Podcast #19: Fake Steve Revealed, New iMacs, and More!

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Podcast #19: Fake Steve Revealed, New iMacs, and More!

The Web is abuzz with news this week about Fake Steve Jobs' unmasking by a New York Times reporter. We discuss this news item and some others, including:


> New iMacs are coming!

> The wackiest tech headlines we've run across this week.

> You're invited to call in to the Mac|Live question/comment line: (877) 404-1337, extension 622. Please limit the length of your messages to 1 minute max. We'll review these calls each week and feature our favorites, along with responses, on that week's podcast.


Listen to it all now in this week's Mac|Live podcast.


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More information on items discussed in this week's podcast (in order of their mention) can be found by clicking the links below:


> 'Fake Steve' Blogger Comes Clean

> Damn, I am so busted, yo

> Video: Meet the Real Fake Steve Jobs

> The Guy Who Outed Fake Steve Jobs, Hero or Ass?

> New iMacs to shift investor focus back to Apple's Mac story

> Free gPhones for Everybody!

> EC Takes Sides in the Mascara-Smearing Bitch Fight Between Intel & AMD




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Thanks for addressing my post The Guy Who Outed Fake Steve Jobs, Hero or Ass? I wrote this post to address all the negative comments I had read about Brad Stone.

I noticed that comments about Brad fell in two distinct categories:
- Brad Stone is the ruiner of all that is good and fun, and probably kicks puppies and tells children about Santa’s secrets as a hobby
- Brad Stone is a journalist with great sleuthing powers and should be given proper respect
I just found it interesting that a majority of the comments considered Brad a big puppy kicker.

Personally I had no inclination to figure out the person behind FSJ and just enjoyed the blog as it is.

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