Episode 82: Did You Get This At Poundland?

Manton and Daniel discuss the Mailbox acquisition by Dropbox, Google’s fickle product commitments, WWDC announcement anxiety, and the clever new App.net invites.

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  • Poundland – The UK discount retail shop that inspired the episode title.
  • Mailbox – Highly celebrated new iOS mail client for gmail.
  • Welcome Mailbox – Blog post from Dropbox announcing their acquisition of Mailbox.
  • App.net – Up and coming social network with various developer-oriented features.
  • Hello, Dropbox – Blog post from Rasmus Andersson announcing his departure from Facebook for Dropbox.
  • Notational Velocity – Zachery Schneirov’s open-source note-taking app for Mac OS X.
  • nvAlt – Fork of Notational Velocity by Brett Terpstra and David Halter.
  • Getting Twitchy? – Don McAllister ruminates on the dearth of new Apple products this year.
  • No New Apple Products Yet – Manton’s response to Don’s twitchiness.
  • Google Graveyard – Slate.com’s catalog of Google’s cancelled products.
  • WWDC 2013 Notification – Paid WWDC-notification service by co-creator of Tokens for Mac.
  • Boxcar – Highly customizable push-notification service including support for user-contributed services.
  • Climber – App.net based app for sharing short videos editing in a Vine-like fashion.

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March 28, 2013 at 1:13 pm.