MyMac Podcast #132
Chris Breen


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The latest in Mac news is discussed, then a long conversation with Macworld Senior Editor Chris Breen about everything. Not your usual interview, but what else would you expect from MyMac.com?
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As Chad is on vacation this week, host Tim Robertson spends an hour with Chris Seibold, as well as a great talk with John Farr!

Due to software problems, the audio quality of this show is not up to our usual standards. Also apologies to PlayList magazines’ Chris Breen, who graciously took the time to participate in a planned feature on the new ROKR phone, but due to technical problems with the recording software, the conversation was lost.

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Websites mentioned on the podcast
Dennis Sellers’ Macsimum News
MacMinute.com
Macintouch.com
Macworld.com
MacAddict.com

John Farr
JHFarr.com

Not Mac News link:
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