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  1. This Week in Law 391 Pai In The Sky

    We light a candle for internet laws, the Swiss have holes in their speech protections, the internet is turning music upside down, Congress is doing the ostrich, Uber wish that it c…

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  2. The Talk Show ✪: Ep. 192, With Special Guests Manton Reece and Brent Simmons

    The Talk Show

    ‘The Original Sin Is XML’, With Special Guests Manton Reece and Brent Simmons

    Wednesday, 31 May 2017

    Manton Reece and whisky-soaked baritone Brent Simmons join the show to talk about JSON Feed, the new spec they co-authored for syndicating things like blog posts and podcasts. We talk about their longstanding mutual interest in Userland Frontier, Dave Winer’s groundbreaking scripting environment from the early ’90s, and how that background — and their mutual love for publishing on the open web and the democratization of technology — ultimately lead to the creation of JSON Feed, as well was their other new projects: Manton’s publishing platform, and Brent’s new open source Mac app, announced for the first time right here on the show. And of course a brief look ahead to next week’s WWDC 2017.

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    JSON Feed

    JSON Feed links on Daring Fireball

    Interest in XML vs. JSON over the last 5 years. — Manton’s new publishing platform.

    Evergreen — Brent’s new open source Mac app.

    Evergreen’s GitHub repository.

    Userland Frontier.




    Seneca: “The Shortness of Life”.

    Yours truly back in 2009: “Twitter Apps Are a UI Playground”.

    Manton’s old Tweet Library app.

    “App: The Human Story” screening and panel discussion at WWDC 2017

    This episode of The Talk Show was edited by Caleb Sexton.

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  3. Core Intuition » Episode 283: Reset All The Things

    Daniel and Manton discuss the new JSON Feed format and initial public reaction to it. They talk about Panic’s source code being stolen, and Daniel celebrates/laments his new MacBook Pro.

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    Announcing JSON Feed – Official announcement of JSON Feed 1.0.

    jsonfeed-wp – WordPress plugin supporting automated generation of JSON Feed compatible feeds. – Manton’s microblogging service.

    Brent on JSON Feed – Brent Simmons shares his thoughts on the announcement…

    Manton on JSON Feed – … and Manton shares his.

    The Case of the Stolen Source Code – Panic details the theft of their source code, subsequent ransom threat, and what they’re doing about it.

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  4. Core Intuition » Episode 279: No Planned Updates

    Daniel and Manton talk about Manton’s impending rollout of to backers starting next week, and the merit of picking a specific launch date and sticking with it. They respond to a listener question about accounting practices, and discuss Apple’s apparent decision to stop updating the Workflow app, and what it means for the future of such functionality on iOS.

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    Links: – Manton’s forthcoming microblog publishing service.

    The Gates of Chaos – Halle Winkler’s NSConference 2015 talk.

    Study Accounting

    – iOS app for learning the fundamentals of double-entry accounting.

    Baremetrics – Subscription sales analytics service.

    MoneyWell – Mac bookkeeping app by Kevin LaCoste.

    OmniFocus – Mac task management app from The Omni Group.

    Less Accounting – Online accounting software.

    Xero – Another online accounting app.

    No Updates Planned – Story from 9to5mac about Apple’s apparent cessation of Workflow updates.

    The Future of Workflow – Federico Viticci’s reaction to Apple’s acquisition.

    Automator – Documentation for Apple’s Workflow-esque Mac-based automation tool.

    AppleScript – Apple’s documentation about the canonical scripting language for Mac.

    Frontier – UserLand’s web-based outliner and scripting language.

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  5. The Jar Jar Binks Movie - RocketJump

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    A science fiction anthology that explores the wonders - and terrors - of our digital age. Available starting April 4th, 2017 on Hulu in the United States and a host of other distributors around the world.

