This week Myke is joined by Jeff Cannata
Garnett Lee, Jeff Cannata, Ozzie Mejia, and Andrea Rene discuss Kickstarter, Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, Gears of War: Judgment, and show a lot of love for the upcoming Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon.
Rob Corddry guests to talk about screenwriting, GTD, workflows and why we spend our free time fiddling.
We mix it up on this week’s CultCast! Join us for a very special hour with guest Jeff Cannata, former co-host of The Totally Rad Show (TRS) on Revision3 and current co-host of CNET’s Always On.
For all of you who used to watch and love TRS, we remember the show and relive how its cutting-edge virtual set — all made with just one camera and a Mac Pro — made it one of the most popular and beloved podcasts on the internet. Plus, what’s it feel like Kickstarting over $100,000 for a new show? Jeff knows, and shares his amazing experience.
All that and Mr. Cannata reveals his favorite iPad apps and gadgets!
When is an application or design actually done? Dan Benjamin talks with Cameron Moll, Faruk Ates, and Garrett Dimon about design and the software development process, and how it differs when it’s your project vs. client work. We also discuss the way that new devices like the iPad are changing the way we code and design, and more.
A talk show featuring discussions with special guests, the latest tech and development news, and your calls.
Dan is joined by John Gruber of Daring Fireball and Craig Hockenberry, creator of Twitterrific at Icon Factory. We talk about the Tweetie acquisition by Twitter, the iPhone OS 4, iAds, Game Center, and more.
Jim Coudal of Coudal Partners drops in by phone to talk about the new and emerging advertising marketplace and ecosystem Apple is creating.
The Big Web Show features special guests and topics like the future of publishing, art direction online, content strategy, web fonts and typography, CMS shootouts, HTML5 and CSS3, building an audience, and more.
Jeffrey Zeldman and Dan Benjamin grill Ethan Dunham of Fontspring and Font Squirrel and Jeffrey Veen of Typekit (and other sites, too numerous to name) about one of your favorite subjects, “real fonts on your website” in this, our inaugural episode.
The Pipeline is an interview show with innovators, designers, geeks, newsmakers, and people who create things.
Dan Benjamin interview Liz Danzico, a designer, educator, editor, and an independent information architecture and user experience consultant. Liz has worked with companies like Barnes & Noble, Happy Cog, Razorfish, and more. She worked with Boxes and Arrows as editor-in-chief for nearly seven years, and was director of experience strategy for AIGA.
Dan and Liz discuss design, curating, the importance of user experience, writing for the web, inspiration, the future of the web and social networks, and where we’re headed as an online community.
The EE Podcast is a discussion about building websites with ExpressionEngine, bringing you helpful technical discussions and the latest news and from the EE development community.
You’ve spent weeks developing an ExpressionEngine-powered website for your client. The site looks great, works great and you’re ready to hand it over to the client. What now?
In this episode Dan and Ryan discuss preparing a site for client hand-off. They cover some of the best add-ons to help and some tips from their experience.
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