MacMost: Video Podcast

MacMost Now 133: Mobile Broadband
Gary Rosenzweig talks about the mobile broadband service from Sprint that he has been using. With a wireless USB modem, he is able to get broadband speeds just about anywhere. Good as a travel solution, or as a backup to a connection at home or at work.
MacMost Now 132: Spore For Mac
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at Spore, the new game from Will Wright and Electronic Arts. Spore is a game that takes you from a single-celled organism to galactic domination.
MacMost Now 131: New iPod Nano, Touch, Classic and iTunes 8
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at today's announcements by Steve Jobs of a new iPod Nano, iPod Touch and iPod Classic. Also, new iTunes 8 and iPhone software update 2.1.
MacMost Now 130: Blurring An Area In iMovie 08
Gary Rosenzweig attempts to using iMovie 08 to blur out an area in a video. You can use this to blur a license plate, face or something else you want to remove.
MacMost Now 129: Shorter URLs and Hiding Your Email Address
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at two Web services. The first,, will take a long Web address and shorten it to make it easier to send in email. The second,, will hide your email address.
MacMost Now 128: iPhone Games-Scrabble, Galcon, Aurora Feint
Gary Rosenzweig looks at three iPhone Game Apps available at the iTunes App Store. Scrabble is the official version of the classic board game. Galcon is a strategy game played like an arcade game. Aurora Feint is an interesting adventure and puzzle game. You can also play free iPhone games at
MacMost Now 127: Upload From iPhoto to Flickr and FaceBook
Gary Rosenzweig looks at two extensions for iPhoto that will allow you to upload your photos directly from iPhoto to Flickr and FaceBook.
MacMost Now 126: Using Your Mac and Wii Together
Gary Rosenzweig looks at how to view music, photos and video from your Mac on your Wii using Wii Transfer. You can also use your Wii Remote with your Mac as a wireless mouse.
MacMost Now 125: Getting Organized With VoodooPad
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at VoodooPad, the personal wiki software for Mac. He uses it for to-do lists, taking notes and organizing information.
MacMost Now 124: Mac Desktop Wallpaper Clocks
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at Wallpaper Clocks, arrtistic desktop wallpapers that also include a live clock and changing graphics.
MacMost Now 123: Extending iPhone Battery Life
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at some techniques to help you stretch the iPhone battery so it lasts through a long day.
MacMost Now 122: How To Send Video Email From Your Mac
Gary Rosenzweig looks at using PhotoBooth to send a quick video email using the built-in iSight camera and software included with your Mac.
MacMost Now 121: Video Podcasting Secrets
Gary Rosenzweig shares some of his best tips for creating a video podcast. Advice about green screens, HD, editing, community and motivation.
MacMost Now 120: Favorite Podcasts
Gary Rosenzweig talks about some of his favorite podcasts, including This Week In Tech (TWiT), Geek Brief, Slashdot Review, Tech5, Net@Nite, Grammar Girl, Chillcast, Pop Candy and more.
MacMost Now 119: How to Make a Video Podcast
Gary Rosenzweig briefly looks at what you need to do to make your own video podcast and publish it on iTunes.
MacMost Now 118: How to Create Your Own Podcast
Gary Rosenzweig briefly goes through the steps to create a basic audio podcast. You must first set up a blog, then create the audio content, then link the audio to the blog posts, and then publicize your RSS feed.
MacMost Now 117: How to Connect Your Mac to Your XBox 360
Gary Rosenzweig looks at how you can use your XBox 360 to view video and listen to music that is stored on your Mac using Connect360.
MacMost Now 116: Finding Large Files on Your Hard Drive
Gary Rosenzweig shows you how to find the largest files on your hard drive and clean them up to create more space.
MacMost Now 115: How To Block Unwanted iPhone Text Messages
Gary Rosenzweig shows you how to prevent unwanted text messages by turning off the ability for someone to send you a text message via email. You can also request that text messaging be turned off completely.
MacMost Now 114: How To Use QuickTime Pro To Edit Video
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at the simple but powerful tool QuickTime Pro and how it can be used to edit and compile video.