Second Hand Mac’s

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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…….

Episode 16 – Find My Pint Brew & Byte

Coming up on the show this week we have not 1! but 3 three wonderful guests , from a videographer, YouTuber, Rocket scientist to an App developer and Digital forensic expert and as well as being a CEO. This week we look at the Apps Rumoured AirTags and their possible uses, Who’s next in line as the CEO of Apple and not forgetting our feature today – Apple and Entertainment. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Episode 11 – Panel: Tina, Alastair, Martin, Craig, Special Guests: Christian Boyce, Aidan Fitzpatrick, Mark Ellis Runtime: – 81 mins The Show – Find My Pint? 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 1 | E 16 — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lmug/message
  1. Episode 16 – Find My Pint
  2. Episode 15 – The Tiger Girl and the Geek-O-Meter
  3. Episode 14 – The Skateboard Mac

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.