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  1. DredgeLand Interview Spectacular Volume 2: Robin Ince | AhhGee Productions

    http://ahhgeeproductions.com/podcast-player/2150/dredgeland-interview-spectacular-volume-2-robin-ince.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 34.30 | Size: 49mb | Recorded on December 21, 2016This week, Andy and John interview one of the UK’s most intelligent and respected comedians – Robin Ince!  Listen in and hear Robin talk about all sorts of stuff including:

    Listening to show tunes with Brian Cox

    The difference between Shambles and Bookshambles

    Silly voices

    Rik Mayall

    Alexei Sayle

    Eric Idle

    Steve Martin

    Robin Williams

    Favourite bits of drumming

    Plus an extraordinary John Peel-Off.  It’s all here on The DredgeLand/Robin Ince Podcast Spectacular!

    www.twitter.com/robinince

    http://robinince.com/

    http://ahhgeeproductions.com/podcast/dredgeland-interview-spectacular-volume-2-robin-ince/

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  2. 153: Dressing For Success ( or dress the part )

    Recorded in April 26, 2016

    We are sponsored this week by Mac-MSP Gruntwork by LOGICnow . Gruntwork is the ultimate managed service package for you and your clients. "Think of what you would do when trying to solve a user’s support request: run a disk verification utility. Run permission repair. Update the affected software to the latest version. With Gruntwork, those chores have already been accomplished. Your time spent troubleshooting issues is greatly reduced when the common maladies are already ruled out. Better yet, Gruntwork prevents many common problems, so the Mac just works and you can focus on higher level tasks for your client." Find out more at - http://mac-msp.com/gruntwork and tell them CCP sent you.Mac-MSP is now part of MAX Remote Management by LOGICnowTOPICs:- The CCP crew chat about different modes of dress for client visits. Jerry leads the  discussion recounting a recent client visit and his "dress the part" philosophy.

    • Sam discusses His recent Casper Suite training and commuting to New York CityShow Path in Finder TitleThis tweak controls whether the full path will be shown in the Finder title bar.To enable this setting, type (or copy and paste) the following command:defaults write com.apple.finder _FXShowPosixPathInTitle -boolean trueTo reset this setting to the default value, type (or copy and paste) the following command:defaults delete com.apple.finder _FXShowPosixPathInTitleCWNA® - Certified Wireless Network Administratorhttps://www.cwnp.com/certifications/cwnaJAMF Training and professional developmenthttp://www.jamfsoftware.com/training/- Joe shares news about his future inter hires for the summer and his junior-junior techs.

    • Jerry enthusiastically shares a new book about the tech industry:Disrupted: My Misadventure in the Start-Up Bubble by Dan Lyons  HubSpot, a Boston start-up, was flush with $100 million in venture capital. They offered Dan a pile of stock options for the vague role of "marketing fellow." What could go wrong? "Wildly entertaining … Lyons has injected a dose of sanity into a world gone mad." —-Ashlee Vance, New York Times-bestselling author of Elon Musk 

    http://commandcontrolpower.com/podcast/2016/5/3/153-dressing-for-success

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  3. Incomparable Radio Theater | Jumpin’ Jupiter! (Episode 1.1)

    Written by David J. Loehr

    Directed by Serenity Caldwell

    Produced and edited by Jason Snell

    Original music by Christopher Breen

    CAST

    Philip Michaels as your announcer

    David J. Loehr as Paul Citron

    Moises Chiullan as O. Leo Leahy

    TIMMY PRESTON, GALAXY SCOUT

    Andy Ihnatko as Announcer

    Monty Ashley as Scoutmaster Greene

    Steve Lutz as Timmy Preston

    Jason Snell as JCN 3000

    Julian Snell as Guildenstern

    Jamie Snell as Didi

    Tiffany Arment as Lady

    Moises Chiullan as Scoutmaster Songh

    Myke Hurley as Joachim

    Carina Lutz as Gogo

    WHO SHOT MERLIN?: “All’s Fair in Love and Murder”

    Philip Mozolak as Announcer

    Merlin Mann as Merlin

    https://www.theincomparable.com/radio/1.1/index.php

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  4. 118: Bushel Bag Of Followup

    Recorded on September 15, 2015TOPICS:

