In this inaugural episode of Dawn Patrol, Gabe, Erik, Bob, and Potatowire gather early on a Saturday morning to catch up on a wide range of unrelated and uninteresting topics.
Debug is a casual, conversational interview show featuring the best developers in the business about the amazing apps they make and why and how they make them. On this episode Matt Drance of Bookhouse Software, Ryan Nielsen of Tumult, Daniel Jalkut of Red Sweater, and Jason Snell of Macworld join Guy and Rene to talk about Apple’s WWDC 2014 keynote — the Swift programming language, Extensibility, Cloud Kit, Metal, and more.
Posted Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Merlin Mann on Apple, WWDC, sleep habits and home entertainment.
About The Joe Rogan Experience
The Joe Rogan Experience podcast is a long form conversation hosted by comedian, UFC color commentator, and actor Joe Rogan with friends and guests that have included comedians, actors, musicians, MMA instructors and commentators, authors, artists, and porn stars.
The Joe Rogan Experience was voted the Best Comedy Podcast of 2012 on iTunes. In addition online listening, fans can watch a videocast of the show live on Ustream or tune in on Sirius XM’s “The Virus” channel on Saturdays at Noon ET and Sundays at 5:00 AM and 6:00 PM ET.
Myke and Federico introduce Directional and discuss what they want the show to be, before going on to discuss Nintendo. They talk about Nintendo’s current position, investigate the idea of integrated hardware and software and look at some potential avenue
Merlin Mann returns to do a gradually deeper dive about anxiety, how thoughts effect our feelings and vice versa, relationships, expectations and much more.
One his goals was to be associated with a title, and well after 200+ issues of Avengers, he’s made his mark on Earth’s Mightiest Heroes for fans to pick up in years to come. In this week’s episode, I talk to Brian Michael Bendis – a bona fide journeyman when it comes to working in the industry. This show is most definitely a part one because after two and a half hours of chatting, we only got up to him starting at Marvel!
Learning all about how Brian broke into the industry was fascinating. Knowing very early on that comics was what he wanted to do with his life, it was very interesting to see how he looked to a number of different outlets for his creative process. After meeting comic legends in person, working as a cartoonist and creating his own comics – Brian would soon reach his goal and the rest was history.
So I hope you enjoy this second to last show of the year – and just in time for the holidays!
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Horace Dediu and Guy English discuss the future of TV, how we consume media, and the fate of console-style devices. From Apple to Nintendo and beyond, is there one box to rule them all, or can there be?Interview segment: Cinematographer Barry Braverman talks about working with director Wes Anderson (uncut version to be posted as Screen Time #54)Apple TV Gains its Own Shopping Category | AppleInsiderHorace wrote one of my favorite Asymco articles in 2011 that applies here: Hiding in Plain SightAirPlay Configuration Files Hint at Next-Gen Apple TV Hardware |AppleInsiderMobile Gamers Aren’t Playing NIntendo-Style Games | ConsulGamerBarry Braverman’s website, and his IMDb credits.Bicycle Thieves, aka The Bicycle Thief aka Ladri di bicciclette | WikipediaBottle Rocket (and Murita Cycles) | The Criterion CollectionUmberto D (click through for restored trailer) | The Criterion CollectionSponsored by:Squarespace: everything you need to get started making a website. Use the offer code mentioned in the show for 10% offSmile: get PDFPen Scan in the App Store for $4.99, or PDFPen 6 in the Mac App Store for $59.99Drobo: smart storage to protect what matters. Use offer code MOISES for $50 off any Drobo model at Drobostore.com
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