"How do you balance the desire to live longer with the desire to perform well?" (Tweet It) - Peter Attia, MD This episode delves into all types of performance enhancement and tracking — optimizing blood testing, drinking "jet fuel," training for ultra-endurance sports, consuming synthetic keto…
To listen to this episode of Working with guest Stephen Colbert, click the arrow on the audio player below: Subscribe in iTunes ∙ RSS feed ∙ Download ∙ Play in another tab On this episode of Working, David Plotz talks with Stephen Colbert on how he puts his show together and turns himself from Stephen Colbert…
Chris Hayes hosts All In with Chris Hayes on MSNBC and is an editor-at-large for The Nation.
"The instability was so intense and the anguish and frustration were so intense that there wasn’t a ton of time to think through, ‘Well, what is my role in this?’ Mostly it was: wake up in the morning after two or three hours of sleep and start going to stuff, talking to people, and keep doing that until the show happens."
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A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Episode 495. iPhone 6 launch Apple’s biggest? Apple’s 3Q earnings. OS X Yosemite Public Beta. Phone 6 Roulette with Ken Ray (Mac OS Ken), Paul Wheatley (British Tech Network), Jeff Gamet (The Mac Observer), Dan Benjamin (5by5), David Sparks (Mac Power Users), and Erfon Elijah (The Cultcast).
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Episode 30: Coffee
On the day following the launch of his new app Overcast, Marco Arment joins John to talk about the unsung hero that helped Overcast to come together a little bit more each and every day…coffee. We cover the history from the 13th century to present with brewing techniques and a bit about our personal journies with that wonderful brown liquid.
Caffeine systematic name: 3,7-dihydro-1,3,7-trimethyl-1H-purine-2,6-dione; aka 1,3,7-trimethylxanthine aka 1,3,7-trimethyl-2,6-dioxopurine
Many Tricks If you’re looking for some Mac software that can do, Many Tricks, remember to specifically visit this URL: manytricks.com/pragmatic for more information about their amazingly useful apps and use the discount code [listen to the episode to get the code] for 25% off the total price of your order. Hurry it’s only for a limited time!
LIFX is a smart lightbulb that gives you previously unheard of control of your lighting. Each bulb is Wi-Fi enabled, can give you light in whatever colour of the rainbow you like, and is an energy efficient LED light bulb that you can control with your smartphone. Visit lifx.co/pragmatic for more informtaion and use the coupon code “PRAGMATIC” for 15% off the total price of your order. For developers LIFX are running a competition with great prizes please check it out and submit your app by the 25th of July, 2014.
Guest-host: Marco Arment writes at his site and has a podcast with friends called the Accidental Tech Podcast each week. Check out his new podcast playing app Overcast site and the [App Store Link] as well as my review.
Some Useful Links:
History of coffee
The case for the humble Robusta coffee bean
Caffeine Withdrawal Symptoms: Top Ten
Coffee Roasts from Light to Dark
What is Coffee Bloom?
World Aeropress Championships
Marcos Coffee Equipment & Recomendations:
Behmor Drum Roaster
Baratza Conical Burr Grinder
S-Filter for AeroPress
The Kaffeologie S-Filter
Grosche Glass Travel Mug
Contigo Travel Mugs
Johns Coffee Equipment:
Hario Skerton MSS-1B
Double Mesh Stainless Milk frother
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Published: 21st July 2014 6:30PM
Share:EmailAt a recent Aspen Institute event, National Constitution Center president Jeffrey Rosen moderated a lively discussion on the recently concluded Supreme Court term.
Rosen was joined by Sherrilyn Ifill, Neal Katyal and Theodore B. Olson in a wide-ranging talk about a memorable year for the Court.
The team of legal experts debated the big decisions, partisanship on the Court, and how it all might shape the future.
Topics include affirmative action, religious liberty, campaign contribution limits, and an unusual number of unanimous decisions from the Roberts Court.
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Debug is a casual, conversational interview show featuring the best developers in the business 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.
A look back at the first MacBreak Weekly for our 400th episode, MacBook Air line gets updated, Apple’s earnings report, and more.
Debug is Mobile Nations developer podcast. This week, however, we’re doing something different. We’re bringing together a panel of developers and designers, CEOs and senior editors, of women in the tech industry to talk about how women are treated and mistreated in the tech industry. Join Serenity Caldwell of Macworld/TechHive, Jessie Char of Pacific Helm, Georgia Dow of ZEN & TECH, and Brianna Wu of Giant Spacekat as share their experiences and insight on sexism in the tech industry, from coworkers to clients to conventions to culture and beyond.
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