The Gently Mad is a podcast about life, business & entrepreneurship without the BS, featuring honest, ‘no BS’ discussions & interviews with guests like Jason SurfrApp, Chris Brogan, Gary Vaynerchuck, Seth Godin, Merlin Mann and many more!
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 Matt Drance of Bookhouse Software, Ryan Nielsen of Tumult, Daniel Jalkut of Red Sweater, and Jason Snell of Macworld join Guy and Rene to talk about Apple’s WWDC 2014 keynote — the Swift programming language, Extensibility, Cloud Kit, Metal, and more.
Daring Fireball: The Talk Show: Ep. 83: Live From WWDC 2014, With Marco Arment, Casey Liss, John Siracusa, and Scott Simpson
The Talk Show
Live From WWDC 2014, With Marco Arment, Casey Liss, John Siracusa, and Scott Simpson
Friday, 6 June 2014
Recorded in front of a live audience of 500 people on Tuesday, 2 June 2014 at Mezzanine in San Francisco. John Gruber is joined by the ATP trio — Marco Arment, Casey Liss, and John Siracusa — to discuss the news from WWDC: OS X 10.10 Yosemite, iOS 8, Swift, and more.
Then, Scott Simpson joins the show to discuss theme songs and the future of higher education. No nudity or violence, but the second half of the show does have some explicit language.
Azure Mobile Services
Marketcircle: Billings Pro and Daylite
Patrick Gibson’s photos from the show
Ted Todorov’s photos from the show
Carlos Gomez’s photos from the show
Live from San Francisco, we discuss Apple’s announcements at its annual Worldwide Developer Conference, including Extensions, Continuity, OS X interface changes, and photo backup. With guests Myke Hurley and Stephen Hackett.
Dan is joined by Haddie and Shawn Blanc to discuss delegating, hiring, firing and freelancing.
Episode 03: Stephen Hackett - With Families - Conversations with creators about time, attention, and family.
Stephen Hackett is the father of two (soon to be three) beautiful children. He writes the popular 512 Pixels weblog and co-hosts The Prompt.
Jamie and Ben are joined by Andrew J Clark.Andrew is the creator of Numerical, a calculator without equal. Whether you’re doing simple math, advanced brackets and exponentiation, or need a running history of your previous work, Numerical has the answer.Starting from scratch, with no real experience coding, Andrew developed & launched Numerical in a matter of months, and he shares some of the insight he’s gained during the process.
Merlin Mann is an Independent Writer, Speaker, and Broadcaster at MerlinMann.com and Cohost of Back to Work Podcast on the 5 by 5 Podcast Network with Dan Benjamin. You can find Merlin’s previous appearance on this podcast here.
Covered in this episode:
Back to Work Episode 153: ‘Anxiety’s a Goat’
Getting Things Done by David Allen ©DavidCo, 2001.
The unknown inboxes out there that we don’t know about that keep us up at night
The inboxes we have accepted
Being sober about acknowledging the known inboxes we have in our lives
Interruptions vs. Distractions
How thoughts effect our feelings and vice versa
The real inbox zero: What percentage of your brain is somewhere you don’t want it to be right now.
Merlin Mann on Inbox Zero, Getting Things Done, Opportunity Cost, and Sunk Cost Fallacy
Justin Wise of #THINKDIGITAL talks about productivity slump recovery, Inbox Zero, and ADHD.
Laura Vanderkam talks about what successful people do before breakfast, on the weekend, and at work.
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