Alf Watt, developer of iStumbler and also formerly of Apple's Wi-Fi group, joins John and Dave today to answer all of your (and their!) Wi-Fi concerns. Join these three geeks to absorb all the Wi-Fi knowledge you can. Download, press play and enjoy!
In the first episode of “Behind the App”, a special series of Inquisitive, we take a look at the beginnings of iOS app development, by focusing on the introduction of the iPhone and the App Store.
Don Melton, former Engineering Director of Internet Technologies at Apple, talks about his non-browser-based passions - Blu-Ray, transcoding, H.264, and managing massive amounts of media. Warning: Contains extreme nerdery.
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Dan and John talk after Back to Work #205.
With Merlin on sabbatical, Dan is joined by John Roderick to discuss his recent visit to Africa, the military, corporate friends, strategic thinking, the Internet, digital books and albums, echoes, playmobil figures, measuring your arms, and more.
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Dec 12th 14
43: Holiday Johns
Lex was traveling this week so we have a guest, one John Gruber. He’s apparently some guy in the Internet.
Not coincidentally, this is our longest episode ever.
What was the deal with bearer bonds back in the 1980s movies? They were basically what every villain was after. In the upcoming SPECTRE, it’s probably something else.
Don’t take the kids to see American Sniper for the holidays. We talk again about our Frozen experiences.
A holiday trip to FAO Schwarz seems dicey but if you’re in Manhattan how can you not? Also, Dylan’s Candy Bar. Oh, man.
Playmobil has some great robbery sets that Gruber and Moltz speak highly of. Their kids might, too. Not sure.
Moltz’s kid is getting a PC laptop for Christmas and Moltz is already having trouble with it.
Moltz wants to know if Jon’s and Gruber’s kids are getting his Minecraft book for Christmas.
Gruber’s kid might be getting a Playstation 4 with LEGO Batman 3 and FIFA Soccer.
Jon’s kids might be getting Minecraft for Playstation. One wants an Easy-Bake oven.
If you don’t follow the Grubers on Twitter, they had an interesting time setting up their Christmas tree this year.
Moltz’s tree contribution is putting up his Star Trek ornaments. He doesn’t have this one but it’s on his wish list.
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