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In addition to being a mythical beast, the Macalope is not an employee of Macworld. As a result, the Macalope is always free to criticize any media organization. Even ours.

The Macalope: Trouble from the get-go

How many licks does it take to get to a problem with this piece?

The Macalope: Disappointment city

The road to which is paved with iPhones.

The Macalope Weekly: All wrong

Everyone's wrong, including you!

The Macalope: Marketing meets cuckoo bananas

Some executive statements are just marketing. Others are just nuts.

The Macalope: Global thermonuclear hissy fit

Apple didn't release their phones on a pundit's schedule! So incompetent!

The Macalope Weekly: Fairness and accuracy in the media

As long as it's bad for Apple, it's good to print.

The Macalope: An oldie but a baddy

You'll never believe this but Apple's products are a ripoff!

The Macalope: An unbroken string of success

Apple? No, open source, of course!

The Macalope Weekly: Comparing the incomparable

Stupid pundit tricks reach critical insanity as Apple and its products are compared to ... well, you gotta see this to believe it.

The Macalope: What, us worry?

Record sales of a phone no one cares about.

The Macalope: Stupidgate

It's time to turn the tables!

The Macalope Weekly: Ill-informed opinion

Don't let not knowing something about the iPhone keep you from opining about it, pundits! You need to live up to your job, after all.

The Macalope: Thanks for the "advice"

Isn't it great how helpful pundits are?! Eh, not really.

The Macalope: A no-brainer

It's so simple, Apple! Make new products that are astounding! Go on!

The Macalope Weekly: Like clockwork

The reviews of Apple's iPhone event are in, and the consensus is "laaaaaaame." Quelle surprise.