To mark the occasion of our 128K podcast, we talk about our first Macs. Memory lane is a road paved with over-priced RAM and tiny hard drives.
We also discuss how the Macworld Expo went without Apple's presence and what we think about its future. And finally, there's a rumor that we could be getting an authorized Steve Jobs biography. Maybe it'll be ready in time for the iPad?
It was the week that the Macworld Expo made. Sure, it was the first year that Apple hadn't been there in a long, long, loooooong time, but we still found plenty to get excited about. Our crack team of Mac|Lifers hit the show and brought you back enough tasty video of gadgets, widgets, doodads, software, and all the usual geektasticness you've come to expect from Macworld.
So join us in this very special edition of our greatest hits from the week of Mac Geek.
It's time for our annual super-fast video of the Macworld Expo floor. This year the show is considerably smaller so we were able to get the entire walk through down to about a minute. Check it out and hopefully next year, it's two minutes.
If you're frustrated by the App store's Genius selections, you should
check out Appsaurus by developer Hello, Chair. The application uses the
magic of algorithms based on selections made by you to recommend apps
you may enjoy. Confused? Just watch the video after the jump.
Earlier today, we ran into the devs at Quickoffice,
makers of a mobile office suite that allows you to create and edit
documents on the go, from your iPhone (and hopefully, for your iPad). We
got a quick look at their free (for a limited time) app Quickoffice
Connect, which allows iPhone users to access, view, and share all of
their documents across different online storage accounts, like MobileMe,
Dropbox and Google Docs.
Fans of the series Tale of Monkey Island can now play the game on their
Macs. Telltale has officially released the riveting, point-and-click
adventure game for the Macintosh platform as its official entry way into
the world of Mac gaming.