Second Hand Mac’s

CraigHow To, London, News, Podcast, Reviews

The week the team was joined by Gary Rosenzweig, the host and producer of MacMost.com. Coming up on this weeks show, Apple has been busy having a spring clean as we say goodbye to the iMac Pro, and the HomePod, will we finally see and the AirPods 3’s and I challenge the panel with your tech questions, As well as a few other surprises…….

The Mac Studio and the Magic Beans Brew & Byte

Episode 28 – The Mac Studio and the Magic Beans The European Union  is trying to firstly manage Big Tech and now Communications? where does this leave Apple and What's new for Communication, Which colour bubble are you? and you can soon loan a Mac ? not forgetting the Mac Studio and Magic beans….. This week there's a few G3 Prismo's and an i5 iMac for good measure, And Apple's new display has a Chip in it…   We can't wait for you to join the conversation.. Panel: Tina, Alastair, Craig, Martin, Runtime: – 43 mins Show Notes: https://www.lmug.org.uk/brewbyte-show-notes/ Please leave us a review, we love to hear from our listeners   ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 📲 Connect with us via the links below: Twitter: @londomacgroup Website: www.lmug.org.uk Facebook: Join the group Become a member: Join here Contact us: podcast@lmug.org.uk Sponsor: The London Mac User Group Series 2 | E 28 — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lmug/message
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If you are curious, here’s a little bit about the man behind the Macmost. I founded and own CleverMedia, Inc., the parent company that owns and runs MacMost and a variety of other websites and mobile apps. I have also written a number of computer books, have spoken at many developer conferences, and teach through online courses.

I grew up in northeast Philadelphia. My first experience using computers was in school around 1980. My first computer was a TRS-80 Model III that I received as a gift in 1982. I taught myself BASIC in one week and started making games and business applications immediately. In 1983 I began using Apple II computers in high school and got my first Apple computer at home in 1985.