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+Kirk McElhearn takes up the challenge of informing you about the changes and enhancements to the latest revision to iTunes in iTunes 12: The FAQ. Various interface elements have come, gone, come back again and been updated, as well as new capabilities added. Kirk talks about some of the most used, gives perhaps the most compelling reason that iTune shouldn’t be broken down into separate apps. How and why to make a simplified iTunes interface, why it is important to dislike as well as like tracks, and the new tags specifically for classical music are just part of what Kirk discusses.

http://www.macvoices.com/macvoices-17072-kirk-mcelhearn-updates-itunes-12-faq-answers-itunes-questions/


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MacNotable +Adam Engst outlines what their new TidBITS Content Network brings to Apple Consultants who are interested in providing their customers with quality information, but who don’t have the time or skills to compile. A subscription service with both articles and images, The TidBITS Content Network delivers tips and in-depth coverage of information created specifically for the service that are written and edited by experts. Adam talks about how the articles are received by subscribers, what rights they have to use both the articles and images, and why this was the perfect time to launch such a service.

http://www.macvoices.com/macvoices-17071-adam-engst-explains-tidbits-content-network-offers-consultants/


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MacNotable Bryan Chaffin of +The Mac Observer books a little time in therapy to talk about CES and Millennials before diving into a lively discussion of why Apple needs to be involved in politics. Using examples both obvious and surprising, Bryan makes his case and debates the performance of Apple as a company and and Tim Cook as CEO in an environment that is radically different that anything Steve Jobs had to deal with. Listen and consider “the truth according to Bryan”.

http://www.macvoices.com/macvoices-17070-bryan-chaffin-millennials-apple-politics-truth-according-bryan/


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+Mike Potter, the organizer of Macstock Conference and Expo, announces the speaker and topic line-up as the kick-off to our Road to Macstock series. This year’s event has expanded to two full days of sessions, will include more networking time, and even a game show. Mike takes us through the changes that were audience-request driven, profiles some of the presenters both new and returning, and covers some new components of the conference. Finally, Mike notes early bird pricing that ends soon, so sign up quickly!

http://www.macvoices.com/macvoices-17069-mike-potter-kicks-off-road-macstock-event-details/


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360-Degree and Virtual Reality represents some amazing opportunities and challenges for video editors, who need new tools and new techniques for production. +Chris Bobotis, Founder of Mettle, talks about some of the issues in this new world of communication and how their SkyBox suite of software helps creators tell their stories in a whole new way.

http://www.macvoices.com/macvoices-17068-chris-bobotis-mettle-discusses-360vr-editing-skybox-software/


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+Jeff Gamet of +The Mac Observer joins us for a behind-the-scenes look at how journalists approach trade shows like CES. From the first round of press releases to post-event contact, Jeff provides suggestions on vendors and exhibitors can improve their chances of getting the coverage they seek, and improving the quality of that coverage. The conversation covers business cards, appointments, video and graphic assets, booth signage and more.

http://www.macvoices.com/macvoices-17067-jeff-gamet-attract-attention-coverage-trade-shows/


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In this MacVoices Briefing, Chuck shares the details of his video rig used at this year’s CES, how it was better than those used before, and a couple of rough spots still to be smoothed out. Equipment covered include the iPad Pro as camera, the +iOgrapher, the iRig HD mic, a Manfrotto tripod and more.

http://www.macvoices.com/macvoices-17066-briefing-macvoices-video-shooting-rig-ces-2017/

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+Bob LeVitus delivers his opinion of Apple’s new AirPods before launching into the details of his latest book, Working Smarter for Mac Users. Bob talks about what inspired this book, why it is one of the most personal books he’s ever written, and the topics that it covers. From apps to methods, Bob can and will teach you how to be more productive, no matter what your personal circumstances are. Find out how to avoid staying late at the office and get more done by benefiting from Bob’s experiences.

http://www.macvoices.com/macvoices-17065-bob-levitus-will-help-mac-users-work-smarter/


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+Joe Kissell has a new look and a new book to start off 2017. In Take Control of Your Digital Legacy, Joe delivers a guide to making arrangements for the digital presences and items that we all have, and that are not addressed in traditional documents such as wills or trusts. From your social media presences to passwords, digital assets such as music and movies to personal files, Joe takes us through a logical process to protect ourselves and our legacies from inadequate planning or the ravages of time.

http://www.macvoices.com/macvoices-17064-joe-kissell-takes-control-digital-legacy/

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At CES in Las Vegas, Hansol Hong, CEO of +Robolink, discusses the features and versatility of their CoDrone, a small drone that can help teach kids to program, and can be easily upgraded with a Drive Kit to add wheels, or a camera to increase its functionality. CoDrone also comes equipped with built-in IR sensors for “drone battles” that are both safe and fun. Hansol talks about their inroads into the educational market, and the results from their efforts.

http://www.macvoices.com/macvoices-17063-ces-robolinks-codrone/

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