Debug 24.1: Jalkut, Nielsen, Siracusa on OS X. Still.

Debug 24.1: Jalkut, Nielsen, Siracusa on OS X. Still.

Daniel Jalkut, Ryan Nielsen, and John Siracusa join Guy and Rene to talk about OS X Mavericks and the future of the Mac, continuing with interface, scripting, and more. (Part 2 of 2.)

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  • John Siracusa of Hypercritical and ATP
  • Guy English of Kickingbear
  • Rene Ritchie of iMore.com
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    Rene Ritchie

    Editor-in-Chief of iMore, co-host of Iterate, Debug, ZEN and TECH, MacBreak Weekly. Cook, grappler, photon wrangler. Follow him on Twitter, App.net, Google+.

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    acondax says:

    I sub to the iMore podcast, what differentiates the other casts you do, Rene?

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    acondax says:

    That's a genuine question, I'm curious lol

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    zdn1042 says:

    This is what I got from one of the recent podcast they did:
    Debug - for developers
    Vector - for industry analysis and media
    Iterate - for designers

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    asuperstarr says:

    I guess I will give this a listen tonight!

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    BeyondtheTech says:

    I admit I'm queuing up on my I listened podcasts. You guys are just rolling them out!

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    stevesup says:

    Daniel Jalkut, I think, offered the takeaway: Apple will work on OS X cus' of developers. Way back, when the iPhone arrived, Apple wavered on developers. With previous partners like Microsoft and Adobe, surely Apple would never give a third party the run of its OS. Cue ATT and the cell boys. But with the iPhone, maybe Apple had its Sally Field moment, when developers showed it the love they had withheld for a decade. Yeow, says Apple, by encouraging apps broad sources, meaning many developers, it could fend off the chance that any one of them could become an Adobe. And do it did. And the app economy was born.