This week, Merlin looks at one of the most overlooked aspects of having a sustainable blog: managing expectations.
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Jay is traveling to Toronto for the fantastic Mesh10 conference, so Jeremy Zilar of the NY Times filled in as guest.
We talked about blogging at the Times and blogging in NYC.
A teeny bit of Angry Birds was thrown in for fun. :-)
Dan Benjamin is joined by Merlin Mann and Marco Arment for a very special show. In this Hypercritical-like episode, the trio discuss a wide-range of topics, from Google to Apple to software development, and the relationship between consumers and the companies that serve them. And sodastreams.
Cathi Bond is here to talk about the trend of niche publications – having a subscription that’s not to a magazine, but to actual physical objects that come in the mail. It’s a different, analog approach to customization. Hyper-curated almost. And Cathi and Nora wonder if it’s an example of a post-digital fetishization of artifacts.