The second of two rambly conversations with artist, musician, producer and polymath, Brian Eno.
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The first of two rambly conversations with artist, musician, producer and polymath, Brian Eno.
We are just one week away from the Nintendo Switch. What do we know?
Jessica Jones Rewind: Episodes 1-4
Our (large) panel is here to talk about the first four episodes of Netflix’s “Jessica Jones”! We discuss how it’s going so far, the show’s representation of women, Kilgrave’s name (how obvious!), and the sex scenes. Oh, the sex scenes.
Subscribe to the feed of just “Jessica Jones” podcast episodes here: http://feeds.theincomparable.com/jessicajones
1 hour, 12 minutes
with Lisa Schmeiser, Mikah Sargent, Jason Snell and Justin Michael
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Doctor Who fans can’t take evil David Tennant
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Jessica Jones Rewind: Episodes 1-4
Our (large) panel is here to talk about the first four episodes of Netflix’s "Jessica Jones"! We discuss how it’s going so far, the show’s representation of women, Kilgrave’s name (how obvious!), and the sex scenes. Oh, the sex scenes.
Subscribe to the feed of just "Jessica Jones" podcast episodes here: http://feeds.theincomparable.com/jessicajones
The opening keynote from the inaugural HTML Special held before CSS Day 2016 in Amsterdam.
Ruining “X-Men: Apocalypse”, “Suicide Squad”, and “Captain America: Civil War.”
December 25, 2015
Lisa Schmeiser and Philip Michaels
Games journalist and feminist critic Leigh Alexander joins Antony to stand up for the “Twilight” books, explain how it’s OK to indulge in fantasy, and why separating fiction from reality is not a gender-specific trait.
For episode 100 of The Web Ahead, we have Jeffrey Zeldman, the Godfather of Web Standards, to talk about the past, present and future of making things for the web. We debate the pros and cons of everything from parallax scrolling to data mining.
The Talk Show
‘George Lucas Called’, With Jason Snell
Tuesday, 30 December 2014
Special guest Jason Snell joins the show for a year-end extravaganza. Topics include Jason’s first three months writing (and podcasting) as an indie at his new Six Colors; a look back at his 20-year career at MacUser and soon thereafter Macworld; tricky edge cases when booking sponsorships, and the whole situation with separating advertising sales from editorial integrity when you’re running a one-person publication; the Sony/North Korea hacking and The Interview, and iTunes’s slightly belated release thereof; and we pour one out for good old Movable Type.
Hover: The world’s best domain registrar. Use coupon code “scotch” and save 10 percent on any order.
Backblaze: Unlimited, unthrottled, onilne backup for Mac.
Casper: Premium mattresses for a fraction of the price.
McSweeney’s: “Email Addresses It Would Be Really Hard to Give Out Over the Phone” (a classic).
Jason Snell at Six Colors: “No Other Gatekeeper But Me”
Power Computing, the leading Mac clone maker.
The 1997 merger of MacUser and Macworld.
Chandler reading Macworld on Friends
Daring Fireball piece on software bundles back in 2006: “The Iniquities of the Selfish”.
Wilfredo Sanchez’s crackerjack whitepaper from 2000: “The Challenges of Integrating the Unix and Mac OS Environments”.
Lycos, not dead yet.
John Gruber, Dan Moren, and Jason Snell talking about Raiders of the Lost Ark on episode 8 of The Incomparable back in 2010.
We finally get John Siracusa to pin down his best game of all time.
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