Episode 58: This Was The Last Straw

Manton and Daniel talk about iPhone 5, Maps in iOS 6, Twitter’s opening and closing policies, and Dropbox syncing.

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September 27, 2012 at 10:46 am.

Episode 57: A Real Part Of The Web

Daniel and Manton talk about the new iPhone 5, Twitter’s continued API degradation, and follow up on customer support topics.

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September 19, 2012 at 11:32 am.

Episode 56: Allergic To Email

Manton and Daniel discuss customer email newsletters, the latest round of phone announcements, and design resources for developers.

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  • Campaign Monitor – Bulk email service useful for newsletter delivery.
  • Acorn – Graphics editing tool for OS X.
  • DigitalColor Meter – Free screen-magnifying tool from Apple.
  • xScope – Souped up screen-inspection tool from Iconfactory.
  • Nodebox – Python-based graphics programming environment.
  • Blog Redesign – Daniel’s post about using Nodebox to generate graphics.
  • Paintcode – Mac tool for generating graphics-drawing code.

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September 12, 2012 at 8:20 am.

Episode 55: This Is From The Future

Daniel and Manton talk about Manton’s rebranded Watermark service, the Apple v. Samsung patent lawsuit, and their approaches to managing customer support.

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  • Watermark – Manton’s rebranding of Tweet Marker Plus.
  • Billion Dollar Pile – Daniel’s quip on Twitter about Samsung’s payment to Apple.
  • Identical Cousins – New podcast from Brent and Michael Simmons.
  • Fantastical – Mac calendar software from Flexibits.
  • Apoio – Customer support management software.
  • FogBugz – Hosted bug tracking app from Fog Creek Software.
  • Fluid – For creating site-specific browsers.

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September 4, 2012 at 8:32 am.