John Siracusa returns to Pragmatic to discuss everything Zelda related, with a focus on Breath of the Wild and how so many established Zelda gameplay rules were thrown out the window with resounding success.
The new iMacs are here, and Jason has an exclusive interview with the iMac product manager. We also discuss the new iPads, and then Jason and Myke draft what they think will happen at next week’s Apple Event!
We Remember Edgar Froese in Echoes Podcast
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I first heard Tangerine Dream in 1974. It was the album Phaedra, and it was unlike anything I had ever heard before: no vocals, no songs, rhythms that throbbed like galactic rubber bands,
This week’s challenge: eat out late.
The average Toronto condo rents for $2,385/month. The city’s vacancy rate of 0.5 percent is at a historic low. Apartment viewings attract hundreds of people. A recent affordable housing lottery featured almost 4,000 entrants for just 75 units. Would-be tenants are prepared to do just about anything to secure a roof over their heads, and …
Federico and John talk about the Apple Watch apps they use and how their use of the Watch has changed as the product has evolved.
Brett Terpstra is back to that about his gear, his newfound love of the Apple TV and Apple Watch, the state of Automation, Apps for Nerds, and going independent.
Sal Soghoian joins us to discuss the state of Mac an iOS automation. Sal discusses Automation on the Mac, the possibilities for Automation on iOS and the tools and languages available to put the power in the hands of the user.
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Baratunde Thurston’s made a career of combining tech, comedy, and politics. From launching Comedy Hack Day to his recent role as the Daily Show’s first Supervising Producer for Digital Expansion, he’s found innovative ways to use code as a tool for satire, entertainment, and activism. In part I of our interview, he tells us why he started as a computer science major but ended with a philosophy degree instead, how he sees satirical apps as technology’s art-form, and how projects like Comedy Hack Day bring people together for a unique, and highly entertaining, coding experience.
The Iron Yard (sponsor)
Comedy Hack Day
Black Girls Code
NY Tech Meetup
Denial of Service attack
NPR Fact Check
Sponsored Shoutout: Linode (Saron)
Sponsored Shoutout: The Iron Yard (Saron)
Civic Hall Labs (Baratunde)
Weapons of Math Destruction (Baratunde)
Comedy Hack Day (Baratunde)
Harvard CS50 (Baratunde)
CodeNewbie 103 episode on algorithms (Saron)
Baratunde’s Rails Conf Keynote (Saron)
Well Deserved, “A premium marketplace for unused privilege” (Saron)
Luna Malbroux’s “Laughter is the most serious weapon” (Saron)
This week Fraser and Federico begin a multi-part series on the iOS automation app Workflow.
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