Mac Power Users Moves to Relay.fm

Mac-Power-UsersWe’re moving!

We’re pleased to announce that as of May 4, 2015 Mac Power Users will be moving to Relay.fm. You can find more details about this announcement in episode 253 as well as on the Relay.fm blog. Mac Power Users has had a great run on 5by5 and we are grateful to Dan, Haddie and the rest of the 5by5 team for everything they’ve done for our show through the years. But we’ve decided for the show to continue to grow we need to make a few changes.

This will be the last post on this site. All of our content now lives at Mac Power Users new home on the web, relay.fm/mpu. There you can find links to all our previous episodes, shownotes, contact information and more. This site will remain active during the transition but will soon redirect to the new Relay site.

The current podcast feed will be redirected as well and this is scheduled to happen this Thursday, April 30th. However feed redirection can cause problems so we’re asking everyone to instead please resubscribe to our new RSS feed to make sure you don’t miss an episode and avoid duplicate downloads. If you need help subscribing to the new RSS feed, you can view a tutorial. Once you’ve successfully subscribed to the new feed you can delete the old one.

Subscribe to our new feed at: http://www.relay.fm/mpu/feed

We’re very excited about this move and have some excellent shows planned for you. We’ll see you on Relay!

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253: Life on Mars

David and Katie chat with Dr. Ross Lockwood about the workflows he used while spending four months as part of a NASA-funded simulation studying what it would be like for humans to live on Mars.

We’re also announcing the end of our run on 5by5 and the show’s future.

Thanks to MPU listener Jigar Talati for assistance with the shownotes this week!

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252: Five Essential Web Services

David and Katie run down their top five web services for Mac Power Users to boost productivity.

Thanks to MPU listener Jigar Talati for assistance with the shownotes this week!

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251: DEVONthink

David and Katie are joined by Gabe Weatherhead (aka MacDrifter) to take a deep dive in to DEVONthink, a powerful document and knowledge management app for the Mac.

Thanks to MPU listener Jigar Talati for assistance with the shownotes this week!

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250: MPU Live: We’re Just Getting Started…

Katie and David are celebrating 250 episodes. This week we’re joined by Brett Bruney to discuss scanning on the go, we follow-up on LaTex, RSS and cord-cutting. We also address listener questions about splitting iTunes accounts, merging contacts, scheduling time to complete tasks and share listener tips about automating a home webcam, using Keyboard maestro, and sending automating reading RSS feeds.

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