Tuts+ Mac Podcast 3: Windows on a Mac

 

In episode three, of the Tuts+ Mac Podcast, Jordan explains to Johnny why running Microsoft Windows on a Mac is a good idea and why some people want to, or need to, do this.  You can listen above, or subscribe on iTunes.

Jordan explains different options of running Windows, or Windows programs, using BootCamp, virtualisation software or software to accommodate Windows programs on an ad-hoc basis without needing VMware Fusion or Parallels.

Johnny learns the pros and cons of each of the options that Jordan discusses.

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Tuts+ Mac Podcast 2: Password Security

 

In episode two, of the Tuts+ Mac Podcast, Jordan explains to Johnny why he shouldn’t be using the same password for everything he does.  You can listen above, or subscribe on iTunes.

Jordan explains importance of unique passwords, not using dictionary words and introduces techniques for making passwords increasingly secure.

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Tuts+ Mac Podcast 1: Backups

 

This is the first episode of the exciting new Tuts+ Mac Podcast! In this episode Johnny and Jordan kick things off with a discussion about backups. You can listen above, or subscribe on iTunes.

Jordan and Johnny discuss accidental deletions, failing hard drives and lost or stolen Macs as being important reasons for backing up your data.

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Back to the Mac Podcast, Episode 17

 

Back to the Mac Podcast, Episode 17

This podcast was a collaboration with Dr Richard Harkness. It was the tenth podcast that I recorded and edited for publication by Alex Arena.

Back to the Mac, or BTTM, ran for a total of 26 episodes, most of which have been lost to internet history. It was good fun whilst it lasted and we had an average five-star review from seven listeners. I’m not sure how many more we reached.

I rescued this episode from an old, portable hard drive.

Back to the Mac Podcast, Episode 16

 

Back to the Mac Podcast, Episode 16

This podcast was a collaboration with Dr Richard Harkness. It was the sixteenth podcast that I recorded and edited for publication by Alex Arena.

Back to the Mac, or BTTM, ran for a total of 26 episodes, most of which have been lost to internet history. It was good fun whilst it lasted and we had an average five-star review from seven listeners. I’m not sure how many more we reached.

I rescued this episode from an old, portable hard drive.

Back to the Mac Podcast, Episode 15

 

Back to the Mac Podcast, Episode 15

This podcast was a collaboration with Dr Richard Harkness. It was the fifteenth podcast that I recorded and edited for publication by Alex Arena.

Back to the Mac, or BTTM, ran for a total of 26 episodes, most of which have been lost to internet history. It was good fun whilst it lasted and we had an average five-star review from seven listeners. I’m not sure how many more we reached.

I rescued this episode from an old, portable hard drive.

Back to the Mac Podcast, Episode 14

 

Back to the Mac Podcast, Episode 14

This podcast was a collaboration with Dr Richard Harkness. It was the fourteenth podcast that I recorded and edited for publication by Alex Arena.

Back to the Mac, or BTTM, ran for a total of 26 episodes, most of which have been lost to internet history. It was good fun whilst it lasted and we had an average five-star review from seven listeners. I’m not sure how many more we reached.

I rescued this episode from an old, portable hard drive.

Back to the Mac Podcast, Episode 13

 

Back to the Mac Podcast, Episode 13

This podcast was a collaboration with Dr Richard Harkness. It was the thirteenth podcast that I recorded and edited for publication by Alex Arena.

Back to the Mac, or BTTM, ran for a total of 26 episodes, most of which have been lost to internet history. It was good fun whilst it lasted and we had an average five-star review from seven listeners. I’m not sure how many more we reached.

I rescued this episode from an old, portable hard drive.

Back to the Mac Podcast, Episode 12

 

Back to the Mac Podcast, Episode 12

This podcast was a collaboration with Dr Richard Harkness. It was the twelfth podcast that I recorded and edited for publication by Alex Arena.

Back to the Mac, or BTTM, ran for a total of 26 episodes, most of which have been lost to internet history. It was good fun whilst it lasted and we had an average five-star review from seven listeners. I’m not sure how many more we reached.

I rescued this episode from an old, portable hard drive.

Back to the Mac Podcast, Episode 10

 

Back to the Mac Podcast, Episode 11

This podcast was a collaboration with Dr Richard Harkness. It was the tenth podcast that I recorded and edited for publication by Alex Arena.

Back to the Mac, or BTTM, ran for a total of 26 episodes, most of which have been lost to internet history. It was good fun whilst it lasted and we had an average five-star review from seven listeners. I’m not sure how many more we reached.

I rescued this episode from an old, portable hard drive.