MacNotables #1222: Ted Landau Gives Up His MacBook Air, Doesn’t Trade His TV, and Looks at Safari and RSS

Ted Landau recently decided to part ways with his MacBook Air. Why? Ted tells us his thinking on the subject, then turns his attention to our buying and upgrading pattens as they apply to cars, computers and televisions. Why? Because those patterns may figure in to Apple’s success if they launch an Apple television. Ted also talks about Apple’s apparent misstep in removing RSS support from the newest edition of Safari.

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Ted Landau pens Ted Landau’ User Friendly View column at The Mac Observer, is a Senior Contributor for Macworld, is the author of several Mac and iPhone help books, and is the founder of MacFixIt. He blogs on Ted Landau’s Slanted Viewpoint, and you can follow him on Twitter.

Apple’s Safari 6 RSS Blunder by Ted Landau on The Mac Observer


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