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  6. The Web Platform Podcast : 108 Elm Revisited

    Summary It’s been awhile since we have chatted about Elm Lang. Richard Feldman (@rtfeldman), Developer at No Red Ink, returns to the podcast with Conner Ruhl (@connerruhl), Developer Operations at Carfax, in his podcast debut. The two Elm fanatics chat about their experiences with Elm and how it’s made their productivity exponentially better. Resources Elm - Richards Github - Elm in Action - JSAir: Typed Functional Programming in JS - JSJ 175: JSJ 229:

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  7. Episode #65 Jump on the real-time web with RethinkDB - [Talk Python To Me Podcast]

    Talk Python To Me is a podcast for developers who are passionate about Python. Learn about the language and related technologies.


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  8. The Incomparable | Team Bucket (Episode 290)


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    The recently released video game “Firewatch,” by Campo Santo and Panic, is the subject of our discussion this week. This is a game that’s got a plot, but so much of the richness comes from characters and dialogue. Also, there are a lot of trees.


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    Team Bucket

    The recently released video game "Firewatch," by Campo Santo and Panic, is the subject of our discussion this week. This is a game that’s got a plot, but so much of the richness comes from characters and dialogue. Also, there are a lot of trees.

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  9. Replacing JS with Elm | Meteor Club Podcast

    Josh Owens, Ben Strahan, and Ramsay Lanier talk to Richard Feldman about No Red Ink and using Elm.

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  10. ElmQuickCast: Who’s Hiring?

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    ElmQuickCast is our upcoming podcast on, which is an awesome micro podcast service where episodes are limited to three minutes, published by email, and still sound amazing even when recorded on your phone.

    Our goals for ElmQuickCast are to keep you up to date with what’s going on in the Elm community while you are on the go. You can learn about upcoming meetups, cool new libraries, hear interviews with Elm community members, and everything else we can think up.

    For ElmQuickCast #1 we want to answer the question "Who’s hiring Elm developers?" Earlier this morning while browsing the @elmcastio twitter feed, I noticed two very similar tweets:

    totally considering quitting javascript and becoming a fulltime @elmlang developerplease tell me this is financially viable— Ian McLaughlin (@mclauia) March 2, 2016

    Everybody is talking about Elm and Elixir in production, but how do you even find those #elmlang and #elixirlang jobs? 😃— Björn Johansson (@bjorse) March 2, 2016

    We will be covering Elixir and Elm in an upcoming ElmCast, but for today let’s focus on Elm itself.

    I decided to do some searching and see how easy it would be to find Elm job postings. Of course, if you are searching for an answer to an Elm question, chances are that Richard Feldman is going to swoop in and provide an answer, so let’s start with the only company I could find that is actively hiring Elm developers, NoRedInk, a web-based language-learning platform designed to help students in grades 4-12 improve their grammar and writing skills.

    We use @elmlang in production, and @czaplic works here now. Almost half our team is remote!— Richard Feldman (@rtfeldman) March 2, 2016

    And in fact, NoRedInk is hiring both a Junior and Senior web developer to work with Elm. You can’t really know about Elm these days without having watched a video by Richard or Evan, so if you want to write Elm all day, NoRedInk seems likes your best choice.

    Now there is also Pear Deck, an edtech startup with the vision of ridding the world of passive, ineffective lectures which seems to be using Elm in production, and they are actively hiring right now. I would say this is probably your next best choice.

    Next up are some job postings that just include Elm in their description like VoltServer in East Greenwich, RI. MOSAIC Print in Cheverly, MD might be a good fit if you are a .net developer with an interest in Elm. And finally I am super excited that Docker, of all companies, is hiring a web developer with expertise in React and Redux with bonus points if you’ve built a web app in Elm.

    Finally, I would like to mention a few companies that are using Elm in production, but don’t seem to have open job listings right now. You might want to keep an eye on the career pages and blogs for CircuitHub, Prezi, Futurice, Beautiful Destinations, Gizra, and TruQu.

    Now keep in mind, Elm is an emerging technology. There are tons of developers and companies testing the language out to see if it will be a good fit for them. We should see many more job listings in the future as adoption increases.

    If you are a company that is using Elm in production and want to be included in this list, please let us know (@elmcastio)!

    Don’t forget to subscribe to the ElmQuickCast podcast in iTunes if you

    would like to hear more episodes like this, and checkout out for more long form Elm articles and screencasts.

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