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  1. RSR077 - Derrick Bostrom - The Meat Puppets & Nirvana

    My guest today is Derrick Bostrom, drummer for the Meat Puppets. They recorded seven albums in the 80s for the legendary SST label. They released three more albums for London Polygram in the 90s, including “Too High To Die,” for which they received a gold record and scored the hit “Backwater.”

    They are most widely known for their appearance on Nirvana’s “MTV Unplugged” television program and subsequent album. It was the financial success of the Nirvana project which finally allowed the Meat Puppets to take a long hiatus, during which Curt moved to Austin, Derrick became an IT professional and Cris pursued a drug habit which landed him up in a federal prison.

    Though Bostrom declined to join the Kirkwoods when they reformed in 2006, he has continued to chronicle the band’s history, producing a series of reissues on the Rykodisk label and promoting his own version of events on his Bostwworld site. he is also a deejay at LuxuriaMusic.com, where he hosts a weekly show dedicated to sharing his favorite ephemeral pop trash.

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  2. Bootstrapped #80: Brandon Kelly (Part 1) – Founder and CEO of Craft CMS

    Part one of our talk with Brandon Kelly about Craft CMS, politics, domains, and Pixel and Tonic.

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  3. Extra Tones: Setting Records

    If you enjoyed our episode “Contemporary Vinyl,” here is something extra! Why is releasing music on vinyl an upward trend currently? Just what is it that makes vinyl so incredible? In this podcast we explore these questions and dive into how exactly vinyl is made.

    Special thanks to Peter McDowell and Eighth Blackbird, Julia Nicols-Corry from Cedille Records, Bob Weston from Chicago Mastering Service, and Matt Earley from Gotta Groove Records.

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  4. Graphic Designer Aaron James Draplin – Master of One Podcast

    This extended interview explores a different side to Aaron, that you may not have heard before. Listen as he talks through his approach to dealing with critics, tells stories about his family, opens up about what its like to be "recognized," and a little something special on the guitar.

    http://mof1podcast.com/episode-18-2-sandbox-interview-with-graphic-designer-aaron-james-draplin/

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  5. Aaron Draplin on Planning

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  6. Self Developer - Developer Sara Soueidan — Being Freelance PODCAST WITH Steve Folland

    How do you go from having no idea of a career… to becoming Net Awards Developer of the Year? In just a couple of years?!

    For Lebanese freelancer Sara it’s been a journey of self development as much as anything she’s done for the web. Hear her story of learning, sharing, writing, speaking, teaching, creating… and then learning some more.

    http://www.beingfreelance.com/podcast-season-3/net-awards-developer-of-the-year-sara-soueidan-freelance-story

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  7. Presentable #9: Designing for the App Store, with John Gruber - Relay FM

    This week we talk to preeminent Apple blogger John Gruber about his experiences designing and developing the iOS app Vesper.

    https://www.relay.fm/presentable/9

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  8. The Spook of The Thirteenth Lock

    David Walker Smith talks to Allen Blighe and Enda Bates about music, ensembles, the 1913 lockout, James Larkin, and their gig at this year’s Clonakilty International Guitar Festival.

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  9. Sounded Like Nirvana with Brent Simmons

    Pádraig and Oisín are joined by Brent Simmons to discuss indie app development in the wake of Vesper shutting down.

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  10. 103: CraftCMS - CodePen Blog

    Show Description

    This is part 3 in a mini-series where we talk with other businesses that, like us, make money off the web.

    We’re chatting with Brandon Kelly and Brad Bell from Pixel and Tonic, the company behind CraftCMS. CraftCMS is a powerful CMS for building a bring-your-own-HTML website. We talk about things like the challenges of marketing a CMS targeting at designers and developers, pricing a CMS when there’s lots of "free" CMS’s out there, a la carte pricing, and iterating a pricing model.

    Show Sponsor: Media Temple 31:40

    Did you know that you can get Amazon Web Services (AWS) hosting through Media Temple? You can! Why would you? AWS delivers many layers of availability not available from a traditional hosting model. For example, AWS offers Auto Scaling Groups bring new instances online in real time as your traffic/workload grows and AWS’s high-availability architecture puts your infra in multiple data centers so you aren’t stuck up a creek without a paddle if one goes offline. Sound complicated? It kinda is. Fortunately Media Temple offers white-glove support for all this, including sophisticated tooling, like managing your integrations through Slack.

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    Part 1 of our mini-series talking to other businesses: #101 - Sparkbox

    Part 2: #102 - BuySellAds

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    Craft Commerce

    Craft Feature Requests

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    https://blog.codepen.io/2016/08/23/103-craftcms/

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