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  1. I’m Feeling Things Unsarcastically

    This is the final episode of IRL Talk. It’s been real. Faith and Jason are going to miss you. Thanks for hanging out with us.

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  2. Roderick’s Holiday Rendezvous 2014 — John Roderick

    It’s Roderick’s HOLIDAY Rendezvous…

    A very SPECIAL episode of the occasionally unprepared, mostly semi-weekly

    creative and conversational sandbox hosted by Seattle writer, musician and

    retired senator, John Roderick.

    This special edition episode is a holiday variety show spectacular, with

    special guests Ken Jennings, Stephanie Drury, Jason Finn, Matt Bishop,

    Molly Lewis, with the Sugar Plum Elves, and John Roderick as Santa

    http://www.johnroderick.com/roderick-rendezvous-podcast/2014/12/24/rodericks-holiday-rendezvous-2014

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  3. Song Exploder | Episode 24: Tycho

    Scott Hansen breaks down the song "Awake," from the Tycho album of the same name.

    http://songexploder.net/episode-24-tycho/

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  4. The National | Song Exploder

    The National’s Matt Berninger and Aaron Dessner break down "Sea of Love" on Song Exploder.

    http://songexploder.net/episode-25-the-national/

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  5. Song Exploder | Episode 28: The Long Winters

    "The Commander Thinks Aloud"

    http://songexploder.net/episode-28-the-long-winters/

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  6. 5by5 | The Talk Show #72: H.R. Fluffypuff

    This week, John Gruber and Dan Benjamin wonder about girl hobbits, updating HR FluffyPuff to Ice Cream Sandwich, transforming tablets, RIM and Baghdad Bob, all the Kindle Fires under Christmas Trees, John’s driving record, and John makes someone a million

    http://5by5.tv/talkshow/72

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  7. 237: Catching Up with John Siracusa | Mac Power Users

    John Siracusa returns to Mac Power Users to update us on how his workflows have changed and life as an iPhone owner.

    Thanks to MPU listener

    Jigar Talati for assistance with the shownotes this week!

    Links for this episode:

    John Siracusa (@siracusa) | Twitter

    Hypercritical

    Accidental Tech Podcast

    The Incomparable – a podcast from The Incomparable

    MPU 087: Workflows with John Siracusa | Mac Power Users

    John Siracusa | Ars Technica

    John Siracusa – Google+

    5by5 | Hypercritical

    Bare Bones Software | BBEdit 11

    Bare Bones Software | Yojimbo

    Simplenote

    Simplenote iTunes LinkSimplenote Mac App Store Link

    Byword • Simple and efficient text editor for Mac, iPhone and iPad.

    Byword Mac App Store LinkByword iTunes Link

    The WINGStand ||| Portable stand for iPhone, iPad

    Welcome to Steam

    Portal (video game) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Portal is a 2007 first-person puzzle-platform video game developed by Valve Corporation.

    The Walking Dead (video game) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    The Walking Dead (also known as The Walking Dead: The Game and The Walking Dead: Season One) is an episodic interactive drama graphic adventure video game developed and published by Telltale Games.

    Dungeon crawl – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    A dungeon crawl is a type of scenario in fantasy role-playing games in which heroes navigate a labyrinthine environment (a “dungeon”), battling various monsters, and looting any treasure they may find.

    Diablo (video game) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Torchlight – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Torchlight is an action role-playing game developed by Runic Games and published by Perfect World, released for Windows in October 2009.

    Still Alive (Official Video) – Jonathan Coulton w/ Sara Quin and Dorit Chrysler (theremin)

    Coulton’s song from Portal

    Jonathan Coulton

    Disk Inventory X

    Flic – #1 Mobile App for Camera Roll Management & Photo Deletion

    Flic iTunes Link

    Emacs – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Emacs and its derivatives are a family of text editors that are characterized by their extensibility.

    Ear Force PX4 – Turtle Beach, Inc.

    Adium – Download

    Instagram

    Twitterrific: Making Twitter Extra Terrific

    216: iOS 8 Developer Roundtable | Mac Power Users

    Omni Productivity Pack coming to iPhone in Q1, 2015 – The Omni Group

    Jumpcut: Minimalist Clipboard Buffering for OS X

    Wedge — a Mac client for App.net

    Unlimited Online Backup – Easy, Secure Online Backup Services | Backblaze

    OS X 10.10 Yosemite: The Ars Technica Review | Ars Technica

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    The Omni GroupWe’re passionate about productivity for Mac, iPhone and iPad.

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    http://www.macpowerusers.com/2015/01/25/237-catching-up-with-john-siracusa/

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  8. 125: Long, Hot Showers with Merlin Mann

    Brett discusses the notion of high-temperature water immersion as a

    treatment for sleep disorder and creative blocks with Merlin Mann.

    Brought to you by

    • Backblaze: unlimited, unthrottled backup for $5 a month

    • PDFpen version 2 for iPhone & iPad: the pro-level PDF editing and

    annotation app

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  9. Unprofessional Holiday Special — Unprofessional

    Join Dave Wiskus, Jaimee Newberry, and Lex Friedman as they take a magical holiday journey and revisit some old friends.

    http://unprofesh.com/blog/2014/12/26/unprofessional-holiday-special

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  10. EP 53: Ben Rubin / Air (Yevvo) - Startup Camel Podcast

    Download the interview, or listen here:

    Air – Bring Your Friends With You

    The idea of Yevvo (recently rebranded as ‘Air’) was born in 2011 when co-founder and CEO Ben Rubin – then a 3rd year architecture student – began sensing an increasing demand for photo sharing apps on mobile: “By that time, Instagram was beginning to gain a lot of traction”, tells Rubin in an interview for Startup Camel. “And I remember thinking – how cool it would be if one day, you could take a photo on your mobile, and instantly – all your followers on Instagram could get that photo with a push notification and really be with you in that moment”.

    Taking their first steps to build Yevvo through Israeli startup accelerator The Junction, Rubin and his co-founder Itai Danino raised first seed money and built an MVP.

    Ben Rubin / Co-Founder, CEO at Yevvo

    We Woke Up One Day

    When things began to pick up, Rubin decided to drop off from university to focus solely on building his dream company.

    Over the next several years Yevvo grew gradually but steadily, until in May 2013 something extraordinary happened: “We woke up one day to find out that we are EXPLODING in Latin America, reaching the #1 spot in the app store in ‘small’ countries like Mexico, Brazil, Colombia and such. And the funny thing was, we were totally unprepared for all this traffic. All of a sudden, from struggling to bring new users to your app, you find yourself trying to solve problems like how to sustain 100,000 users a day”.

    Yevvo managed to persevere, only to learn a few months later that its number of users is dropping. “Up until that time Yevvo was not about you, but rather – it was about you watching someone else. We pictured our product as the ‘Twitter of live video’, were celebrities and thought leaders would share their content and attract more people to ‘follow’ them. And indeed, people like Asthon Kutcher began using our app to share content, and for a while this seemed like a great idea. But the quick decrease in users taught us that we were doing something wrong. And to really build a big company – we had to reinvent Yevvo.

    Listen to the podcast to find out how Ben Rubin reinvented Yevvo, and what valuable lessons he has learned on the way:

    Roi Tirosh (COO) and Ben Rubin (CEO) / Yevvo

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    http://startupcamel.com/ep-53-ben-rubin-air-yevvo/

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