Tapbots' Paul Haddad talks WWDC and Tweetbot

Tapbots co-creator and developer Paul Haddad was kind enough to sit down at WWDC 2012 to talk about the keynote, and about their hugely popular Twitter client, Tweetbot.

We lost the dedicated audio recording, unfortunately, so all we have is the crappy camera recording. Apologies about that (we had several mic failures during the event -- suffice it to say, we're getting all new audio gear for next time).

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websyndicate says:

Good Interview but i wish the audio was better. I know its on the fly but a MIC would help so much.

fzwo says:

I think I'll wait till you add subtitles. You do plan on adding subtitles, don't you? As it stands, this is extremely hard to follow for a non-native speaker especially.

BillMcNeal says:

Would it be possible to post a text recap?

BryanTheRed says:

Two words, tripod and microphone...

zkarj says:

You've just told us it has crappy audio and is long. Please provide a written summary. Many of us don't have time for long form video but we'd love to hear what Paul has to say.