David Allen of Mac20Q has taken aim at podcasters.
His claims are: many of the Mac podcasters love to talk complete and utter rubbish week after week.
Before we continue any further I would like you to take a look at his video:
David mentioned in his video that podcasts such as the MacCast and Nosillacast, along with Mac Power Users and Mac Geek Gab are very good. No-one would deny this fact. They are all top notch podcasts that aspire up and coming podcasters.
The problem I do find with David's approach is he makes no reference to the podcasts which as he would put it are a lot of hot air. He doesn't name one within the three minute video. It makes me wonder who is really full of hot air?
As the host of Not Another Mac Podcast, I openly admit to discussing rumors at various times. I don't feel this is an issue as many people enjoy this content. Albeit I much prefer to discuss real world topics. If people didn't want rumors then sites like Macrumours, AppleInsider, and MacTrast would simply not exist. Yet these sites are consistently growing in popularity with the growing Apple ecosystem.
With Not Another Mac Podcast I treat everyone as equal. From the smallest unknown podcaster to the most experienced and well respected. Podcasting is a passion for many people. Very few make any money off it and as such in many cases they do it for themselves and the few people who choose to listen.
Listeners do not pay for the content and are welcome to unsubscribe at anytime. This then makes me wonder why David is getting annoyed and what he is trying to achieve by his statements.
David I would like to publicly invite you to be a guest on Not Another Mac Podcast. Come on the show and defend your statements. Publicly name the podcasts you are in disagreement with.
If you are going to be controversial then please do the job properly. Otherwise, you are just adding more hot air.