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  1. Mac Power Users 189: OS X Server with Todd Olthoff | Mac Power Users

    David and Katie are joined by Todd Olthoff to talk about OS X Server, why you may want to run the $20 server application, features and use cases for homes and small businesses.

    Thanks to MPU listener

    Jigar Talati for assistance with the shownotes this week!

    Links for this episode:

    Todd Olthoff – YouTube

    Collected from: Todd Olthoff – YouTube

    Google+

    TwitterTodd Olthoff | Life, Ministry, & Technology

    Apple – OS X Server brings more power to your business.

    SpamSieve: Easy-to-use Mac spam filter for Apple Mail, Outlook, Entourage, Postbox, and more

    WeMo Switch Channel – IFTTT

    Wemo Light Switch Channel

    Wemo Insight Switch Channel

    Wemo Motion Channel

    WeMo Contest for MPU Listeners

    Thunderbolt™ Express Dock for MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and iMac

    Apple – Mac mini

    Apple – Remote Desktop 3

    EVERY Steve Jobs keynotes at NeXT

    Get Smart – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    MPU: 093 Education Workflows with Fraser Speirs | Mac Power Users

    Mac Power Users 163: Fraser Speirs Returns | Mac Power Users

    Virtual private network – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Cloak VPN – Cloak – GetCloak.com

    WarGames – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    DEFCON – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    5by5 | The Incomparable #189: Using Computers to Impress Girls

    Bing Translator

    Wiki – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    A wiki is usually a web application which allows people to add, modify, or delete content in collaboration with others.

    Port (computer networking) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    In computer networking, a port is an application-specific or process-specific software construct serving as a communications endpoint in a computer’s host operating system.

    Little Snitch

    Secure Shell – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Secure Shell (SSH) is a cryptographic network protocol for secure data communication, remote command-line login, remote command execution, and other secure network services between two networked computers.

    SuperDuper!

    Carbon Copy Cloner – Mac Backup Software

    Pixelmator – Sneak Peek at Pixelmator 3.2 Sandstone

    Screen Recording and Screencasting Software – Overview – Telestream ScreenFlow

    Reflector Airplay Receiver – Mirror an iPhone or iPad to a Mac or PC

    Macsparky Byword Screencast

    2min 25 sec in you can see David’s iPad and iPhone on screen.

    iOS Byword Introduction from David Sparks on Vimeo.

    MacStadium | Mac Mini Hosting and Colo

    AirServer – The Most Advanced AirPlay Receiver for Mac and PC

    Blackmagic Design: Home

    RØDE Microphones – Podcaster

    ATR2100-USB Cardioid Dynamic USB/XLR Microphone || Audio-Technica US

    Macsparky Screencast – TextExpander Touch 2.5

    Text Expander Touch 25 from David Sparks on Vimeo.

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    | Download (Duration: 1:40:49 — 92.7MB)

    http://www.macpowerusers.com/2014/04/27/mac-power-users-189-os-x-server-with-todd-olthoff/

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  2. Infinite Inputs

    In the beginning… there was the keyboard and the mouse. Today, the kinds of input our computing devices support keeps growing: touch, voice, device motion, and much more. Each additional input type offers new possibilities for interaction that requires our interface designs to adapt.

    When will this deluge of new input types end so don’t have to keep re-designing our software? It won’t. Not until everything is input.

    http://2013.dconstruct.org/conference/luke/

    Luke Wroblewski is the Zelig of the web world. Think of all the major turning points in the history of the web and I bet you’ll find that Luke was involved in some way.

    It all started back with his stint at NCSA, birthplace of the world-changing Mosaic web browser. Since then Luke has gone to work with all manner of companies, large (like Yahoo) and small (like Bagcheck). His latest startup is Polar, the mobile app that’s like hot-or-not for the world, getting big value from micro interactions.

    Along the way, Luke has made the web a better place thanks to his meticulously-researched books. He wrote the book on web form design. He wrote the book on mobile first design. Heck, he even coined the term “mobile first” …which means he‘s mobile first first.

