Mike Brown from Webstock interviewed Merlin Mann. Well, not so much an interview as a conversation. Ok, so, not so much a conversation as Merlin talking and Mike valiantly saying ‘yes’ and ‘good’ and ‘cool’ on occasion :)
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The final chapter of our Webstock adventure sees us talking to Mike Brown & Natasha Lampard, the super-awesome primary organisers of the Webstock conference. Again, it’s also short as these two are incredibly busy, but Pete asks them about how they put on such a damn fine show, how they choose their speakers and why Wellington?
Also want to put a post-script to this entry, to say that Webstock is by far, the best conference I’ve ever been to. Never before has a tech conference had me cry, laugh and contemplate my past, present and future like Webstock has. Unless I commit a crime in the next 12 months and New Zealand won’t let me in, you can bet your arse I’ll be back.
Ty and Dan talk with Chris Brown from Grantland.com and SmartFootball.com about the evolution of Michigan’s offense, the foundation of a Nick Saban defense, Clemson’s balanced attack, and whether Tim Tebow will change the professional game. Â Plus, more bowl previews.
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