Real-world results of switching in-app purchases from multiple price tiers to a single option.
“When you see a door, you should get curious,” says Robert M. “Bob” Frankston, a computing pioneer who co-developed VisiCalc, a spreadsheet program with Dan Bricklin way back in 1979. We are discussing the engineering crisis and what should a young programmer do to stay relevant.
“I hate the word coding; it’s like calling writing, typing.”
As I sat with Bob for this episode of Outliers Podcast, we discussed everything from the future of computer programming to how algorithms and their masters such as Facebook, Google and Amazon are beginning to take control of our lives.
“Algorithms are the new bureaucracy.”
Original video: https://soundcloud.com/factordaily/outliers-37-bob-frankston
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If you’re a hacker, you’ll probably like our show ;)
From The Howard Stern Show (08-16-17) - David Letterman
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My Brother, My Brother and Me
We’re back after nearly a month of not recording new episodes, and boy, do we only kind of remember how this thing works. If memory serves, it’s mostly just a fancast of Marc Cohn’s "Walking in Memphis," right? Right?!
Suggested talking points: PJ Masks, Brush On The Go, Kissing Scenes, Boss Mugging, Standing Still in Memphis, Griffin’s Occupation, Dipping Posters, Cereal from Heaven
On this week’s episode, the gang gets grossed out by the 1994 daddy-daughter comedy, My Father the Hero! Couldn’t the production have given Gérard a better haircut and nicer fitting clothes? How are we supposed to feel anything for this cold-blooded ice monster that Katherine Heigl plays? And how did we not get any more Tobo in this stinker? PLUS: Our greatest fake movie yet, Fat Spies!
My Father the Hero stars Gérard Depardieu, Katherine Heigl, Dalton James, Lauren Hutton, Faith Prince, Ann Hearn, and the great Stephen Tobolowsky; directed by Steve Miner.
This week, Keegan-Michael Key (Friends From College, Key & Peele) calmly drives to Dumb People Town with a nail embedded in his chest! Keegan talks to the Sklars and Daniel Van Kirk about the power of surprise in comedy, before jumping into Story #1, in which defecation meets defenestration. The group discusses Friends From College, Keegan’s recent run in "Hamlet," and his new Broadway "Meteor Shower," and then it’s time for Story #2, which involves a stoic victim of a nail gun. Story #3 brings an exploding SUV, and then a voicemail from Robert Durst wraps up the episode!Check out the beta of Jason and Randy’s new Comedy app:
The comedian joined Bill on the latest episode of ‘The Bill Simmons Podcast’
We Got This with Mark and Hal
Anyone unfamiliar with Christopher Guest’s Mockumentary work: STOP WHAT YOU ARE DOING AND GO WATCH THEM ALL RIGHT NOW. Then listen to Mark and Hal delve into the canon and walk away with the best of the bunch.Get your tickets to see Mark and Hal LIVE in New York on October 8th!
Thin-skinned Brett Davis restarts the show seven or eight times.
Original video: https://soundcloud.com/podcast-for-laundry/episode-9-patti-harrison
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