justingoboom / Justin Strasburg

I am a web designer, tea drinker, sushi eater, and I make noise as one half of Partly Zombish. I currently live in Buffalo, NY.

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  1. Friendster: Part 2 (Season 5, Episode 3)

    After a turbulent start and the firing of its founder, Friendster looked like it was back on track. It was still the biggest social network around and its board—which was packed with some of the biggest names in venture capital—quickly assembled a star-studded executive team. So, why couldn’t all that talent deliver on the company’s promise? Why aren’t we all logging onto Friendster today? Ask AlexGot a question for Alex Blumberg? Leave us a message at 812-641-1231, and your question could end up on the show.The FactsMark Phillips wrote and performed our theme song.Build Buildings wrote and performed our special ad music.Additional music by Typhoon, Jupyter, Marley Carrol and the band Hot Moms Dot Gov.David Herman, Ian Scott, and Rick Kwan mixed the episode.Our SponsorsVirgin Atlantic - Listen to their podcast, The Venture wherever you get your podcastsSofi - to learn more about student loan refinancing, go to sofi.comSubaru - Meet real Subaru owners and hear their stories on


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  2. Friendster: Part 1 (Season 5, Episode 2)

    In 2003, Jonathan Abrams was sitting atop one of the hottest new companies in Silicon Valley. He and his website were at the forefront of an industry that would eventually be worth more than $400 billion. So, what went wrong?—Ask AlexGot a question for Alex Blumberg? Leave us a message at 812-641-1231, and your question could end up on the show.Our SponsorsBlue Apron - Get 3 free meals with free shipping at - Pipedrive is an easy-to-use sales management tool designed with small teams in mind. Check out to learn moreSonos - Sonos is a smart wireless speaker system. To learn more go to sonos.comSubaru - Meet real Subaru owners and hear their stories on


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  3. Dribbble - Show and tell for designers

    Our guest on Overtime episode 14 is Aaron Draplin of Draplin Design Co. In this episode, Dan and Aaron discuss dropping the jargon and talking about graphic design in normal terms, how Aaron uses Instagram, why he doesn’t waste time policing the internet, why he believes everyone deserves great design, who inspires him, and the challenges of shipping merch and managing work while touring. This episode is brought to you by MyFonts.

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  4. Spotlight: Henri Helvetica — Responsive Web Design

    This week we are joined by freelance developer and web performance advocate Henri Helvetica, who talks about fighting the good fight for faster websites.

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  5. Download #1: Wardrobe Philosophy - Relay FM

    This week’s panel discusses the Amazon Echo Look and the future of online retail, our value as consumers when companies resell our data, and what went wrong with that Internet-connected juice dispenser.

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  6. 194: That’s So Hot Topic (feat. Kevin Smith) - Design Details

    Podcasts for Designers and Developers. Level up your career.

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  7. Mac Power Users #372: Workflows with Dr. Drang - Relay FM

    Our favorite snowman returns! We discuss the evolving definition of "pro" and "power user" as well as new workflows for managing text, creative uses for Keyboard maestro, managing Apple Mail and the Doc dives into the iPad.

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  8. Jonathan Cash interview on RWTM podcast

    Breakdancing Ronald Reagan sits down for a chat and you won’t believe what happens next.

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  9. Connected #135: This Might Be Our Fault - Relay FM

    Workflow has been purchased by Apple and everyone has feelings about it.

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  10. Ep. 005 - Sarah Hennies - “Sound Signs”

    (In my work) there’s this sort of underlying belief or tenet that whatever sound we’re hearing probably has a lot more going on with it than we’re either aware of or are giving it credit for.” - Sarah Hennies   Today’s episode is all about identity and understanding yourself through your own creations. Sarah Hennies joins us and premiers the piece “Pressure”, which is created entirely from one piece of percussion: the hi-hat. By varying the pressure of the foot pedal on the hi-hat, Sarah changes the quality of the sound and the various tones that are emitted. Different speeds on the metronome are set and multi-tracked, and the results are presented as they were recorded. The result is a cascade of overlapping percussion sounds that can be felt physically in the body.   Sarah discusses how a piece like “Pressure”, which is one of the first recorded examples of her composed music, gave her clues about herself. At one time, it seemed like a good idea to use this approach in her music. She came back to the idea of music that can be “felt” later in life, and realized she touched on it with “Pressure” at a previous time. Looking back with renewed clarity, Sarah was able to gain insights about herself at that time in her life and use this to create a more refined work. At another point, Sarah decided that physically demanding, labor intensive performances were going to be her focus. What does that say about her? There was a reason she came up her ideas at a specific time in her life. Sarah saw inadvertent signs in her music, and now she uses these signs and layers of meaning purposefully as tools in her compositional process.   Sarah Hennies website Gather & Release EMDR Therapy Organ For The Senses / Parkeology

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