Saturday, August 29, 2009

Long-anticipated installation of Apple's Snow Leopard with VoiceOver!!!

Good day, all. It is time for possibly one of the best and most anticipated podcasts that BlindWorld has ever attempted to do. On August 28, Apple released Mac OS X 10.6, Snow Leopard. This version of the Mac OS has some very significant updates to VoiceOver, and I thought it would be really neat to do a complete installation, right from beginning to the very end. That, dear friends, is exactly what we have done. Buddy Brannan and I sat down late on the evening of August 28, and we began to podcast. By the time we were done, Snow Leopard was installed on a brand new partition and up and running for the very first time. Sit back, relax, and get to know the newest and sleakest "big cat!" Here, Ikttie, Kittie, Kittie, it's Shane and Buddy, and we're going to install you!!! Here is the show. Thank you so much for listening!!!

Sunday, August 23, 2009

IBart, traveling in the San Francisco Bay area.

Hello, all. Today, BlindWorld is back with yet another podcast for your listening pleasure. This one features a brand spanking new hostess, Miss Olivia Norman of Los Angeles, California. Olivia will take us on a brief tour of the IBart app for the iPhone. She will tell us how she uses this app when she visits her relatives in the San Francisco Bay area. I hope you enjoy this one as much as I do!!! Thank you, Olivia, and please do more in the future. We love it!!! Here is the show!!!

Saturday, August 22, 2009

a Brief Talk Concerning Imap.

Hi again, neighbors. It's Dennis Bartlett again! This time, Dennis shows us how he uses Imap instead of Pop, and as he has for quite a while, now, he demonstrates it using his iPhone. Hope you enjoy this one.

A Brief talk Concerning the iPhone and its Battery

Hello, all. Today, Dennis Bartlett, a regular contributor to BlindWorld, will talk to us about his iPhone and some perceptions about the battery. Hope you all enjoy the show!

Friday, August 14, 2009

Brief review of Navigon GPS with the iPhone!

Hello, all. Today, Dennis Bartlett takes us on a very quck and to-the-point tour of Navigon with his iPhone. As usual when doing this type of cast, Dennis is using his iPhone to actually record this one, and I love this approach. I really appreciate his contributions, and if any of you want to do the same, please email me, and I'll consider your entry. Again, thanks, Dennis. Enjoy the show, and we'll be back wht you again on the next episode!

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Grilling with Buddy!!!

Good evening, all. Buddy Brannan is at it again! He has his brand new binaural mics from the Sound Professionals, and he is up to no good with them! He has decided to take us with him as he grills some food for his family!!! Listen as he tells you what happened to the first part of the recording, which I did not upload! Don't be so hard on yourself, man! It happens to the best of us! Here is the show,a nd thanks, Buddy! Please continue to do more of these types of shows for us! I really appreciate your contributions to my podcast!!! Until next time, everybody, take care, and God bless!

It's Spaghetti time!!!

Hello, folks. I told you that we would be putting on a Spaghetti cast, and here it is!!! I do hope you enjoy this one! It was a little frustrating for me, but then again, this is my first time ever to try and make spaghetti. Sit back, relax, and have fun listening to the show!!!

Sunday, August 9, 2009

Informal Mac Discussion.

Hello, podcast fans!!! This morning, I am going to present to you a very informal Mac round table show. Five of us fellas got together and decided on the spur of the moment to do a podcast, so that's what happened. We even have two new voices for this one! I hope you enjoy it as much as we enjoyed putting it together for you. Here is the show!!!

Friday, August 7, 2009

Making Arabic Coffee!

Hello, faithful podcast subscribers! I've been telling those of you on Twitter and other social networking places that I would be making an Arabic coffee podcast as soon as I got the proper equipment. Well, it is finally here, and so is my shipment of wonderful Arabic coffee. On this show, we actually do make and drink Arabic coffee. I used an ibrik, which is a Turkish/Arabic coffee kettle. We put that on the burner and did our coffee making right here, and it was fantastic. If you would like more information about Arabic coffee, check out Coffee Break. The nice lady there would love to sell you some Arabic coffee, and she will even help you find traditional ibriks if you need them. A note to all listeners. Do *not* follow my advice on the podcast concerning the proper link to her site. I gave incorrect info in the show, so please do follow these show notes. If, for some reason you do not follow these notes, you won't get to the correct site. I'm sorry about that, but I'm not going back and re-editing the podcast just for that! LOL! Pitiful, right? Oh, well, sue me!!! See you on the next show!!!