jason Novak and Richie Harkrider … Richie has computer issues, plenty of Halo news, some crazy good sales, when is it appropriate to buy things that are not going to be played for a long time.
We’re doing the NosillaCast Podcast for Allison on the 15th of March! How will it go? Anyone’s guess, but the smart money is on funny train-wreck. Apple’s instructions for the iBook Store still confuses Guy, but what doesn’t? Gas is super excited about the new Photos app still. Somehow or another a discussion off air about Captain Scarlett and the Mysterions leads to an on-air talk about the rumored Apple iCar or whatever the heck people are calling non-existent products from Apple these days.
Links: Captain Scarlett and the Mysterions! Guy’s App Pick : Audio Converter Pro 6.99. Great app for converting audio from one format to another. I needed it to convert a bunch of MP3s/ AACs to Apple’s CAF format for inclusion into GarageBand. Drag and drop simplicity. I’m sure there’s other free ways to do the same thing, but I had over 500 files to do it with and didn’t want to do them one at a time. Gaz’s Pick: Color Strokes People’s Pick: none this week
Tim, David, and Owen discuss the new ploy by Sony to milk audiophiles out of more money. Square Enix is in hot water with some of their customers. Owen has a major Mac problem the guys try to fix to start the show. And the featured tech for the week is a 25 year old arcade cabinet?