Send voicemail to Open Apple

Open Apple is an audio podcast. We don’t have readers; we have listeners. We’re always thrilled to hear from our listeners via any medium, but it doesn’t seem fair to ask you to shift gears to write an email in response to what you heard.

That’s why you can now send audio feedback to Open Apple right from our website. Just click the send voicemail button to the right, and if your computer has an inbuilt microphone and JavaScript enabled, you’ll be prompted to start recording. You can listen to and re-record your message before submitting it, if you like. Open Apple will then have the option of replying to your message via private voicemail, or playing your message on the air during our next episode.

We look forward to hearing from you — literally!

Name the Game rules

Thanks to everyone who has participated in the Name the Game contest so far! We’re excited to see so much enthusiasm for this segment of the Open Apple podcast.

Please note that there was also a glitch that prevented the submissions address from working in the first 24 hours after Open Apple debuted. We confirm all entries, so if you haven’t received a response to your submission, please try again. To enter, please email us at the address given in the show, or by selecting "Name the Game" from the dropdown on our contact form.

Some further clarifications regarding the rules: Entries will be accepted up until March 2. From all correct entries, one winner will be selected at random and announced on the next episode of the podcast. Winners will be contacted via email; you do not need to listen to win. The contest is open to inhabitants of any and all states and countries. Prize substitutions are not allowed.

Good luck to all entrants, and thanks for listening!