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Discussing Apple's education event

Today Apple held an education event in New York City where it unveiled a new version of the iBooks app along with iBooks Author, a free Mac application that allows you to create books containing not just text but also rich media elements. Macworld's Dan Moren and Lex Friedman attended the event. I talk to them about their impressions.

Note that Dan and Lex had to dash into a less-than-silent office to record the podcast. We apologize for the occasional background noise.

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