Whenever a financial or technological disaster takes place, people wonder if it could have possibly been averted. My guests today say that the answer is often yes, and that the lessons around why big disasters happen can teach us something about preventing catastrophes in our businesses and personal lives. Their names are Chris Clearfield and Andras …
Podcast #517: What Big-Time Catastrophes Can Teach Us About How to Improve the Systems of Our Lives | The Art of Manliness
The Talk Show
Live From WWDC 2019 With Craig Federighi and Greg Joswiak
Tuesday, 4 June 2019
Recorded in front of a live audience at The California Theater in San Jose on Tuesday, 4 June 2019, John Gruber is joined by Craig Federighi and Greg Joswiak to discuss the news from WWDC 2019: the new Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR, MacOS 10.15 Catalina, iOS 13, iPadOS, SwiftUI and Catalyst, and more.
MacStadium: Dedicated Mac hosting in world-class data centers.
OmniFocus for the Web: Accomplish more every day.
Slack: Hiring iOS developers who want to define the future of Slack for mobile.
Apple’s WWDC 2019 Keynote
Audio editing by Caleb Sexton. Cover photo by John Siracusa.
dinner parties … can serve as the very cornerstone of a healthy modern society. –Brunch Is Hell: How to Save the World by Throwing a Dinner Party Kate and I really love having dinner parties. In fact, hardly a month goes by that we don’t have friends over to sup with us at …
Adam Savage on Great Tools, Great Projects, and Great Lessons (#370) | The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss
"A true creator knows that you follow the thing to where it’s going, not to where you think it ought to go." — Adam Savage Adam Savage (TW: @donttrythis IG: @therealadamsavage FB: therealadamsavage) has spent his life gathering skills that allow him to take what’s in his brain and make it …
In the 21st century, most of our written communication is done through typing on a computer or tapping digital buttons on a smartphone screen. But my guest today argues that we can increase our sense of humanity and our connection to the physical world and to other people by rediscovering the lost art of putting a real …
Financial independence is a goal for a lot of folks. But what does it take to get there? My guest today explores that question on his website, Financial Samurai. His name is Sam Dogen, and before writing about money online, he worked in finance. We begin our conversation discussing how his career in equities shaped his personal …
A small town in Wisconsin becomes the site of a completely unprecedented experiment. A Better Mount Pleasant vs Let’s Make A Better Mount PleasantJournalist Larry Tabak’s series on Foxconn in WisconsinEconomist David Merriman’s paper on the type of financing used by Mount Pleasant Journalist Brian Merchant’s book which includes a visit to Foxconn campus in ChinaAn Interview with Sruthi Pinnamaneni on Vergecast
Does your family life feel frantic? Does it seem like every week you and your wife are scrambling to manage all the stuff that’s going on like school and community activities, extracurriculars, social engagements, and home maintenance? Perhaps what you need to do is apply some of the strategies that help businesses get organized to …
Studies show that people, especially young people, are having less sex than past generations did. While many may celebrate this decline as a good thing, the reasons behind the drop in sex may not all be so positive. A decline in physical intimacy may potentially speak to a decline in emotional intimacy, and a struggle modern …
How you start something is often how you finish it, and that couldn’t be truer than for the trajectory of each of your days. When your mornings feel chaotic, rushed, and fragmented, the rest of your day often does too. But when you start off with a centering, invigorating morning routine, that feeling follows you …
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