Dana Stibolt

MacMedics

I was the Mac guy for Johns Hopkins Hospital and the Johns Hopkins Radiology Department

I was the Mac guy for Johns Hopkins Hospital and the Johns Hopkins Radiology Department in the 1990’s.

In the 1990s (when I had a full head of hair), I was the Mac guy for Johns Hopkins Hospital and the Johns Hopkins Radiology Department. I was there multiple times per week, and as a frequent visitor, I had my own Johns Hopkins ID badge because I was always taking equipment out of Johns […]

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“Trust, but verify” your Mac’s Time Machine backup drive!

“Trust, but verify” your Mac’s Time Machine backup drive! This high-quality G-Tech hard drive was used for Time Machine in 2015 but was re-used from their previous Mac. However, it died somewhere along the way and stopped backing up. I wanted to get a reading on how many hours it had been in service, but

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I recorded a mini-podcast about how new Macs have embedded hard drives and why you NEED Time Machine!

I recorded a mini-podcast episode about how new Macs have non-removable hard drives and why Time Machine is essential.It’s quick (about 10 minutes), and you can listen to my best radio voice explain some worst-case scenarios for data loss that a few MacMedics customers have encountered this year. If you need some motivation to start

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This is the face your computer will want to see when it falls ill.

This is the face your computer will want to see when it falls ill. Dana, the owner of MacMedics, has been fixing Macs since 1989. “The owner of MacMedics in Severna Park, Maryland, is basically an Apple magician. Dana has owned MacMedics for over 30 years! He fixed my vintage MacBook Pro at the service counter and had it up and running

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