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  1. The Talk Show ✪: Ep. 164, With Special Guest Jason Snell

    The Talk Show

    ‘Enjoyably Clicky’, With Special Guest Jason Snell

    Friday, 12 August 2016

    Jason Snell returns to the show. Topics include the latest rumors regarding the upcoming new iPhones and MacBook Pros, Rick Tetzeli’s cover story for Fast Company on Tim Cook’s Apple, the saga of Apple Maps, and the connection between baseball and mechanical keyboards.

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    Six Colors.

    Upgrade episode 101: “It Works Great in California”.

    Mark Gurman’s report for Bloomberg on this year’s new iPhones.

    Gurman on new MacBook Pros.

    UX Magazine: “The Impossible Bloomberg Makeover” — why Bloomberg terminals have an inscrutable UI that they won’t change.

    WASD Keyboards.

    The Apple IIgs keyboard.

    Leopold keyboards.

    This episode of The Talk Show was edited by Caleb Sexton.

    http://daringfireball.net/thetalkshow/2016/08/12/ep-164

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  2. Professionelle Passion – Viertausendhertz | Geschichten zum Hören

    Wie sieht er aus, der Status Quo professioneller Podcasts in Deutschland und Europa? Nicolas und Christian erzählen es euch in dieser Frequenz 4000 Folge.

    http://viertausendhertz.de/frq10/

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  3. Mein Auto, meine Waffe – Krieg auf den Straßen

    An jeder Ecke, zu jeder Tages-Zeit: es wird gehupt und gedrängelt, geschnitten und geschrien. Wer Fußgänger ist, hat Pech. Der muss eben um die parkenden Autos herum marschieren und sich eine Lücke suchen. Wer Radfahrer ist, hat auch Pech, oder reagiert sich an Fußgängern ab. Meine Vorfahrt, meine 300 PS, jeder gegen alle - Rüpel und Rowdies auf und in den Straßen: am drastischsten zeigt sich das bei illegalen Autorennen, die neuerdings auch mitten in der Stadt veranstaltet werden,…

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  4. The Incomparable | Skywalker’s Eleven (Episode 88)

    88

    Skywalker’s Eleven

    We tackle the last of the classic “Star Wars” trilogy, “Return of the Jedi.” Why does Jabba the Hutt enjoy avant-garde wall hangings and ’80s dance moves? Isn’t it sad how Boba Fett goes out with a whimper? Are the alien languages in “Star Wars” too fake-sounding? And what’s up with Leia’s metal bikini? (Part 1 of 2.)

    April 29, 2012

    1 hour, 13 minutes

    Jason Snell

    with Dan Moren, John Siracusa and Serenity Caldwell

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    Harmy’s "despecialized edition"

    The Incomparable 46 ("Star Wars" part 1)

    The Incomparable 47 ("Star Wars" part 2)

    The Incomparable 67 ("Empire Strikes Back" part 1)

    The Incomparable 68 ("Empire Strikes Back" part 2)

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    Skywalker’s Eleven

    We tackle the last of the classic "Star Wars" trilogy, "Return of the Jedi." Why does Jabba the Hutt enjoy avant-garde wall hangings and ’80s dance moves? Isn’t it sad how Boba Fett goes out with a whimper? Are the alien languages in "Star Wars" too fake-sounding? And what’s up with Leia’s metal bikini? (Part 1 of 2.)

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    https://www.theincomparable.com/theincomparable/88/index.php

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  5. The Incomparable | Also Known as Endor (Episode 89)

    We wrap up our six-part series on the classic “Star Wars” movies with the climactic final half of “Return of the Jedi.” We discuss how the Empire is ahead of the rebels every step of the way, question Luke’s choice of forest camouflage, and explain why Ewoks are better unsubtitled. Also, how is Luke’s journey to being a Jedi not like what you see in most action movies? Who is more heroic in the end, Luke or Vader? Why does the Emperor wait so long to show us his lightning fingers? Why are rebel ships equipped with fireworks? And is Endor the name of the moon, or the name of the planet the moon is orbiting, or both?

    https://www.theincomparable.com/theincomparable/89/index.php

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  6. The Incomparable | Jedi Weekend (Episode 68)

    68

    Jedi Weekend

    Gather some bounty hunters and warm up the carbon freezer! It’s time for the conclusion of our epic discussion of “The Empire Strikes Back.” We dissect the evolution of the Han-Leia relationship, the truly playful nature of Yoda and the importance of Dagobah, Vader’s agenda and his crunchy gloves, and Luke’s continuing adventures with garbage.

