Mac 911 at Macworld Expo 2006

Macworld Podcast episode 21

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Checking in for Day 2 of Macworld Expo, we have Senior Editor Chris Breen’s Mac 911 session at the Macworld Expo Live booth (#807) in its entirely for those of you who missed it onstage, or who can’t join us here at the show. Breen, of course, writes our magazine’s monthly Mac 911 column and a blog by the same name.

He’ll cover:

  • Printing Windows
  • Tiger Key Caps Alternative
  • Reusing iMovie Clips
  • Removing Bogus Mail Addresses
  • The 24 Clock in Mail
  • SMTP Relaying
  • CD-Less Repair
  • Fullscreen QuickTime Movies on the Cheap
  • Skipping the Drip
  • Inky Dinky Parlez-Vous?
  • DVD Ripping and You

Listen to episode 21

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Show notes

All Macworld Expo coverage can be found Macworld Conference & Expo topic page.

• We’ve also got Editors’ Blogs, including Philip Michaels’ Winners and Losers from Tuesday’s keynote.

• Jim Dalrymple examines why the iMac and the Powerbook were selected to be the first to be bumped to the new Intel chips.

Production credits

Big thanks to Alan Wiig for editing audio for me this week.

Music credits

“Basic” by Epicte the Elemental. Want to hear more of his music? Need a DJ in the Washington, D.C. area? E-mail him at epicte@gmail.com.

  
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