Next show is #400! Sign up for the NosillaCast Party at Macworld | iWorld, the show gets an audio uplift with a Heil PR-40 from Steve for Christmas. Doug Ingram, aka @douggyi on Twitter and in the live chatroom sends in his first audio submission in 4 years. Mac Mania 15 – Creating Spectacular Documentation video is posted, and HDA Bob is back with a review of iCircuit for iPad. In Chit Chat Across the Pond, Bart answers Ed’s dumb question about removing GPS info from his photos, and then finishes his talk on photographing the heavens.
NosillaCastaways Party registration is officially open: Click Here to Register for the NosillaCastaways Party at Macworld | iWorld (password is my favorite software!). The NosillaCast Google Plus Community is really hopping – get on in there and contribute! Mac Mania 15 presentation: Photography on iOS video posted. My review of the Nokia Lumia 920 and Windows Phone 8. Ken Wolf explains how he used a Mac to help him with his one man one dog show. In Chit Chat Across the Pond Bart teaches how to photograph the moon on a budget.
Next week’s live show will be on SATURDAY night, not Sunday night! Video Conversion “Made Easy” for iOS video up from my Mac Mania 15 classes, a plug for the ScreenCastsOnline Monthly Mag with articles by moi. Donald Burr of Otaku No Podcast brings us a review of the XPrint Server from Lantronix. Use promo code HOLIDAY2012 to save 20%. I give a quick review of the incredibly inexpensive iPhone 5 bumper cases from monoprice.com. Nick Brennan joins us again with a review of the 15″ MacBook Pro with Retina – let’s see if he convinces us we need one! Check out the ScreenSteps Live Sneak Peak. In Chit Chat Across the Pond Bart tells about a lot of important security news, some of which is pretty scary and some of which he tells us so we don’t panic. Then he tells us about the new Flickr iOS app that was just released (and doesn’t suck), and then he teaches us about the Curves tool in many imaging applications. Finally he winds up with a quick review of an iOS app called LightTrack that lets you see in what direction the sun and Moon rise and set, and at what direction and height they will be in the sky at any time in-between.
Join the NosillaCast Google+ Community at plus.google.com. Watch Steve’s great Eclipse videos: the eclipse itself at youtube.com/embed/oTjHVrrCnUU and his GoPro video of the crowd’s reaction at youtube.com/embed/XOa0JRbhlms. Donald Burr gives us a review of DataMan Pro for for iPhone and iPad – on sale right now for $7 each. How about a geek gift guide for you to send to your relatives and friends for ideas? Check the shownotes for tons of links. In Chit Chat Across the Pond Knightwise from knightwise.com joins us to talk about free stuff to give away for the holidays.
Donald Burr puts out the call for beta testers for the NosillaCast app for the iPad, don’t forget to use the NosillaCast Amazon affiliate link for your holiday shopping. George from Tulsa tells us about how Apple devices keep landing right in front of him, and really makes it vivid why we should lock the screens on our devices. He also tells us about Bob’s iOS “Contact Lockscreen” that lets you modify your lockscreen to show your contact information in case your device is ever found. If you want to get a ScreenCasts Online subscription – check out the affiliate link on podfeet.com. I tell you the tale of how I fixed my Contacts – a harrowing tale of adventure. In Chit Chat Across the Pond Ben Nelson joins Bart and me to talk about Android and Windows 8 and whether the companies behind the operating systems are making mistakes or not.