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The Changelog #141: Full-time at The Changelog with Adam Stacoviak

February 11, 2015 at 4:15PM • 27 minutes

We have some BIG news to share!

For last two years, I have been rebuilding The Changelog from the ground up in my spare time on nights and weekends. As of this week, running The Changelog has become my full-time job.

Two Monday's ago I gave my two week notice to resign from a comfortable, enjoyable job with a Nonprofit I love, to go full-time on The Changelog.

This is HUGE for us, and can only be magnified by sharing the full story.

Read the FULL ANNOUNCEMENT here!

If you want to support The Changelog become a supporting member for $20 a year (that's like buying us a $1.67 cup of coffee every month) to directly support me and the team here at The Changelog in this mission of supporting OSS, and its phenomenal community.

Hosted by Adam Stacoviak & Jerod Santo.


Amplified #127: Two And A Half White Guys

February 11, 2015 at 1:45PM • 60 minutes

Jim, Shawn and Special Guest Dave Mark talk Tim Cook, The Loop Magazine, The Grammys and Kanye West!

Hosted by Jim Dalrymple & Dan Benjamin.


The Morning Dump #6: Poop Emoji In The Sky

February 11, 2015 at 11:00AM

I rant about Amazon's new giveaway tool, Samsung smart TVs becoming self-aware, Apple spending $850m on solar energy, a recent Hubble telescope discovery, and the most effective way to get customer service from Comcast.

Hosted by Jordan Cooper.


The Web Ahead #95: The New Web Ahead Website with Jen Simmons

February 11, 2015 at 9:00AM • 1 hour 9 minutes

After months of work, I've launched a new website for The Web Ahead, at thewebahead.net. Hear a saga of the agony, the ecstasy, the design and the build. How? Why? On what? A lot of geeking out about tech and design and some talk about future plans, too. The inimitable Jeff Eaton switches seats and interviews me, Jen Simmons, all about it.

Hosted by Jen Simmons.


Internet Outrage Machine #10: 1+1=1984

February 11, 2015 at 6:45AM • 1 hour 3 minutes

On this week's show, Alex Knight and Matt McInerney join us to judge & score the outrage at Brian Williams "misremembering" an Iraq war story, anti-vaccine politicians, the Fifty Shades Of Grey movie, Disney's 'Frozen' stifling men, Lance Armstrong's hit-and-run accident, Newsweek's latest cover, Gawker trolling Coca-Cola's #MakeItHappy campaign, and play a game of "Worse Than Hitler".

Hosted by Jordan Cooper & Kyle Roderick.


After Dark #507: After Internet Outrage Machine 10

February 11, 2015 at 6:45AM • 18 minutes

Jordan, Kyle, Alex & Matt rage about the suffix "-gate" and coffee shop etiquette after Internet Outrage Machine 10.

Hosted by Dan Benjamin.


Mac Power Users #240: MPU Live: Auto-Magically, with Kenny G

February 10, 2015 at 7:30PM • 1 hour 38 minutes

David and Katie talk with Bonni Stachowiak, a professor at Vanguard University about providing better feedback, they also follow-up with listener comments about financial management apps, clarify FileVault, share their thoughts on antivirus, discuss upgrading your Mac with an SSD and share listener tips and tricks.

Thanks to MPU listener Hay Oborn for assistance with the shownotes this week!

Hosted by David Sparks & Katie Floyd.


Back to Work #207: Vampires in the Wallpaper

February 10, 2015 at 1:45PM • 1 hour 40 minutes

TOPIC: Scoping the Minimally-Viable Me

This week, Dan and Merlin catch up on illness, Marvel comics, and what-have-you, but end up talking a lot about who we really are—who "I" actually am. Merlin eventually slips into an imbued and mildly-psychedelic fugue state that may strike the listener as alternately insightful and insane.

Hosted by Merlin Mann & Dan Benjamin.


After Dark #508: After Back to Work 207

February 10, 2015 at 1:45PM • 17 minutes

Dan & Merlin talk after Back to Work, episode 207.

Hosted by Dan Benjamin.


On Taking Pictures #146: Pattern Recognition Machine

February 10, 2015 at 12:45PM • 1 hour 20 minutes

This week, we’re going deep into discussing the power of a single photograph. Social or emotional impact notwithstanding, are photographs (or art for that matter) better with additional context? Also, you’ll never believe what Carol Armstrong found in her closet. Iconic sports shooter Neil Leifer is our Photographer of the Week.

Hosted by Bill Wadman & Jeffery Saddoris.