MacMost: Video Podcast

MacMost Now 28: MacBook Air First Look
1/15/08
Gary Rosenzweig gets his hands on the new MacBook Air ultra-thin lightweight notebook computer at the MacWorld Expo.
MacMost Now 27: MacWorld Expo Keynote
1/15/08
Gary Rosenzweig reports from MacWorld. Steve Jobs announces the Time Capsule Back-up Appliance, iPhone and iPod Touch updates, Apple TV Take 2, Movie Rentals, and The MacBook Air, The thinnest laptop in the world.
MacMost Now 26: MacWorld Expo History
1/14/08
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at past MacWorld Expo keynotes and what important products were announced each year, including the iMac, iPod, the switch to Intel and the iPhone.
MacMost Now 25: Web Save Net Share iTunes Playlist
1/11/08
Gary Rosenzweig answers viewer questions about saving Web pages, sharing a network connection and creating a podcast playlist.
MacMost Now 24: Word Processing Alternatives
1/9/08
Gary Rosenzweig looks at alternatives for casual users to Microsoft Word. These include Pages, Nisus, Papyrus, OpenOffice, ThinkFree, AbiWord, Google Docs and others.
1/8/08
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at the new Mac Pro with 8 processor cores, a 1.5gb video card and RAID drive.
MacMost Now 22: Beginner Leopard Books
1/7/08
Gary Rosenzweig looks at two books about Mac OS X Leopard for beginners: Easy Mac OS X Leopard and Mac OS X Leopard On Demand.
MacMost Now 21: The Incredible Leopard Dictionary App
1/3/08
Gary Rosenzweig looks at all the cool news features in Dictionary with Leopard. You can look up definitions, thesaurus entries, a special Apple dictionary, Wikipedia and Japanese dictionaries. You can also see dictionary front matter and look up words while in other applications.
MacMost Now 20: How to Make iPhone Ringtones
1/2/08
Gary Rosenzweig shows you how to use GarageBand to make ringtones for the iPhone.
MacMost Now 19: 2007 in Review
12/31/07
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at Apple news in 2007, including the release of the iPhone, Leopard and the high stock price.
MacMost Now 18: A Look at the Keychain
12/29/07
Gary Rosenzweig shows the Keychain access application and how you can control which passwords are stored and how.
MacMost Now 17: Finding Cool Web Sites
12/26/07
Gary Rosenzweig shows you some places where you can find cool Web sites. Suggestions include Stumble Upon, Del.icio.us and the net@nite podcast. Also, the free online games at http://gamescene.com.
MacMost Now 16: Our 2008 Apple Wish List
12/24/07
Gary Rosenzweig lists 5 items he'd like Apple to give the community as gifts in 2008.
MacMost Now 15: iPhone Case Reviews
12/21/07
Gary Rosenzweig looks at the iSkin Revo and the Otterbox Defender, two iPhone cases that work well to protect your iPhone.
MacMost Now 14: Backing Up and Archiving
12/20/07
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at backup procedures, including Apple's Backup program that comes with .Mac, and Leopard Time Machine. He also talks about archiving and backing up off-site. Some 3rd party backup applications we found were Data Backup 3.0, Retrospect Desktop, Synk Backup and BackityMac.
MacMost Now 13: Google iPhone Apps
12/18/07
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at using Google iPhone apps such as gMail, Picasa, Google Reader, Google Calendar, Notebook and local search.
MacMost Now 12: Leopard Phrasebook Review
12/17/07
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at the Mac OS X Leopard Phrasebook by Biran Tiemann. The book features the Terminal application and shows you the basics of using Linux directly on your Mac.
MacMost Now 11: KVM Video Audio Time Machine
12/14/07
Gary Rosenzweig answers viewer mail: Using KVM switches with Macs, extracting audio from video, Time Machine over Airport Extreme, and Time Machine zoom.
MacMost Now 10: Online Shopping Safety
12/12/07
Gary Rosenzweig gives some basic tips for being safe while shopping online. Look for secure checkout pages, use a credit card, have good passwords, and trust your instincts.
MacMost Now 9: Ultra-Portable MacBook Rumors
12/10/07
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at rumors of lightweight ultra-portable MacBooks possibly coming out in January. He talks about Flash NAND memory replacing hard drives, and which machines use them now. He also looks at Sony and Toshiba ultra-portables and speculates on what Apple might come out with.