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MacVoices #16164: Tonya Engst On macOS Sierra Beta, Keeping Up Or Not, and Hardware Lifespans

August 22, 2016

Tonya Engst is back for an eclectic conversation that starts out with how she is approaching macOS Sierra beta and what she’s looking forward to. Then she shares her thoughts on work life balance and the implications for “keeping up” or not, as well as a different way to look at the issue of hardware lifespans and how it might affect your buying decisions. Along the way, Tonya identifies four different types of geeks – which one(s) are you?

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