The latest edition of “MacNotables” (http://www.macnotables.com), a podcast that serves as home to Mac personalities who will comment on the latest news and opinions in the Mac community, is available.
A discussion with Adam Engst and Andy Ihnatko starts with a blog post by the latter, “Darwinist Consumerism: What’s the most ethical way to buy books?,” and ends with an analysis how long brick-and-mortar bookstores have to live. Along the way, whether you should, and can afford to, support your local bookseller, the loss of a cherished institution, and changes in how future generations will view books are examined. The differences between this digital transition and that of music and video enter into the conversation, as well as comic books, physical media storage challenges and more.
“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.