MacNotables #1013: Jim Dalrymple on the iPad as a Musician’s Tool, The Wall Street Journal Pricing Model, the Microsoft Kin and More

Jim Dalrymple of The Loop is back to update us on the status of his album project before discuss a wide variety of Mac news stories. Jim provides his thoughts on Avid’s discontinuance of the Digidesign brand, the iPad as a musician’s device, and Apple’s requirement of native coding for the iPad. Jim also talks about one of the worst iPad apps, along with some of his favorites, the Wall Street Journal iPad app pricing model, Apple’s iPad feature set choices, the Microsoft Kin, and what appears the be the end of Palm.

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