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MacBreak Tech is a no-holds-barred tech talk about all things Mac. We talk about technical Mac things like servers, storage, best practices and other stuff that is, well, technical.

MacBreak Tech is a no-holds-barred tech talk about all things Mac. We talk about technical Mac things like servers, storage, best practices and other stuff that is, well, technical.
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United States

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MacBreak Tech is a no-holds-barred tech talk about all things Mac. We talk about technical Mac things like servers, storage, best practices and other stuff that is, well, technical.

Language:

English


Episodes

Making Mac Your Business

4/9/2008
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Mac can be the basis of your business.

Duration:01:12:06

G4 NAS Drive Part 1

3/30/2008
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Put two big drives in a an old G4 and format as RAID 1.

Duration:01:07:03

alt iWork

3/5/2008
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Using iWork in ways never intended.

Duration:01:13:08

Hello World

2/20/2008
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Programming a Mac offers lots of different choices. The best part is so many things are free to use without restriction.

Duration:01:19:47

Emulating Anything

2/11/2008
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Modern emulators run all kinds of old and new software.

Duration:00:55:19

Sharing Music

2/5/2008
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Music sharing isn't hard. Airport Express, Squeezebox, an old Mac and your iPod can help.

Duration:00:47:57

Myths

1/21/2008
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Origins of myths about Macs are often lost to time and too often people still believe something that hasn't been true for 20 years.

Duration:01:46:31

Backmatic Automatic Backup

1/14/2008
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Backing up is something that everyone needs to do.

Duration:01:15:39

Resolutions

1/10/2008
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Use the new year as an excuse to get a new Mac, get more storage or making a faster network.

Duration:01:21:21

Trouble Shooting a Network

12/24/2007
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Craig wants to know all about configuring his network.

Duration:02:04:43

Quartz Composer

12/18/2007
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Quartz Composer is a visual programming langauge that supports different inputs, RSS and graphical outputs.

Duration:01:04:32

Buying a new Mac

12/11/2007
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Ignore the specs, the price and focus on what you really need your Mac to do.

Duration:01:13:22

Getting started with Automator

12/6/2007
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Automator in Tiger and Leopard is powerful if you practice making automation.

Duration:01:13:46

Renew Your Mac to New

11/29/2007
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For about a $100 you can renew your Mac to make it like new.

Duration:01:01:59

Welcome to Leopard

11/5/2007
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Leopard sports more than spots: Dictionary, Spaces, Cover Flow and QuickLook.

Duration:01:25:52

Before you jump to Leopard

11/5/2007
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Before you jump to Leopard you have some chores to do. We talk about what you need to do to make your Mac ready for OS X 10.5

Duration:01:17:51

MacBreak Tech: Unapproachable QuickSilver

10/15/2007
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Quicksilver is way more than just a keyboard-driven launcher. Using a noun verb grammatical model, you can do basic search and work effortlessly with applications, data, and the web.

Duration:00:38:06

Tech Support for Tech Support

8/26/2007
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It’s 3am and the #$%^&* won’t do what you need it to do. There is little chance of anyone being awake that can help you. What do you do? You help yourself that’s what. For guys like us calling tech support is generally a waste of time. Instead we look to a wealth of knowledge to solve problems. Here’s how you can help yourself.

Duration:00:41:57

Living with the Finder

8/8/2007
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Possibly the only commentary on the net in support of the Finder.

Duration:00:55:03

Network Topology

6/28/2007
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Network hubs, switches, routers and making your own cables.

Duration:00:54:33