Andy Ihnatko checks in for the MacNotables’ tenth anniversary by discussing his passion for television and his adventures at the second night of Stephen Colbert’s Late Show. Andy also shares his thoughts on what makes a podcaster, great interviewers and other life lessons.
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Andy Ihnatko is the technology columnist for the Chicago Sun-Times, and a senior contributor to Macworld. Andy hosts of his own podcast, The Ihnatko Almanac, is a regular on MacBreak Weekly and also does Material on RelayFM. He shares his thoughts and wisdom on his blog, Andy Ihnatko’s Celestial Waste of Bandwidth You can connect with him on Twitter and Google+.