Can you turn an iPad into your primary computer, and if you do that, is it the best choice you can make, or a stunt to talk about on podcasts? I pose these blunt questions to my iPad-dominant guests. And give you a bushel of links, too.
App developer Simon Pither talks us through Patma, his new time-saving property management app.
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Amy is a software developer, writer, co-founder of Stacking the Bricks along with Alex Hillman, and a course creator. She is here today to share her story and everything about her online course ‘Sales Safari’. Most importantly, we’re going to talk about the V word: validating your idea and why you should pre-sell.
Don’t spend a year making something. Do a tiny product first.
"A good business doesn’t mean it is a good business for you"
"Just because people pay money for your thing doesn’t necessarily mean it solves their problem"
"You need to have a really clear vision of what the product is going to be"
"It is better to sell a smaller product for less money than to sell nothing"
"People buy when they are confronted with a reason to take time to read the details and make a decision"
“The big thing I want people to avoid is to spend a year making something and then [get] no sales…do a tiny product first.”
We are gearing up for the holiday season here at Bootstrapped Web. Jordan has a serious talk about self-care and knowing when to step back. Brian gives an update on ProcessKit and announces a new product. Automation Guides is launching later this month. Brian explains why he decided to create this new product
Episode 14 - How a European can reach FI in the UK | The Escape Artist | Financial Independence Europe
Today we talk to the one and only Barney, aka The Escape Artist! We discuss Barney’s personal FI journey, the best way to manage your investments and how a European can reach FI in the UK. What we talk about: Barney’s personal FI journey and strategy How to keep your investing simple How to set up your portfolio against FX risks How a European arriving in the UK should take advantage of the UK banking system
In today’s podcast episode, I was able to sit down with Zach Zorn from MoneyNomad.com and discuss a recent buy and flip that he found on EmpireFlippers.com. What I love about Zach’s story is that he’s been a long time…
On the WIRED UK podcast this week: loon balloons, we go inside the ghost town of the alt-right web and take a look at the human cost of Amazon Prime day.
These are the stories we discussed this week…
Facebook and Google’s race to connect the world is heating up https://www.wired.co.uk/article/google-project-loon-balloon-facebook-aquila-internet-africa
The wheels are falling off the alt-right’s version of the internet https://www.wired.co.uk/article/alt-right-internet-is-a-ghost-town-gab-voat-wrongthink
Amazon Prime Day created a surge in health and safety complaints from exhausted workers https://www.wired.co.uk/article/amazon-prime-day-uk-worker-health-and-safety
Music by Filip Hnizdo
Show produced and edited by James Temperton
Learn all about bringing your brand to life with words with Al Robertson on the Internet Marketing Podcast. Listen to the show here.
We have special guest Jeremy Keith from ClearLeft to discuss Service Workers: what they are, how users can benefit from them, and how we implement them. Jeremy authored the book “Going Offline” which goes into glorious detail on the subject, so he’s well positioned to discuss the topic.
We talk about how using a Service Worker can beneficially impact the user experience by allowing your website to still function despite spotty or no Internet connection at all. We also delve into many practical applications of the technology.
We discuss how in-browser technologies like Service Workers allow websites to act more like “apps”, how Service Workers are installed, and how they are like a virus, a toolbox, and a duckbilled platypus at once.
Welcome to Crash Landing. This episode Steve speaks to SF writer Al Robertson. He is the author of Crashing Heaven and Waking Hell, both currently available from Gollancz. Al has just 60 minutes to tell Steve about the 5 books that he couldn’t live without if he were going to crash land on a new world and why the are so important.
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