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Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at what we know about Snow Leopard, the upcoming release of Mac OS X 10.6. it should include better support for multiple processor machines, QuickTime X, Microsoft Exchange support and other optimizations.
11 Jun 2008
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http://live.pirillo.com - The current shipping version of Mac OS X is dubbed Leopard. At the recent Apple Worldwide Developer's Conference, Steve Jobs announced the next version, which is named Snow Leopard. Doesn't sound like much difference on the surface, does it?
12 Jun 2008
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When a distressed hawk was spotted in our male snow leopard enclosure we had to act fast! Hercules was separated into the other side of his enclosure and given a rabbit to eat and keep him occupied. Director of Operations - Scott Lope then had the job of catching the bird, so we could release it away from the snow leopard enclosures! Big Cat Rescue is a nonprofit 501(c)3 charity dedicated to the care of exotic cats. We provide a permanent home for unwanted wildcats and we educate the public in order to eliminate the causes of abandonment and abuse. To learn more about Hercules please visit: http://www.bigcatrescue.org/cats/captive/snowleopardshercules.htm For tour times and information visit: http://www.bigcatrescue.org
12 Jan 2009
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19 May 2009
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We've got an exclusive look at the single most exciting new feature of Snow Leopard. It's so awesome we can't even tell you what it is in the description!
25 May 2009
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http://www.frugalbrothers.com Would you consider the Apple Server software for your company or clients? The introduction of Snow Leopard Server is certainly interesting. Distributed by Tubemogul.
10 Jun 2009
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Apple announced Snow Leopard, its new OS, at the 2009 WWDC in San Francisco. We asked some of the attendees what they would name their operating system. Horse? Velociraptor? Vicious Unicorn?
13 Jun 2009
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28 Aug 2009
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Walt Mossberg himself offers his real, totally not faked review of Snow Leopard.
28 Aug 2009
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With Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard being released today we took a look at some of the few new features that aren't under the hood. Today we look at Exposé and all that's new with it in Snow Leopard. Happy bitnapping!
28 Aug 2009
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A quick tour of some of the new Snow Leopard features.
29 Aug 2009
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Blog: http://LaneVids.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/Lanevids LIVE SHOW: http://blogtv.com/people/lanevids Other YouTube: http://youtube.com/LaneVid I got my copy of Snow Leopard in. It is installed and AWESOME! My mom cut a pineapple and we went to see Inglorious Basterds after eating at Carrabas! I got my friend a Henry Phillips mp3s for this brithday Distributed by Tubemogul.
30 Aug 2009
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[Trailer for Extra! Members Only Show] Ok, so you've installed Snow Leopard, now what! On the face of it, the user interface to Snow Leopard doesn't really look much different from the original Leopard OS, save for a nice new desktop wallpaper. Most of the changes to Snow Leopard are in its underlying architecture, with parts being re-written and brand new technologies introduced to act as springboards for innovative new applications. But if you look closely, there are a host of subtle changes to the user interface in the new operating system, all designed to improve on the original Leopard and enhance your Mac experience. This show takes you through some of the changes and demonstrates how they can help you be more efficient and productive. This week's show includes: 32-bit vs 64-bit - A brief explanation of the difference and why you shouldn't worry that your MAc is not booting a 64-bit kernel just yet. Improved Finder - Completely re-written in Cocoa and to take advantage of 64-bit and Grand central dispatch, the Finder now has a new lease of life with sparkling performance. Together with a few whistles and bells to boot. Changes to the Dock & Stacks - Some nice polish applied in these areas with some subtle but necessary changes to Stacks Exposé - Worth the price of the upgrade alone! Exposé has had a major rework turning it from a cool piece of technology to demo your Mac, to a really use productivity tool. The show demonstrates the many ways of using the new supercharged version of Exposé including: Standard Exposé Exposé in the Dock Exposé via the Application Switcher Dragging & Dropping via Exposé Exposé & Spaces This is just the first of an occasional series of Snow Leopard related shows to illustrate the power of this brand new operating system. As an extra on this weeks show, there is also a short segment for ScreenCastsOnline Extra! announcing and demonstrating the availability of a brand new plugin for Plex. This new plugin allows you to access all your members content in HD from right within Plex. Just update the plugin, enter your username and password and you'll be able to stream all the Members shows in HD or ED. A big thank you to the Plex developers for creating this plugin, especially James Clarke - I owe you one James! Please note that if you're receiving this notification via the ScreenCastsOnline email notification service, the link inserted below is for access to the free version (or trailer) of this show. If you're a ScreenCastsOnline Extra Member you should receive the members version of the show via iTunes or directly from the ScreenCastsOnline Extra Members website.
4 Sep 2009
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!!!WATCH THIS RARE FOOTAGE OF A SNOW LEOPARD " HELLO TO BIG CAT KEEPERS!!! Even though Snow Leopards are classed as a greater cat just like the lion and tiger, it cannot roar like it's relatives! They can hiss, mew, growl, wail and chuff however, watch this rare footage of HERCULES our male Snow Leopard
13 Sep 2009
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[Trailer for Extra! Members Show] So you've had Snow Leopard for three weeks or so. Have you found all the subtle differences yet? No, neither have I! But I have found quite a few, all of which go towards making Snow Leopard a much improved OS. In part 2 of the Snow Leopard overview series, I explore and expose some of the new (and some not so new) features that you may not yet have discovered. This week's show includes: QuickTime X- The new and improved QuickTime X player is built on the brand new QuickTime architecture launched with Snow Leopard. I take you through the new interface along with a special section on screen recording and sharing. I also show you how to retro install QuickTime 7 if you find you need some of the more advanced features. Screen Sharing - Nothing new here you may think, but Apple have significantly enhanced the capabilities of screen sharing and I show you how. Menu Bar Icons - A little tip to allow you to get more information from your Menu bar icons Keyboard Viewer - Well the main difference is that it's resizable but when researching this section I stumbled across some functionality I'd not realised existed. A tremendous boon to help you with special and international characters. This isn't a Snow Leopard feature, it was in leopard all along and I didn't know it! This is just the first of an occasional series of Snow Leopard related shows to illustrate the power of this brand new operating system. Image Capture - I mentioned in a previous show that Snow Leopard would allow you to control the default actions of what applications (or none) load when different devices are plugged in. What I didn't realise was that, as well as this welcome addition to image capture, you can also share your devices across the network and access them from remote machines. 32bit Troubleshooting - Some hints and tips if the System Preferences pane restarts are driving you to distraction plus how to get around some issues with 32bit Safari plugins. So lot's to cover in this weeks show and that's still not the end of it. Look out for the third part of the overview series in a few weeks time. Please note that if you're receiving this notification via the ScreenCastsOnline email notification service, the link inserted below is for access to the free version (or trailer) of this show. If you're a ScreenCastsOnline Extra Member you should receive the members version of the show via iTunes or directly from the ScreenCastsOnline Extra Members website.
19 Sep 2009
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Rob Griffiths demonstrates six Snow Leopard tips that you may or may not be familiar with.
10 Oct 2009
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