OWC Blog – 1.27.21 (1.26.21)
Say hello to the next-generation mobile connectivity solution, the OWC USB-C Travel Dock E. It reduces the hassle of adapter and dongle heft while expanding your connectivity options with six essential ports: USB 3 Type-A, HDMI 2.0, SD card reader, and all new Gigabit Ethernet, and USB-C 100W power pass-through. Through its integrated USB-C connecting cable, the compact Travel Dock E lets you transform any location, be it a studio, classroom, boardroom, or coffee shop, into a mobile office. The OWC USB-C Travel Dock E gives you the ability to connect, charge, display, and import at will with USB-C or Thunderbolt 3-equipped computers, tablets, and phones.
Source: The Best Just Got Better: OWC Travel Dock Adds Gigabit Ethernet
OWC Blog – 1.20.21 (1.19.21)
The Photos app in macOS Big Sur has several new features that make a good app even better.
Source: How to Take Advantage of Advanced Photo Editing in macOS Big Sur
OWC Blog – 1.6.21
Keith Shively and I meet every-other Friday to discuss how the blog is doing. We go over more statistics than you can imagine – what the traffic patterns look like, what posts appear to be trending, what content people don’t seem to give a rip about, and most importantly, what information we believe Rocket Yard readers are really looking for. You see, Keith is OWC’s SEO/SEM guru and makes my job much more productive and enjoyable!
Source: The Top 14 Things People Really Want to Know About Thunderbolt
OWC Blog – 11.23.20 (11.17.20)
David Kalmusky is an award-winning, platinum-record producer, songwriter, engineer, and guitarist. The list of artists he’s worked with reads like a who’s who in the music business. Names like Keith Urban, Megan Trainor, Justin Bieber, Journey, The Sisterhood, Vince Gill, John Oates (From Hall & Oates) Motley Crue, and Carrie Underwood (just to name a few). You don’t get to achieve that level of success in the industry without having a knack for picking and working with not only the best people, but the best tools. OWC had an opportunity to speak with him via Zoom from Addiction Sound, a facility he helped design, build, and operates. In our conversation, David shared some insights on his music production workflow.
Source: Never Skip a Beat: Working with OWC and Avid Technology
OWC Blog – 11.10.20
I recently showed you how to use a used Mac mini as a media server for your home. Today, I continue the theme of recycling and reusing older Mac minis by turning one into a Linux server.
Source: Reuse, Recycle: Set Up a Mac mini as a Linux Server