Podcast: A bit of the old UltraViolet


This week we get our rant on when discussing the new Veronica Mars movie and the unnecessary mess made by UltraViolet. We’re far calmer when talking about Microsoft’s release of OneNote for the Mac and our plans for next week’s Macworld/iWorld. We also share an “I told you so” moment when discussing Steve Jobs’ view of a real live Apple TV.

Show notes

Jason Snell suggests that maybe same-day release of a movie in theaters and online doesn’t spell doom for the entertainment industry after all.

There are great things happening at Macworld/iWorld next week. Check the agenda to see for yourself.


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