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  1. 149. Marco Arment, Overcast

    Marco Arment, developer of podcast app Overcast, joins Lex on the Wolf Den. Lex and Marco discuss pretty much everything going on in podcasting today. The two debate the technical complications of dynamic ad insertion and how it affects both podcasters and podcast apps. The two also discuss Marco’s history with Midroll in its early days, and theorize what might happen if Apple ever exited the podcast space.

    This episode is brought to you by The MarTech Podcast.

    https://art19.com/shows/wolf-den/episodes/04aeba9e-8516-4b3e-8c85-eae39ffcffbe

    —Huffduffed by petergrohs

  2. 149. Marco Arment, Overcast

    Marco Arment, developer of podcast app Overcast, joins Lex on the Wolf Den. Lex and Marco discuss pretty much everything going on in podcasting today. The two debate the technical complications of dynamic ad insertion and how it affects both podcasters and podcast apps. The two also discuss Marco’s history with Midroll in its early days, and theorize what might happen if Apple ever exited the podcast space.

    This episode is brought to you by The MarTech Podcast.

    https://art19.com/shows/wolf-den/episodes/04aeba9e-8516-4b3e-8c85-eae39ffcffbe

    —Huffduffed by mcsmit

  3. A conversation with Marco Arment | NextMarket

    This conversation is with Marco Arment, who many know as the guy behind Instapaper, The Magazine as well as the lead developer for Tumblr. I wanted to catch up with Marco for some time, but now was the perfect time since he’d just announced his new podcast app, Overcast, which he announced at XOXO in Portland. We talk about his early days, app store economics, his love for podcasts, the decision to create a podcast app and what we can expect for Overcast. You can find about what Marco is up to at www.marco.org and find more about Overcast, which is expected to be released late this year/early 2014 at www.overcast.fm http://www.podcastone.com/pg/jsp/program/episode.jsp?programID=540&pid=346278

    —Huffduffed by tofias

  4. A conversation with Marco Arment | NextMarket

    This conversation is with Marco Arment, who many know as the guy behind Instapaper, The Magazine as well as the lead developer for Tumblr. I wanted to catch up with Marco for some time, but now was the perfect time since he’d just announced his new podcast app, Overcast, which he announced at XOXO in Portland. We talk about his early days, app store economics, his love for podcasts, the decision to create a podcast app and what we can expect for Overcast. You can find about what Marco is up to at www.marco.org and find more about Overcast, which is expected to be released late this year/early 2014 at www.overcast.fm http://www.podcastone.com/pg/jsp/program/episode.jsp?programID=540&pid=346278

    —Huffduffed by jimw

  5. A conversation with Marco Arment

    This conversation is with Marco Arment, who many know as the guy behind Instapaper, The Magazine as well as the lead developer for Tumblr. I wanted to catch up with Marco for some time, but now was the perfect time since he’d just announced his new podcast app, Overcast, which he announced at XOXO in Portland. We talk about his early days, app store economics, his love for podcasts, the decision to create a podcast app and what we can expect for Overcast. You can find about what Marco is up to at www.marco.org and find more about Overcast, which is expected to be released late this year/early 2014 at www.overcast.fm

    —Huffduffed by lucasoldaini

  6. A conversation with Marco Arment

    This conversation is with Marco Arment, who many know as the guy behind Instapaper, The Magazine as well as the lead developer for Tumblr. I wanted to catch up with Marco for some time, but now was the perfect time since he’d just announced his new podcast app, Overcast, which he announced at XOXO in Portland. We talk about his early days, app store economics, his love for podcasts, the decision to create a podcast app and what we can expect for Overcast. You can find about what Marco is up to at www.marco.org and find more about Overcast, which is expected to be released late this year/early 2014 at www.overcast.fm

    —Huffduffed by kameit00

  7. Debug 43: Marco Arment on Overcast | iMore

    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 Marco Arment joins Guy and Rene to talk about his new podcast client, Overcast, getting low level with Core Audio, writing downloaders, and many, many other things.

    Support Debug: Go to lynda.com/debug to start your 7-day free trial. Go to igloosoftware.com/debug to try Igloo for free.

    http://m.imore.com/debug-43-exclusive-marco-arment-breaks-his-silence-overcast

    —Huffduffed by DennisLaumen

  8. NextMarket: A conversation with Marco Arment

    Posted Tuesday, October 14, 2013

    This conversation is with Marco Arment, who many know as the guy behind Instapaper, The Magazine as well as the lead developer for Tumblr. I wanted to catch up with Marco for some time, but now was the perfect time since he’d just announced his new podcast app, Overcast, which he announced at XOXO in Portland. We talk about his early days, app store economics, his love for podcasts, the decision to create a podcast app and what we can expect for Overcast. You can find about what Marco is up to at www.marco.org and find more about Overcast, which is expected to be released late this year/early 2014 at www.overcast.fm

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  9. 149. Marco Arment, Overcast

    Marco Arment, developer of podcast app Overcast, joins Lex on the Wolf Den. Lex and Marco discuss pretty much everything going on in podcasting today. The two debate the technical complications of dynamic ad insertion and how it affects both podcasters and podcast apps. The two also discuss Marco’s history with Midroll in its early days, and theorize what might happen if Apple ever exited the podcast space.

    This episode is brought to you by The MarTech Podcast.

    https://art19.com/shows/wolf-den/episodes/04aeba9e-8516-4b3e-8c85-eae39ffcffbe

    —Huffduffed by ardeem

  10. Core Intuition » Episode 149: We Used To Be Better At This

    Daniel and Manton discuss the value of delegating in home repair and software development, celebrate the steady improvement of Swift, and complain about the rampant “that’s fine for Marco” attitude among some folks.

    Download (MP3, 51 minutes, 24 MB)

    AFNetworking – Popular, robust iOS networking library by Mattt Thompson.

    Alamofire – Mattt Thompson’s Swift-based networking library.

    Apples to Apples, Part II – Jesse Squires puts Swift’s run-time performance to the test.

    Overcast – Marco Arment’s podcasting app for iOS.

    App Rot – Marco Arment reflects upon issues surrounding app store success.

    Debug #43 – Marco Arment joins the Debug podcast crew.

    Five Hard Lessons – Jared Sinclair’s followup to his article about Unread and the reaction to it.

    MathTime – Owen Voorhees’s iOS app that was promoted by Rush Limbaugh.

    @wii – Yet another Twitter account that Manton owns but never uses…

    Sponsored by PDFpen for iPad, now with support for Wacom styluses.

    http://www.coreint.org/2014/08/episode-149-we-used-to-be-better-at-this/

    —Huffduffed by letired