In this episode I talk with Andreas Stefik. We cover the human factors side of programming languages and he gives a rundown of what the little research we have
Acclaimed fiction writer Nathan Englander has always worked around the clock, but now he is trying the notoriously grueling CrossFit.
20 guests are asked to pick just one thing in (or about) Star Wars: The
Force Awakens to talk about for two minutes or less.
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We talk with Yehuda Katz about how much risk is right for you and your app, the sharp tools of high level abstractions, and how our statistical intuition leads us astray on web performance.
The Talk Show
‘Put a Nipple on It’, With Special Guest Adam Lisagor
Saturday, 7 November 2015
Special guest Adam Lisagor returns to the show. Topics include the new Apple TV (why we both love it, despite several 1.0 flaws), 4K video, 3D movies, and Adam’s excellent new series “Computer Show”.
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The photo I sent to Adam at the start of the show.
FireCore aTV Flash.
The Computer Chronicles.
Pako — the silly little car chase game I’m digging on Apple TV.
Faces of Death.
This episode of The Talk Show was edited by Caleb Sexton.
Jessica Kerr is incredibly excited to be a software developer. She does some blogging and some tweeting, software development at Stripe, which is amazing, and some podcasting as a panelist on Ruby Rogues, and some meetup-ing, and some teaching programming to her sister, and some speaking.
Stop Podcasting Yourself
The hilarious and charming John Hodgman and the charming and hilarious John Roderick join us to talk about print magazines, fashion risks, and one another’s prized possessions.
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Margaret Atwood’s robot pen
No Name Brand
Frederick and Nelson
Bob Hoskins in Brazil
Bob Dylan in a hoodie
Bottles and jars by Chris von Szombathy
I’d Do Anything for Love (not that, though)
In this episode, we talk to Jessica Kerr about schema, Seamaps and lots of other things.
On this first episode of Conversation Parade, hosts John Moe (hosts APM’s Wits) and Open Mike Eagle (L.A.-based art rapper) explore the relationship between Finn the Human and Jake the Dog and wonder whether we really need manuals in life. Plus, John talks with actor John DiMaggio, the voice of Jake the Dog, about what it’s like to record the show with his fellow actors and why he loves Lumpy Space Princess so much.
Writer and podcaster Merlin Mann joins Antony to stand up (mostly) for the “Watchmen” movie, discuss the difficulty of separating source material from its adaptation… and then there’s that ending.
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