MacVoices #14195: The MacJury Judges Apple’s Presentations and Messages

The latest edition of The MacJury convened to discuss Apple’s September 2014 event from a different perspective. Rather than evaluate the products themselves, the question was,  â€œHow effectively the message was delivered?” Is Tim Cook Apple’s best spokesperson? Was the Apple Watch message communicated clearly? Was the case made for Apple Pay? All this and more is examined by the panel of Katie Floyd, Mark Fuccio, Jon Seff  and host Chuck Joiner.

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Katie Floyd  is a litigation attorney and the co-creator and host of the acclaimed  Mac Power Users  Podcast distributed through the  5by5 Network. Mac Power Users teaches listeners how to get the most from their Apple technology with focused topics and workflow guests. The show was ranked the number two technology podcast in iTunes and routinely featured featured by Apple. Katie is a regular speaker at  Macworld Expo, a member of the influential  Mac Roundtable Podcast  featuring a panel of Mac luminaries and frequent speaker and consultant on all things Apple and technology related. Katie serves as the President of her local Macintosh Users Group.  

Mark Fuccio  is actively involved in high tech startup companies, both as a principle at, or as an marketing advisor through his consulting practice  Tactics Sells High Tech, Inc.  Mark was a proud investor in Microsoft from the mid-1990’s selling in mid 2000, and hopes one day that MSFT will be again an attractive investment. You can contact Mark through his web site or through  Twitter.

Jonathan Seff  is the former Executive Editor of  Macworld, covering the Apple ecosystem and the broader world of tech for more than 15 years. He blogs semi-regularly at  and you can follow him on  Twitter.