corntoole / Cornelius Toole

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  1. 13-minute podcast

    This is why LCE on Facebook matters. It makes a beautiful statement, that people can attach their ideas to.# 13-minute podcast about browser-based JavaScript apps and how they connect to services like Twitter, Facebook, Dropbox, Evernote.# http://scripting.com/2014/07/07/#a1404751601 BTW, there’s one little bennie from the way Facebook does their API. Since I don’t have to run a server, Little Card Editor will scale indefinitely without me spending a dime. :sunny:# The best way to get ideas is to suffer with something that doesn’t really work.#

    http://scripting.com/2014/07/07/#a1404741660

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  2. 5by5 | The Prompt #55: Sherlocked

    This week, Stephen, Myke and Federico revisit Google TV and Android L, then discuss the phenomenon of Sherlocking.

    http://5by5.tv/prompt/55

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  3. Podcast about Happy Friends (new app from Dave Winer)

    10-minute podcast about how Happy Friends came to be and what it is.

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  4. Core Intuition » Episode 140: WWDC 2014 Special

    Manton and Daniel react to the WWDC 2014 Keynote.

    Download (MP3, 39 minutes, 18 MB)

    Swift Programming Language – Apple’s documentation for the language slated to become the default for Cocoa development.

    iOS 8 – Apple’s preview page for iOS 8.

    One Continuous Experience – John Gruber’s tweet about Apple vs. Microsoft approach to platform integration.

    OpenDoc – Apple’s ancient, botched attempt to integrate Mac apps with modular, reusable code modules.

    iCloud Drive – New feature from Apple that aims to address the more Dropbox-like general filesystem-based cloud storage.

    File a Bug – Marco Arment’s complaint about Apple’s treatment of bug filers.

    File a Bug – Daniel’s response to Marco’s post, encouraging people to file anyway.

    When You Were Young – The Killers.

    Sponsored by Crashlytics: The most powerful and lightweight crash reporting service.

    http://www.coreint.org/2014/06/episode-140-wwdc-2014-special/

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  5. Speakeasy — Episode 3: The Secret Boyfriend Log

    Episode 3: The Secret Boyfriend Log In the third episode, we make Daiquiris and talk about Secret, Foursquare Swarm, Palcohol, and the mobile payment landscape. Daiquiri 15ml Sugar 25ml Lime 45ml…

    http://listenspeakeasy.com/post/85616006331/episode3

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  6. Vector 34: The importance of design | iMore

    Dave Wiskus of Vesper and Unprofessional joins Rene to talk about the important of design in technology and culture, strong opinions loosely held, handling criticism, providing support, and figuring out tough problems.

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    http://www.imore.com/vector-34-importance-design

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  7. Different-sized bits content

    There’s been a lot of change at scripting.com in the last few weeks, and now that the dust is settling, I want to explain my thinking, using the new site structure as an example.

    21-minute podcast.

    http://scripting.com/2014/03/26/podcastDifferentsizeBitsOfContent.html

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  8. 85: A Series of Textures Going Into My Face — Unprofessional

    Rene Ritchie returns to talk to Jaimee and Dave about dating apps, smell-o-vision, and attempting empathy.

    http://unprofesh.com/blog/2014/3/26/85-a-series-of-textures-going-into-my-face

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  9. Vector 34: The importance of design | iMore

    Dave Wiskus of Vesper and Unprofessional joins Rene to talk about the important of design in technology and culture, strong opinions loosely held, handling criticism, providing support, and figuring out tough problems.

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    Follow on Twitter

    http://www.imore.com/vector-34-importance-design

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  10. Distributed Podcast, Episode 11

    Michael Perry permalink

    So good to see you guys back again.

    You mentioned Vector Clocks as if it was some really complicated brain bending thing. And then you proceeded to give the most concise and understandable definition of the idea that I’ve yet heard. Please do a show on Vector Clocks, and dispel some of the mystique around this concept. It’s quite powerful, and really not that complicated.

    I’ve built a system around the concept of Vector Clocks that I call Historical Modeling. I use this as the basis for my Correspondence collaboration framework. I have bindings to all of the .NET clients already, and I’m working on the Java client binding now. I’ll need to look into SignalR to see if I can leverage some of their work for the JavaScript client binding.

    Please keep up the conversation. This is good stuff.

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    http://distributedpodcast.com/2012/episode-11-signalr

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