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Answers to your tech questions for your Apple devices and beyond. Dave Hamilton and friends come together weekly to answer your questions and discuss things of interest to Apple and Mac geeks, presenting them in ways that are both entertaining and informative for the average listener.
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Jeff Gamet joins Pilot Pete and Dave Hamilton to talk about Apple’s WWDC announcements including the new 15″ MacBook Air, the Apple Silicon Mac Pro, iOS 17, iPadOS 17, macOS Sonoma and, of course, Apple’s new spatial computing headset: The Apple Vision Pro. Chapters/Timestamps/Stuff mentioned: 00:00:00 Mac Geek Gab 985 for later-in-the-day on Monda…
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Vague instructions from the Board or CEO are the norm, and in fact mean great opportunity. Listen to this episode of Troubleshooting Agile to discover why there's no recipe that gets the right answers to executive problems, with Squirrel & Jeffrey!Links:- The Psychology of being a CEO: https://a16z.com/2011/03/31/whats-the-most-difficult-ceo-skill-…
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In this episode Dave Hamilton and Pilot Pete bring you a treasure trove of quick tips, insights, cool stuff found, troubleshooting mistakes, and expert advice. So, fasten your seatbelts and get ready for a mind-blowing Apple journey. As we always say, “Don’t Get Caught” without the latest tech knowledge! Quick Tips for the Savvy Mac User: Disable “…
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Welcome back, Mac Geeks! In this episode of Mac Geek Gab, your go-to podcast for all things Mac, our hosts Dave Hamilton, John F. Braun, and Pilot Pete dive deep into the digital waters of Apple’s ecosystem, covering everything from Quick Tips to solving your burning questions. So, strap in and Don’t Get Caught in the whirlwind of tech unaware! Qui…
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You can be your own "devil's advocate" to boost the quality of what you produce. Listen to this episode of Troubleshooting Agile to learn how and why to be self-critical, with Squirrel and Jeffrey!Links:- Devil's Advocate: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Devil's_advocate- Six Thinking Hats: https://www.debonogroup.com/services/core-programs/six-think…
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In this episode, hosts Dave Hamilton, John F. Braun, and Pilot Pete kicked off with listener Dan’s quick tip on how to select groups of photos on iPhone rapidly. Dan discovered that swiping from left to right, starting from the first desired photo and scrolling downwards without lifting your finger, allows you to select multiple photos in subsequen…
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Flickr started as an online game, but the company quickly learned that they had much greater value on tap as a photo site, and "unsold" their initial customers instead of sticking to their original idea. By being curious, you can learn what the market really needs, jettison the custom-built "products" that are holding you back, and keep the right c…
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Welcome to another exciting episode of Mac Geek Gab, hosted by Dave Hamilton, John F. Braun, and Pilot Pete. In this episode, we’ll explore a variety of quick tips to enhance your Mac experience, discuss popular notetaking apps, and share some cool stuff we found. So sit back, relax, and let’s dive into the world of Mac Geekery. And remember, Don’t…
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Are you building a house of cards? On this week’s episode, Squirrel talks about how to test the value of what you’re doing using mark to market - and how not to be Silicon Valley Bank! Listen to find out why you should aim to bring new software to the market every day and what methods of testing you can use to make sure that you’re always adding va…
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Are you a Mac user looking to keep up with the latest tech tips and tricks? Then you don’t want to miss Mac Geek Gab 980! In this episode, hosts Pilot Pete, John F. Braun, and Dave Hamilton share their expertise and knowledge on a range of topics, from Apple Maps Favorites to setting up a passkey for your Google Account, and more. Let’s dive in and…
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Are “Try-Hards” slowing down your team? On this week’s episode, Jeffrey describes a type of person that shows up in a lot of organisations - someone who isn’t competent, but sounds like they are! Listen to find out about how you can spot (or self-identify) a “Try-Hard” by discounting their visibility and focussing only on their expertise. Links:- H…
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In this episode of Mac Geek Gab, Pilot Pete, John F. Braun, and Dave Hamilton start with some Quick Tips shared by the audience. Bruce, Erik, Ben, and Wayne share the tip of using Cmd-Shift-Period for showing hidden/invisible files in Finder. Scott shares a better way of navigating messages on Mac, while Henry provides more Safari address bar navig…
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Are you pushing alone or pushing together? On this week’s episode, we take a closer look at how to be helpfully demanding and how to identify removable discomfort, with a story about helping a product manager who's "pushing" for progress toward a quarterly goal. Listen to find out how to approach your conversations with more curiosity, so you can u…
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Welcome back, Mac Geek Gab listeners! In episode 978, our hosts Dave Hamilton, John F. Braun, and Pilot Pete dive into a wide range of Mac tips, tricks, and troubleshooting. This episode is packed with valuable advice for Mac users, covering topics from setting a shared screenshots folder to managing your Mac’s battery life. Setting a Shared Screen…
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Are assumptions killing your curiosity? On the podcast this week, Squirrel and Jeffrey discuss abduction - but not the alien kind!! Listen to learn about the methods of abductive reasoning and coherence busting, and find out how you can apply the principles of Wordle to improve your outcomes.Links:- Abductive reasoning: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/w…
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This week, your three favorite geeks delve into some of the coolest tech finds for Apple users, share insightful tips, and answer listener questions. Let’s explore the highlights of Mac Geek Gab 977, aired on Monday, April 17th, 2023. Cool Stuff Found The podcast starts with an interesting collection of cool stuff found by the hosts and listeners. …
