Sony have shown us the PlayStation 5. So what do we think?
This week, Rich DeMuro (Rich on Tech podcast) takes over for Jason Ball while he’s out of the office. Rich interviews podcasting pioneer Leo Laporte, founder of podcast network TWiT.tv and host of nationally syndicated radio show “The Tech Guy.” Leo talks about how he got his start in broadcasting, his original idea to call podcasts “netcasts,” and how the landscape for radio has changed. Leo also holds nothing back when sharing some of the more challenging experiences he’s had in the industry throughout the years.
This fortnight, Kathy is joined by Anže Tomić and David Sparks to talk about their podcast history, the shows they make and the ones they love to listen to. There is also talk about miniature golf and donuts, like you do.
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This week I’m joined by Shawn Blanc, who has built a business through blogging, setting up speciality web sites, and designing courses for people to purchase. He is a really interesting guy and has some valuable opinions on efficiency in your life. Links: shawnblanc.net The Sweet Setup Tools & Toys
Merlin stops by to talk about finding a job that fits you, prototyping your future, and manufacturing care. Then we have a lot of rapid fire questions for him.
Merlin Mann, podcaster, man about the internet, and devastatingly handsome
provocateur, joins Brett to talk about the state of writing on the web,
Merlin’s podcasts, and maybe even some politics.
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Health care lies dominate the Sunday shows, and Congress’s biggest racist strikes again. Then, Congressman Seth Moulton joins Jon, Jon and Tommy to talk about the future of the Democratic Party.
Jason and David discuss their home-office set-ups and the challenges they face when working in a house they share with other people.
Lawyer, blogger, podcaster, and Mac productivity guy David Sparks joins
Brett to talk about freelancing, saying no to projects, and the latest and
greatest top 3 picks.
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