Dharma talk given by Andrea Fella at the Insight Meditation Center in Redwood City, CA. Recorded on 2011-08-18
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 — Watchmaker and developer Jon Edwards, and Daring Fireball’s John Gruber join Guy and Rene to talk about the Apple Watch and watch culture.
This week Myke is joined by Merlin Mann. They talk about getting out of your comfort zone, starting new things, killing old things and how these topics apply to a new direction for this show.
John Siracusa returns to Mac Power Users to update us on how his workflows have changed and life as an iPhone owner.
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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 Don Melton, former Director of Internet Technologies at Apple, and Nitin Ganatra, former Director of iOS Apps at Apple, talk about managing deadlines, development cycles, and shipping software. In memory of Jordan Breeding. Support our sponsors: Get $50 off any mattress from casper.com/debug by using promo code debug. Get $5 your first order from harrys.com by using promo code DEBUG.
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Brett discusses the notion of high-temperature water immersion as a
treatment for sleep disorder and creative blocks with Merlin Mann.
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Tiff describes anonymous Skype icons in a way we can’t unsee, and more Portal talk. Plus a bonus song by Robert Goulet, er, Andy Ihnatko!
January 10, 2015
with Tiffany Arment, Brianna Wu, John Siracusa, Tony Sindelar and Andy Ihnatko
Hello and, again, welcome to the Aperture Science computer-aided enrichment center. Whe hope your brief detention in the relaxation vault has been a pleasant one. You are now in possession of the Aperture Science Handheld Portal Device. With it, you can create your own portals. These intra-dimensional gates have proven to be completely safe. You, Subject Name Here, must be the pride of Subject Hometown Here.
You know what my days used to be like? I just tested. Nobody murdered me. Or put me in a potato. Or fed me to birds. I had a pretty good life. And then you showed up. You dangerous, mute lunatic. So you know what? You win. Just go. It’s been fun. Don’t come back.
Today we’re spotlighting what we think is the greatest comedy of the year. The Bullseye staff has poured over plenty of records, including industry veterans, newcomers and lesser known talents. Now we’re ready to showcase what we think is the best stand up comedy of 2014.
You can find all of these albums available for purchase, except for the set from the Atlantic Ocean Comedy and Music Festival.
Patton Oswalt - Tragedy Plus Comedy Equals Time
Cristela Alonzo - Some Of The Hits
Cameron Esposito - Same Sex Symbol
Jasper Redd - Jazz Talk
Jim Gaffigan - Obsessed
Hannibal Buress - Live From Chicago
Tommy Johnagin - Stand-Up Comedy 3
Nadia Kamil at the the Atlantic Ocean Comedy and Music Festival
Chris Gethard - My Comedy Album
Andrés du Bouchet - 20-Sided Guy
Bob Odenkirk - Amateur Hour
Jackie Kashian - This Will Make an Excellent Horcrux
Sarah Silverman - We Are Miracles
Hari Kondabolu - Waiting for 2042
Did we miss your favorite stand up special this year? Add your recommendation to the list! You can discuss this episode on our forum. You can also talk about it at Maximum Fun’s sub Reddit, or join our lively discussions in the Maximum Fun Facebook group. Or you can just Tweet us — @Bullseye.
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In July 2014, Brett interviewed John Roderick about how he became a
professional musician. The conversation evolved into a compelling,
serialized narrative that couldn’t be contained in not just one, nor two,
nor even three episodes.
We present the resulting four-part epic uninterrupted, with the exception
of brief transitions from one chapter to the next. Think of The Origin of
John Roderick as an improvisational book on tape, with each chapter
recorded a few weeks apart.
The end of the year can be a strange, cold, and lonely time. We hope this
keeps your brain warm until 2015.
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