    There‘s no shortage of people in Silicon Valley with opinions about technology, but what sets Luke apart is his razor-sharp focus on data. So whatever it is he has to say at dConstruct, you can be sure that it’s backed up with facts.

    Luke is also a blogging machine. You can try to keep up with the firehose at lukew.com.

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  3. Don’t Feed the Trolls

    The web community is one of the most vibrant and fun groups I’ve ever been lucky enough to be a part of. Like any vibrant community, sometimes people don’t play nicely.

    In this session, I will discuss what it has been like to be shy and be on twitter, mailing lists, and open source. I’ll talk about my experiences consulting on massive CSS overhauls, and ways to defeat trolls—including your own inner troll!

    I’ll also share a timing attack for your brain that might just surprise you.

    http://2013.dconstruct.org/conference/nicole/

    Nicole Sullivan and her business partner Nicholas Zakas are like The A Team of front-end web performance. If you have a CSS problem, if no one else can help you, and if you can find them, maybe you can hire …The Stubbornella Team.

    Before starting up her own consultancy Nicole worked inside Yahoo, building a culture of performance and quality with the front-end developers there. Now she embeds herself in companies like Facebook when they need to get their style sheet bloat under control.

    Nicole’s approach to front-end development is encapsulated in her OOCSS framework — a modular and maintable way of building interfaces on the web. She also made CSS Lint, a piece of opinated software to help developers write CSS to the highest standard.

    But for all her immense knowledge about CSS and performance, Nicole’s most powerful skills are in the areas of collaboration and communication. She is a tireless crusader for knowledge and as if she did’t have enough projects to keep her busy, she recently organised CSS Conf in Florida, the first of its kind.

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  4. Jeremy chatting with Richard, Josh, Laura, and Elliot

    Jeremy Keith chatting with Richard Rutter, Josh Emerson, Laura Kalbag, and Elliot Jay Stocks at the Responsive Day Out in Brighton on March 1st.

    The Responsive Day Out is an affordable, enjoyable gathering of UK designers and developers sharing their workflow strategies, techniques, and experiences with responsive web design.

    http://responsiveconf.com/

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  5. Jeremy chatting with Anna, Andy, and Bruce

    Jeremy Keith chatting with Anna Debenham, Andy Hume, and Bruce Lawson at the Responsive Day Out in Brighton on March 1st.

    The Responsive Day Out is an affordable, enjoyable gathering of UK designers and developers sharing their workflow strategies, techniques, and experiences with responsive web design.

    http://responsiveconf.com/

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  6. Jeremy chatting with Owen, Paul, and Mark

    Jeremy Keith chatting with Owen Gregory, Paul Lloyd, and Mark Boulton at the Responsive Day Out in Brighton on March 1st.

    The Responsive Day Out is an affordable, enjoyable gathering of UK designers and developers sharing their workflow strategies, techniques, and experiences with responsive web design.

    http://responsiveconf.com/

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  7. #100: Go programming with Rob Pike and Andrew Gerrand - The Changelog

    http://thechangelog.com/100/?utm_source=rss

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  8. Tech News Today 817 | TWiT.TV

    How you can save Samsung, Facebook institutes class structure, Wall Street raider targets Apple, and more.

    http://twit.tv/show/tech-news-today/817

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  9. The Web Holds Itself To Higher Standards With Jeremy Keith | The Breaking Development Podcast | Fresh Squeezed Mobile brought you by Breaking Development

    Fresh Squeezed Mobile is Breaking Development’s channel to get fresh ideas out there about mobile web development and design.

    http://fsm.bdconf.com/podcast/the-web-holds-itself-to-higher-standards-with-jeremy-keith

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  10. 5by5 | The Big Web Show #93: Mark Otto

    Mark Otto, creator of Bootstrap, is Jeffrey Zeldman’s guest on Episode No. 93 of The Big Web Show ("everything web that matters").

    http://5by5.tv/bigwebshow/93

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