Maccast 2011.06.24 – Lickability

Written by: Adam Christianson

Categories: Podcast

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A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Show 354. Interview with Matthew Bischoff from Lickability on what it’s like to develop for iOS and on their app Quotebook (iTunes)

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  1. David | Jun 27 2011 - 09:26

    Adam, you hit it out of the park with this podcast! Sorry, can’t ‘curb my enthusiasm’ about this show. Of course, it probably helps to have such an excellent guest as Matthew.

    The show was action-packed and brimming with a wealth of useful information. I found it to be quite helpful, encouraging, and dare I say, even inspirational.

    This show should be held up as a model for how to do a proper podcast interview. When you have such an interesting, experienced, and informative guest as Matthew, the best thing to do is poke him every now and then, and just let him do the talking. You did this masterfully. The flow seemed very comfortable and natural for both of you. I don’t see how you could do any better. I plan on listening to it again.

    Also, it finally inspired me to leave a long overdue rating of the Maccast in iTunes, which I encourage every one else to do.

    Thanks, Adam!

  2. Matthew Bischoff | Jun 28 2011 - 06:08

    Hey David,

    I couldn’t agree with you more. Adam was an incredible interviewer and I think the show turned out to be really informative. Thanks for leaving such an insightful and complimentary comment. I’d love to send you a free copy of Quotebook for yourself or a friend. Send me an email (