MacMost: Video Podcast

MacMost Now 70: Command Line Basics
Gary Rosenzweig of shows you the basics of using the Terminal application. Learn how to navigate, list files, rename, copy and delete. Also learn some shortcuts that experts use.
MacMost Now 69: OS X Directory Basics
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at the basic structure of Mac OS X, especially the user folder, and gives suggestions on how to organize your files.
MacMost Now 68: Shockwave is Back
Gary Rosenzweig looks at the new Shockwave plug-in for the Intel-based Mac. This is the first time Shockwave has been available for newer Macs. You can use Shockwave to play free online games like the ones at
MacMost Now 67: Optimizing Mail
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at how to clean up and optimize Apple Mail to save some hard drive space and speed it up.
MacMost Now 66: Using SSH Tunneling for Secure Connections
Gary Rosenzweig looks at using two Macs to connect to the Internet securely while traveling.
MacMost Now 65: Baseball Box Scores
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at some sites that allow you to follow major league baseball games on your Mac.
MacMost Now 64: Guitar Hero III
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at Guitar Hero III, the first guitar simulation game for the Mac.
MacMost Now 63: Safari Snap Back
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at the snap back feature of Safari that allows you to temporarily mark Web pages and search results to return to them quickly.
MacMost Now 62: New Safari 3.1 Features
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at what is new in Safari 3.1, including style-sheet animation, embedded Web fonts and the video tag.
MacMost Now 61: MacMost iPhone Pages
3/28/08 has a variety of pages just for iPhone users. We've had iPhone games since the launch of the iPhone, we added an iPhone guide recently, and just launched a page of free iPhone ringtones. This video and most of our others are also available in special iPhone format.
MacMost Now 60: Newton Versus iPhone
Gary Rosenzweig compares his old Newton MessagePad 2000 against the iPhone. The Newton had handwriting recognition and 3rd party software right from the start.
MacMost Now 59: All About Twitter
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at Twitter, the free service that lets you and your friends keep track of each other. Follow Gary on twitter by going to
MacMost Now 58: Syncing Your iPod to More Than One Computer
Gary Rosenzweig looks at how you can sync your iPod or iPhone to multiple computers using manual settings.
MacMost Now 57: Archiving Large Drives
Gary Rosenzweig shows you how to use Disk Utility to create a sparse image and archive large amounts of data on to it. This is useful for backing up entire Macs.
MacMost Now 56: Printing File Lists
Gary Rosenzweig looks at various methods for printing lists of files in folders: downloadable applications, using the Terminal, and simple copy and paste methods.
MacMost Now 55: Mac Screencast Software
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at seven pieces of software that capture video from your screen actions.
MacMost Now 54: All About Phishing
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at phishing: conning someone out of their personal information using deceptive email. Learn how to recognize and protect yourself against phishing.
MacMost Now 53: What the iPhone SDK Means
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at what the announcement of an iPhone SDK will mean for iPhone users.
MacMost Now 52: Opening Windows Mail Attachments
Gary Rosenzweig shows you how to open those annoying attachment files that Windows users send to Mac users, not thinking that we may not own proprietary software like Microsoft Office or Outlook.
MacMost Now 51: Making Text Easier to Read
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at three ways to make text on your screen easier to read. This could be used by people with visual impairments, but also could be used by anyone wishing to reduce eye-strain or be slightly more productive. Techniques include enlarging font size in Safari, using screen zoom, and using text-to-speech.