MacVoicesTV #1363: Macworld 2013 – Allison Sheridan Turns The Tables on Chuck Joiner

Just for fun, at Macworld/iWorld 2013 in San Francisco, MacVoices’ producer and host Chuck Joiner accepted an invitation from Allison Sheridan of the Nosillacast to be her guest for an interview in the Podcast booth on the show floor. Allison and Chuck’s faux-feud is well known to listeners to The Mac Roundtable, so expectations were high for some kind of confrontation. In the end, the interview was a mixture of fun and serious discussion about Chuck’s Tech Talk, “Managing The Information Flood,” and show picks. Allison released her version through her show feed, and this is Chuck’s version, shot by another camera from another angle. Was there any editing involved? You’ll have to watch both versions to be sure. 

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Chuck Joiner is the producer and host of MacVoices, MacVoicesTV, MacNotables and The MacJury, a group of shows and web sites that make up The MacVoices Group. You can catch up with what he’s doing by following him on Twitter, friending him on Facebook, or circling him on Google+.

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