Episode 50: Don’t Get Too Attached

Daniel and Manton talk about sudden priority shifts, the hopes of a crowd-funded Twitter alternative, and the self-promotional benefits of podcasting.

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July 25, 2012 at 5:36 am.

Episode 49: A Snapshot In Time

Manton and Daniel discuss the early days of Twitter, the iPad as a development device, and the pros and cons of the royal we.

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Links for this show:

  • oldtweets – Twitter’s first year of tweets, indexed by Kellan Elliott-McCrea.
  • Laughing Meme – Blog post on the how and why of oldtweets
  • Diet Coda – Panic’s iPad web development application.
  • Textastic – iPad code editor by Alexander Blach.
  • Screens – VNC app for iOS from Edovia.
  • Prompt – Panic’s standalone iOS ssh client.

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July 16, 2012 at 10:39 am.

Episode 48: Hopefully You Get Some Press

Manton and Daniel talk about updating for the retina MacBook Pro, Lion APIs, PayPal subscriptions, and the App Store’s Japanese tax withholding.

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July 11, 2012 at 10:25 am.

Episode 47: A Romantic Competition

Manton and Daniel talk about cynicism on the internet, the age-old rivalry between Apple and Microsoft, Google’s intense I/O keynote stunts, and Apple’s bug-reporting workflow.

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Links for this show:

  • Billy Bragg – “Cynicism is the Enemy of Progress” article in Montreal Gazette.
  • Edge Cases – New developer podcast from Andrew Pontious and Wolf Rentzsch.
  • Apple Outsider – Matt Drance’s blog.
  • Open Radar – Community driven public subset of bug reports reported to Apple.
  • QuickRadar – Open source project to facilitate easier bug reporting.

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July 3, 2012 at 1:16 pm.