Macstock Stories: Jim Rea

In this episode of Macstock Stories, we chat with Jim Rea about his history with Apple and developing for the Macintosh, the origins and development of the database app, Panorama, some cool use-cases of Panorama, and what encouraged him to attend his first Macstock in 2019.

Jim is a Mac developer ever since there were Macs, the founder of ProVUE Development, author of Panorama, and a frequent contributor to MacVoices.

Macstock Stories is a limited run series that focuses on the folks who attend and support Macstock each year.

Some Links to Know:

http://provue.com/
http://forum.provue.com/
https://twitter.com/provuejim

Everyone has an interesting story to tell, and this is Jim’s!

When I announced the postponement of the next in-person Macstock to July 2022 back in February, I also announced Macstock Stories, a limited run series that focuses on the Macstock Community: the very folks who attend and support Macstock each year. If YOU have an interesting story to tell, whether it’s a cool project you’re working on with your Apple gear or a favorite story from past Macstocks and you’d like to share it with the Macstock Community, reach out and let me know!

Macstock Stories: Meet Frank Petrie

In our very first episode of Macstock Stories, I sit down to chat with Frank Petrie about his history with Apple, lessons from film school, being a creative person in a technology-driven world, the origins of his blog, YMPNow, and what brings him back to Macstock each year.

Frank is a 3 year attendee of Macstock, a technology blogger, and a writer for ScreenCasts Online Magazine.

Everyone has an interesting story to tell, and this is Frank’s!

When I announced the postponement of the next in-person Macstock to July 2022 back in February, I also announced Macstock Stories, a limited run series that focuses on the Macstock Community: the very folks who attend and support Macstock each year. If YOU have an interesting story to tell, whether it’s a cool project you’re working on with your Apple gear or a favorite story from past Macstocks and you’d like to share it with the Macstock Community, reach out and let me know!

MyMac.com: MyMac Macstock Talk 2018 with Guy, Gaz, Barry, and Mike

Great to be on the MyMac.com Podcast with Guy and Gaz to talk Macstock 2018 and give a sneak peek of everything heading your way at Macstock and Barry’s Midwest Mac Mingle 2018!

Getting excited about Macstock 2018? The GMen are and they dragged…INVITED Mike Potter and Barry Fulk who just happen to be the driving force behind Macstock on to the podcast to talk about what’s going on this year. They also consented (not forced!) to being on video, so you can actually WATCH too!

Source: http://www.mymac.com/2018/03/mymac-podcast-698-macstock-expo-transcribed/

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Road to Macstock 2018: Mike Potter Talks About The Upgrades to Macstock 2018

Chuck Joiner once again treats us to a behind the scenes look at Macstock, it’s presenters, and sponsors in his special MacVoices video series, The Road to Macstock! In this first installment of The Road to Macstock 2018 he chats with Macstock organizer Mike Potter!

Mike Potter is gearing up for this year’s Macstock 2018 conference, and gives us a preview of some of the changes and upgrades to this year’s event. A renowned keynote speaker, a new conference structure designed to give attendees more of what they want, at least one new evening activity are among the changes. In an exclusive announcement, Mike tells us about a special film screening that will also be part of the event, and how it came about through a Macstock presenter.

source: http://www.macvoices.com/macvoices-18062-mike-potter-talks-upgrades-macstock-2018/

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Macstock Road Trip: Other World Computing

Join Mike on this Macstock Road Trip to Other World Computing’s corporate headquarters in Woodstock, IL where he speaks with OWC’s president, Jennifer Soulé, about their environmental initiatives including how they harness the power of wind, solar, and geothermal energies to allow their corporate headquarters and other locations to operate in an environmentally sustainable way.

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Bringing Context to the Road to Macstock with Bryan Chaffin

Chuck Joiner once again treats us to a behind the scenes look at Macstock, it’s presenters, and sponsors in his special MacVoices video series, The Road to Macstock! In this installment of The Road to Macstock 2017 Chuck chats with Macstock presenter Bryan Chaffin about Apple’s future projects and what it might mean for its users.

On the  Road to Macstock, Bryan Chaffin of The Mac Observer gives us a taste of the kind of timely analysis of events that he will deliver to the audience in Woodstock IL in July. This time, Bryan provides his thoughts on Project Titan, Apple’s automotive project, and what Tim Cook’s comments really mean. Bryan has a reputation for strong opinions, and this conversation is no exception.

source: http://www.macvoices.com/macvoices-17151-road-macstock-bryan-chaffin-apples-changing-times/

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