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  1. The Menu Bar: Episode 14 - The Mark Gurman Subtweet Memo, With John Gruber — The Menu Bar

    Zac goes one on one with John Gruber to discuss the Apple memo that leaked about Apple leaks, why Beats was a good purchase, why John thinks Netflix might buy Spotify, how Apple might bundle Apple Music and TV shows, iPad productivity low hanging fruit, and more.

    Relevant Leaks:

    [SPONSOR] Away — First Class Luggage at a Coach Price

    Use Promo Code: MENU to take $20 off a suitcase.

    In a Leaked Memo, Apple Warns Employees to Stop Leaking Information - Bloomberg

    Beats Music Commercial full - YouTube

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  2. A Sweet Precious Angel with Merlin Mann

    Merlin Mann joins Brett once again to discuss—in typically humorous

    fashion—dogs, personal digital assistants, Apple tech, productivity hacks,

    and more.

    Sponsored by:

    This episode is sponsored by TextExpander. Multiply your team’s

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    first year.

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  3. Spring Forward and Stumble

    Heather B. Armstrong

    Hi. I’m Heather B. Armstrong, and this used to be called mommy blogging. But then they started calling it Influencer Marketing: hashtag ad, hashtag sponsored, hashtag you know you want me to slap your product on my kid and exploit her for millions and millions of dollars. That’s how this shit works. Now? Well… sit back, buckle up, and enjoy the ride.

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  4. Episode 1: Anthony Bourdain and Jen Agg — Carbface for Radio Podcast with Laurie and Chris

    Our executive producer (and Laurie’s boss) Anthony Bourdain stops by so Chris can demand an apology for getting attacked by monkeys. Later, Jen Agg talks about owning The Black Hoof, Grey Gardens, Rhum Corner, and Cocktail Bar in Toronto and Agrikol in Montreal, and her book, I Hear She’s a Real Bitch, along with dick pics, vegan buttholes and ketchup chips.Subscribe on iTunes. Or add us to your pod player by copying and pasting this link: Play and Stitcher links coming soon.

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  5. The Gift — Twenty Thousand Hertz

    The science behind sound reproduction has been studied for centuries. But what will research uncover in the centuries to come? One man made it his life’s mission to find out, and a gift he made to the world will continue that mission for the foreseeable future. Explore the extraordinary life of Dr. Amar Bose in this special holiday episode of Twenty Thousand Hertz.

    Featuring Ken Jacob from Bose.

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  6. Mac Power Users #415: John Siracusa Workflows and the Future of the Mac - Relay FM

    John Siracusa returns to the Mac Power Users to talk about his favorite workflows and apps. We also spend some time getting John’s opinion about where the Mac is and where it is heading.

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  7. Discussion: The Year in Music, 2013 : All Songs Considered : NPR

    Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton are joined by Ann Powers and Stephen Thompson to discuss the themes of the year, the albums that won us over and the musicians we lost.

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  8. Big Pop Fun #20: Tim Siedell, Twitter God

    Tim Siedell is @BadBanana on Twitter, and has made a career in Hollywood on the strength of 140 character daily tweets. We talk about social networking and

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  9. Peanuts: Peril and Promise

    Despite their diminutive scale, peanuts play an outsized role in American culture. Peanut butter has long been a mainstay of the American lunchbox, with its sticky, slightly sweet nuttiness flavoring the memories of generation after generation of kids. And it’s hard to imagine ballgames without, as the song goes, peanuts and Cracker Jacks (which, of course, also …More →

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  10. Peanuts: Peril and Promise - Gastropod

    Hamburgers that turn out to be horse, not beef. Honey sweetened with high-fructose corn syrup. Old, grey olives dipped in copper sulfate solution to make them look fresh and green. Fraudulent foods such as these make up as much as five to ten percent of the offerings on supermarket shelves, according to experts—but which food is …More →

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