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Mac Tips Daily!

By Jonathan Cost

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Description

Quick Tips to enhance the user experience of Mac OS X! Providing tips to new mac uses & mac geeks around the world! If you want to learn how to use your Mac, we can help! Hear a quick daily tip, and then join us online for the accompanying visual guide! How-To, Reviews, Contests, and More! www.thinkmac.net

Customer Reviews

Best podcast for Mac users

This is by far the best source of useful tips for Mac users. Each podcast deals with one issue in a clear, concise and understandable manner. I have learned a wealth of information and today the podcast actually walked me through how to use the share folder (which I had not been able to figure out on my own). There are hundreds of terrific "tutorials" here. I use Tiger and was concerned that with the advent of Leopard the focus of the podcast would shift - but it hasn't, they now deal with both systems, without abandoning us Tiger afficianados. Highly recommended to all Mac users. This really is the one podcast I look forward to hearing every day. Thanks guys and keep those tips coming.

Mac Tips Daily Rocks!

I've learned all kinds of neat tricks from this podcasts. The ones I fancy the most are little hidden shortcuts (my fav is holding Cmd button in Finder to drag background windows around without changing their "layering" order). Learn something new everyday. Keep up the awesome work.

Worth every penny

The tips are just the best. Good for the beginner and the experienced alike. One a day is the perfect rate to absorb and use. It's really great that they are short enough that you don't have to listen to an hour long podcast to get to the meat. One suggestion: When you say "D" or "V" or "B", you might give a matching word so that I can understand which it is. Keep it up. I listen every day.