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WHS, Small Business Considerations, Blue Microphones Yeti, Audio Technica ATR-2100, Chrome Remote Desktop – HT101
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It’s the first show of 2013! Another full year of podcasting from the Average Guy Podcast Network!
Watch the Youtube Video above to see the iPod / WHS build that John Z talks about.
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Lastpass site: http://lastpass.com
WHS2011 at Amazon: http://amzn.com/B0050TVAWS
Magic Jack: http://amzn.com/B0011UXSHK
Starting your own small business: http://www.sba.gov/content/follow-these-10-steps-starting-business
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PC Support Tools Mentioned:
Hard Drive Dock: http://amzn.com/B001J8BPYM
Portable Apps: http://portableapps.com/
Hiren’s Boot CD: http://www.hiren.info/pages/bootcd
#6 Rich’s Random Podcast Generator: Windows 8 and the Metro UI, Mouse without Borders, Streaming Devices in the Home, Mics Accessories for Podcasting
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John Zajdler, Microsoft MVP – Windows Home Server and co-host of The Home Server Show podcast, and Mike Howard, creator of the jpeg2RAW podcast join the show this week. Topics include in-home streaming devices, a Netflix apology email, Mouse without Borders, Windows 8 and the Metro UI, and what will now be known forever more as The Full Fo-Shay.
Windows 8 is the new Microsoft OS equally at home on desktop and tablet. That’s due to the addition of a new UI library called WinRT, a set of API’s which among other things supports the Metro style. Windows Phone 7 users are already familiar with Metro – it’s the look characterized by tiles. While the Win32 API is still part of the OS, developers working with WinRT will be creating apps that run in a sandboxed environment meaning they won’t be able to crash the system, and they won’t be able to cause the infamous Windows ‘bit rot’.