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Maccast 2008.02.06 – Macworld 2008 Crumpler

Written by: Adam Christianson

Categories: Macworld 2008, Podcast

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A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. A special episode of the Maccast from Macworld 2008. I sit down with the folks at Crumpler and we talk about their great line-up of hipster chic bags. We talk about their newest line-up of briefcase style bags, get the rundown on how the company was founded, and get some insight on just how they come up with all those funky bag names.

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  1. Robert Hazelby | Feb 13 2008 - 07:58

    Hi Adam,

    Just thought I’d drop you a quick message to say how much I enjoyed this little bonus edition of the MacCast.

    I don’t know what on earth made you even consider interviewing a company who makes bags for laptops, as it really doesn’t sound like interesting subject matter. However, the interview proved to be a fascinating 13 minute slice of podcast goodness, which was not only informative, but also rather amusing.

    Keep up the fantastic work. You’re a credit to the Mac community!

    All the best,

    Rob

  2. David McCallaster | Feb 17 2008 - 05:41

    Great podcast – I LOVE Crumpler bags. I bought my first from a store in Amsterdam, and my second from Germany. Crumpler is a great example of how a company doesn’t have to have enormous advertising budgets and take everything so seriously – as long as their products are great quality and fairly priced, the people will find them, buy them, and tell others. Keep up the podcasts!