MacNotables #1007: Adam and Tonya Engst and Andy Ihnatko Examine the iPad In Depth

In the second of a two-part discussion with Adam Engst, Tonya Engst and Andy Ihnatko, the panel cover how the Kindle has helped the publishing industry, and why the iPad may represent an opportunity to fix the mistakes of the past. The compelling price points of the iPad, to 3G or not to 3G, how the AT&T connectivity plan stacks up against the MiFi, and who the iPad is appropriate for are all put under the microscope. The panel also discusses their Macworld 2010 sessions and activities. Find out who will be wearing the purple sneakers in San Francisco.

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Tonya Engst
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Andy Ihnatko
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Chuck Joiner
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MacNotables #1006: Adam and Tonya Engst and Andy Ihnatko Review the Amazon/Macmillan Skirmish and Discuss the iPad (Part 1)

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Links:

Chuck Joiner on Twitter

The MacVoices Group

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MacLevelTen – The Mac Media Group

Tonya Engst on Twitter

Adam Engst on Twitter

Andy Ihnatko on Twitter

TidBITS

Take Control books

Andy Ihnatko’s column at The Chicago Sun-Times

DropBox

He Wants To Kill Your Newspaper: An Interview With Webcomics Magnate Scott Kurtz – Andy Ihnatko’s session at Macworld 2010

The Year with No Media – Andy Ihnatko’s session at Macworld 2010

Email Client Showdown – Adam Engst’s session at Macworld 2010

Photo Tour of Apple’s iPad Introduction by Jeff Carlson and Glenn Fleishman on TidBITS

Netter’s Dinner at Macworld 2010


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