Jul 10, 2018
-Jerry mentions Merlin Mann and Dan Benjamin's show, Back To Workon the 5by5 network, and we try our take on their "Odds and Sods" concept.
-One of Jerry’s clients, an architect, has issues with Dropbox and syncing symbolic links. He offers a solution in the form of an application called Dropbox Any: https://www.sebthedev.com/macdropany
-Jerry also calls out a Dropbox support article that describes performing a manual uninstall: https://www.dropbox.com/help/desktop-web/uninstall-dropbox
-This same client has a debacle with an Aura drive and an experience where the Apple Store wiped the customer data!
Article on third party SSD compatibility:
-Sam has been working closely with a client to develop a proof of concept to roll out iPad Pro devices and finds challenges with the Microsoft Office products for iOS
-He has also had a very positive experience working with the business team and their measured approach when selling products to the customer
-Joe finds it funny that one of Sam’s solutions is to use Web Clips, an idea that Steve Jobs himself described as a “sweet solution” 11 years ago, a fact that John Gruber periodically jokes about
-In our “I should have known this” segment, Joe realizes while attempting to do a backup that he cannot backup using Time Machine to an APFS volume. He also finds that he cannot encrypt a Time Machine destination after completing an initial backup.
-Jerry has some follow up from the 10,000 Songs on Four Wheels Show and using the “Fuzzy Slipper Method”, coined by Jerry himself. He talks about needing WAN access when setting up a network for a customer in your office.
-Joe has a straight WAN port in his work bench area so he can truly setup a network for clients using unfiltered access
-Joe calls back to Dan Benjamin & Merlin Mann and how he used to listen to them constantly
-We had the pleasure of sitting in on Jeff Porten’s presentation
at ACEs 2018 and he has a new book out in the Take Control
Series. The book is called “Take Control of Your