Apple 3.0 Podcast: Open for suggestions

Here's what I've got so far...

If you could spend 30-minutes of drive time with someone who knows Apple, who would it be? I'm open to suggestions.

15 Comments

  1. Richard Wanderman said:
    Andy Hertzfeld
    Bill Atkinson
    Jean-Louis Gassée
    Guy Kawasaki
    Ron Johnson
    Millard Drexler
    Al Gore
    Avie Tevanian
    Rick LePage
    Rick Ford
    Adam Engst
    Steven Levy
    David Dunham
    Dave Winer
    Larry Tesler
    Daniel Kottke
    Jerry Manock
    Bruce Horn
    Steve Capps
    George Crow
    Randy Wigginton
    Mike Markkula
    Bill Fernandez
    Mark Canter
    John Dvorak
    Jon Rubinstein
    Jeff Hawkins
    Donna Dubinsky

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    March 12, 2017
  2. Penelope Cansler said:
    Ben Bajarin
    Benedict Evans
    Glenn Fleishman
    Michael Gartenberg
    John Gruber
    Walt Mossberg
    Jason Snell
    Rene Ritchie

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    March 12, 2017
  3. George Providakes said:
    Order of preference

    Horace Dedui. Anti-Fragility

    Ben Bejarin Why Apple current stock value or the myth of the market

    John Gruber Wither Apple and its Developers

    Niel Cybert What is Apple’s future in Content

    Al Gore. What business sense does Apple use to explain its investments in renewable energy and fair pay for it and its supply chain

    Horace Dedui what is future for Apple and wearables.

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    March 12, 2017
  4. Gianfranco Pedron said:
    How about inviting some of the perennially wrong analysts? They have plenty of explaining to do. What better forum for them to reach out to AAPL fans?
    It would be great to know who they are, how they got where are and what makes them tick.

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    • Gianfranco Pedron said:
      Just another thought, maybe a conference call with the best and the worst analyst post earnings. Fame and shame. Let each analyst shed light on his perspective. I’m sure there’s a lot to learn.

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      March 13, 2017
  5. David Drinkwater said:
    Horace Dediu for many reasons, including Apple.
    Tim Cook. Hm. For many reasons including Apple. 🙂

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    March 12, 2017
  6. David Kettle said:
    Jony Ive: What is his current involvement in hardware design.

    Angela Ahrendts: What are plans for customer service improvements.

    Craig Federichi: Desktops.

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    March 12, 2017
  7. Gregg Thurman said:
    Not necessarily in order of preference.

    Luca Maestri
    Daniel Eran Dilger
    Walt Mossberg

    DEFINITELY NOT:
    Ming Chi Kuo He’s a buffoon making predictions in such quantity people overlook that many, many that are just flat wrong, focusing instead on the relative few h gets right.

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    • Gregg Thurman said:
      Add to the above DEFINITELY NOT.

      Anybody associated with Wall Street With access to resources you and I would die to get, they compute incredible spreadsheets that get it wrong.

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      March 12, 2017
  8. William Kortum said:
    the Woz.
    Roger McNamee, co-founder of Silicon Valley venture capital firm Elevation Partners, always has well thought out comments. You could ask him about the Banana Republicans as well as Apple and the Valley.

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  9. Turley Muller said:
    I say we flip the script… and interview you.

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    March 12, 2017
    • David Emery said:
      I like this idea! Set up a Skype session with recording, where we could call in with a question for PED to answer. It would be good to have someone from here as moderator.

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      March 13, 2017

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