schmarty / Marty McGuire

I’m a web developer, IndieWeb enthusiast, improvisor, and probable troublemaker.

There are four people in schmarty’s collective.

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  1. iOS Today 450 Automation in iOS 2019

    Leo Laporte and Megan Morrone talk to Rosemary Orchard of the Automators Podcast on Relay FM about Shortcuts and other automation in iOS and iPad OS. Plus, her thoughts on WWDC 201…

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  2. Micro Monday - Episode 63: Manton Reece, aka @manton

    Manton returns to the podcast to answer questions from the community. We discuss new features, goals for the platform, audio players, encouraging people to stick with blogging, curation, t-shirts, and more.

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  3. Silicon Valley Does Not Care About Female Founders (Guest: Lisa Fetterman, Founder/CEO, Nomiku) | This is Your Life in Silicon Valley

    Lisa Fetterman is here to tell it like it is. She’s a gifted entrepreneur and inventor, and she cannot understand why Silicon Valley doesn’t care about female founders. This is a must-listen edition of the show featuring some great insight on how to fix the diversity problem in tech.

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  4. PodcastOne: Things That Serve Webs

    Tech Genii Alix and Hanna expose the unseen forces behind the extra downloads that may have mysteriously appeared in your feed this week.


    Tagged with invisibilia

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  5. Supercomputer | The Notes and Friends We Made Along the Way | Episode 31

    Matthew and Alex finally have The Talk. About notes.

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  6. Voyager Revisited | You Can’t Underestimate Seven (Episode 3)

    Game developer, podcaster, and Democratic candidate for Congress Brianna Wu is our guest. Brianna has been my idol in her dedication to Voyager, so it was such a thrill to have her on as a guest on the show.

    Brianna is a huge admirer of our favorite de-assimilated Borg, Seven of Nine, Tertiary Adjunct of Unimatrix 01, or as we call her, Seven. She makes a compelling case for Seven as a lens through which to view humanity’s qualities.

    Our homework assignment, chosen by Brianna, was Equinox, the two-part episode from the end of Season 5/beginning of Season 6. It’s one of the most powerful episodes in Star Trek, and gives Seven a chance to demonstrate her commitment to her new-found humanity.

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  7. Behind The Funny: Sue Costello “It’s On Like Donkey Kong”

    Wow, that’s all I can say about this episode.  Sue Costello was an amazingly open and honest guest.  Ace and I were hanging on every word.  She really shed some light on the entertainment industry from a woman’s point of view.

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  8. Voyager Revisited | What Would Janeway Do? (Episode 2)

    Coder, designer, and host of the Roundabout podcast, Tammy Coron comes on the podcast to have a chat about Captain Janeway. Tammy relates how her mom was a big fan of Kate Mulgrew, and together they watched the Voyager series when it aired. Tammy is a big fan of Star Trek generally, and an admirer of Gene Roddenberry’s vision.

    This week’s Voyager assignment is “Deadlock” (Season 2, Episode 21), with double dose of our favorite captain.

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  9. Core Intuition » Episode 367: This Is Impossible

    A podcast about indie software development for the Mac, iOS and other Apple technologies.

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  10. The New Builders Ep. 41: Offline First as a Social Movement

    This week we bring you a talk from Offline Camp discussing Offline First as a Social Movement led by IBM’s Bradley Holt.

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