Podcast #33: Leopard Update, The Beatles and the Shady World of Scrapbooking

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Podcast #33: Leopard Update, The Beatles and the Shady World of Scrapbooking

The Leopard update gives the staff license to recommend the OS X update to everyone. While Paul McCartney's rumblings about The Beatles catalog arriving online in 2008 might have alterior motive.


Eugene shares some disturbing news about the competitive world of scrapbooking and Robbie gives tips in how to get the best holiday deals on Black Friday.


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Listen to it all now in this week's Mac|Live podcast.


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> Leopard 10.5.1

> Shareholders' Case Dismissed

> The Beatles on iTunes?

> iPhone Stock Widget Hullabaloo


> DV Nation 32GB MTRON Solid-State Disk

> Black Friday Ads

> iRemember


> Cake - B-Sides and Rarities

> Roxy Music - Siren
> David Sylvian - Secrets of the Beehive
> Johnny Hartman - I Just Dropped by to Say Hello

> Bridge School Collection - Volume 3

> Metallica - Bridge School Sessions



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Felipe Suñol

Whenever i get the Mac | Life podcast update i find myself with a smile on my face. Man... your show is FUNNY, i cosider the podcast as to be listened to listen to all of you rather than Mac news which i consider a plus. keep it weekly!

(ps: could not believe the guy named weiner featured last week LMAO)

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