John Siracusa and Dan Benjamin talk more about paid upgrades in the Mac App Store, how Apple is reshaping the software market (intentionally or otherwise), Readability's role as a middleman as compared to another prominent middleman, the App Store, and finally, the Flashback malware scourge and what it says about Apple's preparedness.
Links for this episode:
- Performance Driving School - Overview - BMW North America
- Strategy Letter V - Joel on Software
- Java for OS X Lion 2012-003 - Apple
- Apple updates Java for a third time, this time with Flashback malware removal - Ars Technica
- The Mac App Store Needs Paid Upgrades - Wil Shipley
- German automotive manufacturing plants - Google Maps
- Analyst Expects iPhone 5 to Launch at WWDC 2012 in June - Mac Rumors
- Moscone Center Events
- WWDC-less WWDC - Rentzsch
- Welcome to the Home Page of TALKING-BEAR!
- Adobe Photoshop - Wikipedia
- QuickPick Pulled From App Store - Rentzsch
- Flashback Is Not a Trojan Horse; What Is It? - The Mac Security Blog