Macworld/iWorld 2014 is coming up quickly, and this year will be pretty busy for me. Along with my usual event coverage, product hunting, and interviews for The Mac Observer, I’m speaking twice and have a couple live podcast events, too. Did I mention I’ll be busy? And I have a discount for you, too.
Getting invited to be on a podcast for the first time is always a blast for me, especially when it means I get to hang out with a great friend like Allison Sheridan. Yep, she asked me to be on the Chit Chat Across the Pond segment on her weekly Nosillacast Mac Podcast — and the fact that we chatted over the mountains instead of the ocean wasn’t lost on me.
In case you missed the news last week, Apple’s long time CEO and rock star, Steve Jobs, turned in his executive restroom key and retired. Despite the way so many people reacted, no, he didn’t die. He just called it quits for the full-time Apple thing — and since I can’t shut my mouth, I had plenty to say about the whole thing.
I’m pretty sure it’s no surprise that I talk a lot. Really. Luckily, I’ve been able to turn that into something that works well for me, and hopefully brings a little something into your life, too: podcasting. And now I’m hoping to bring a little more into your life by teaching you how to podcast, too.
I record the We Have Communicators podcast pretty much every week with Michael Johnston and Adam Christianson, and it’s no secret that I tend to draw on my iPad during the show. Those drawings end up in the podcast show notes, and somehow the whole deal evolved into me agreeing to put our faces on a mug. I’m pretty sure it’s all Michael’s fault.