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  1. Seattle Before the iPhone #7 - John Chaffee - The Record

    This episode was recorded 16 May 2013 live and in person at Omni’s lovely offices overlooking Lake Union in Seattle. (Check out the OmniFocus 2 public beta!)

    You can download the m4a file or subscribe in iTunes. (Or subscribe to the podcast feed.)

    John Chaffee is a co-founder of BusyMac which makes the awesome BusyCal. John talks about being a Mac developer in the ’90s, what it was like at Now Software, and how he got tired of mobile and came back to the Mac.

    This episode is sponsored by Squarespace. Easily create beautiful websites via drag-and-drop. Get help any time from their 24/7 technical support. Create responsive websites — ready for phones and tablets — without any extra effort: Squarespace’s designers have already handled it for you. Get 10% off by going to http://squarespace.com/therecord. And, if you want to get under the hood, check out their APIs at developers.squarespace.com.

    This episode is also sponsored by Microsoft Azure Mobile Services. Mobile Services is a great way to provide backend services — syncing and other things — for your iPhone, iPad, and Mac apps. If you’ve been to the website already, you’ve seen the tutorials where you input code into a browser window. And that’s an easy way to get started. But don’t be fooled: Mobile Services is deep. You can write in JavaScript in your favorite text editor and deploy via Git. Good stuff.

    Things we mention, in order of appearance (roughly):

    BusyMac

    BusyCal

    Now Software

    Extensis

    Farallon

    SplashData

    PhoneNet connectors

    AppleTalk

    Berkeley Mac Users Group (BMUG)

    Berkeley, CA

    QA

    A/UX

    Desktop publishing

    Mac iici

    SCSI

    Santa Barbara

    Mac Store

    Pagemaker

    Mac 512

    VIP Technologies

    Atari ST

    Apple IIgs

    Lotus 1-2-3

    Taxes

    Mac SE/30

    Portland

    Bay Area

    San Jose

    System 7

    1991

    Now Utilities

    Dave Riggle

    Claris

    MacWrite

    Filemaker Pro

    Bento

    1990

    Macworld Expo

    Floppy disks

    iCal

    Now Up-to-Date

    Macworld Expo Boston

    Compuserve

    Windows

    Altura Mac2Win

    Qualcomm

    Osborne Effect

    Dotcom Bubble

    Aldus Fetch

    Quark

    MacMall

    OnOne Software

    1999

    Adobe InDesign

    OpenDoc

    Mac OS X

    Carbon

    AppKit

    NetNewsWire

    Office Space

    Getty Images

    PhotoDisx

    2001

    Palm PDA

    Handspring Visor

    PalmGear

    Handango

    SplashPhoto

    SplashMoney

    SplashID

    SplashShopper

    SplashWallet

    Windows Mobile

    Symbian

    Android

    SplashBlog

    Instagram

    2006

    SixApart

    Movable Type

    2007

    Mac App Store

    BusyCal, LLC

    Google

    WWDC

    RSS

    Safari/RSS

    Google (Partly) Shuts Down CalDAV

    MobileMe

    SyncServices

    iCloud

    Sandboxing

    JCPenney’s

    Apple Pulls out of Macworld

    Twitter

    AirPlay

    Apple TV

    Type A Personality

    Domain Name System

    BusySync

    HotSync

    iCloud Core Data Syncing

    iCloud Key/Value Storage

    ActiveSync

    ExchangeWebService

    Blackberry

    http://therecord.co/2014/03/28/john_chaffee

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  2. OmniFocus 2, Time, and To-Dos | The Weekly Briefly

    On this week’s show:

    My history with to-do lists.

    Initial impressions of the new OmniFocus 2 for Mac beta and how it compares to OmniFocus on the iPad and iPhone.

    Thoughts on giving areas of responsibility a designated time-slot during the day / week.

    Links:

    OF2 for Mac Beta

    What’s Best Next

    My reviews of Things in 2009 and then OmniFocus in 2010

    Sponsored by:

    22Slides: Portfolios for people who have better things to do than tinker with code.

    The awesome members of shawnblanc.net: their support makes the work I do a sustainable possibility.

    Podcast: Download (Duration: 28:14 — 19.5MB)

    http://weeklybriefly.net/omnifocus-2-time-and-to-dos/

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  3. Episode 170 | 12 Strategies for Avoiding Shiny Object Syndrome | Startups For the Rest of Us

    http://www.startupsfortherestofus.com/episodes/episode-170-12-strategies-for-avoiding-shiny-object-syndrome

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  4. 75: We Used to Finger Each Other

    Special guest star Brent Simmons joins John Gruber to talk about the past and future of Apple programming languages, how to make coffee and popcorn (albeit not together), whether links should be underlined on web pages, and Brent’s new podcast (co-hosted by Chris Parrish), The Record.

    http://muleradio.net/thetalkshow/75

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  5. 012 Lonely sandwich magic and a place for the soul with Merlin Mann

    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?

    You can read about how and why this podcast came to be here and subscribe here. You can also support this show and a great podcast network here.

    Any and all feedback is very welcome! You can reach me on Twitter or email at hello(at)stormingmortal.com

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    Show notes:

    1. Back To WorkDan Benjamin

    2. You Look Nice TodayAdam LisagorScott Simpson

    3. Roderick on the Line

    43 Folders

    Technicaldificulties.usRadiolab

    Bionic

    MashMonty PythonMary Tyler MooreBob NewhartSpinal TapWaiting for GuffmanIdiocracy

    Florida.

