Nations are intangible. Geographically, France is a tangible, physical place. But France, the Republic, is an idea. Geographically, North America is a real, tangible, physical land mass. But ideas…
For the 4 year anniversary episode of TPD, it was my pleasure to have been joined by one of my favorite podcasters of all time - Merlin Mann! I talk with Merlin about his history in podcasting, working with his co-hosts, the difference in his shows and some of his favorite podcasts! If you enjoyed this episode, please consider supporting TPD on Patreon! Links Merlin Mann (Twitter) (Blog) 43 Folders
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John is joined by Merlin Mann to discuss managing family tech use and the upcoming iOS 12 Screen Time family features.
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Should you release your commercial Python app as open-source on GitHub? This is the question I got from YouTube commenter Ruben:
"What if I plan on selling my Python desktop GUI app, should I worry about creating more competition for myself if I put the code on GitHub?"
In this video I’ll share my thoughts on the matter. In short, I think you should be careful about open-sourcing a commercial project. If you plan on selling this app it can be a dangerous move to make the source code to your application available as open-source.
Of course there are successful open-source business models (just look to the Linux world, Red Hat etc.) but if you plan on selling a standalone GUI app and can’t make money from support contracts and other revenue streams I don’t think releasing the code as open-source is a good idea. Watch the video to hear why.
What do you think? Should Ruben make his Python app open-source or is he better off keeping it closed-source for now?
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HAPPY THURSDAY!!! IT’S OUR PODCAST BIRTHDAY!!!That’s right. Can you believe it’s a whole year that we’ve been bringing you episodes? What a year it’s been! We’ve met some incredible people, heard amazing stories, we’ve laughed, we’ve cried and drank many cups of tea along the way. It’s been a rollercoaster of a year and we’re so grateful you’ve enjoyed and supported the podcast - THANK YOU! As it’s our birthday, we thought we’d do something a bit spesh and bring you not 1 episodes but 2! Nice birthday treat, eh? We kick things off with the brilliant Charlie Cooper. If you’ve seen BBC’s award winning THIS COUNTRY then you’ll know Charlie as one of the writers and stars. Charlie writes with his sister Daisy May Cooper based on where they grew up in a small village in Gloucestershire. It’s a brilliant, hilarious and sometimes heartbreaking series and if you haven’t seen it then do yourself a favour and get involved.When, a few months back, we were invited to bring the podcast to the wonderful Bath Festival, we wanted to try and get a local guest on, so Charlie was the perfect fit and lucky for us, the stars aligned and dates worked out and this is the result. Craig and Charlie sat down with a sold-out crowd in the beautiful city of Bath on a rainy evening and the conversation began. Think you’re gonna love this one. We certainly did. We chatted about all sorts and began with the subject of male models…THANKS SO MUCH FOR DOWNLOADING AND WE’LL SEE YOU IN A BIT FOR ANOTHER BIRTHDAY EPISODE!!!
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Merritt College celebrates Black History Month with "Love and Fit Hop", a presentation by Afya Ibomu and her husband, the rapper known as Stic, from the rap group Dead Prez. The couple, who have been together for 22 years, shared their philosophies on the connection between healthy minds, healthy bodies, healthy relationships and healthy communities. The event took place on February 9, 2015.
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