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John and I discuss this morning’s news of Apple releasing Logic Pro X, the first time it’s released an entirely new, separate app from a previous offering in the Mac App Store, how Adobe’s new cloud-based pro apps approach differs, and what Apple’s move could mean for App Store developers who want to make sustainable, lasting apps.

Also, Farmville.

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