    Hardware:2006 Mac Pro2010 Macbook AiriPhone 5SiPad MiniApple TV

    Software:TweetbotReederEditorial1passwordOmnifocusInstacastInstapaperComixologyCalendar 5FantasticalChunky

    Favorite piece of tech: Black and white TV

    http://stormingmortal.com/12/

    download

    Tagged with podcast

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  6. 74: Heart of a Gambler

    Special guest Glenn Fleishman joins John Gruber to discuss Bitcoin — how it works, the problems it solves, where it’s going, and more. Also, Apple’s "goto fail" security bug, and some Jeopardy and Blackjack game theory.

    http://muleradio.net/thetalkshow/74

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  7. Episode 51: They Took Our Jobs [recorded on February 6th, 2014]

    Episode 51: They Took Our Jobs [recorded on February 6th, 2014] This week we answered an email about comparing your work to young designers and self doubt. (Also we talked about Flappy Bird before it…

    http://onthegrid.co/post/76910235091

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    Tagged with andy podcast

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  8. Podcast – eBookCamp München 2014 | Papiergeflüster

    geschrieben am 16. Februar 2014

    von Papiergeflüster

    Am Samstag, den 15. Februar 2014, fand das erste eBookCamp in München statt. Die Hamburger hatten schon drei Mal das Vergnügen, jetzt durfte sich auch der Süden Deutschlands über kürzere Anreisewege zum eBookCamp freuen.

    Das eBookCamp ist ein BarCamp, der perfekte Ort für eine Mischung aus Input und Diskussion in Vorträgen und Diskussionen und lockerem Austausch in den Pausen. In München gab es neun Sessions, verteilt auf drei Panels.

     

    Die Themen waren:

    •    Zeitgemäßes Marketing für digitale Produkte (Luise Schitteck, Carina Waldmann)

    •    eBooks, libros electrónicos, электронные книги – ein Blick auf verschiedene Märkte (Johanna Krobitzsch, Richard Haupt)

    •    Anspruchsvolle ePub-eBooks selber machen (Ursula Welsch, Fabian Kern)

    •    eBook-only: Digitalverlage und eBook-Reihen (Jan Karsten)

    •    Post-ePub – Was danach kommt (Stefan Göbel)

    •    Alles billig? eBook-Preise in Deutschland (Matthias Mattig)

    •    eBooks und eBook-Reader im Buchhandel (Robert Stöppel)

    •    Ratgeber eBooks bei TRIAS: automatisiert, wirtschaftlich und sexy (Claudia Güner)

    •    Gute Projektideen, viele Befürworter, aber wer macht’s dann tatsächlich? (Fr. Dr. Steffen, Bommersheim Consulting)

    Ich durfte für Papiergeflüster mit dem Podcast dabei sein und O-Töne einsammeln. Zusammen kam eine bunte Mischung kurzer Podcasts mit Teilnehmern, Referenten und Veranstaltern.

    Mit dabei sind (in der Reihenfolge ihrer Wortmeldung):

    Vor dem eBookCamp:

    Peter Schmid-Meil vom AKEP

    Robert Stöppel von der Buchhandlung Stöppel

    Timothy Sonderhüsken von dotbooks

    Zwischenspiel:

    Zoë Beck von CulturBooks

    Andreas Gyo

    Evelyn Sternad

    Andrea Schlotfeld

    Jana Stahl

    Andy Artmann von Tango Publishing

    Nach dem ebookCamp:

    Robert Stöppel zum Zweiten

    Christina Fürbaß

    Mario Como

    Fabian Kern von dpc

    Daniel Bräuer von nextbookstop

    Luise Schitteck von readbox

    Steffen Meier vom AKEP

    Herzlichen Dank an alle, die mit ihren Antworten den Podcast gefüllt haben! Es hat sehr viel Spaß gemacht mit euch.

    Danke auch an die Veranstalter des eBookCamps, den AKEP und den Landesverband Bayern vom Börsenverein des Deutschen Buchhandels.

    Andreas Gyo hat das eBookCamp in Bildern festgehalten.

    Dauer: 00:33:47

    Teilen mit:

    http://www.papiergefluester.com/podcast-ebookcamp-muenchen-2013-all-in-one/

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  9. Episode 12: Charge More for Your Product w/Patrick McKenzie | Chasing Product

    Patrick McKenzie talks about software entrepreneurship, and why "charge more for your product" is often the best thing you can do.

    http://www.chasingproduct.com/episodes/episode-12-charge-product-wpatrick-mckenzie

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  10. Construction Kit Food - The Talk Show - Mule Radio Syndicate

    The Talk Show

    Episode 71

    February 14, 2014

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    Construction Kit Food

    with Jason Fried

    Special guest Jason Fried joins John Gruber; topics include 37signals’ decision to rebrand as Basecamp and focus on just one product, aligning customer interests with your business interests, the future of sports broadcasting, and more.

    Sponsored by

    Backblaze Online Backup: $5/month. Unlimited. Unthrottled. Uncomplicated. Available Anywhere.

    Hover takes all the hassle and friction out of owning and managing domain names.

    lynda.com: Learn at your own pace from expert-taught video tutorials.

    Websites we mention:

    Basecamp

    Signal vs. Noise

    Real Networks suckage

    http://www.muleradio.net/thetalkshow/71/

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