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Merlin Mann returns for his annual visit to Mac Power Users. We discuss hardware and software updates and if it’s necessary to keep up the latest and greatest, Merlin’s growing use of iOS over Mac OS, and kids and technology use.
It’s the end of the Macworld as we know it.
GuestsJohn Siracusa@siracusaHypercritical SiteAccidental Tech PodcastJason Snell@jsnellSix ColorsSerenity Caldwell@setterniMorePersonal SiteReferencesMacworld (Wikipedia)John Siracusa on Steve Jobs & the original issue of MacworldMac ClonesMacUser (Wikipedia)Macintosh II FXChandler Bing reading Macworld on FriendsMacworld to end print edition (NYTimes)Jason Snell: Goodbye MacworldMusicThe theme music is by Terique Greenfield.Ad music is by Kebu.Scoring for this episode is by the mysterious Breakmaster Cylinder.Brought to you by:Unread: an RSS reader. Features an elegant UI, great typography, and eight color themes. Available in the App Store for iPhone and iPad.ICONIC: A Photographic Tribute to Apple Innovation. Buy the book on Amazon or get one of the special editions. Get 10% off and free shipping on a special edition using offer code ‘MACFM’ at checkout.Patreon supporters like Zach Kahn, Marco Hyyryläinen, John Gruber, Daniel Cacace, and Alan Braverman. Thank you.
David and Katie sit down with Brett Terpstra drink to talk about his current projects, Marked 2, text, automation and being obsessive about making great things.
Thanks to MPU listener
Jigar Talati for assistance with the shownotes this week!
Links for this episode:
MPU 045: Finding Files and Tagging | Mac Power Users
MPU 081: Workflows with Brett Terpstra | Mac Power Users
Mac Power Users 167: Workflows with Brett Terpstra | Mac Power Users
Marked 2 – Smarter tools for smarter writers
Marked 2 Mac App Store Link
MPU 011: Services and Macworld 2010 | Mac Power Users
Markdown Service Tools – BrettTerpstra.com
Daring Fireball: Markdown
Home | kramdown
MPU 037: Markdown and MultiMarkdown | Mac Power Users
Katie and David tackle the use of Markdown and MultiMarkdown to write for the Web and more. This episode also includes an interview with Fletcher Penney, author of MultiMarkdown.
Creating Content with Markdown: Learn by Video: Simple, future-proof writing with plain text | Peachpit
Creating Content with Markdown: Learn by Video: Simple, future-proof writing with plain text.
PDFpen for iPad: Edit and Sign PDFs on Your iPad – Video Tutorial
David Sparks did this new soup-to-nuts video tutorial that shows you (almost) everything you need to know about PDFpen for iPad. Epic!
Brett’s PopClip Extensions – BrettTerpstra.com
ErgoDox.org – Home Page
Star Wars Celebration The Ultimate Fan Experience – Star Wars Celebration • April 16 – 19, 2015
Mac Power Users 177: Workflows with Gabe Weatherhead | Mac Power Users
David and Katie talk with Gabe Weatherhead (aka MacDrifter) about being a Mac geek in a PC office, DEVONThink, and his automation workflows.
An unsolicited GeekTool showcase – BrettTerpstra.com
GeekTool: Tynsoe projects
GeekTool is an application for Mac OS 10.6+. It lets you display various kinds of information on your desktop via 3 default plug-ins
How To Customize Your Desktop with GeekTool | Mac|Life
Geeklets – The best place to get GeekTool scripts
Google Charts — Google Developers
A brand new approach to screenshot software | Clarify-it
Indigo Domotics – Advanced Mac Home Automation Software
INSTEON – Indigo 5.0x Pro INSTEON – Compatible Software
Adonit | The Best Fine Point Stylus for iPad & iPhone
Jot – Amazon Link
5by5 | Systematic #103: Speaking Of Stage Fright with Nat Osten
Nat Osten, an iOS developer at Smile, joins Brett to discuss building for the sake of creation, stage fright, high school cafeterias, and the top picks of the week.
App Camp For Girls – Home
Pencil | FiftyThree
Pencil – Amazon Link
Israel Kamakawiwo’ole – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Leap Motion | Mac & PC Motion Controller for Games, Design, & More
Minority Report (2002) – IMDb
Christina Warren (film_girl) on Twitter
5by5 | Overtired
Overtired is Christina Warren and Brett Terpstra, two tech-geeks with unusual sleep schedules coming together to nerd out over gadgets, software, personalities and life. Tune in to find out what keeps them up at night.
Please support our exclusive sponsor for this episode: Smile:With productivity boosters like the PDFpen Family and TextExpander, Smile makes you a Mac Power User.
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David and Katie are joined by special guest David Allen, author of Getting Things Done, to talk talk about the GTD method and how GTD works in the digital age.
Merlin Mann on Apple, WWDC, sleep habits and home entertainment.
How can we be sure that we’re on the right track? Doubt is the rust that eats away at our ability, as designers, to be confident that what we’re producing is good and worthwhile.
In this episode Ross and Josh speak to professional speaking human Merlin Mann about overcoming or, perhaps, embracing self-doubt, to become better producers of quality work. Are we allowed to change our minds and how do we deal with the criticism that results from that?
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This week Myke is joined by Ken Jennings.
Interview of Jason Crawford on Free Objectivist Books for Students: Philosophy in Action Podcast of 29 May 2013
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