The latest edition of “MacNotables” (http://www.macnotables.com/wordpress/) a podcast that serves as home to Mac personalities who will comment on the latest news and opinions in the Mac community, is available.
Jason Snell, the editorial eirector of “Macworld,” comments on the current state of TV, including why it is such a mess, what the newly announced Google TV means for consumers in general and Apple TV in particular, and where the iPad fits in. He also weighs in on the Apple-Adobe-Flash saga, defending his position that Flash is less relevant than it was when the iPhone first came out, and explains his surprise that we’re still talking about it.
The conversation wraps up with Snell talking about the how the iPad fits into his life (so far), what apps he uses, and how it is affecting what he and his team do at “Macworld.”
“MacNotables” panelists include Christopher Breen, Bryan Chaffin, Jim Dalrymple, Adam Engst, Tonya Engst, Andy Ihnatko, Joiner, Ted Landau, Jason Snell, Bob LeVitus, Dan Frakes and Yours Truly. Not all panelists can make all shows due to scheduling conflicts.