Pixel Corps TV

Episode Guide


October 16th, 2007

MacBreak Tech: Unapproachable QuickSilver

Quicksilver is way more than just a keyboard-driven launcher. Using a noun verb grammatical model, you can do basic search and work effortlessly with applications, data, and the web.

August 27th, 2007

Tech Support for Tech Support

It’s 3am and the #$%^&* won’t do what you need it to do. There is little chance of anyone being awake that can help you. What do you do? You help yourself that’s what. For guys like us calling tech support is generally a waste of time. Instead we look to a wealth of knowledge to solve problems. Here’s how you can help yourself.

August 9th, 2007

Living with the Finder

Possibly the only commentary on the net in support of the Finder.

June 29th, 2007

Network Topology

Network hubs, switches, routers and making your own cables.

June 18th, 2007

Decompiling the 2007 WWDC

Decompiling the 2007 Apple World Wide Developer Conference.

June 12th, 2007

Hard Drive Recovery 101

Before you "try stuff" to recover a hard drive that won't come up on you Mac please listen to this podcast. What to do if your hard drive doesn't come up.

May 19th, 2007

Old Stuff Overview

What do you do with an old Mac?
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August 9th, 2007

Living with the Finder

Possibly the only commentary on the net in support of the Finder.

1 Comment

What an inspiring episode!

Submitted by pxlguy on Thu, 08/16/2007 - 18:15


Thanks for the new tips and reminding me of some old steps at keeping my workflow simple and in front of me.

I love the idea of current projects in the side bar! I'm thinking about color coding things that are current and having them show up in a Smart Folder, too!

One small thing that was lost in the discussion is Spring Loaded Folders. One of my Top Five favorite features of the Finder is the ability to hit the SpaceBar and have a new folder snap open.

Thanks for MBTech! I don't always understand it, but it makes me feel really smart!

Trent Armstrong
Host - The MannersCast
Everyday Manners for Everyday People

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