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  1. Reboot | How Have You Lived Your Life?

    Aging, the continuous passage of time, is a journey upon which we must all embark. As life unfolds before us, we may be naturally drawn towards a state of inquiry in attempt to discern the purpose and meaning in our soul. For many leaders, the draw can be to gaze upon external outcomes as a manifestation of our life’s meaning, allowing our worthiness to be derived from our relationship between mean and end. But what if we were to allow ourselves to abandon the question, “Does my life have meaning?” and instead consider, “How have I lived?”

    In this episode, Jerry is joined by speaker, activist, and friend of the Reboot Podcast, Parker J. Palmer, author of the On the Brink of Everything: Grace, Gravity, and Getting Old. Over the course of their conversation, Jerry and Parker contemplate the insights they’ve gained in the process of aging, the power of living life with kindness and gratitude, and the importance of remaining open to being human together.

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  2. Frontside | Automating GitHub with Probot

    Special Guests: Brian Douglas and Bex Warner of GitHub.

    In this episode, the panelists talk about automating GitHub with Probot. The origins of Probot are discussed, as well as making GitHub apps with the GitHub API, automating workflows with Probot, must-have Probots for every repo, and GitHub’s V4 GraphQL API.

    References:

    <ul> <li><a href="https://github.com/microstates/microstates.js#microstates">Microstates README</a></li> <li><a href="https://probot.github.io/">Probot</a></li>; <li><a href="https://github.com/integrations/slack">github.com/integrations/slack</a></li>; <li><a href="https://github.com/marketplace/pull-reminders">github.com/marketplace/pull-reminders</a></li>; <li><a href="https://platform.github.community/c/integrations">platform.github.community/c/integrations</a></li>; <li><a href="https://probot.github.io/apps/unfurl-links/">probot.github.io/apps/unfurl-links/</a></li>; <li><a href="https://probot.github.io/docs/deployment/">probot.github.io/docs/deployment/</a></li>; <li><a href="https://probot.github.io/docs/extensions/#scheduler">probot.github.io/docs/extensions/#scheduler</a></li>; <li><a href="https://probot.github.io/community/">probot.github.io/community</a></li>; </ul>

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  3. The Rebound 186: I Enjoy Setting Up Routers

    Apple wins a patent for a round Watch face: https://9to5mac.com/2018/05/08/round-apple-watch-patent/

    iOS 13 is rumored to have an iPad focus: https://www.macrumors.com/2018/05/04/ios-13-revamped-files-app/

    The iMac turned 20: https://sixcolors.com/post/2018/05/the-original-imac-20-years-since-apple-changed-its-fate/

    Apple discontinues AirPort: https://sixcolors.com/link/2018/04/its-official-apple-discontinues-airport/

    M.G. Siegler’s thoughts on that: https://500ish.com/errorport-a5c0e8783d04

    Our thanks also to Indochino (https://www.Indochino.com) where you’ll find the best made to measure shirts and suits at a great price. Use the promo code "REBOUND" and get any premium suit for just $359.

    And our thanks to Casper (https://casper.com/therebound) for sponsoring this episode. You spend about a third of your life sleeping, make sure it’s on a good mattress. Go to casper.com/therebound to start your 100-day money-back trial. You’ll get $50 off by using the code "REBOUND".

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  4. Upgrade | Obsolescence Isn’t What It Used to Be

    Special Guest Merlin Mann joins Jason to discuss the weather, old speakers, Apple’s latest TV acquisition, the long slow fade of 32-bit Mac apps, and the arrival of a new version of his favorite iOS writing app.

    https://www.relay.fm/upgrade/189

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  5. Do facts and reason matter anymore?

    Jon Lovett talks with Steven Pinker about the role of honest argument in our politics and what his new book “Enlightenment Now” can tell us about Trump.

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  6. 176: Have You Tried Defragging?

    The Rebound

    A technology podcast from Apple geeks Dan Moren, John Moltz, and Lex Friedman

    Available wherever fine podcasts are sold.Subscribe via RSS in your podcast app of choice.

    @dmoren,

    @moltz, and

    @lexfri

    Extreme gratitude to Chris Breen for composing our theme music.

    http://reboundcast.com/episode/176

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  7. Connected #181: Headspaced Against My Will - Relay FM

    Federico has a surprise for the group, then goes on to teach about Things 3 before Stephen complains about its repeating task support. In a shocking turn of events, Myke has the need for a Mac app.

    https://www.relay.fm/connected/181

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  8. 175: The Case of the Missing AirPods

    The Rebound

    A technology podcast from Apple geeks Dan Moren, John Moltz, and Lex Friedman

    Available wherever fine podcasts are sold.Subscribe via RSS in your podcast app of choice.

    @dmoren,

    @moltz, and

    @lexfri

    Extreme gratitude to Chris Breen for composing our theme music.

    http://reboundcast.com/episode/175

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  9. The Talk Show ✪: Ep. 215, With Special Guest Marco Arment

    The Talk Show

    ‘The “Press Real Hard” Era’, With Special Guest Marco Arment

    Sunday, 18 February 2018

    Special guest Marco Arment returns to the show for a brief discussion. Topics include Apple’s OS development strategy, HomePod and Siri, the sad state of Apple TV apps, where to get a good cheesesteak, and more.

    Download MP3.

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    Links:

    Ina Fried on Apple reportedly changing tack to focus more on quality in software.

    Mark Gurman on Apple’s OS development strategy.

    Steven Sinofksy on Apple’s software “problem”.

    The biggest problem with Siri isn’t the list of capabilities but the reliability of what it can do:

    https://twitter.com/gruber/status/963843284794793984

    https://twitter.com/waltmossberg/status/963849863959011328

    https://twitter.com/waltmossberg/status/963881247478091776

    Nick Heer on the new YouTube “app” for Apple TV.

    Baratza Virtuoso coffee grinder.

    The typographically disastrous Medelco 12-cup kettle.

    Alexa’s pro-Eagles stance on Super Bowl 52.

    Cleavers Philly — good fucking cheesesteaks.

    “The Menu Bar”: Zac Cichy and Andrew Clark’s re-launched podcast on Apple.

    Mark Bramhill’s “Welcome to Macintosh” — minute-for-minute the best Apple podcast in the world.

    This episode of The Talk Show was edited by Caleb Sexton.

    https://daringfireball.net/thetalkshow/2018/02/18/ep-215

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  10. The Omni Show: Ken Case on Omni’€™s 2018 Roadmap

    Ken Case, CEO and one of the founders of The Omni Group, talks about what we accomplished in 2017 and what we plan to do in 2018. It’s a big year, especially for OmniFocus 3 for Mac and iOS.

    Show Notes: You can read all about it: see Omni Roadmap 2018 on our blog. And go back in time, if you like, to the 2017 roadmap. And 2016 and 2015.

    You can find Ken @kcase on Twitter. You can also find @omnigroup on Twitter and on Micro.blog

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