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Are you wearing a Viking helmet, sun hat or graduate cap? On the podcast this week, Squirrel and Jeffrey are joined again by fellow podcast host duo Russell and Ken of the “I Need to F-ing Talk To You” podcast.In this episode, Russell and Ken detail the "hats" they use to identify the different patterns of human behavior that affect conversations, …
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Welcome to Mac Geek Gab 976 for Monday, April 10th, 2023! Today, your three favorite geeks – Dave Hamilton, Pilot Pete, and John F. Braun – are here to guide you through a fascinating episode filled with Quick Tips, app recommendations, and troubleshooting advice. Remember, our motto is: Don’t Get Caught! Let’s dive into the agenda and see what’s i…
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Can you speed up your learning with improv? On the podcast this week, Squirrel and Jeffrey are joined by fellow podcast host duo Russell and Ken of the “I Need to F-ing Talk To You” podcast. In this episode, Russell and Ken discuss their Forum Theatre for Business methods and Squirrel considers if they’ve been missing a trick by not incorporating r…
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In the latest episode of Mac Geek Gab, our three favorite geeks, Dave Hamilton, John F. Braun, and Pilot Pete, delivered an exciting and informative podcast that touched on a variety of topics. From quick tips to detailed discussions, episode 975 is packed with valuable information for Mac enthusiasts. The podcast started with quick tips (QT) cover…
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Can it really be more effective to throw out the plan? This week on the podcast, Squirrel talks about his late-night escapades at improv classes and why he’d prefer to travel to Mars in a starship, not a rocket. Join Squirrel and Jeffrey to find out how you can use improvisation to benefit your business.Links:- Squirrel's Making It Up event: https:…
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Unlock the secrets of Finder with sorting, dragging, and tagging mastery! Experience lightning-fast message reactions, and let John and Dave guide you in conquering Safari spam notifications. Join the thrilling adventure with your two all-time favorite geeks, diving into your questions and unveiling tips, Cool Stuff Found, and more to supercharge y…
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Scrum. XP. Kanban. Squads. Pods. Feature teams. Trying to figure out the ideal tech team structure and process? Listen to this first! On this week’s episode, Squirrel and Jeffrey discuss why the "right" choice isn’t going to solve your problems, and what you should be focusing on instead.Links:- Squirrel’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/douglassquirr…
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The Finder can be a drag…the good kind! And swiping right in Safari might not have the effect you think. Press play and listen to John F. Braun, Pilot Pete, and Dave Hamilton share these Quick Tips and SO many more. Plus, your three favorite geeks answer your questions and share your Cool Stuff Found, too. You’re guaranteed to learn at least five n…
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Jeffrey is fresh in from IT Revolution’s DevOps Forum in Portland, where one of his takeaways was the power of streamlining and doing the absolute minimum. Join us on this week’s episode where Jeffrey discusses what tech teams can learn from the calamitous collapse and subsequent rebuilding of a highway outside San Francisco in 2007, and Squirrel s…
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Is your Mac running out of memory? It might tell you it is, but is it really, or is something else going on? Listen as John F. Braun, Pilot Pete, and Dave Hamilton talk through this and all your other questions, providing context, answers, and those tangential Quick Tips that you know and love. Cool Stuff Found from both you and your three favorite…
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Study Groups are a great way of developing new skills in the team and strengthening the learning culture in your organisation, but if not executed currently, their impact can be limited. Listen to this week’s episode to discover how to get company-wide benefits from your study group, and why you shouldn’t look at learning activities as “perks” for …
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What do you use for spam filtering? How do you efficiently file Mail? What’s your favorite trick for the macOS Finder? Listen as your three geeks share their and your thoughts on this while answering your questions and helping to solve your problems. Press play and learn five new things along with Dave, John, and Pilot Pete! Chapters/Timestamps/Stu…
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Is there a place for Stack Ranking? Squirrel and Jeffrey concur that Stack Racking can be problematic, but Jeffrey has some ideas about where this sub-par practice comes from, which underline the importance of difficult conversations about performance no matter how you create them (even with a stack rank)Links:- Vitality Curve (Stack Ranking):https…
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Press play to learn how to use your Apple Pencil to take screenshots and create tags on your iPad, make your iPhone display ALL the entries from Google Calendar, and much more! Join Dave, John, and Pilot Pete as they answer your questions and solve your problems, ensuring you learn at least five new things this week and every week. Oh, and hey…Don’…
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Could Chat GPT improve our conversations? While pondering a difficult conversation with an unhappy client, Squirrel took to Chat GPT to see if he could recreate the dialogue. Listen to this week’s episode to discover his findings, and learn about how you could use prompt engineering and role playing with chatbot to get better results from your conv…
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What is your current backup routine? Do you even need one anymore? John, Dave, and Pete talk through answers to all your questions, including this one! Other questions answered include how to dry wet AirPods, sharing only certain Contact info, using Security Keys with Apple Devices, fixing macOS Ventura’s pesky permissions warnings, and more. Plus,…
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This week, Jeffrey is joined by guest Elisabeth Hendrickson, who shares her powerful dream that inspired a new theory of office politics. Elisabeth and Jeffrey discuss the behaviors that lead to toxicity, and how to utilise the core value of consent to evoke positive change. Recorded live at CITCON.Links:- Elisabeth’s company, Curious Duck: https:/…
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