Allison interviews Abedlrazek Aly, Co-founder and CEO of Bonocle, about their interactive mouse designed for people with visual impairment. The Bonocle mouse has one braille cell, three select buttons, and haptic feedback to help the user learn braille while having fun. Bonocle connects to a smart device and provides access to a library of apps […]Continue readingMore Tag
40 Tools in Parallels Toolbox : ScreenCastsOnline Tutorial
I’ve talked about Parallels Toolbox many times on the NosillaCast, but it was high time to do a full video tutorial on it for ScreenCastsOnline. If you haven’t heard of Parallels Toolbox before, it’s a suite of small utility apps that are all available from a single menu bar app. Most of the tools aren’t […]Continue readingMore Tag
NosillaCast Post Production in 10 Easy Steps!
I thought it might be fun to pull back the curtain on how the magic happens after we stop recording the live show every Sunday night. Since this is a podcast for geeks it seems like it might be interesting. I have never written the process down before but I’ve done it so many times […]Continue readingMore Tag
Manage Your Apps and Save Battery with App Tamer
One of the coolest things about being a Mac owner is how long your computer will remain useful. I hear stories about people using Core 2 Duo machines that are 12 years old! I’m not a big fan of recommending letting a Mac that’s not able to run a currently supported operating system get on […]Continue readingMore Tag
NC #660 Google Year in Search, 2017 What Apps Am I Still Using Part 2, Vimmy & Oh Sh-t Git, Hunt for Missing Menus
We’ll start with part 2 of my year in review of the apps and hardware I’ve talked about in 2017 and I’ll let you know whether I’m still using them. After that, we’ll be joined by Caleb Fong with a couple of Tiny Tip segments on tools for programming. Then Denise Crown will give us […]Continue readingMore Tag
2017 Year in Review Part 2 – What Am I Still Using?
Last week I went through the first half of the year, talking about all of the hardware and software I reviewed in 2017 to see what I’m still using and what has fallen by the wayside. If you haven’t read the first half, you can find it here. Let’s continue our journey and take a […]Continue readingMore Tag
NC #659 Solving Network Problems, 2017 What Apps Am I Still Using Part 1, Security Bits
This week I was on the Clockwise Podcast episode 220 at relay.fm/…. Leo Laporte and Megan Morrone talked about my iOS 11 settings Mind Map of Doom on iOS Today episode 372 at around 57:30 into the show. Helma from the Netherlands brings us some networking tips. I bring you the first half of my […]Continue readingMore Tag
Why Not Overcast?
I knew this would happen. As soon as I started answering Rush’s Dumb Question last week about why I was using Downcast when I said I used Pocket Casts as my podcatcher of choice, I knew someone would come back with, “but what about Overcast?” What I didn’t foresee though was how many of you […]Continue readingMore Tag
CCATP #481 – Dermot Daly from Tapadoo
I’m your guest host Bart Busschots, and this week I’m on conversation with Dermot Daly from Tapadoo, a mobile app development company based on Dublin, Ireland. We talk about what it’s like being a developer witting apps for iOS and Android, how App Store and Google Play store differ from each other, and the state […]Continue readingMore Tag
Exploring 3D Touch – Part 2
Last week I did an article entitled “3D Touch is More Useful Than I Thought”, and the response to it has been great. A whole bunch of people have written in to tell me about even cooler stuff I didn’t know 3D Touch could do. Here’s a few of them. Steve Feinstein explained that on […]Continue readingMore Tag