The Mac Observer's Mac Geek Gab Podcast Celebrates 200 Episodes

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The Mac Geek Gab recorded its 200th episode live.

In celebration of the 200th episode of the Mac Geek Gab podcast, this week's show was recorded live via the TalkShoe service, with listeners able to call and text in questions for immediate answers.

Mac Geek Gab Co-host, Dave Hamilton says "We wanted to try something different for the 200th episode, something to take the show to a new level. By recording the show live, we gave listeners a chance to have their Mac questions answered right away, and it added an element of excitement to the show."

Topics covered in the special 200th show include WiFi, Time Machine, Time Capsule, cron/launchd, Mouse acceleration, and more. To listen to episode 200, go to:

The Mac Geek Gab features two long-time Mac Observer staffers -- Dave Hamilton and John F. Braun -- talking about all things Mac. Dave is, of course, The Mac Observer's President (and you can visit his personal blog, too, to find out what else he's done), and John F. Braun is TMO's featured columnist for Monday's Mac Gadget,

Since 2005, Dave Hamilton, and John F. Braun have been coming together weekly to discuss things of interest to die-hard Mac Geeks as well as newly converted Mac users. Dave and John have an amazing ability to translate their geeky chatter on technical topics into a language the average Mac user can understand.

For more information on The Mac Geek Gab podcast:

About The Mac Observer:
The Mac Observer features daily in-depth Macintosh industry and product news, columns, and reviews, with the goal of ensuring that its readership is as thoroughly informed as possible. TMO's experienced columnists cover news ranging from stock market updates and industry opinion to technology overviews and product reviews, making it a critical resource in understanding the currents of the Mac industry.

The Mac Observer's Mac Geek Gab is a proud member of the BackBeat Media Podcast network. BackBeat Media is a publisher service agency representing the advertising and operations activities of online communities and podcasts, helping them to grow their businesses. Founded in 2000 by Dave Hamilton and Greg Snyder, BackBeat Media works closely with advertisers like Apple, Microsoft, Alias Software, Shure and others to ensure they reach demographically desirable web communities. Sites and podcasts are selected for quality of content, professionalism, credibility and the ability to reach a particular community niche. For more information, visit BackBeat Media's web site at


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