MacNotable Bryan Chaffin of The Mac Observer books a little time in therapy to talk about CES and Millennials before diving into a lively discussion of why Apple needs to be involved in politics. Using examples both obvious and surprising, Bryan makes his case and debates the performance of Apple as a company and and Tim Cook as CEO in an environment that is radically different that anything Steve Jobs had to deal with. Listen and consider “the truth according to Bryan”.
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Bryan Chaffin began using Apple computers in 1983 in a high school BASIC programming class. He started using Macs in 1990 when the Kinko’s guy taught him how to use Aldus PageMaker, finally buying a Power Computing Power 100 in 1995. Bryan is the cofounder of The Mac Observer and currently serves as Afternoon Editor. He has contributed to MacAddict and MacFormat magazines, and coauthored Incredible iPad Apps for Dummies with Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus. You can find out more about Bryan at his personal site, GeekTells. You can follow him on Twitter.