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  1. 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.

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

    Oklahoma

    Wikipedia

    The shopping cart

    Rust

    Homestead Act

    Pong

    Atari 2600

    President Carter

    Pinochle

    Republicans

    Democrats

    Apple II

    Apple II Reference Manual

    Floppy Disks

    Odyssey: The Compleat Adventure

    Marco

    Epson MX-80 dot matrix printer

    Parallel port

    BASIC

    Apple II graphics modes

    LiteBrite

    Apple II Star Wars game

    Assembler

    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

    SATs

    University of Oklahoma

    LaserWriter

    Linotronic image setter

    The Clampetts

    The Joads

    Seattle

    Las Vegas

    Belltown

    Capitol Hill

    Everett

    Queen Anne

    Magnolia

    Adobe

    Microsoft

    Windows

    X-Wing video game

    8086 Assembly language

    Microsoft DOS

    Sierra On-Line

    PowerBook Duo

    Apple IIGS

    Think C

    Sega

    CD-ROMs

    Postscript

    Pagemaker

    Quark

    Aldus

    Pioneer Square

    1995

    Java

    Natural Intelligence Roaster IDE

    Illustrator

    QA Partner

    Test-Driven Development

    InDesign

    COM

    Matt Joss

    Version control

    2001

    SourceSafe

    Visual Studio

    C++

    OpenDoc Resource Compiler

    Sharepoint

    Azure

    FrameMaker

    Rogue Sheep

    CMYK separation

    Optical character alignment

    University of Washington

    HITLab

    Gel Electrophoresis

    Jeff Argast

    PowerPoint

    Western blots

    The Guardian

    Bush Administration

    Postage

    Twitterrific

    Brad Ellis

    Lehman Brothers

    Jake Carter

    Cocoa

    Quartz Composer

    Motion

    After Effects

    Kyle Richter

    Ian Baird

    IAP

    Rickenbacker’s

    The House of Shields

    John Gruber

    Dave Wiskus

    Napkin

    Guy English

    Thomas Unterberger

    C4

    United Lemur

    World Cup

    Brazil

    WWDC

    San Francisco

    NetNewsWire

    1999

    Eddy awards

    http://therecord.co/2014/05/09/chris_parrish

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  2. weblog - The Record

    This episode was recorded 15 May 2013 live and in person at The Omni Group’s lovely offices overlooking Lake Union in Seattle.

    You can download the m4a file or subscribe to the podcast feed. (It will be added to iTunes soon.)

    Luke Adamson is a founder of Toy Rockets. He’s a former instructor at the University of Washington’s iOS and Mac certificate program and a former developer at The Omni Group (where, among other things, he helped create OmniOutliner).

    This episode is sponsored by Microsoft Azure Mobile Services. Does your app need online services? Syncing? Storage? Mobile Services is the easiest way to get started. Create your own APIs. Write your code using JavaScript (Mobile Services runs Node.js). Store data in a SQL database and/or in blob storage. Develop using your favorite text editor and terminal app on your favorite computer — a Mac. And never ever worry about applying security patches to a server. A trial account is free.

    Things we mention, in order of appearance (roughly):

    Gophers

    Idaho

    Meth

    Maze War

    Boise State U

    Nextstation

    UUCP

    HP

    Usenet

    Commodore 64

    BASIC

    Pascal

    Objective-C

    C++

    Win16

    AppKit

    Foundation

    NSString

    University of Idaho

    The Omni Group

    Texas A&M

    OmniWeb

    OmniPDF

    WebObjects

    Lighthouse Design

    Diagram!

    Quantrix

    Wainscoting

    EOF

    Standard & Poor’s

    Mitsubishi

    Toyota

    McCaw Cellular

    Oracle 8

    Craig Federighi

    Bruce Arthur

    Solaris

    Sybase

    G4

    Ireland

    Quake

    HP-UX

    Doom

    John Carmack

    Java

    BeOS

    Adobe

    PowerPC

    Power Computing

    Webscript

    Lisp

    Swing Toolkit

    AWT

    Ken Case

    Tim Wood

    Wil Shipley

    Greg Titus

    Andrew Abernathy

    Tom Bunch

    Retrospect

    Steve Nygard

    Class-dump

    OmniOutliner

    Visio

    Rhapsody

    OmniGraffle

    Illustrator

    Mazda RX-7

    FrontBase

    Denmark

    Cinema Displays

    TiBook

    Everett, Washington

    Blue hair

    Sub-prime mortgages

    Bear Stearns

    Deutsche Bank

    Credit Suisse

    Internap

    Xserve

    Ubermind

    Deloitte Digital

    Societe General

    India

    iOS

    Jailbroken iPhones

    Lucas Newman

    http://therecord.co/

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