Episode 14: How Many Birds can be Angry?

On the last 2011 Simply Apple episode, Eugene and Mark cover exactly how many sales make an App Store star, whether Amazon’s Price Check app is a good thing, and managing all of you Mac app updates. But we didn’t stop there – this week we learn about DEVONthink from Nathan Douglas, a DEVONthink power user extraordinaire who shares the power and flexibility of the app and describes why DEVONthink users love the app as much as they do.

To go along with our interview, the fine folks at DEVONtechnologies have graciously provided two full licenses for DEVONthink Pro for our Simply Apple listeners.

To enter the giveaway, all you have to do is leave a comment on this post and tell any of the following:

  • How you plan on using DEVONthink
  • What you think Apple will release in 2012
  • What apps you’d like us to review on the show
  • What Mac/iOS problems you have that you’d like answered on the show
  • How you think we’re doing or how we can improve

The giveaway will end on Wednesday, January 8th at 11:59pm PST, so be sure to enter and spread the word!

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2 thoughts on “Episode 14: How Many Birds can be Angry?

  1. Pingback: eugene gordin » Blog Archive » Last Simply Apple Episode of the Year

  2. I think It’s possible that Apple might release a re-designed version of their MacBook Pro line in 2012. Rumors last year include a much thinner and lightweight design, which seems to fit the current situation. For one thing, due to the floods in Asian countries last year, including Thailand which produces the bulk of HDDs in the region, HDD has soared to about 150% of existing prices. Now would be a good time for Apple to move to incorporating SSDs as a standard across their notebook lines. While SSDs are still relatively expensive compared to magnetic drives, a smaller SSD may be already adequate seeing Apple’s recent emphasis on moving things to the cloud, even removing the Superdrive from their Mac Minis.

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