    -  We're sponsored this week by Bushel - Bushel is a cloud-based Mobile Device Management (MDM) solution for the Mac, iPhone, iPad and iPod devices in your workplace. Designed to make the complex tasks simple so you can focus on business.Like Bushel? The Bushel Affiliate Program was made for you. After you sign up, we will provide you with a special link to share with others. Once someone signs up more than 3 devices from your referral, you start earning. Earning what? A percentage of their monthly Bushel bill, forever. It’s that simple. To become a Bushel affiliate, visit www.bushel.com/affiliates/ccp.- Sam discusses an authentication issue after performing the latest Yosemite server update.- Feedback from Daniel Escobar at Proactechs, our latest t-shirt level patron:"Thank you guys. Everyone at my company is mandated to listen to the show on a regular basis. It creates a lot of dialogue. A lot of times we are dealing with a new issue and you guys will comment on the same issue."Please visit our Patreon Page where you can support Command Control Power and help us bring you more commercial free programming. - https://www.patreon.com/cmdctrlpwr?ty=h- Joe revisits the topic of .temporaryitems on Mac Server and locked files, created in this case, for Microsoft Office applications. “.. all files being read only.""Where do .TemporaryItems folders come from?” Answer: When a mommy folder and a daddy folder love each other very much……General consensus is that using Open Directory avoids the issue.naming or permissions error on the destination volumehttp://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/mac/forum/macoffice2011-macword/naming-or-permissions-error-on-the-destination/b09492af-3726-4631-b0a8-deb71956d709?auth=1Word 2011 will not save to a server whose name is "files" or contains "files" as part of its name.http://word.mvps.org/Mac/CantSaveToServer.html.TemporaryItems on the network sharehttp://prowiki.isc-csg.upenn.edu/wiki/MS_Office_and_Network_Volumes- Joe shares his frustration with users pressing the power button on their Mac to turn it off at night- No news is good news … so says Linux and Unix. All processes return a status code, and you can expect that to be:0 - success1 - failure2 - abject failure- Sam shares a story of working with an educational institution not following up to complete work requests. - Joe clarifies the size of 172 space vs 192.168.x.xhttps://www.arin.net/knowledge/address_filters.html- Jerry shares a positivity experience on an out of warranty repair at a local Apple Store- Joe closes the story on his client with an ongoing Apple ID issue and shares what wasn’t shared.

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  5. 117: Charles Edge of JAMF Software and Krypted.com talks about the response to Bushel

    Thanks to Charles Edge of JAMF software and Krypted.com for joining us this week!Recorded on September 8, 2015TOPICS:

    Bushel - http://www.Bushel.com/ccpBushel is a cloud-based tool that anyone can leverage to manage the Apple devices in their workplace. The seamless interface can be accessed through an intuitive web portal that can be used on any device, at any location.- Require your client to prepare a list of questions when you are doing on site service or they come to your location.- A goal to adding managed service products like Watchmen, Gruntwork etc is have it cost you, about 10% of what you are charging the client on a monthly or yearly basis.- Like Bushel? The Bushel Affiliate Program was made for you. After you sign up, we will provide you with a special link to share with others. Once someone signs up more than 3 devices from your referral, you start earning. Earning what? A percentage of their monthly Bushel bill, forever. It’s that simple. To become a Bushel affiliate, visit http://www.bushel.com/affiliates/ccp"The Blue Ocean Strategy” - How to Create Uncontested Market Space and Make the Competition Irrelevant by W. Chan Kimhttp://amzn.to/1NkHNWIOzzy Osbourne and the "AMX Touch Panel" Remote Control- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uLfKGgqytokThe Apple / IBM / JAMF Collaboration - http://www.bfatechnologies.com/blog/biggest-winner-in-the-ibm-apple-dealEnterprise Mac Administrators Guide - by Charles Edgehttp://amzn.to/1i4i0GtDead Tech Books Instagram Account -https://instagram.com/deadtechbooks/Vera Smart Home Control - http://getvera.comCharles Edge speaking engagements:Mac Sys Admin 2015September 29 - October 2 2015, Gothenburg, Swedenhttp://macsysadmin.se/2015/Home.htmlJAMF Nation User Conference 2015October 13-15, 2015Minneapolis, MNMac Admin And Developer Conference UK 2015February, 2016London, EnglandYou can follow Charles on Twitter - @cedge318

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  6. 110: Clients Taking Responsibility & Ownership

