A history of retail as a series of innovations in transportation. How to think about Amazon in a continuum of changing consumer behavior. The source of Amazon’s market power and its hypothetical disruption. What would Amazon do and not do to improve.
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Technical Difficulties - 031 - 445 Days with Federico Viticci: “I’m just some guy that reads Twitter”
This week Federico Vittci joins Erik and Gabe to talk about his fight with cancer and running a business while doing it. Federico is a great friend and this was a rewarding conversation.
Neil deGrasse Tyson
iStopMotion for iPad
iStopMotion Camera for iOS
Better Linked Posts at MacStories
Things We Like
The Pebble Watch
This week Gabe and Erik talk about things that make them anxious, the difference between anxiety and fear, and ways they assess and manage risk so they can be functioning members of society. Then they veer off topic to examine the possibility that iOS 7’s new look might siphon development resources away from new and improved app features. Finally, they throw all caution to the wind to talk about Erik’s brief dip in the foreign waters of Android.
Dogfish Head 90 Minute IPA
Wendy’s Large All-Natural Lemonade
San Diego Fireworks 2012, LOUD and Up Close
2012 San Diego 30 Second Fireworks Show
No Movie for Old Men
Swiss Cheese Model
US Naval Safety Center Human Factor Analysis and Classification System Brief
US Naval Safety Center Operational Risk Management User Training
Hour of the Wolf
OmniFocus 2 test going quiet
The Talk Show Episode 45: I Missed OK
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.
Dan and Marco discuss TextMate, business developer account migrations and DUNS numbers, the value of Apple’s retail stores, creating a brand before its apps, healthcare and taxes, and Instapaper browser extensions.
A history of Cinema as seen through disruptive lenses. How did the medium evolve from novelty to experimentation to establishment of a predominant business model to concentration of power, regulation and ultimate stagnation.
This week, Federico returns with lots to say to Stephen and Myke about working on the iPad.
Jim and Dan talk about Thanksgiving Day rules, Black Friday, the value of AppleCare, how Jim keeps on top of the news, Samsung leaving Android, discounted phones, PrimeSense 3D, remote controls, Photo Stream, Jim’s robot tuning system, and more.
Episode 004: Sebastien, Cody, and Jeff talk about what it’s like to work from home and write about iOS all day, Sebastien’s Oceanhorn addiction, favorite
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.