MacVoices #13146: Jim Dalrymple On WWDC, Launching The Loop Magazine and Apple’s Tax Strategies

Jim Dalrymple  gives us his last-minute thoughts on what we will and won’t see at Apple’s World Wide Developer’s Conference (WWDC) next week, and The Beard Bash, and then turns his attention to the launch of his new magazine. Describing The Loop Magazine  as an extension of his own interests, Jim talks about how and why it is different from the web site, whether the development of this type of specialty, niche magazine is the harbinger of a new medium in publishing, and more. We rap up this conversation with a look back at Apple CEO Tim Cook’s performance before Congress, and why Ireland isn’t getting the same treatment as Maiden, North Carolina.

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Jim Dalrymple is the founder and Editor in Chief at The Loop. You can follow him on Twitter, you can follow his alter ego, The Beard as well, or join Jim Dalrymple Fans on FaceBook. He is a guitar player and dog lover who has been reporting on Apple for almost 20 years. You can find his blog at Sometimes I say things.