Your Tech Life – #47 – Webcast (19 August 2010)

Another show recorded LIVE on ustream, so tune in Thursday nights at 9.30 – follow me on Twitter you’ll get the link to watch live! on this show I...

Another show recorded LIVE on ustream, so tune in Thursday nights at 9.30 – follow me on Twitter you’ll get the link to watch live!

on this show I talk about a way to win a Nikon Digital SLR, bring you the atmosphere at an Apple retail store opening, Discuss Channel 7’s new digital channel 7mate, and loads of great calls.

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  • Simon O
    24 August 2010 at 6:06 am
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    Just listened to this ep where you said you had trouble having a central place to store files on a network with both PC and Mac (@ 6mins on the podcast) I might be able to help.

    We use both a PC server and a NAS drive that we connect to on the Macs with Snow Leopard’s “connect to server” feature. Depending on the netgear stuff you have, this might be the go. The external device will be like a mounted drive on the Desktop of your Mac/s.

    And if you set up your Login Items correctly, the external drives reappear on the desktop of the Mac when you start it up again.

    Let me know if this sounds like it might be a solution for you.

    Also, I commented here on the iPhone and when I corrected some text above, I could scroll down. If there is text below, that’s why.

  • Anonymous
    26 August 2010 at 2:08 pm
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    THanks for the feedback – I’ll try it – I think witha READYNAS it works fine – but the STORA not so well, as its a more simplified network storage.

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