Shawn Blanc returns to the show to talk about his new Focus Course and leading a more focused life, productivity planning and shares some of his favorite tools for writing and creating.
In this episode I interview writer, speaker, and broadcaster Merlin Mann. We talk about managing all of the inputs that come your way. We go into great depth on managing email and working toward what Merlin has coined “inbox zero.” We also talk about strategies for managing your time and attention in order to set yourself up for doing your best, most creative work. To learn more about Merlin and his work visit http://www.merlinmann.com/. Enjoy this interview with Merlin Mann.
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The Talk Show
‘Peace, Porn, and Privacy’, With Guest Marco Arment
Saturday, 3 October 2015
Marco Arment joins the show for a brief chat on ad blockers, advertising in general, and the new iPhones 6S.
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Igloo: The intranet you’ll actually like.
Marco on pulling his content blocker, Peace, from the App Store.
“Underscore” David Smith on the available free space of 16 GB iPhones in actual usage.
The New York Times measures the real-world benefits of iOS ad-blocking on 50 top news sites.
Episode 56 of Jason Snell and Myke Hurley’s Upgrade, wherein they discuss just how much of a pain in the ass it is to upgrade to a new iPhone.
TOPIC: Block! Block! Body blow! Uppercut!
This week, Dan and Merlin talk less about ad-blocking and more about what kind-of feels like (but might not actually be) a point of change for web advertising, podcasting, and media as a whole, which could
This week Cody and Joe discuss Force Touch on iPhone, Alphabet, CurrentC, Samsung’s recent event, and a much more!Show NotesChris Sacca’s Tweet StormOutspoken Investor Chris Sacca Backs Jack Dorsey As Next Twitter CEOApple’s Fall iPhone Event To Be Held Sept. 9Force Touch on iPhone 6S revealed: expect shortcuts, faster actions across iOSApple Said to Delay Live TV Service to 2016 as Negotiations StallAlphabetabc.xyzApple Pay, Google Wallet now accepted at Rite AidApple Pay Competitor CurrentC May Not Launch Until Next YearSamsung resurrects the dream of a hardware keyboardSamsung’s new Galaxy S6 Edge+ is bigger and smarterSamsung Pay to Launch September 28 in U.S. But Will Businesses Accept It?Where’s the Samsung shaped dent in the universe?Joe’s Photoshopped Photo of Original KeynoteWhere to find the HostsCody Coats on TwitterJoe Caiati on TwitterJoe’s weblog, dot infoSupport us on PatreonThis show is partly brought to you by listeners like Dave, Harry, Eduardo, Luca, David, Jordan, Kyle, Michael, and Jasper who are supporting us through Patreon.
I left my Mac (mostly) behind spent a week with Windows 10. I liked some things, but there’s still many more things I can’t stand.
Jim talks to a blogger named John Gruber about remastered music, Apple’s earnings report, and respect from readers. Subscribe to this podcast Brought to you…
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This week, the two of us discuss what it’s like to go to the movies now, Joshua Topolsky’s departure from Bloomberg, the difference between DC and Marvel, and the disaster that is Uber. Also, we got some follow-up for you, just in case you were interested about more Apple Music stuff.
Some useful links to keep track of that we reference during the show:
Michael Rockwell’s site, Initial Charge.
Joshua Topolsky’s blog post.
Nick Kinja, on removing a post from Gawker.
Gawker’s editorial staff’s response to Nick Kinja’s post on the post being removed from Gawker.
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Episode #182 – Strange MagicIn this episode, Jordan Morris of terrific MaxFun sister podcast Jordan, Jesse, Go! stops by to co-host while Elliott’s in England, a move he immediately regretted when we watched Strange Magic. Meanwhile, Dan explains the proper way to drink beer, Stuart evinces his disdain for improv, and Jordan displays his surprisingly deep knowledge of Three Ninjas.
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We have come here to chew bubblegum and sing shitty versions of pop songs. And we’re all out of bubblegum.
Wikipedia synopsis for Strange Magic
Movies recommended in this episode:
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Tags: animated, Dan McCoy, George Lucas, Jordan Morris, kids movie, Strange Magic, Stuart Wellington
July 11th, 2015
A weekly advice podcast for people who work from home, whether freelancer or telecommuter. We address listener-submitted questions, comments and concerns about all aspects of working from home. Hosted by Aaron Mahnke and Dave Caolo.
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Hosted by Aaron Mahnke and Dave Caolo.
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