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Come Party With The Cult of Mac At MacWorld!

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MacWorld/iWorld 2014 is less than a week away which means the Cult of Mac team is gearing up to descend on Moscone North for three days of non-stop Apple-related gizmos, speakers, workshops and other nonsense.

We’re bringing the best 30 minute Apple conversation you’re going to hear aaaaaaaall week long to the event live on Thursday, March 27th at 8pm. Come join us for our live CultCast recording party at The Box SF for a night of prizes, Apple conversation, drinks galore and hopefully a couple surprises.

Erfon, Leander, Buster and Alex will be hanging out all night bringing out the laughs and immature humor along with the rest of our SF staff. Hopefully we’ll get around to talking about Apple too thanks to our hosts DigiDNA and MacUpdate.

Entry is free and we’ll be grooving all night thanks to music from producer Egadz and his funky arcade electro button box – a must hear for electronic music fans and geeks.

And beer will flow like wine. (Shhh… yes you know: open bar!)

The New Year’s Mac Bundle: 9 Powerful Apps That Will Boost Your Productivity [Deals]

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The end of the year is fast approaching, and that means it’s time to start thinking about levelling up for the year ahead. Their are several apps available for the Mac that can help you do that, and Cult of Mac Deals has put together a bundle that takes some of these apps and packages them together at a very attractive price.

With The New Year’s Mac Bundle, you’ll get 9 helpful apps for one incredibly low price of $14.99. That’s 90% off – which works out to just over a dollar per app!

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Save Over $700 In 11 Incredible Apps With MacUpdate’s December 2011 Bundle [Deals]

Save Over $700 In 11 Incredible Apps With MacUpdate’s December 2011 Bundle [Deals]

MacUpdate always knows how to throw a good bundle, and their Yuletime offering is no exception, offering 11 incredible apps for just $49.99, shaving nearly $700 off of their full retail value.

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