    November 25, 2011

    1 hour, 27 minutes

    Jason Snell

    with Dan Moren, John Siracusa and Serenity Caldwell

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    The Incomparable #46: I Like My Coffee Like My Evil Sith Lords

    The Incomparable #47: Death Star University

    Buy the Original Trilogy Blu-Rays and make John Siracusa cry

    After Dark #62: After the episode ended

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    Jedi Weekend

    Gather some bounty hunters and warm up the carbon freezer! It’s time for the conclusion of our epic discussion of "The Empire Strikes Back." We dissect the evolution of the Han-Leia relationship, the truly playful nature of Yoda and the importance of Dagobah, Vader’s agenda and his crunchy gloves, and Luke’s continuing adventures with garbage.

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    https://www.theincomparable.com/theincomparable/68/index.php

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  7. The Incomparable | Darth Vader’s Office is Really Weird (Episode 67)

    67

    Darth Vader’s Office is Really Weird

    Launch your probe droids and cut open your tauntaun! It’s time for part one of our two-part discussion of “The Empire Strikes Back.” Does Han Solo just want to be loved? Is Chewie sabotaging the Falcon on purpose? Why is snowy Hoth the setting? Why is Ben Kenobi a man of few words? Who’s scruffy-lookin’? And what is the purpose for Darth Vader’s clamshell office, anyway?

    November 20, 2011

    1 hour, 24 minutes

    Jason Snell

    with Dan Moren, John Siracusa and Serenity Caldwell

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    Incomparable 46: I Like My Coffee Like My Evil Sith Lords

    Incomparable 47: Death Star University

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    The Podcast Strikes Back

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    Darth Vader’s Office is Really Weird

    Launch your probe droids and cut open your tauntaun! It’s time for part one of our two-part discussion of "The Empire Strikes Back." Does Han Solo just want to be loved? Is Chewie sabotaging the Falcon on purpose? Why is snowy Hoth the setting? Why is Ben Kenobi a man of few words? Who’s scruffy-lookin’? And what is the purpose for Darth Vader’s clamshell office, anyway?

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    https://www.theincomparable.com/theincomparable/67/index.php

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  8. The Incomparable | Death Star University (Episode 47)

    Continuing our discussion of “Star Wars,” the original film. We praise the jump to hyperspace, explain why TIE fighter pilots wear black, ponder how Han and Leia somehow turn up in an Aaron Sorkin scene, reveal why there is no Space OSHA, comment on Ben Kenobi’s old man slippers and incomparable pseudonym, and expose the rebellion so rich it can have its own university and mint its own medals. (Part 2 of 2.)

    https://www.theincomparable.com/theincomparable/47/index.php

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  9. The Incomparable | I Like My Coffee Like My Evil Sith Lords (Episode 46)

    46

    I Like My Coffee Like My Evil Sith Lords

    “Star Wars,” the original film, is finally in our crosshairs, and if we can bulls-eye a Womp Rat we can take on this classic sci-fi film. We talk about our first memories of Star Wars, pretend the prequels didn’t happen, give Cantina drink-ordering tips, and marvel at Darth Vader’s coffee-drinking habits. (Part 1 of 2.)

    June 25, 2011

    59 minutes

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    Jason Snell

    with Dan Moren, John Siracusa, Scott McNulty and Greg Knauss

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    I Like My Coffee Like My Evil Sith Lords

    "Star Wars," the original film, is finally in our crosshairs, and if we can bulls-eye a Womp Rat we can take on this classic sci-fi film. We talk about our first memories of Star Wars, pretend the prequels didn’t happen, give Cantina drink-ordering tips, and marvel at Darth Vader’s coffee-drinking habits. (Part 1 of 2.)

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    https://www.theincomparable.com/theincomparable/46/index.php

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  10. The Incomparable | Caucus with the Dark Side (Episode 238)

    238

    Caucus with the Dark Side

    Finished, this podcast torture is. We conclude our conversation about “Star Wars - Episode III: Revenge of the Sith,” taking you all the way through the dissatisfying ending. As a bonus, we try to rank the prequels, and discover a surprising winner. (part 2 of 2)

    March 13, 2015

    1 hour, 35 minutes

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    Jason Snell

    with John Siracusa, Serenity Caldwell, Steve Lutz, Dan Moren and Andy Ihnatko

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    Caucus with the Dark Side

    Finished, this podcast torture is. We conclude our conversation about "Star Wars - Episode III: Revenge of the Sith," taking you all the way through the dissatisfying ending. As a bonus, we try to rank the prequels, and discover a surprising winner. (part 2 of 2)

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    https://www.theincomparable.com/theincomparable/238/index.php

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