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Mac Roundtable Podcast

By Macroundtable Crew

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A Roundtable Discussion of All Things Macintosh

Customer Reviews

Great Podcast

I have been listening to the Mac Roundtable since it started. I liked the original format but was disappointed by the inconsistency that the episodes were released. The reformatted show has added more podcasters to the pool. The show is more open and free flowing. I feel like I am sitting in someone's living room listening in while a group of people talk about their passion - the Mac. Keep the show coming. I only wish I could be there with you.

Good could be better

I don't get the whole " must bash Microsoft to feel superior" attitude displayed in this podcast. It's a Mac podcast talk about Macs.

Tough to rate

This used to be one of the best Mac related podcasts out there. The new format, of each of the previous four hosts who made up the roundtable now hosting their own version of this show just stinks. What made it so great before was the mix. Yes, each host will now be bringing on their own guests to make the "roundtable" but it's not the same thing. An episode hosted by Adam Christianson sounds pretty much like a MacCast with a guest. Okay, I guess. Nilo and Stanger haven't hosted one that I've heard yet, but I couldn't get more than a few minutes into Verpoorten's first sortie into hosting it by himself. And I hate to sound cruel, but host Verpoorten's voice would make a better sleeping pill than an Ambien/Lunesta cocktail. His rambling drone apporach to speaking just doesn't belong on a podcast. Some people are meant to speak, some to sing, some to write behind the scenes. Verpoorten may have a worthwhile message to be heard in the Mac community, but it should be written, not spoken. Sorry Tim, it's not personal, but you're just too hard to listen to. The message is lost on the snooze factor.

Mac Roundtable Podcast
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  • Category: Tech News
  • Language: English

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