- Andrew drank a Brandy + Fanta
- Sean drank a Carrot + Mango blend
This week we discuss The Internet Of All The Things. By taking a look at some of the connected devices that already exist, we try to understand where this market is and how that might inform where it is headed. Are we talking about wearables, connected appliances, or are these really pieces of the same puzzle?
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We are joined by Bradley Chambers to discuss keeping your resume updated, diversifying your income, being ready for change, networking with others and becoming a part of the conversation.
We talk to Anze Tomic about his podcast network, his english show – Storming Mortal, why Anze prefers Android, and we have a passionate discussion about issues that surround being a part of the Google ecosystem.
We discuss Zac launching Whole & Part, Andrew's appearance on Pulling the String, the trauma of creativity, getting lost in home screen management, tutorial screen implementation, & negotiating piracy.
Merry Christmas patrons! In this very special video episode, Zac gets an xmas present, Windows Phone bait and switch, Ben Brooks' assassination of tech podcasts, and answer some patron questions about the bar in 2013 and beyond. Also santa hats.
(Note to podcast app users: We only included the audio version in our feed as we didn't want to overload anyone. If you'd like to see the video version, please go here. Thanks!)
Music in this episode has been provided by Incompetech.
We ponder if Microsoft made the wrong bet, Apple's PrimeSense aquisition, motion as a primary input method, the interrelation between Business and Product, and was Everpix just the wrong product?
Andrew also talks about #gojgo at the very end, and we urge you to support Stephen Hackett & his son’s hospital. Stephen has been a great friend of the bar and we feel this is an important thing to get behind. Give a little or give a lot, but be a hero.
Become a hero: http://512pixels.net/2013/11/become-a-hero/
In this special 60 minute visit friend-of-the-bar Harry Marks stops by to discuss thanksgiving plans, MFi controllers, learning to program, and how price is part of product. Also podcast duration.
You can buy Harry's "Nerds Ruin Everything" shirt at T-Spring for the next 2 days at http://teespring.com/curiousratM
This week we discuss buying TV's, iWork collaboration tests, iMessage woes, Apple's recent iPad app releases, dogs and depression, why 2DS is all the console Zac needs, Google harnessing twitches to pimp viagra, the problem with large company acquisitions, and is it about race?
This week we discuss why traditional games aren't going away with some 2DS follow up, Apple's shifting device strategy, the lack of a 'default' Apple product, iPad as a second class citizen, Tweetbot 3 VS. Twitteriffic, the continuing evolution of Andrew's Numerical, and how Apple enables opportunity.
It's a pocket monster sized episode as we're joined by Cody Fink of MacStories. We discuss writing for your soul, outgrowing tech news, choosing the right iPhone, the future of iWork, the 2DS & the state of Nintendo.
PS: Apologies for Zac's audio. Wrong input >.<
This week we are joined by Ryan Taylor of DYHAMB to discuss podcasting, real world jobs, fear of things falling apart, how limits breed emergence, why Zac's Twitter Timeline is wrong about 2DS, iPhone 5c design & rumination on what comes next.
This week we discuss naming Andrew's calculator app, returning to Facebook, responsibility to a community/audience, why great apps are successful apps, the iPhone freight train, mortality, determinism... but first: A dramatic iTunes review reading.
This week we discuss Andrew's first app, the weight of podcast editing apps, Pacific Rim & Guillermo Del Toro's filmography, Miley Cyrus, why Little Inferno matters, and the 'koalescence' of games and software.
In an unprecedented move you can find Show Notes here
Music by Kyle Gabler (explained in ep)
This week we discuss the value (or lack thereof?) of favoriting, livejournal podcasting, blogging jackassery, the end of RIM, and finally we ponder the question: what if Metro just isn't very good?