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  1. The TV Show 1: Pilot | iMore

    There's a television renaissance going on. At no other time have so many great shows been on at the same time. At no other time could we watch them in our living room and on our tablets and phones, on networks and over the internet. The TV Show talks about that renaissance in storytelling and technology, focusing on the week of programming that was. On our pilot episode that includes Arrow, Agents of SHIELD, 24, Mad Men, Game of Thrones, and Big Bang Theory for the week of May 5, 2014. Subscribe and listen along!

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  2. Special #1 - Chris Parrish - The Record

    This episode was recorded 6 May 2014 live and in person at Brent’s office in lovely, sunny Ballard.

    You can download the m4a file or subscribe in iTunes. (Or subscribe to the podcast feed.)

    Chris has worked at Adobe and as a founder of Rogue Sheep, which won an Apple Design Award for Postage. Chris’s new company is Aged & Distilled with Guy English — which shipped Napkin, a Mac app for visual collaboration. Chris is also the co-host of The Record. He lives on Bainbridge Island, a quick ferry ride from Seattle.

    This episode is sponsored by Tagcaster. Tagcaster is not just another podcast client — it solves the age-old problem of linking to specific parts of a podcast. You can make clips — short audio excerpts — and share them and link to them. After all these years, that problem is finally solved.

    This episode is also sponsored by Igloo. Igloo is an intranet you’ll actually like, with shared calendars, microblogs, file-sharing, social networking, and more. It’s free for up 10 users — give it a try for your company or your team today.

    This episode is also sponsored by Hover. Hover makes domain name management easy. And it’s a snap to transfer domains from other registrars using their valet service. Get 10% off your first purchase with the promotional code PANIC. As in “Don’t Panic! Use Hover.” Take a look.

    Things we mention, more or less in order of appearance:



    The shopping cart


    Homestead Act


    Atari 2600

    President Carter




    Apple II

    Apple II Reference Manual

    Floppy Disks

    Odyssey: The Compleat Adventure


    Epson MX-80 dot matrix printer

    Parallel port


    Apple II graphics modes


    Apple II Star Wars game


    Text adventure games

    Paper app

    Graph paper

    Merlin assembler

    Pascal compiler for Apple II

    Locksmith for Apple II

    Apple II copy protection

    Radio Shack

    ROM chips

    Tin foil

    Alligator clips

    The Complete Graphics System

    The Incomparable

    Mike Lee on The Record


    University of Oklahoma


    Linotronic image setter

    The Clampetts

    The Joads


    Las Vegas


    Capitol Hill


    Queen Anne





    X-Wing video game

    8086 Assembly language

    Microsoft DOS

    Sierra On-Line

    PowerBook Duo

    Apple IIGS

    Think C







    Pioneer Square



    Natural Intelligence Roaster IDE


    QA Partner

    Test-Driven Development



    Matt Joss

    Version control



    Visual Studio


    OpenDoc Resource Compiler




    Rogue Sheep

    CMYK separation

    Optical character alignment

    University of Washington


    Gel Electrophoresis

    Jeff Argast


    Western blots

    The Guardian

    Bush Administration



    Brad Ellis

    Lehman Brothers

    Jake Carter


    Quartz Composer


    After Effects

    Kyle Richter

    Ian Baird



    The House of Shields

    John Gruber

    Dave Wiskus


    Guy English

    Thomas Unterberger


    United Lemur

    World Cup



    San Francisco



    Eddy awards

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  3. Threes A Magic Number with Greg Wohlwend (Episode 74) — The New Disruptors

    Greg Wohlwend developed the popular game Threes with his colleague Asher Vollmer. Greg is a games illustrator and designer who was part of teams that made Hundreds, Gasketball, Solipskier, and Ridiculous Fishing. Threes is his breakout game — and has inspired lots of admiration, frustration, and imitation. He and I talk in this episode about the joy of success, the burden of being independent, and the problems with parasites.Sponsors & PatronsThis podcast is made possible through the support of sponsors and patrons. Thanks to patrons George O'Toole, Jonathan Mann, and Sean Wickett for supporting us directly through Patreon! You can back this podcast for as little as $1 per month. At higher levels, we'll thank you on the air and send you mugs and T-shirts!If you'd like to sponsor this podcast and reach our fine listeners, please contact The Midroll for details.Show NotesThe Oatmeal's Matthew Inman was nominated for two 2014 Eisner Awards. Greg wrote this post to the hobbyist on the ledge. Greg designed the logo for Indie Game: The Movie; the creators of that film are two-time guests on the show, first in December 2012, and then a year later for a check in.The money in Minecraft is in YouTube videos of people playing through levels. We ran a story about this in The Magazine. The Scratch programming language leads to the Pencil programming language which led to JavaScript for my older son. CoderDojo uses Scratch to mentor kids in programming.Max Temkin baited a Los Angeles Times reporter who wrote an uninformed piece about the Threes ripoff 2048. The extended account of Threes development reveals the exhaustive and useful process of iteration, testing, and killing one's darlings.The Pop Culture Happy Hour podcast had a very nice discussion at the end of an episode where one panelist recommend 2048, and another explained kindly that Threes was the original and the thing to which one graduates as it's tougher. (Listen around minute 37.)Greg recommends the Indomie brand of ramen.

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  4. Pocket Sized Podcast 151: Unread with Jared Sinclair | Pocket Sized Podcast

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    Unread is a really nice iOS RSS reading app developed by Jared Sinclair. Jared joins Ronnie and Scott to talk about Unread, the development process behind it, why he developed it, and what it offers users for optimal RSS feed article reading on iOS. John Nemo hears it all with SteelSeries headphones in World’s Shortest Reviewcast.


    Unread – An RSS Reader

    Unread website

    Unread on Twitter

    Jared Sinclair’s blog

    Jared Sinclair on Twitter

    SteelSeries 5Hv3

    SteelSeries 9H

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    PocketPodcast on Twitterscottaw on Twitterronnielutes on Twitternikolaidis on Twitter

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    Pocket Sized Podcast Google+ Community

    Artwork by Donny Yankellow

    Theme music by Bryan Page, aka Jesta, available on Jesta’s Theme Page!

    Keep going tap tap tap! Download another app!

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