#386 NosillaCast App, iPhone 5 Observations, Skitch from Evernote, Apple Ecosystem Just Works

NosillaCast App available now in the iTunes Store from Donald Burr of Otaku No Podcast. Next week’s show will be out on Monday, not Sunday as I’ll be at the maccomputerexpo.com. A few thoughts on the iPhone 5, including an example of the color saturation and a video of the front facing camera. Review of the new Skitch from Evernote for the Mac, iOS and Android. Bart joins us for Security Light, while David Woodbridge joins us for Chit Chat Across the Pond. David is the host of the Apple and Other Accessible Technology podcast and is an Assistive technology specialist at Vision Australia.

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#385 iPhone 5 Adventures, Audio Compression, Getting the Most Out of Finder

Remember my adventures from getting the iPhone 4 and the new iPad? I made it my quest to make it even HARDER for the iPhone 5 – tune in to find out how that worked out for me. Andy Dolph send in a great recording explaining the differences between different audio compression methods. In Chit Chat Across the Pond, after eating a LOT of security vegetables Bart and I talk about ways to really get the most out of using the Finder.

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#384 Audio Technica Noise Canceling Microphone, Encrypt Files for Emailing, ScreenShotPSD, Freeware with Tim

Ian asks a Dumb Question about noise canceling microphones and Allan T├ępper, author of the book “Hybrid USB/XLR Microphones: the missing workflow for independent voice talent and podcasters” answers him with the AT2005USB from Audio Technica. Find more on Allan at AllanTepper.com. I teach how to encrypt a file or folder for emailing, see the tutorial: tutorial “how to encrypt a File or Folder in OSX”. Tim Verpoorten joins us in Chit Chat Across the Pond with a great freeware segment. He suggests the markdown editor Mou: mouapp.com, a text editor called MacVim based on the old school Vim at code.google.com/p/macvim, OnyX to clean up your Mac and Deeper to enable and disable the hidden functions of the Finder, Dock, QuickTime, Safari, iTunes, login window at, both from titanium.free.fr. A new developer from zibity.com/macdropany brings us MacDrop Any to sync folders to Dropbox, Google Drive and Microsoft SkyDrive. iSonics will convert audio formats including mp3, mp2, aac, flac, alac, wma, ogg forbis, ac3 and wav from osxbytes.com/page1/index.html?forcedownload. ControlPlane from controlplaneapp.com will change OSX settings for when you move locations. SpeedTao is a fast and simple downloader app from speedtao.net. And finally check out Tagit from ironicsoftware.com/tagit/ to tag any file for searching via Spotlight.

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#383 Mountain Lion Upgrades, DryCASE, Snorkeling with iPhone, Private Eye, Rubbernet, iNet

Mac Computer Expo free ticket drawing – sign up for the NosillaCast News, a little more on why you should go to Mountain Lion sooner rather than later. Underwater snorkeling video complete with turtles and eels using the DryCASE recommended by Rod Simmons. In Dumb Question Corner Gregory Marchand asks advice on upgrading from Snow Leopard to Mountain Lion. In Chit Chat Across the Pond Bart walks us through the UDID issue, and a few other security issues but cleans our palette with five fun network utilities including Private Eye, Rubbernet, and iNet.

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#382 How to Disable Java, Presentation Apps are Bad, Samsung Galaxy Nexus, Mobile Podcasting

Java 7 exploit for Mac, Linux and Windows – three tutorials on how to disable Java in your browsers: How to Disable Java in Chrome, How to Disable Java in Safari, How to Disable Java in Firefox. Why I hate ALL presentation applications including Keynote. Donald Burr brings us a review of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus phone. I do a review of the new version 4 of my favorite Application annihilation software AppDelete from reggieashworth.com. In Chit Chat Across the Pond Guy Serle of the mymac.com podcast joins us to talk through how he gave up carrying a MacBook Pro to using just an iPad and an iPhone as a mobile podcasting rig.

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