MacVoices #13131: Jim Dalrymple On The Death of Tablets, Apple’s Bond Issue, Late Software and Fifty Billion Downloads
Jim Dalrymple has been busy reviewing, analyzing and commenting on a wide variety of happenings in the tech world, and is happy to share some of his thoughts on the recent Úll conference in Dublin, Blackberry’s CEO’s comments on the impending death of tablets, and Apple’s Bond Issue. Jim doesn’t stop there, delivering some common-sense thoughts on fifty billion downloads from the App Store, WWDC’s sell-out, and how something that hasn’t been announced can’t be late.
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Jim Dalrymple is the founder and Editor in Chief at The Loop. You can follow him on Twitter, you can follow his alter ego, The Beard as well, or join Jim Dalrymple Fans on FaceBook. He is a guitar player and dog lover who has been reporting on Apple for almost 20 years. You can find his blog at Sometimes I say things.
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