Macworld Video: Celebrity cameo tip edition

We switch to an aquatic setting for this Macworld Video, yet the subject remains unchanged from recent weeks: Leopard, Leopard, Leopard.

I shot this video on board the MS Volendam during the just-concluded MacMania cruise around the Caribbean Sea and into the Panama Canal. We may be focusing on the latest version of Mac OS X yet again, but to freshen things up, I’ve invited a couple guest stars to join us in this video: New York Times technology columnist David Pogue and Apple’s Sal Soghoian. Both David and Sal were speakers on the MacMania 7 cruise, and I thank them for taking the time to share some of their favorite hidden Leopard features.

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• Format: MPEG-4/H.264
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• Length: 10 minutes, 45 seconds

Show Notes

You can, of course, read Macworld ’s full review of Leopard or dive into our exploration of some of Leopard’s 300-plus features and enhancements.

Book publisher O’Reilly has more on information on David Pogue’s upcoming Mac OS X Leopard: The Missing Manual.

As for the MacMania cruise, I fired off a pair of dispatches from the ship and spoke with Neil Bauman of Insight Cruises in the most recent Macworld Podcast. Insight Cruises is already planning MacMania 8 for next November in the Easter Mediterranean.

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