Seth Brown, a.k.a. Dr. Bunsen, on statistically determining the chances that we’ll enjoy any particular variation of our favorite beverages, as well as some thoughts on building tagging systems and the always-enlightening Top 3 Picks.
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TOPIC: The Surprising Problems of "Doing What You Love"
Merlin has some follow up on Agency: be in control of what you give away and why you charge what you charge, and Dan is interested in what happens when you stop loving what you love when you do it as a job.
There are no guarantees, so don’t mistake the Federalist Papers for Constitutional Law, and if you miss the signs you shouldn’t be sailing, you’ll just end up vomiting in your bucket hat.
You’re not going suddenly arrive and do what you love. You get there through course correction: look back at all the ugly birdhouses and look ahead for the next step toward building a home.
This week, Jason Snell puts on his best Italian accent and joins Stephen and Myke to talk about online collaboration, keyboards and the third rail of 5by5 podcasting — comic books.
Special guest Jason Snell.
Andy and Dan talk about the ultimate wallet, and more.
This week – with Matt on a secret Vlcnr mission – Myke is joined by Merlin Mann. They discuss the fact that Matt is probably on witness protection, the movies of Edgar wright, a little about Comic books and Blackberry in the enterprise.
Andrew and Adam talk with Jack Lukic about Semantic UI.
Merlin Mann joins Brett to talk about caffeine replacements, feeling normal and mature approaches to nerding out.
TOPIC: Capture, Contracts, and Mapping the Territory.
TOPIC: Informal Background Self-Quantization
This week Dan & Merlin discuss the merits of self-quantization. Which is fancy way of saying, "Merlin got a new Fitbit."
Why is anecdotal self-reporting a sucker’s bet? What are the benefits of making your life a little video game? And, why is Merlin’s scale accessing APIs via the internet?
This week, Jim is joined by Back to Work’s Merlin Mann to talk about hands-on experiences with Apple’s new iPhone 5s and 5c and iOS 7.
Including a deep dive on Touch ID; how easier security measures could boost iTunes sales; Jim’s new-found photo skills with the 5s camera; what Jim looks for in the wiring under his wood; and more.
Special guest Merlin Mann.
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