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All Marketers Really Are Liars! (Podcast 345)

It's been a busy week, hence the late Podcast. Sorry about that! This week was made a lot busier though by a few unfortunate (to say the least) events involving lack of clarity, and sometimes total opacity, in the marketing of big name companies, so here goes, with a rare but...

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Martin Bailey is a nature and wildlife photographer and educator based in Tokyo. He's a pioneering Podcaster and blogger, and an X-Rite Coloratti member.
5 Comments
  • Albin
    Posted at 09:49h, 28 July Reply

    I feel your pain. I have to say I’ve had a beef against Apple since the 1990s, when several academic papers I’d spent months writing on a MacPlus became utterly useless three years later after an operating system change, while work done in Wordperfect 5.1 on pre-Windows Microsoft DOS is still usable over two decades later. Unfortunately Microsoft and everybody else these days seems to be taking “Apple lessons” and the work you do is worth no more than whether the software vendor considers it worthwhile to support that format.

  • technotic
    Posted at 17:38h, 31 July Reply

    I hope your upgrade to postage tube 2.0 goes smoothly and maintains backward compatibility with old prints 🙂 No tiny superscripts please

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