My last duty as guest host on podfeet.com for the week – the NosillaCast itself!
I’ll tell you how I solved my OS X network drive problems. Then Dorothy, aka MacLurker, reviews the iOS game Enigmo. Next, inspired by Allison, I encourage you to play with fire. We hear from Drobo about their new myDrobo and DroboAccess services from the NAB conference. And finally, I review the Beurer GS485 digital scale.
The first podcast for my guest hosting week at podfeet.com, this is a great chat I had with Julie Kuehl about what WordPress is, how it’s used and about the community that revolves around it.
Another guest contribution to podfeet.com, this time a review of a bathroom scale that links to Apple HealthKit for easy weight tracking.
In another guest post on podfeet.com I explore the delights of getting your hands dirty and making stuff for the fun and reward of accomplishment.
The first of several guest posts on podfeet.com leading up to guest-hosting the NosillaCast itself, plus a Chit Chat Across the Pond.
This post looks at the issues OS X has with network volumes and how I got around them with BitTorrent Sync.
It’s been a while since the time zone and schedule gods have smiled on an appearance on Let’s Talk Apple. I was fortunate to be free to join Nick Riley, Adam Christianson, and of course Bart Busschots for this episode where the main topics of conversation were looking back on the Apple versus FBI saga and a few ramblings on Apple’s most recent public event. Check it out over at the Let’s Talk website.
A fantastic and engaged panel of Bart Busschots, Stefaan Lesage, Antonio Rosario, Mark Pouley, and myself dive into the world of videography. After discussing a panellist’s Emmy nomination (seriously!) everyone explains where they’re at with video and the discussion turns to what’s different from still photography, tips and tricks for what to do and what not to do and some discussion about types of equipment.
Episode 559 of the NosillaCast includes my audio recording of the Behringer digital audio interface review.
I reviewed the diminutive Behringer U-Control UCA222 digital audio interface for the NosillaCast. The review appears here as a blog post on the show’s site.
I’ve just had the privilege of another guest post on Subjective Sounds again today. Moving in a completely different direction from Rendez-vous, have a read about Art of Noise’s debut album, Who’s Afraid of the Art of Noise?