So apparently it took a management and consulting group to conduct a survey to discover that customers like devices that don’t frequently crash and freeze. Now, Steven Stone chimes in.
Once again the media has blamed the wrong culprit when it comes to an issue affecting the your of the United States. The New York Times published an article attacking headphone use when they should have been blaming something else.
Don Was bemoaned the loss of liner notes with iTunes, speculating that it is contributing to the loss of the album experience. However, that may not necessarily be the case in our modern times.
At the 2010 Rockey Mountain Audio Fest, Steven Stone had a conversation about what the future of audio retail needs to be to survive, but it looks like McIntosh may have been ahead of him on this one.
Steven Stone has been a writer for many highly respected publications in the audiophile world. Now, he signs on to be the editor of Audiophile review. He has more than enough credentials to justify the position.