Comedian Marc Maron is tackling the most complex philosophical question of our day - WTF? He’ll get to the bottom of it with help from comedian friends, celebrity guests and the voices in his own head. You loved him on Morning Sedition. You kinda liked him on The Marc Maron Show. You tolerated him on Break Room Live. Now, embrace him on a show from which he cannot be fired - WTF with Marc Maron.
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Tracklist: Larvarius - Intro The Cloud Heliotype - Saying Nothing (Original Mix) Conspiracy Grooves - Apollo Truth (Lucian Glamour Tech Mix) DJ Soulstar feat. Lety - Bolivian Theme (Original Mix) Dany Cohiba - A Night At Dali Museum (Original Mix) Dany Cohiba - Smoking My Cohiba (Original Mix) Gonzalez & Gonzalo (Spain) - Taj Mahal (Dimitri Andreas Remix) Guy Gerber & Dixon - No Distance (Original Mix) Wankelmut feat. John la Monica - Wasted So Much Time (Kiwi Remix) Ri9or - Solomon (Marcelo Paladini Remix) Progress Inn - Scardona (Original Mix) Naetago & Gigi Squillante - Transactional Objects (Original Mix) King Unique - Yohkoh (Rodrigo Mateo Remix)
This week Myke is joined by Russ Frushtick.
This week Myke is joined by Merlin Mann, for an impromptu episode of CMD Space. They talk about scheduling your content to meet the needs of your audience, allowing your work to become ‘yours’, breaking the mould in your environment, setting standards for your work and being a creative person in a corporate culture.
On this That Post Show, The Wages of Post — with Steve Cohen, Shane Ross, Mike J Nichols, Paul Zadie and Ryan Summers. We discuss wages (or rates) in the post production world. Everything from video/film editing, to compositing to visual effects.
Lyrics for That Post Show are at Scruffy Thinking.
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Alternate Show Titles
A bunch of free in here
"You have an Avid?"
You can do it in your Garage
Sounds kind of dire…
A race to the bottom
If the box does it … you do it!
Just because your daughter has an expensive guitar, it doesn’t mean she plays like Dave Matthews.
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Kanen is the troublemaker behind Scruffy Thinking. He writes a blog, writes code and generates too much content for one sane person. You can follow him on twitter or check out his company at Scruffy.TV.
Emmy and Eddie Award winning editor and non-linear editing pioneer, he was the first person to use an Avid on a studio feature film, the first chairman of the editing department at the American Film Institute and the first publisher of the Editors Guild Magazine. He is the author of two books on Media Composer, including the recently released Avid Agility. He blogs at Splice Now.
Paul is an editor of commercials, movies and short films. He’s the ultimate Editor and knows his way around Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premiere, Avid Media Composer, After Effects and everything else. He calls himself a "Motion Picture Artist" and nothing could be more true.
Shane Ross is a freelance editor living in Los Angeles. He has worked on documentary series for Discovery, History and National Geographic, as well as various projects for The Disney Channel. He runs the Little Frog in High Def blog at LFHD.net, and a podcast series called THE EDIT BAY.
Mike J Nichols
Mike is creator of 2 Guys Drinking At a Bar starring Kevin Farley and Paul Preston, the producer and editor of the television series Punk Payback starring Bas Rutten, airs on FOX’s FUELtv network. Mike is also the man responsible for The Phantom Edit - an unauthorized re-edit of Star Wars: The Phantom Menace.
Known as Oddernod Ryan works on The Talking Dead and is a talented artist compositor and all around interesting guy.
The Media Motion Ball at NAB.
http://www.payscale.com/research/US/Job=Film%2FVideo_Editor/Salary are as little as $26,000 in some areas. The median rate is $19.69 US per hour.
LA "Hollywood" rates are around $400 / day, which is $50 an hour.
Colorists range from $70/hr to $200+ depending on their skill, experience and the suite
Hourly rates in the US vs. Canada vs. The UK.
Film/Video Editor: $19.65
3D Artist: $30
Tv Producer: $40
Compare that to people who write software
Roberts Rules of Order as discussed by Steve and regarding the Unions.
The Avengers owns the box office.
Fram oil filter ad
LFHD Devalued Post from Shane Ross.
Removing the unecessary bits quote, with proper attribution.
Wages of Post
Web designer and co-founder of Codepen, Chris Coyier, talks to us about fearlessness and transparency. He reminds us that projects take time to grow.
The Gospel According to St Grant | The Bike Show - a cycling radio show and podcast from Resonance FM
Grant Petersen thinks most cyclists need to ‘unrace themselves’, that is to say, stop following what professional racing cyclists do. Instead we should all ride more comfortable bikes in more comfortable clothes and be more relaxed about the whole experience. He’s written a book called Just Ride and, in an extended interview, he tells Jack Thurston exactly what he means. Grant Petersen is a highly regarded bicycle designer, formerly of Bridgestone USA and founder and owner of Rivendell Bicycle Works in northern California.
This week I’m delighted to have Rachel Andrew on the show. I’ve been wanting to talk with Rachel since I read The Profitable Side Project Handbook.
For those of you that don’t know, Rachel is the founder of edgeofmyseat.com the company behind the successful CMS Perch which was launched as a side project 4ish years ago and it has since become so successful that Rachel and Drew have been able to stop doing consulting work to focus on their product. \o/
If I’d have had my own way this would have been an hour conversation about product bootstrapping but being concious of the podcast’s title we do swing the conversation around to backend related subjects too.
There’s talk of content marketing and where it’s a good tool to use as promotion for a product
We discuss conference speaking and the types of conferences out there these days
There’s a lot of discussion around the toolset used to develop Perch: source control, bug tracking etc and we also touch upon the pretty major constraints that they are under to ensure that perch will run on rubbish low-spec shared hosting (and PHP 5.2!).
Deployment and provisioning is also covered in some depth covering things like documentation, the demo site and of course packaging up releases.
Rachel is @rachelandrew on twitter and has a blog at rachelandrew.co.uk as well as a regular spot on A List Apart.
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This week we were joined by Julie Ann Horvath, designer and developer for &yet. Julie has recently been the subject of tech news headlines because of her public resignation from her previous employer (Github) due to sexism and harassment. It’s a heavy and traumatic topic, but we’re thankful to Julie for sharing her experience so we can grow as a community and prevent these types of unfortunate events in the future.
We talked about (roughly in order):
5:15 Story behind Julie’s GitHub exit (Full Story: TechCrunch)
28:37 Brendan Eich resigns as Mozilla Corporation CEO
Note: Within minutes of wrapping this episode, Brendan Eich stepped down as CEO.
Q & A:
38:09 Do you have any advice on where to look for jobs where an experienced front-end developer could learn from their co-workers and be challenged?
50:48 I feel like I may have too much on my plate for the year: should I ask my team for more help?
Welcome to our sister show of the Mac & Forth Show. The Mac & Forth Show Mini. Here we will be focusing on either some big news of the week or a Apple related subject. We also hope to interview some developers along the way so if you are a developer or know of one please get in touch if they would like to be part of a future show.
Anyway, this week Karl deals with one of his favourite subjects, streaming media. He explains why the Chromecast has become his device of choice and covers how to set up and use Plex.
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