In this episode, eve-park everyone's favorite geek girl, honors Octavia E Bulter, African-American female sci-fi writer. Then, we invite very special guest Jen (jenreviewsmovies****) to comment on the new hot movie, Iron Man! Then, Eve talks about the science behind real-life super suits, it's not long before we're all flying around with super strength! Or least, it's not long before our soldiers are. As always, send your questions, comments and feedback to geekgirl at clevermedia dot com! Excelsior!
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*******macmost****/ How to use the built-in Mac OS X spell check in many applications like TextEdit, Mail and Safari. You can make it learn new words and reset your custom dictionary.
MacMost**** has a variety of pages just for iPhone users. We've had iPhone Games since the launch of the iPhone, we added an iPhone Guide recently, and just launched a page of free iPhone ringtones. This video and most of our others are also available in special iPhone format.
*******macmost****/. Gary Rosenzweig looks at Jing from TechSmith. This free screen capture software for Mac and Windows allows you to quickly capture and share images and video from your computer.
With little fanfare, when compared to typical Apple product updates, Steve Jobs and company updated the company’s lineup with a plethura of products. Among them: A new mouse, a refreshed iMac, a Mac Mini server, a redesigned MacBook, and all this without so much as a single “Boom” from el Jobso himself. What’s the highlights of the announcement, and how do we parse it? We talk to Gary Rosenzweig from MacMost, and Jonathan Strickland from HowStuff works. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Shawn Collins of *******blog.affiliatetip**** reviews MacMost**** Guide to Switching to the Mac by Gary Rosenzweig.
*******macmost****/ Gary Rosenzweig shows you how to create an print books of your photos using iPhoto. You can order them from Apple, or print them yourself, or save them as PDF files.
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at Guitar Hero III, the first guitar simulation game for the Mac.
*******macmost****/ A look at today's Apple announcements at the MacWorld Expo, including new updates to iLife and iWork, a new 17-inch MacBook Pro, and changes to how iTunes sells music.
Gary Rosenzweig runs down the keynote announcements from the WWDC: A new 3G iPhone with GPS, and the MobileMe service replaces .Mac.
*******macmost****/ Hidden in Mac OS X is the Archive Utility, a handy little application for compressing and decompressing files and folders into .zip, .cpio and .cpgz formats.
*******macmost****/ Gary Rosenzweig talks to Dan Gray from *******mpgomatic**** about the Microsoft Sync system put into many Ford cars. It allows you to connect your iPod or iPhone to your car through the dock and play your music through the car as well as control it with your dash, steering wheel or voice commands.
Gary Rosenzweig looks at how to view music, photos and video from your Mac on your Wii using Wii Transfer. You can also use your Wii Remote with your Mac as a wireless mouse.
*******macmost****/ Check out some gift ideas for Mac and iPhone users that cost less than $50: headphones, headsets, cooling pads, media readers and even a game.
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at Wallpaper Clocks, arrtistic desktop wallpapers that also include a live clock and changing graphics.
*******macmost****/ Some ideas for New Year's resolutions that will help you be a better Mac user.