The Critical Path is a talk show contemplating the causality of success and failure in the evolving story of mobile computing and related industries. Using Apple as a lens to look at existing and emerging tech markets, we try to understand what it means to be great. Hosted by Horace Dediu, Anders Brownworth, and Judd Rubin.
Horace and Judd say goodbye and announce a new adventure.
In this special episode, Horace is joined by Oliver Bruce and Amir Haleem, CEO of Helium.
264: Happy Place
Horace on buybacks, market cap vs GDP, and happiness.
263: Along a New Superlative
Horace on HomePod, Apple Go and design freedom.
262: Hunt or Gather
Horace on Wal-Mart, Apple Go and surfing the city.
261: Bespoke Battles
Horace on facebook, Apple Go+ and chocolate chips.
Great podcast! But....
Love the show content, however the sound quality is terrible!! Please fix the issue, because I want to continue listening to this podcast. Thanks!
Like the new addition
I enjoy the knowledgeable and ever insightful Horace and Anders. The addition of Judd Rubin added some good back and forth and a spit of humor. The discussion of Apple’s new concept of longer lasting offerings was interesting. One wonders if this shift to increased durability also speaks of an inability to bring revolutionary and paradigm shifting new tech on a semi-annual basis as Apple has done in the past. Or at least no faster than their competitors can do so or create their own versions. Mr. Rubin was useful to hear how generally informed but not expert end users may react to these moves. Will keep listening.
Great content; Lousy audio quality
Horace really needs to invest in a good microphone and recording setup. This is do-able in 2020, even for a globe trotter like Horace, using a portable mic, audio interface, and iPad.