Posted By Paul Kafasis on April 29th, 2014
At the end of March, we exhibited at Macworld/iWorld out in San Francisco. It was a great chance to see some of our long-time customers and fans, and to connect with new folks as well. If you didn’t make it to the show, you missed out on a great time. But, you can still catch up on news and interviews we did, with a slew of links below.
We also showed off Fission, speaking with Chuck Joiner of MacVoices as well as Allison Sheridan of the Nosillacast. And I was happy to have a chance to talk with Adam Christianson of the Maccast podcast too. Macworld really is a great place to run into the people behind all your favorite Mac podcasts!
Finally, I joined Macworld Senior Editor and Mac writer-about-town John Moltz on stage at the show to discuss where Apple’s headed. We had fun with a range of topics, and the chat was recorded for later consumption. It’s available right here.
Though Apple no longer exhibits at Macworld, the show is still going strong, and we were glad to be there. It’s a great place to connect with potential customers and long-time users alike, as well as with many members of the press. As always, we encourage software developers to exhibit at the show, and users to attend. Hope to see you there next year!