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macOS Sierra is almost upon us, and there are already some great tips and tricks to share. Some follow-up from our recent deep dive into Backups is included, too, as well as lengthy discussion about Amazon's Alexa vs. HomeKit!Chapters:

00:01:29 iPhone 7
00:07:00 Migrating to a new iPhone
00:08:44 iPhone 7 Home Button
00:09:31 Touch ID trick works on iPhone 7
00:10:25 Taking RAW/DNG Pictures on iPhone 7
00:12:17 Amazon Alexa is Winning big over HomeKit
00:25:24 SPONSOR: Other World Computing
00:27:53 SPONSOR: Bare Bones Software
00:33:43 Mr. X-macOS Sierra Tips
00:35:21 Tanel-iOS 10 / macOS Sierra Photos Memories
00:36:30 Be aware of your Location Services Settings in iOS
00:42:06 Jim-614-Power Supplies and Switching
00:43:20 Mike-621-EURion Constellation
00:46:02 Bill-621-Store License and Passport in 1Password
00:47:04 Wesson-621-Driver’s License Digital Storage
00:51:31 Leon-619-Protecting Against a Security Breach
00:55:24 Rick-Photos Export Followup (were you able to replicate this, John? I am not)
01:03:11 Ric-621-Screens for Mac vs. iOS
01:04:38 Jon-622-Powered Switch Battery Backup Idea
01:06:50 Dave-622-Oppo HA-2 DAC
01:09:04 David-620-Backup Clarifications
01:12:25 Jeff-620-Backups Follow-up and Chickens vs. Eggs
01:15:00 Greg-620-SpinRite
01:17:10 Ken-620-Protecting Your Clone
01:20:34 Kurt-620-QRecall and ZFS on the Mac
01:27:00 ProDOS 2.4 Update

Note: Shownotes are complete!

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Dave Hamilton

Dave Hamilton co-founded both The Mac Observer and BackBeat Media, and he is producer and co-host of TMO’s Mac Geek Gab Podcast. He has worked in the computer industry since the early 1990s, doing time as a consultant, trainer, network engineer, webmaster, and programmer. He has worked on the Mac, all the various Windows flavors, BeOS, a few brands of Unix, and it is rumored he once saw an OS/2 machine in action. Before that he ran some of the earliest Bulletin Board Systems, but most of the charges have since been dropped, and not even the FBI requests that he check in more than twice a year. Dave's reachable for paid consulting at DaveTheNerd.com and you can find links to him on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+ here, too.


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