Allison Harley previews her talk at Macstock this summer in this new installment of The Road to Macstock on Chuck Joiner’s MacVoices Podcast!
The Road to Macstock rolls on with a conversation with Allison Hartley of The Tech Doctor Podcast. Allison will be talking about accessibility from the iOS standpoint, and how her iPhone has largely replaced her Mac, and in many cases, does a better job because of apps and form factors. Surprisingly, Allison finds her iPhone superior to her iPad when it comes to addressing accessibility, and tells us why.
Chuck Joiner sits down with THREE Macstock Speakers in this new episode of MacVoices on The Road to Macstock!
Our next stop on The Road to Macstock features three different presenters covering very different topics. Dr. Robert Carter of The Tech Doctor Blog and Podcast will discuss Mac accessibility, Guy Serle of the MyMac Podcast will be showing tools and techniques to create podcasts from his iPad, and Tim Robertson of The Techfan Podcast will serve as ringmaster for the on-stage speaker roundtable discussions. The group cover their individual presentations, comment on Apple upgradability, and share if and how they use their iPads.
Chuck Joiner chats with Macstock Speakers Adam Christianson and Victor Cajiao in this next stop on The Road to Macstock!
The next stop on the Road to Macstock is a conversation with Adam Christianson and Victor Cajiao about their presentations. Adam will taking an educational angle looking at Apple and STEAM (Science, Technology, Education, Art, Music). Victor will discuss the power of an application everyone with a Mac already owns: Preview. The discussion then turns to what they each think are essential iOS apps for what they do.
Chuck Joiner sits down with Macstock presenter, Mike Schmitz in this third installment of The Road to Macstock on MacVoices!
On The Road to Macstock, we talk getting things accomplished with Mike Schmitz. Mike will give us an introduction to his favorite productivity app at the conference, and teases with some of his thinking on how to get organized for both production and just plain sanity. He also talks about some of the notes apps that he uses, and why it is acceptable to use several, as long as they make sense for your objectives.
Chuck Joiner talks to two more Macstock 2016 speakers in the next installment of The Road to Macstock on MacVoices!
On The Road to Macstock, Jodi Spangler and Melissa Davis talk about their team presentation that will focus on senior citizens and computing. Both are independent Apple consultants, but often go far beyond those boundaries. How being women affects what they do, their approach to servicing their clients, and some surprising favorite tools for being successful business people are all part of the conversation.
Chuck Joiner hosts two Macstock 2016 speakers in this new installment of The Road to Macstock on MacVoices!
The Road to Macstock ran through a hallway in the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas, where Don McAllister of ScreenCastsOnline and Allison Sheridan of the Nosillacast talked about their presentations, the event, and why Allison was wearing a furry tiara.