MacMost: Video Podcast

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.
MacMost Now 8: iPhone Cases
12/7/07
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at iPhone cases and why they all have issues. He reviews cases from Monster and Speck.
MacMost Podcast 12/5/2007
12/5/07
On this episode of MacMost we report on Steve Jobs as keynote speaker for Macworld, Operating System marketshare up, no support for Boot Camp Tiger users, and NBC shows pulled from iTunes. In our Podcast Salad segment, we feature the Cinema Psychic. Heavens-Above.com is our Must Bookmark and Handbrake is our Must Download. Check out MacMost.com for up to date news, tips, tutorials, and much more!
MacMost Now 7: Customizing the Dock
12/5/07
Gary Rosenzweig talks to artist William Follett about how to create a custom Leopard Dock with custom icons. They use Candy Bar from Panic (http://panic.com/candybar) , and icons from IconFactory (http://iconfactory.com).
MacMost Now 6: Airport Virus Printer Memory
12/4/07
Gary Rosenzweig answers some viewer questions: Using Airport Extreme and Express, Mac viruses, inkjet printers, and upgrading memory.
MacMost Now 5: Crazy Keyboards
12/3/07
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at 10 strange and unusual computer keyboards.
MacMost Now 4: Google Gadgets
11/30/07
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at Google Gadgets new compatibility with Mac Dashboard Widgets.
MacMost Now 3: Locking Down Your Mac
11/29/07
Gary Rosenzweig looks at ways to secure your Mac. You can set a login password, require the password when waking from sleep mode, and encrypt your data.
Macmost Now 2: MacBook Mobile Access
11/28/07
Gary Rosenzweig looks at the options for hooking your MacBook up to the net through Verizon, Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile. You can use Express34 cards or USB devices to get access almost anywhere in the U.S.
MacMost Now 1: iPods in Schools
11/26/07
A look at how iPods are being used in some schools, and how they are also being banned by others.
11/14/07

This week on MacMost episode 31 we report on the iPhone hitting the UK and German markets and the iPhone to hit France on Nov. 29th. We wish the online Apple store a happy 10th birthday and announce the iTunes Wi-Fi store going live in the San Fran bay area. We also report on the comments made by Michael Eisner about Apple. We continue our Hot Tips segment and show you how to set apps to auto startup. We feature Hero Envy in our Podcast Salad segment and suggest Stumble Upon as our Must Download. For more go to MacMost.com