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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Dan and his 6 year old son Cash discuss antenna breaks in the upcoming iPhone 6 housing, iPad as a gaming platform, the technology of podcasting and live streaming, Magneto's powers, Adventure Time, deadly amoebas, visiting Four Corners, and more.
Manton and Daniel celebrate 30 years of Mac, compare Apple and Nintendo, talk about balancing features you use vs. features you don’t, and discuss the wealth of iOS and Mac oriented podcasts.
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Thirty Years of Mac – Apple celebrates the 30th anniversary of the Mac.
The Mac Keeps Going Forever – Macworld interviews Apple executives about the Mac.
Macintendo Family Values – Daniel’s post from 2006 about shared values between Nintendo and Apple.
I Want the Basics Solid – Marco Arment’s tweets and Daniel’s replies about the challenge of identifying an app’s “basics.”
Bloatware and the 80/20 Myth – Joel Spolsky’s article supporting the idea that each user favors a different 20% of an app.
A Feature You Don’t Give a Damn About – My tweet about the reality of working on features you don’t personally use.
iOS Dev Tools – A collection of resources for iOS developers, from A.
Maximum Viable Products – Cabel Sasser of Panic on building substantial products.
Cabel Sasser & Steven Frank – The whole &yet interview with Cabel and Steven of Panic.
Edge Cases – Developer podcast with Wolf Rentzsch and Andrew Pontious.
The Record – Brent Simmons and Chris Parrish’s interview podcast with members of the Mac and Cocoa community.
NSBrief – Saul Mora’s interview podcast with Cocoa developers.
Debug – Developer interview podcast with Rene Ritchie and Guy English.
Sponsored by Crashlytics: The most powerful and lightweight crash reporting service. Also check out the open-source Crashlytics Services on GitHub.
Daniel and Manton announce the Core Intuition Job Board, marvel at the so-called “Presenter’s Paradox” as it may pertain to products, and discuss the weight of lofty ambitions on folks such as Glassboard’s Justin Williams.
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Core Intuition Job Board – The new job board for iOS and Mac Cocoa developers.
Presenter’s Paradox – Harvard Business Review article about the effect of “add ons” that don’t cut the mustard.
Glassboard – Justin Williams’s one-man social network.
Apportable.com – Cross-platform project enabling Objective-C apps that run on both iOS and Android.
The Cocotron – Christopher Lloyd’s ambitious cross-platform Cocoa implementation.
Sponsored by CocoaConf: the developer conference for those who think different.
Marco Arment swings by Systematic to help Brett get started on his new life as an independent developer.
Joined by guest Bradley Chambers, David and Katie tackle photo management.
John Siracusa and Dan Benjamin repent after two episodes on programming languages by discussing TV technology…after about 45 minutes of follow-up.
David and Katie review the popular "Read it Later" services and discuss power user workflows for processing your reading.
Jim and Dan talk about Jim's so-called "Apple-centric" stance, the upcoming iTunes Festival in London, the gold iPhone 5S, hacking Facebook, the Samsung watch, and Katy Perry. Also, Dan's eviscerates the new Jobs movie.
John Siracusa and Dan Benjamin reveal the many prosaic reasons for not owning an iPhone, then veer off on several non-tech tangents and never fully recover.
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