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-Jerry humbly shares a story of formatting the wrong drive while preparing new external installers and things to watch out for in APFS volumes when booted from HFS+
-Joe almost attempted a migration to Sierra from High Sierra when setting up Judy's new computer
-Jerry compares HFS+ to APFS issues to the Dr. Seuss Sneetches
-Sam shares his latest experience with Daylite and how he has seen the power of the product. Our own Jerry Zigmont can help!
-This leads into a further conversation about Daylite as a product and methods of integration
-Joe has frustrations about Microsoft's auto update. It provides a perfect opportunity to discuss our friends at Addigy
-Jerry talks about some of his non-public facing websites to try and make things easier for his clients. But as it turns out, it ends up creating frustration.
-The group compares MSP models and how they all operate slightly differently
-Joe was listening to the mac catalog and has some followup from episode 231: “Grant BigLanik Easy Access” re: Amazon Gift Cards: very annoying, resulted in having to use AirPlane Mode to finish a recipe for Curried Butternut Squash and Pear Soup on AllRecipes.com. (Joe misstated this as SimplyRecipes.com in the podcast. The Editor regrets the mistake.)