The Mac Observer's Jeff Gamet and Dave Hamilton joined MacJury host Chuck Joiner to talk about the recent release of Mac OS X 10.6 in Part 2 of a special two-part Snow Leopard podcast report.
Other MacJury panel members included author Maria Langer and TUAW's Steve Sande.
The MacJury panel discussed why Snow Leopard looks better and what that means for graphics professionals as well as the casual user, why the transition to Snow Leopard is "important but not urgent," and the issues surrounding QuickTime 10. The panel also discussed why Snow Leopard will force developers to stay focused, and share some of the best new changes to existing features.
MacJury episode 913 is available as a free download at the MacJury Web site.