Katie Floyd is a litigator and the co-creator and host of the acclaimed Mac Power Users Podcast distributed through the 5by5 Network. Mac Power Users teaches listeners how to get the most from their Apple technology with focused topics and workflow guests. The show was ranked the number two technology podcast in iTunes and routinely featured by Apple. Katie is a regular speaker at Macworld Expo, a member of the influential Mac Roundtable Podcast featuring a panel of Mac luminaries and frequent speaker and consultant on all things Apple and technology related. Katie is also a contributor for Macworld and the ScreenCastsOnline Monthly Magazine. Katie serves as the President of her local Macintosh Users Group.
As her time allows, Katie is available for consulting projects and speaking engagements.
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If you're sending me a physical product, let's be very clear on the terms in advance including if you want it returned, timeframes and shipping arrangements. Otherwise, when I'm done with review units I will generally discard them or donate them to local computer groups, schools or other organizations. Once they're gone, they're gone.
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Software and hardware manufacturers and distributors routinely send me free versions of their products to review. I sometimes keep and continue to use these products that I did not pay for after posting my review, which might be considered a form of compensation for my review, but I do not believe that I let that influence my review.
When I post links to product pages on Amazon or on the iTunes App Store, sometimes these links my links include a referral code so that when products are purchased after clicking on the link, I sometimes receive a very small percentage of the sale. While the amount that I receive is small, it does help to defray some of the cost of running this site, and gives me a small vested interest in having you purchase products using these links. I do not believe that I let that influence my review of products.