It’s a Brexit special this week as Adam Boulton and guests try to make sense of the political landscape following the publication of the draft Withdrawal Agreement between the UK and the European U…
The Talk Show
‘Welcome to Dongletropolis’, With Special Guest Merlin Mann
Friday, 9 November 2018
Special guest Merlin Mann returns to the show. Topics include the new iPad Pro and the state of iOS as a work platform, the mid-term election results, and holiday parties of yore.
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Affinity Designer for iPad.
Matthew Cassinelli — former Workflow/Shortcuts engineer now posting great Shortcuts stuff.
Cassinelli’s Twitter account.
Jason Snell’s setup for writing on an iPad.
Deliveries — great iOS and Mac app for tracking deliveries.
Do By Friday.
This episode of The Talk Show was edited by Caleb Sexton.
Deb Haaland will be one of the first Native American women to serve in Congress.
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Radio Futurologist James Cridland: Podcasting Is Not An iPhone-Only Thing & Other Nuggets Of Wisdom!
We’ve got an industry expert joining Jen on this episode!
James Cridland is a radio futurologist - a writer, consultant and public speaker on radio’s future. He is also the Managing Editor of podnews.net, a daily podcast newsletter, and runs media.info, a media information website.
In this episode James shares:
What is exciting him about podcasting.
Stats that will blow your mind!
The relationship between radio and podcasting
His podcasting pet peeves.
How podcasters should define success
How smart speakers can impact your podcast
The truth about stats
How podcasting is different from radio, and how we need to understand how that impacts advertising on podcast
His wildest, most controversial media predictions!
Listen to James’ podcast HERE
You can also find him on Twitter, Linked In, Flickr and last.fm.
From Netscape To The iPad
I figure most of you should know who Matt Cutts is, but if you don’t, let’s just leave it at this: he’s about to give you the best, most behind-the-scenes oral history of early Google we’ve gotten so far on this podcast. He was the head of Google’s web spam team for nearly 15 years. He’s also the current head of the USDS, so if you what to know what YOU can do for your country—if you’re in technology and you want to make the government work better—listen to this episode!
This children’s book writer and illustrator is the artist behind View from My Run, where she does scenes from along her runs in the same time it takes her to do the run itself. She has also now worked with the NY Roadrunners Club and others to help runners develop their artistic side. If you ever thought art and running could never mix and you have no creativity, this episode might give you a different viewpoint.
Patrick Carney of The Black Keys, with his uncle Ralph Carney, breaks down the main title theme to the Netflix series BoJack Horseman.
Philippe and the team work out the identity of the mysterious man Otto lunched with on Lake Albano, and discover he too is connected with the Nazi Bishop. They take a trip to the lake to meet the Priest who buried the man and he reveals an unbelievable family secret.
A story of life, love and a curious death told by writer and barrister, Philippe Sands. A cold war mystery that reveals shadowy forces at work and consequences that stretch across generations.
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