If you’re a regular visitor here, you’ve noticed that we haven’t been posting much. That isn’t because we haven’t been busy, and here’s a few links to what we’ve been up to that I don’t think I’ve previously mentioned:
Last January at Macworld Expo, we were asked to sit in on a MacNotables podcast recording. We’re always happy to punditize, and we weren’t going to miss a chance to hang out with smart people like Tonya Engst, Andy Ihnatko, Ted Landau and Chuck Joiner. We can be heard on MacNotables #802. And if you’re wondering, yes, there is a picture of us at that link all crammed into the one small recording booth on the show floor.
In March at SxSW, Charles Wyke-Smith, a best-selling author and a heck of a nice guy, interviewed us for PeachpitTV. Yes, it’s us, and not just out disembodied voices! I only watched enough of Peachpit: Live from SXSW with Dori Smith & Tom Negrino to check to see if I was wearing the same shirt that I’d been wearing in the January picture, but I’m told that later in the video, I do let Tom get a word in edgewise.
Because we had a great time doing MacNotables in January, Chuck asked me to help him launch his new podcast series, MacJury. I was happy to, and last week I recorded my first episode: MacJury #805: The Death of Adobe GoLive, The Clones Won’t Go Away, and All Those Macs Sold along with Jean MacDonald, Dave Hamilton, and Dan Pourhadi.
As I’m not the only pundit in the family, Chuck tapped Tom to appear in the very next episode, MacJury #806: iTunes Same-Day-As-New DVD Purchases, Movie Selection, the Apple TV and More along with Jeff Gamet, Steve Sande, and Matt Neuburg. A good time was had by all.
Check ’em out! And if you ever want a guest speaker on your podcast, let us know.