Episode 164: One Of Those Weird Self-Doubt Moods

Manton and Daniel discuss WatchKit, poor conference planning, podcasting anxiety, and the difference between a $0 Billion and $1 Billion web service.

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  • WatchKit – Apple’s new SDK enables 3rd party apps for the watch.
  • Wireless Markup Language – Wikipedia page describing WML and WAP mobile development tech.
  • Butts – Steve Streza’s first WatchKit app.
  • CocoaConf Boston 2014 – The conference that Daniel almost neglected to open for.
  • Raizlabs Tweet – The fateful tweet that reminded me I had the dates wrong.
  • Mac Power Users – Podcast that will soon be airing an interview with Manton.
  • Roderick on the Line – A super podcast featuring Merlin Mann and John Roderick.
  • Battledecks SxSW 2008 – Example of the ultimate contest of extemporaneous speaking.
  • $1B Slack – TechCrunch’s reporting on Slack’s purported $1B value.
  • Searchpath – Manton’s considerably less valuable web search service.
  • Campfire – Comparable product to Slack, from Basecamp née 37signals.
  • HipChat – Another group-chat solution, from Atlassian.
  • Set Your Priorities – Joel Spolsky on the problems with “consultingware”.

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November 20, 2014 at 7:11 am.