Jeff Atwood comes on Conversations With Bacon to unpick how online communitiy platforms work, such as Discourse and Stack Overflow.
Merlin and Dan talk about Marked, Drafts, MLKSHK shutting down, App.net, routers, Hong King Phoey, poisoned meatballs, and more.
John Siracusa made the Hypercritical podcast which is one of my all time favorites. He is also a gamer that somehow had fun with the Turok: Dinosaur Hunter series on the N64. He is currently part of the truly awesome Accidental Tech Podcast which he records with Marco Arment and nobody else.
We somehow recorded a little episode of Neutral at the end.
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This week Stephen leaves Federico and Myke to celebrate The Prompt’s first anniversary on their own. However, they have the help of David Smith to discuss the App Store after WWDC—as well as a whole host of follow-up and fun.
On the 100th episode of CMD+Space, the tables are turned and Myke is the guest! Stephen Hackett takes the reins to ask Myke all about the history of CMD+Space, why he loves podcasting and what he foresees as the future of the medium.
Download, listen to the episode above, or subscribe to our podcast RSS feed.EPUB and its derivative Amazon MOBI format are the lifeblood of electronic readers and ebook software. Mastering the details of getting a good workflow and a consistent result requires arcane knowledge and remarkable patience. Joining host Glenn Fleishman of The Magazine on this episode to discuss perfecting EPUBs are Tonya Engst of TidBITS Publishing; Michael E. Cohen, an ebook guru; and Serenity Caldwell of Macworld magazine.Sponsor: This podcast is made possible through the generous support of MailChimp, which is underwriting our first six episodes. MailChimp lets you manage email lists of any size. They also make hats for cats and dogs.Let us know what you think and your ideas for future shows: send email to email@example.com.Show notesLet’s define the formatWhat is EPUB?IDPFAre all EPUBs created equal?Fixed Layout EPUBsFlowing EPUBsEPUB’s directionality:Everything flows in one directThink of it as a collection of web pagesCould be tricky for users used to PDF?EPUB is designed for portable readersLimited resolutionLimited sizeGood for novelsBad for photo journalsGlenn’s blast from the pastGo LiveCan’t you just choose Export? Cue laughter. Watch Serenity’s talk at the Çingleton Deux conference in 2012.Ebooks are an immersive experienceTidBITS Publishing24 years of internet publishing11 years of EbooksTidBITS’ blast from the pastMicrosoft Word and PDFApple’s PagesTidBITS workflowUses NisusWriter ProSupports automationGets converted to MarkdownLeanpub uses Markdown to create EPUB and MOBIMarkdown is becoming more and more useful across the web.You can create content in Markdown or use Scrivener to convertKeep it simple, stupidRule of thumb: Fork as late in the process as possibleMichael’s workflowLeanpub and Take ControlSide effect: made books easier to writeEven previously worked with AutomatorApple’s Book ProoferMacworld’s workflowStarted with PDFIndesign’s EPUB exportPages EPUB supportFinally, Indesign with CS 5.5Building CSS style sheetKindle PreviewerKF8 file format works with almost all devicesiBooks AuthoriPad currently only device supportedPages is being improved and could provide an answer in the futureMore apps and servicesVellum has great text but no imagesThis whole process is in the adolescent stageWorking with ebookstoresStarting outNumbers tapering offPushing out new booksPushing out updatesThe Metadata ProblemReader expectations, demands and deliverablesA look back at lessons learnedTime saversPitfalls to avoidAdvice
Debug features the best developers in the business talking about the amazing apps they make and why and how they make them. On this episode Brent Simmons, Dave Wiskus, and John Gruber join Guy and Rene to talk about Vesper 2.0, architecting sync, the decision making process, design choices, and why Vesper for Mac comes next.
Jason Snell (@jsnell) 1/6/14, 11:18 AM I’m a guest on @lexfri’s Your Daily Lex today. We talk about Lex getting hired by Macworld (and leaving us later).
Daniel Jalkut, Ryan Nielsen, and John Siracusa join Guy and Rene to talk about OS X Mavericks and the future of the Mac, starting with free updates and file systems. (Part 1 of 2.)
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Comedian, author, and actor talks about his latest book, his role in Apple’s "Get a Mac" ads, work on The Daily Show, and more.
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