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Victor Agreda Jr

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Victor's introduction to technology was the Apple ][ his dad bought in late 1978. Since then he's used Amiga's, Commodore's, Tandy's, even a PC and a Mac or two. Victor's background includes 3d animation and filmmaking, a bit of web development and programming. He taught multimedia and game design for 5 years at a technical college. His favorite artifact: a cassette tape with Applesoft BASIC on it, copyright 1979, by Microsoft.

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Are you an Apple tech or consultant?

Do you support others? If so, our friends over at MacTech have an event just for you. MacTech BootCamp III is the third incarnation of MacTech's successful event series, and it's specifically designed for techs and consultants that support clients, or those in their organization. MacTech events are...

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The Name Your Own Price bundle is back

This is a pretty amazing bundle, and you can, sort of, name your own price. Here's how it works: Users can pay any amount they want for four of the 11 apps in the bundle. If they beat the average price paid, they get all 11 apps including (Snagit, Flux, Tunes Cleaner and Jump Desktop). They...

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Music apps that use YouTube to listen to your favorite songs for free

Today Beats launched its own music service, which I'm trying out for the 7-day trial period. Engadget has a good writeup of the Beats Music experience here. I previously subscribed to Spotify, Rdio and Pandora. I've also been a big fan of Slacker (the comedy channels are awesome), Stitcher (for...

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Jelly uses photos to ask questions, maybe make a better world in the process

Jelly is an app designed to create empathy, according to Biz Stone, co-founder of Twitter. He should know, as it's his new company. Using Jelly, you post a picture and you Twitter and/or Facebook friends who also have Jelly installed can look, answer, ignore or forward your photo question to...

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TUAW 1 to 1: Brett Terpstra

In this very special episode of TUAW 1 to 1, I talk to Brett Terpstra. Brett is a TUAW alum, but the past couple of years you might not have seen him writing so much for us. That's because he was hired by AOL to work on TUAW, Joystiq, Massively and Engadget. His AOL codemonkey days came to an end...

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Wearable tech shows promise but has a long way to go

Wearables! Are you tired of hearing about them already? If you followed CES coverage this week, you might be a little weary of hearing the term. Like it or not, "wearables" or tech that you wear will be coming to your house sooner or later. For now the tech is still in the early stages, as...

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The many ways to get TUAW in your ears

As we begin the new year, I'd like to quickly remind our readers that TUAW also comes in a handy audio format, now in several flavors. You can catch our Daily Updates by evening, and they are a quick wrap-up of the day's top news stories (also available on iTunes and Stitcher). Or dig a little...

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TUAW on social, podcasts and more

Just a reminder as we start the new year that we have an active Twitter account, a hoppin' Facebook page, our very own Tumblr (where the weird stuff goes), and Google+ and App.net pages. You can sign up for our daily app newsletter using the box to the right (cleverly labeled "Subscribe to...

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A look back at 2013, a brief glimpse at 2014

And now a look back at the year that was 2013, a year full of surveillance stories and other terrible things amid a swath of pleasant refreshes at Apple. Some have called it an incremental year for Apple, and with the possible exception of the Mac Pro, I can see that. There was a lot of product...

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Happy New Year!

Welcome to 2014, a year of changes for TUAW. Stay tuned for more reviews, how-to's and analysis articles this year, plus new video and audio content. Thanks to everyone who made 2013 such a success, and we wish you the best in 2014. We'll be back with posts tomorrow, and even more next week....

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