Very special guest Merlin Mann and John Gruber discuss 43-year-old Yankees pitcher Mariano Rivera, career-ending injuries for writers and podcasters, and whether Larry Page more resembles a Bond villain or Magneto. In other words, the usual.
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Special guest Jim Coudal joins John Gruber to discuss Stanley Kubrick’s “2001: A Space Odyssey”, The Deck network and the state of online advertising, and the just-completed Webstock conference in Wellington, New Zealand.
John Gruber and Merlin Mann on booze, iTunes 11, and the sorry state of over-the-counter cold medication in the U.S.
Merlin Mann joins John Gruber for a quick two-hour holiday-week chat.
John Gruber and Dan Benjamin talk about the rumors of iPad 3, Windows 8 on ARM, LTE hardware, and Google Drive, about the Super Bowl ad Apple didn’t run, the Samsung stylus, and Path doing the wrong thing the wrong way.
After a circuitous amble through problematic fruit, E-Ticket rides, ambient alcohol, housing problems in the Hundred Acre Wood, blackjack strategy, ATM fees, and watching your daughter learn to walk at a casino, John and I did actually get to a couple pretty great points about stuff. Gruber and Merlin stuff.
This was very fun and a real thrill for me.
The Talk Show #26: The Worst Way to Get Cut in Half - 5by5
John and Dan celebrate the anniversary of The Talk Show and the birthday of DOS by talking about iPhone prototype rumors, home buttons, TextMate, the shape of Macs, storage, and displays to come, and life after #5byBond.
JOHN: We only have one TV in the house.
DAN: Oh, but it’s huge, Dude. It’s huge. It’s, like, a…60-…70-inch plasma.
JOHN: It’s a hundred and eighty inches. Diagonal.
DAN: You can see that from any room you want.
JOHN: Right. It’s twenty-two feet.
In this special, impromptu episode, Dan talks with two great minds in the Apple world, Andy Ihnatko of the Chicago Sun Times and John Gruber of Daring Fireball about the intriguing Gizmodo acquisition of a pre-release iPhone, and the implications, legal and otherwise, for Gizmodo, Apple, and online journalism as a whole.
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