DadCast Episode 26 • The Lion In Waiting

Stephen Hackett's Dog Cow Tattoo

Stephen Hackett’s Dog Cow Tattoo – Photo by iSMH on Flickr

Nearly Live from the WendyHouse Studios of Valois Bay…

This week we have the pleasure of being joined by with our first ever special guest dad: Stephen Hackett of founder of Forkbombr.net, guest writer for MacGasm.net and all around awesome dad of two great kids. Stephen joins us to discuss this week’s “Back to the Mac” announcement from Apple where they revealed the new release of Mac OS X: Lion, iLife, the Mac App Store and the super thin, super slick new MacBook Air.

Links from the Show:
Stephen Hackett’s ForkBombr discussion with Ben Brooks on the MacBook Air.

John Gruber of Daring Fireball on the Untitled Document Syndrome.

You can follow Stephen Hackett, Ben Brooks and John Gruber on Twitter. And of course you can always follow the DadCast using @2FatDads.


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5 Comments on "DadCast Episode 26 • The Lion In Waiting"

  1. Schultzter October 25, 2010 at 8:04 pm -

    If you had told me that Stephen was going to announce he used a Motorola RAZR (and you make fun of my phone) I would have made the effort to be there!

  2. JohnnyLeCanuck October 25, 2010 at 8:10 pm -

    But Stephen uses a MacBook Pro AND an iPad; not Windows XP sp2.

    And you should always make an effort to be there, especially for our guests.

  3. Schultzter October 25, 2010 at 8:29 pm -

    I seriously thought you were going to kill the show the moment he said RAZR! Or at least I thought we were going to hear you choking on your scotch!!!

  4. JohnnyLeCanuck October 25, 2010 at 8:35 pm -

    Anyone who listened to the show will know that Stephen past hardware this year alone gets him enough street cred to pull off the RAZR while carrying the iPad. And let’s focus on the RAZR a little more: it’s NOT a Xenon and it’s not pretending to smartphone, it’s simply making calls. No on can argue with that.