MacCast 02.21.2005

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Show 29. Live from Ney York. Apple seeks out iPod game developers, Toshiba struggles with Shuffle demand, iPod Photo added to “delay” conspiracy, and Apple sued, again, for retail strategy. Request for shorter audio comments, Simon Toon gives us a great new MacCast intro, educational perspective on Mini eMac debate, the AirTunes public radio mystery and my addiction. Please help. Listen in. Shownotes in HTML or OPML

Featured Music: Twilight, Starfisher

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  1. Andrew | Feb 22 2005 - 07:00

    KQED works just fine for me both with and without my Airport Express.

  2. Andrew | Feb 22 2005 - 01:00

    I’ll be damned, KQED isn’t working now. Very odd.

  3. Tim in DC | Feb 22 2005 - 04:00

    Bitrate’s not the issue… WNYC and a host of other stations with lower bitrates than KQED broadcast fine through the AirTunes speakers. Incidentally, I was not suggesting a conspiracy theory or anything like that… it might be that KQED did not want its signal “broadcast” in any way, and required Apple to somehow code out the ability to stream it?

    A mystery indeed!

  4. Simon Toon | Feb 22 2005 - 11:00

    Great show! Thanks for playing the tune I sent in.
    On changing the opener music: I think it is cool to have a change of opener. I think the opener on Feb 14th and 16th was great – an evolution of the original – and a refreshing change. I’m not so keen on changing it twice a week (which is what you would get if you used a different one on Friday and then reverted back on Mondays). I think I appreciate the continuity from one show to the next – you know what show you’re about to listen – but I also appreciate a refresh once in a while, so it doesn’t get stale.

  5. Greg Balanko-Dickson | Feb 23 2005 - 06:00

    Great show as always.

    I am pissed at the Apple announcement today. I bought my iPod Photo back in November and now the store is selling the same product for $220 CDN less!

    Maybe Apple should begin to “Think Different!”