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  1. The Talk Show

    ‘HUBBO IS IN DECLINE’, WITH SPECIAL GUEST MERLIN MANN

    Tuesday, 21 March 2017

    The one and only Merlin Mann returns to the show. Topics include modern plumbing technology and product marketing, the intricate ordeal of switching from iCloud’s old two-step authentication to the modern two-factor authentication, and the future of voice-driven UI/AI. Also, a wee bit of follow-up on our post-election November 9 Holiday Party.

    —Huffduffed by jslo

  2. Mac Power Users #370: Automation with Sal Soghoian - Relay FM

    Sal Soghoian joins us to discuss the state of Mac an iOS automation. Sal discusses Automation on the Mac, the possibilities for Automation on iOS and the tools and languages available to put the power in the hands of the user.

    https://www.relay.fm/mpu/370

    —Huffduffed by justingoboom

  3. James Altucher Ep. 220: Matt Mullenweg – Do You Have Your Own Internal “Code”

    I have a rule. After every podcast, I write down 10 things I learned. I don’t know if anyone else does this. Do you do this? Some people make illustrations. They send me what they’ve learned. It’s a creation of a creation of a creation. A drawing of a podcast of someone’s life.

    But I broke my rule. It’s been over a month. And my brain is digging for the lessons from my interview with the creator of WordPress. I think I have Alzheimer’s. Matt was 19 years old when he started WordPress. It was 2003. Now WordPress.com gets more traffic than Amazon.com.

    The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times both use WordPress. I use WordPress.

    I wanted to know if it’s still worth the time and effort to make your own site. He said it is. That’s how you break out…

    “We’re trying to revitalize the independent web,” Matt Mullenweg said. He’s 33 now. “It’s not like these big sites are going anywhere. They’re fantastic. I use all of them, but you want balance. You need your own site that belongs to you… like your own home on the Internet.”

    —Huffduffed by charleroper