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  1. Stop Podcasting Yourself 317 - Scott Simpson | Maximum Fun


    Stop Podcasting Yourself


    Scott Simpsons

    Scott Simpson returns to talk donating stuff, Palm Springs, and bus liars.

    Download episode 317 here. (right-click)

    Email us at "spy [at] maximumfun [dot] org" or phone us at (206) 339-8328.

    Brought to you by:

    (click here for the full recap)



    Miniature pony in sneakers

    Natasha Henstridge


    Rue McClanahan

    Joshua Tree

    Papa Shango

    Jason Alexander’s McDonalds commercial

    Whiskey stones

    Mixed Emotions

    Gilmore Grandparents

    Egghead Discount Software

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  2. WTF - Episode 473 - Jon Ronson

    Author and journalist Jon Ronson provided Marc with a lot of conversation points through his books, including Them: Adventures with Extremists, The Men Who Stare At Goats and The Psychopath Test. Jon and Marc mine that material to discuss conspiracy theorists, hoarders and victims of public shaming. Also, Andy Daly pops into the garage after papering Marc’s neighborhood with fliers for his new Comedy Central series, Review.

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  3. Bonus Track | Mann Canon (Episode 194b)

    Many digressions from our “Kiki’s Delivery Service” episode, including all the stuff John Siracusa told us to remove because it’s just him making references to Merlin’s podcasts so obscure even Merlin doesn’t remember them.

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  4. 5by5 | The Incomparable #194: A Real Imaginary Friend

    Grab your black cat and portable radio, climb on your mom’s broomstick, and join us for a discussion of Hayao Miyazaki’s classic animated film "Kiki’s Delivery Service." This film features a climactic scene featuring an out-of-control dirigible, so you know we love it.

    With panelists Merlin Mann, John Siracusa, and Steve Lutz.

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  5. Episode 20: Self Doubt with Merlin Mann — The Nudge

    How can we be sure that we’re on the right track? Doubt is the rust that eats away at our ability, as designers, to be confident that what we’re producing is good and worthwhile.

    In this episode Ross and Josh speak to professional speaking human Merlin Mann about overcoming or, perhaps, embracing self-doubt, to become better producers of quality work. Are we allowed to change our minds and how do we deal with the criticism that results from that?

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  6. 95: Two Mics, One Sandwich — Unprofessional

    Adam Lisagor talks about human perspective and storytelling in the age of technology.

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  7. A Slight Burglary: Glengarry Glen Ross

    Merlin Mann and Dan Benjamin talk about Glengarry Glen Ross.

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  8. For A More Ordered Life, Organize Like A Chef : The Salt : NPR

    The French phrase mise-en-place means to gather and arrange the ingredients and tools needed for cooking. But for many culinary professionals, its organizing principles are also a way of life.

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  9. The Talk Show ✪: Ep. 88: ‘Cat Pictures’ (Side 2), With Marco Arment

    The Talk Show

    ‘Cat Pictures’ (Side 2), With Marco Arment

    Saturday, 19 July 2014

    Topics include the design and development of Marco’s new iOS podcast player, Overcast, custom UI fonts, the difficulty of low-level audio programming, and pricing strategy — with digressions on U.S. politics and other non-controversial subjects.

    Download MP3.

    Sponsored by:

    Harry’s: Quality men’s shaving products (promo code: “talk show”)

    Hover: The world’s best domain name registrar (promo code: “IBM”)



    Marco’s Overcast announcement

    Matthew Butterick’s Concourse typeface


    Pacific Helm

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  10. Random Trek | “Indiscretion” (DS9) with John Siracusa (Episode 17)

    John Siracusa, of ATP and Incomparable note, joins Scott to talk about DS9’s Indiscretion (S4E5). Scott explains the deal with Deep Space Nine, John questions the central premise, and some parallels to Star Wars are identified.

    The end of this episode features a Random Trek theme song written and performed by listener Adam Sakellarides. Thanks, Adam!

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