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Hosts: Leo Laporte, Scott Bourne, Alex Lindsay, Chris Breen, Liana Lehua
- Privacy Warfare: IMEI’s transmitted from iPhone to apple? Now proved to be probably incorrect.
- The Amazon Kindle-Built around a business model, not the consumer (Note from the shownotes writer: However, the Kindle is probably the best ever use of a 3G cellular data network as a replacement for wifi, after all, no service plan!)
- Light frothy talk on potential macworld scenarios, Leo predicts a new iPhone (Write it down folks!)
- Don’t forget apple did make a digital camera, the Apple Quicktake! Which had a resolution of 640X480, the same as the iPhone! (Your iPhone, its a new Apple Newton! Its a new Apple Quicktake, its also a hard-to-use cellphone!…)
- Not much else this week really, this time of year is always slow for
news, all the holiday season products have been anounced, but the pre
MacCESworld hype isn’t quite ready to come out of the oven….
We got a lot for our Pick Dollar This week! (First the Alex:$700, and now the pick dollar, these guys practically are a currency factory!):
- Liana-DiskinventoryX-Visualise Data in your mac
- Scott-Creative Aurvana X-Fi® Headphones- As good (and better for the purposes of a high dynamic range) than the famed Bose noise cancelling headphones.
- Leo-Dockchanger (for $10.00) from Whimsically Pluck Software and…
- Leopaque, bring back the opaque menu bar! and its free!
- Chris Breen-Amadeus Pro-A good stable audio editor for $40
- Alex-Omnifocus-Pro-Grade GTD (Getting this done), with influence by MBW’s Merlin Mann!-Free in Beta ($39.95 if you pre-order during the beta, or have omnioutliner pro)-$79.95 on release in January
- Scott-Rock band gor Xbox 360 (and even PS2!), Guitar hero just got outgamed.
- Chris-The Krazy Kats Comic, being reprinted in limited form
- Alex-Red, not the colour, the camera company that blows everything else out of the water…
Shownotes by Shash
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