In this truly outrageous episode, we’re joined by Kelly Thompson, author of the Jem and the Holograms comic books (among many others!) to talk about trying to do it all, switching work modes, and working within existing intellectual property.
Dan talks about the importance of independent content, configuring Skype for optimum results, noise gating and compression for noisy rooms and environments, recording panels and live performances, and more.
The Changelog #205: A Protocol For Dying with Pieter Hintjens | News and podcasts for developers | Changelog
Since airing this show, Pieter passed away due to his battle with a metastasis of bile duct cancer in both lungs. But rather than listen to this show with sadness, listen with a happy heart and let’s celebrate Pieter’s life, and what he has accomplished. Thank you Pieter from the bottom of our hearts for your time on t…
Just as it says on the tin this is a daily(ish) podcast from Chris Enns.
A discussion about podcasting with Adam Clark from The Gently Mad and Irresistible Podcasting.
OWC iMac RAM update
Headphone jack remote issue: solved!
Assistive Touch in East Asia
iCloud backups on iOS 10 now include passwords?
Bluetooth and volume control (PDF)
Why are there three audio chips in the iPhone 7? (You won’t believe what we found! The full story at 11.)
McLaren, technology, F1, and the F1
John is hypercritical, but is he a hypocrite?
Dropbox Project Infinite
Jason Snell’s review
iPhone 7 Plus "Fauxkeh" Portrait Mode
Lex Friedman’s shots
Comparison shots vs. dSLR
Panzarino on the blur mechanics
Ending theme by Jonathan Mann
Post-show: Museums and pocket policies
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How do you get people to know you exist? Be unexpected.
Justin talks about his new book (justinjackson.ca/jolt) and talks with Mikael Cho from Crew in Montreal. They’re the awesome makers behind Unsplash.com
Dan and Haddie discuss the myth of work life balance, the risks of making your employees your friends, the necessary evils of LinkedIn and Facebook, the importance of avatars, becoming a bike messenger, getting laid off, and more.
Building remote-first teams with Karolina Szczur on the Hanselminutes Technology Podcast: Fresh Air for Developers
The Hanselminutes Podcast by Scott Hanselman
Summer heat is upon us and so are the jams. Our ears are hooked on Justin Timberlake’s “Can’t Stop The Feeling!” What you may not know is that this song leans on the success of mononymous giants: Pharrell, Michael and Handel. If you think that pop is a modern phenomenon, you may be surprised by medieval references and techniques comped by JT. Join us as we break down the hidden hooks and musical tricks that make this song an ear worm.
Justin Timberlake – Can’t Stop The Feeling!
Pharrell Williams – Happy
Michael Jackson – Thriller
Michael Jackson – Rock With You
Elvis Costello – Allison
M.C. Hammer – U Can’t Touch This
Electric Six – Improper Dancing
Nicki Minaj – Feeling Myself ft. Beyonce
Justin Timberlake – What Goes Around
Justin Timberlake – Cry Me A River
Bernart De Ventadorn – Can Vei La Lauzeta
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