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  1. 209: Workflows with Casey Liss | Mac Power Users

    Katie and David sit down with Casey Liss to talk about becoming a geek dad, programing, media management, Alfred workflows, ATP and more.

    Thanks to MPU listener

    Jigar Talati for assistance with the shownotes this week!

    Links for this episode:

    Liss is More

    Casey Liss (caseyliss) on Twitter

    Casey’s Tumblelog – I’m no doctor, so I built on what he did.

    cliss (Casey Liss) · GitHub

    Accidental Tech Podcast

    ATP Ending Theme (Song A Day #1546) – YouTube

    MPU 087: Workflows with John Siracusa | Mac Power Users

    Mac Power Users 99: Workflows with Marco Arment | Mac Power Users

    caseyliss on Instagram

    Home Screen: Casey Liss — MacSparky

    MPU 060: The Case for Evernote | Mac Power Users

    Publish by Day One

    MacBook – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    There have been three separate designs of the MacBook: the original model used a combination of polycarbonate and fiberglass casing which was modeled after the iBook G4.

    VMware Fusion – Windows for Mac Desktop Virtualization

    Visual Studio – Microsoft Developer Tools

    Virtualization and Automation Solutions for Desktops, Servers, Hosting, SaaS – Parallels

    Broadwell and ARM Macs — MacSparky

    Video & Web Conferencing, Online Meetings | Lync

    Skitch | Evernote

    Private group chat, video chat, instant messaging for teams – HipChat

    Slack: Be less busy

    Patterns — krillapps

    Patterns Mac App Store Link


    How Do I Start Programming? — Liss is More

    Adding WiFi Clients to the Home — Liss is More

    Swift – Overview – Apple Developer

    Swift is an innovative new programming language for Cocoa and Cocoa Touch.

    iOS 8 for Developers – Apple Developer

    Introducing the 1Password App Extension for iOS 8 apps | Agile Blog

    Noodlesoft | Hazel

    My Photo Management Workflow, Early 2014 – MacStories

    Learning To Love Photo Management — Chambers Daily

    Photo management via the Finder – All this

    Snow Cone!


    Mac Power Users 171: Photo Management | Mac Power Users

    WiFi SD Cards: Eyefi Memory Cards: Wireless Photo and Video Uploads from your Camera to your Computer & the Web | Eyefi

    Image Capture – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Image Capture is an application program from Apple that enables users to upload pictures from digital cameras or scanners which are either connected directly to the computer or the network.

    Plex Media Server: Your Media on all of Your Devices – Plex.tv

    Synology – Network Attached Storage (NAS)

    Alfred App – Productivity App for Mac OS X

    LaunchBar 6

    Quicksilver — Mac OS X at your Fingertips

    MoneyWell – Personal Finance Software for Mac and iPhone

    ControlPlane | Context Sensitive Computing

    Colloquy: IRC, SILC & ICB Client

    Homebrew — The missing package manager for OS X

    Rogue Amoeba | Piezo: Charmingly Simple Recording From Applications and Audio Devices

    iStat Menus, a Mac app by Bjango

    Keyboard Maestro 6.4.6: Work Faster with Macros for Mac OS X

    Bartender | Mac Menu Bar Item Control

    Raging Menace – MenuMeters

    Amazon.com: Chamberlain MYQ-G0201 Control Your Garage Door with a Smartphone

    Fast Text

    Fast Text iTunes Link

    Sleep Cycle alarm clock

    Sleep Cycle iTunes Link

    SmartThings | Easy, Open, Limitless Smart Home Platform

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  2. #65: An Indie State of Mind | Release Notes

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    Today we reflect on the state of being indie, particularly in light of the discussion that we had last week with Jared Sinclair. We start, as every good argument should, by defining our terms and taking a look at what exactly we mean when we call someone “indie.” The conversation then turns to setting reasonable expectations for success, the non-financial benefits of being self-employed, and optimizing your life for freedom. We discuss the role of market and marketing in promoting App Store success, then close with our view of the App Store developer ecosystem and ways that new indies can give themselves the best shot of making it.

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    Every month there are more great articles and content about the business of Mac and iOS development than we have time to discuss on the show. If you’d like to receive our monthly newsletter with the best of these links, as well as a summary of past episodes, be sure to sign up for our mailing list at http://releasenotes.tv/mailinglist.

    Show Notes & Links

    Release Notes #64: Jared Sinclair

    Core Intuition #147: Back to Real Work – Manton Reece and Daniel Jalkut begin a really interesting discussion of what it takes to be successful in the App Store

    Core Intuition #148: A Little Bit of Peach Pie – Manton and Daniel conclude their discussion on finding success in the App Store


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  3. #192: Nobility of Effort. - Developing Perspective

    192: Nobility of Effort. July 30th, 2014 Download MP3 This past week has seen an explosion of writing and discussion about the business of making …


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  4. 121 JSJ Broccoli.js with Jo Liss

    Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:18:11 — 71.6MB) Panel Jo Liss (twitter github blog) Jamison Dance (twitter github blog) Charles Max Wood (twitter github Teach Me To Code Rails Ramp Up) Merrick Christensen (twitter github) Joe Eames (twitter github blog) Discussion 01:43 Jo Liss Introduction Sudoku Web […]


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  5. 5by5 | The Web Ahead #78: Offline with John Allsopp

    App cache, web storage, Index db, and others are powerful new technologies that change the nature of the web. These technologies are mature and ready-to-use, but so far, we aren’t seeing them be used very much. Why? What is possible? What could change?


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  6. Tarbell Industries — Steve Klabnik

    July 28 2014The Economic Context of the Gaza Conflict

    Alexis talks to independent journalist Rania Khalek about the ongoing assault on Gaza, the context missing from the mainstream media, and the economic effects of the Israeli occupation. Then, she talks to Steve Klabnik, a prolific open source programmer, and staunch anti-capitalist. We discuss the problem with Google, what “disruption” by the tech community really looks like, and how capitalists capture the productivity boosts that technology creates.Listen to the standalone interview with Rania KhalekListen to the standalone interview with Steve Klabnik

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    Rania Khalek:@RaniaKhalekhttp://raniakhalek.com/

    Steve Klabnik:@SteveKlabnik


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  7. 5by5 | The Web Ahead #77: Advanced Accessibility with Derek Featherstone

    What are some of the biggest challenges when it comes to making a website fully accessible? Keyboard access and form design can make some of the biggest differences, and present some of the biggest challenges. Derek Featherstone joins Jen Simmons to expla


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  8. Jeff Beal - House of Cards (Main Title Theme)

    Composer Jeff Beal deconstructs the main title theme music to the Netflix original series House of Cards. The show has been nominated for multiple Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Original Main Title Theme and Outstanding Music Composition. The show was adapted from a British series of the same name by writer Beau Willimon, and director and executive producer David Fincher. Jeff talks about his collaborative process with Fincher, and how they found the mood and musical palette for the show and its theme, and how it changed from season one to season two. A word of warning: if you haven’t watched the first season, there are spoilers about how that season ends.


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  9. The Incomparable | Get This Man Some New Paint (Episode 199)

    In this episode we recap our take on the TV season that recently concluded. In a segment with little to no spoilers, we largely discuss shows we like, including “Orphan Black,” “Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD,” and even “The Blacklist” and “The Good Wife.” Then at the end of the show we slip into spoiler territory and talk about season 4 of “Game of Thrones.”


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  10. Functional Geekery Episode 11 – Simon Peyton JonesFunctional Geekery | Functional Geekery

    In this episode I talk with Simon Peyton Jones. I ask him about his background in Functional Programming, the growing popularity of Haskell, things he would


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