In the first episode of season 2, Paul and Whitney talk about intention. What happens when we focus on something and work to realize it? Why do New Year’s resolutions tend to fail?Plus, our (first ever!) interview with Gina Trapani. You might know Gina from her amazing work at Lifehacker, used Todo.txt, or heard her on one of her podcasts – This Week in Google and All About Android. And now, Gina is the co-founder and creator of ThinkUp, a tool that helps people understand how their tweets and Facebook posts affect others. Gina joins Paul and Whitney to discuss intention and how the tools we use can help us along the way.
David Sparks and Casey Liss talk about being new and aspiring comics readers as adults. Moisés & John give them a varied pile of recommendations for adults that aren’t…adult. Writer/illustrator Terry Moore talks Rachel Rising.Comics aren’t just about guys in underwear punching each other. Find your own Kate Bishop, forsake your box of QVC Spawn, and discover your Coalition of Broken People. uncut Artist Edition Interview: #40 - Terry Moore - Scary Things in the ClosetThis episode’s Recommended Reading includes a ton more than the books listed below.SPONSORSTransporter: personal cloud storage that lives in your house. Use offer code BIRTHDAYTIME for 25% off Transporter Sync at FileTransporter.comSmile: Visit smilesoftware.com/giant for details and a brief video introduction to the PDFPen family.Igloo: try an intranet that you’ll actually like using. It’s free for up to ten users, and affordable beyond that. Click here to support the show, and sign up for their free SXSW event on 3/12 from 3:30-6:30pmSHOWNOTESDavid "MacSparky" Sparks (Mac Power Users
Casey Liss of the Accidental Tech Podcast (ATP) tries to sell Guy on the advantages of Microsoft’s C# programming language and the .NET frameworks.
Scriptnotes, 129: The One with the Guys from Final Draft | A ton of useful information about screenwriting from screenwriter John August
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Richard Dreyfuss talks about the way movies used to be made, The Dreyfuss Initiative, and "getting Political".
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Airlines: we’ve heard the horror stories. Now we dig deeper into how to get the results we want at the gate, on the phone, and in the air. (Part 2 of 2)Are we stuck in a breadline in Kiev back in ‘78, waiting for shitty vouchers for shitty airlines, or could we eventually see Our Own Fuckin’ Airline? #SuperplanePanelists: John Roderick, Jim Dalrymple, Lex Friedman, Brent BillingsSpecial Guest Star: Majel Barrett RoddenberrySPONSORSTransporter: personal cloud storage that lives in your house. Use offer code ELECTRIC75 for 25% off Transporter Sync at FileTransporter.comSmile: Visit smilesoftware.com/calling for details and a brief video introduction to TextExpander.Delta’s In-Flight Trivia GameIgloo: try an intranet that you’ll actually like using. It’s free for up to ten users, and affordable beyond that. Click here to support the show, and sign up for their free SXSW event on 3/12 from 3:30-6:30pmSHOWNOTESBrent Billings survived the airline industry and now does photography and design.John Roderick makes music with The Long Winters, and shares custody of Roderick on the Line (a show about The Beatles and Hitler) with Merlin Mann. Watch your ass, 6F. He’s coming for you.Jim Dalrymple runs The Loop, The Loop Magazine, and hosts Amplified.Lex Friedman is EVP of Sales and Development for The Mid Roll, and co-hosts Not Playing with MacWorld’s Dan Moren. Give us this day (Y)our Daily Lex.Subscribe to Thank You For Calling (iTunes/RSS)Subscribe to the ESN Master Feed (iTunes/RSS)
Airlines: we hate them, and it feels like they hate us. Is our only choice to "ride in the fucking toilet"? A former airline employee joins us to help peel back the curtain at Gate 21. (Part 1 of 2)Panelists: John Roderick, Jim Dalrymple, Lex Friedman, Brent BillingsSubscribe to Thank You For Calling (iTunes/RSS)Subscribe to the ESN Master Feed (iTunes/RSS)Brent Billings survived the airline industry and now does photography and design.John Roderick makes music with The Long Winters, and shares custody of Roderick on the Line with Merlin Mann. Watch yourself, he might be elected Senator someday. #SupertrainJim Dalrymple runs The Loop, The Loop Magazine, and hosts Amplified.Lex Friedman is EVP of Sales and Development for The Mid Roll, and co-hosts Not Playing with MacWorld’s Dan Moren. Give us this day (Y)our Daily Lex.SPONSORSSmile: Visit smilesoftware.com/calling for details and a brief video introduction to TextExpander.Squarespace: everything you need to get started making a website. Use the offer code mentioned in the show (part of the show’s title) for 10% off(Not) United AirlinesHover: get 10% your purchase when signing up at Hover.com using offer code MAKEITSO
Merlin Mann was part of You Look Nice Today. That show is so good, he could have just stoped making cool stuff after it was finished. He didn’t. He keeps making awesome things. We talked about them. And other stuff. Whom is Casey Liss?
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