The MacJury starts out examining the debate between open and closed, and end up discussing the television programming options of the future. Along the way, a healthy debate between the benefits and costs of iOS vs. Android, whether there really is a “lock-in” for either program, and more are bantered about by Peter Cohen, Weldon Dodd, Chuck La Tournous, and host Chuck Joiner.
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Peter Cohen is Executive Editor of The Loop and Managing Editor of iMore. He’s also a freelance tech journalist who contributes to web sites and magazines around the world, including Mac|Life, MacFormat, and others. He co-hosts the iMore podcast with Rene Ritchie and is a frequent guest on other podcasts as well. You can follow his antics on Twitter.
Weldon Dodd, is the owner of Rewind Technology, a Mac-focused consulting firm based in Denver, CO, a contributor to TheAppleBlog on GigaOM, and the curator of ipadk12.com. You can find him on Twitter too.
Chuck La Tournous (Twitter) is a writer, marketer, musician, speaker, podcaster, pundit, art director, web developer and all-around geek. In addition to appearing as a regular panelist on The MacJury, Chuck speaks about technology, camping and marketing issues, and is a contributing editor for The Mac Observer. Once a year or so, he dusts off his bass guitar to play in the Macworld All-Star Band. His new site — trailcamper.com — is in open beta, covering the intersection of high tech and high adventure.