    • Our Patreon Page where you can support Command Control Power and help us bring you more commercial free programming. - https://www.patreon.com/cmdctrlpwr?ty=h- Please support MacTech Pro Events, designed for the professional tech or consultant who supports Apple technologies.If you're a professional tech or consultant supporting Apple technologies, MacTech Pro Events are designed specifically for you, the Apple tech. As a CMD-CTRL-PWR listener, you get a special deal — $200 off PLUS a full year of MacTech Magazine in both print and iPad (over $100 when purchased on the newsstand). Go to http://pro.mactech.com/go/ccp/ for your discount.TOPICS:- Joe rethinks his current setup and contemplates purchasing a MacBook Pro 15”. Great comparison - 2015 MacBook Pro with Retina Display: 15-inch vs. 13-inch, http://www.gizmag.com/macbook-pro-retina-13-vs-15/37587/- Joe recently witnessed some screen aborations on Mis MacBook Air only to find that the application f.lux ® software to make your life better ( an app we have mentioned and enjoy ) was causing the issue. https://justgetflux.com- Dennis Wurster from Rochester, NY and @wild_eep on Twitter, joins us from Penn State MacAdmins Conference 2015http://psumac2015.sched.orghttp://macadmins.psu.eduDennis discusses the conference in great detail including focus and why IT admins should attend. Dennis focuses on his career and discusses moving from an IT consultancy to an educational environment - managing large amounts of desktops and portables. - Getting started with Munki by Greg Nagle - https://github.com/munki/munki/wiki- Imaging on OS X Learn by Video: Modular Vs Monolithic Images by Samuel Valencia, Keith Mitnick - http://www.peachpit.com/store/imaging-on-os-x-learn-by-video-modular-vs-monolithic-9780134184517-Joe introduces our Patreon Page where you can support Command Control Power and help us bring you more commercial free programming. - https://www.patreon.com/cmdctrlpwr?ty=h- Joe talks about Java Script scams: one of his clients got a “call back” from an IT support company but client denies providing any personal information.- Jerry’s recipe for removing Java Script in Safari:1. Force Quit Safari If Necessary2. From the Safari menu bar, selectSafari ▹ Preferences… ▹ Securityand uncheck the box marked Enable JavaScript. Leave the preferences dialog open. Close the malicious window or tab. Re-enable JavaScript and close the preferences dialog.3. If the Preferences menu item is grayed out, quit Safari. Force quit if necessary. Relaunch it by holding down the shift key and clicking its icon in the Dock. From the menu bar, selectSafari ▹ Preferences… ▹ Privacy ▹ Remove All Website Data to get rid of any cookies or other data left by the server. Open your Downloads folder and delete anything you don't recognize.- Jerry theorizes Java Script errors coming from “Nation Enquirer” style websites where clients click on random picture. In example: http://www.buzzfeed.com/awesomer/photos-you-really-need-to-look-at-to-understand?utm_term=.tkX1zYaWg&sub=2164772_1102366- Sam discusses the discoveryd fix that appears in Mac OS Update 10.10.4. Jerry mentions how the OpenDNS daemon on his Server needed to de de-installed and reinstalled to resolve runaway proceessors. The conversation continues with discovery and general workflow for upgrading client machines to 10.10.4.- Clients taking ownership and responsibility: Jerry discusses how some clients have an unrealistic expectation of monitoring software installed and endorsed by his company. Sometimes the client will deflect responsibility for issues on their computers. Allen Hancock of Watchman Monitoring mentions that there are very good ticketing workflows in their Forum, to track client issues. https://community.watchmanmonitoring.com

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  7. 109: Neil Ticktin, Editor in Chief and Publisher of MacTech

    Please support MacTech Pro Events, designed for the professional tech or consultant who supports Apple technologies.If you're a professional tech or consultant supporting Apple technologies, MacTech Pro Events are designed specifically for you, the Apple tech. As a CMD-CTRL-PWR listener, you get a special deal — $200 off PLUS a full year of MacTech Magazine in both print and iPad (over $100 when purchased on the newsstand). Go to http://pro.mactech.com/go/ccp/ for your discount.TOPICS:Neil & the CCP crew discuss the MacTech conference focusing on:- What makes MacTech so special- How to be a speaker and how speakers are chosen- How topics are chosen- Consistency across events? How does the conference maintain topic focus utilizing different presentersNeil discusses what it takes to make a successful conference and why the MacTech community brings people together.The conversation turns it focus on Neil’s background  (Technology & Communications) including his education:     Linguistics & Computer Science Degree     Speech synthesis at UCLA     MBA In EntrepreneurshipNeil was an an Apple Consultant and created a program called “Dialogue Handler'The origins of Neil’s own involvement in MacTech and it’s acquisition in January 1992. Neil shares his thoughts on where he thinks xMac IT going? - “A real future in Apple IT and people who are supporting others."-Chat about “The Day the xServe Died” & “Going where the puck is going to go”. Techniques to identify emerging technologies and “being smart” and not “hoping the bandwagon”.TO FIND OUT MORE:MacTech Magazine is available in print and also in iPad format with every subscription. - http://www.mactech.com/subscribeMacTech Website - http://www.mactech.comMacTech Pro Events - http://pro.mactech.comLook for “EarlyBird” PricingOffice for Mac and iOS Accreditation by Microsoft http://pro.mactech.com/about/MacTech Conference - http://conference.mactech.com/about/November 4-6, 2015 in Los Angeles

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