November 20, 2015 at 7:45AM • 1 hour 6 minutes
John and Dan talk about superstition, jinxes, OCD, secret cabals, NFL money, surveillance, playing tambourines on the floor, real magic, and sociopaths.
Hosted by John Roderick & Dan Benjamin.
November 20, 2015 at 6:00AM • 30 minutes
This week Joe and Cody answer #askDaU questions and discuss new 4-inch iPhone rumors, Apple’s Apple Watch dock, Twitter’s experimentation, and Tim Cook shutting down the idea of a combined iOS and Mac OS X experience.
Hosted by Cody Coats & Joe Caiati.
November 19, 2015 at 8:45PM • 1 hour 49 minutes
En este episodio Fede y Flavio hablan sobre la tragedia en Paris, mas sobre las leyes de Net Neutrality en europa, el viaje de Flavio a Disney, los problemas de Fede con El Capitan, mas sobre el Apple TV 4, iPad Pro, Instagram cambia sus APIs, lo que dice creador de Wikipedia Jimmy Wales sobre leyes en Inglaterra, envío a domicilio de productos de Apple en NYC, ¿App streaming el futuro de aplicaciones en Android?, la ganancias de Apple en smartphones, noticias sobre agregar memoria en iPhones, cargador de Apple para el Apple Watch, Twitter, En tu iDispositivo, Programas recomendados, Productos Recomendados, y Saludos Finales.
Hosted by Federico Hatoum & Flavio Guinsburg.
November 19, 2015 at 5:45PM • 60 minutes
This week on Supercharged we’re talking about Amazon’s quiet takeover of home automation, YouTube music, and the fear of future technology. Guests: Thorin Klosowski (Lifehacker) and Erica Elson (Awkward Human).
Hosted by Adam Dachis & Darren Herczeg.
November 18, 2015 at 4:00PM • 52 minutes
A somewhat thoughtful episode featuring top topics that include the rise of the Instapoets, fiction that fits on an index card, the story behind the making of A is for Angelica the audiobook, Iain's newsletter for writers, and writing in partnership with a fellow author.
Hosted by Donna Sørensen & Iain Broome.
November 18, 2015 at 10:00AM • 48 minutes
John, Nolan and Darryl talk about how to get the most out of attending a conference.
Discussion: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Attending Conferences
- What conferences do we attend?
- Are we attending any upcoming conferences?
- Choosing a conference
- Why should I go to a conference?
- Emerging technologies
- What type of conference should I attend?
- Unconference (Open spaces)
- Vendor controlled
- How to get the most from a conference
- Be unique
- Be polite, well mannered and inclusive
- Prepare and practice an elevator pitch (self / project / company / app)
- Be outgoing, but not annoying
- Get outside of your comfort zone (get away from the people you already know)
- Identify your ‘must see’ sessions
- If a session isn’t working for you, get out, checkout the “hallway sessions”
- Sometimes the best of the conference happens in the hallways
- Make arrangements to stay late
- Some of the best networking happens after the conference
- Everything in moderation; don’t let one night of overindulgence ruin your conference experience
- When possible, get a room at the venue
- Do you have something to promote? People love free giveaways. Stickers, buttons, pens, etc.
- Find out who else is attending and attempt to make plans with people that you want to meet
Alternative show title suggestions
- Hallway sessions
- Vote with your feet
Hosted by Darryl Thomas & John Sextro.
November 18, 2015 at 9:00AM • 53 minutes
Dan and Jim talk about the Australian Apple Store incident, a converged iPad/Mac, the iPad Pro, setting up an iMac for guitar jams, and more.
Hosted by Jim Dalrymple & Dan Benjamin.
November 17, 2015 at 2:30PM • 1 hour 23 minutes
TOPIC: A Mark on a Page
This week, Dan and Merlin kick off by talking about Dan's recent interview with "Weird Al" and how he's such an interesting harbinger of changing times for media and platforms.
Next, Merlin responds to a listener's question about how he uses a notebook, which leads to an extended dissertation on how to ruin your notebook in the best way possible. Nothing doesn't go in here.
Hosted by Merlin Mann & Dan Benjamin.
November 17, 2015 at 11:45AM • 1 hour 12 minutes
The web is being compared to "native" a lot these days, with some even declaring the web dead. But what are the strengths web? What does it do that native can't touch? What is it we are making when we are creating something of the web? Jeremy Keith joins Jen Simmons to articulate how to understand and appreciate the web.
Hosted by Jen Simmons.
November 17, 2015 at 11:00AM • 1 hour 22 minutes
This week, we begin with a warm thank you to everyone who made it out to the DC meetup. It was really terrific to get to meet you all and we will definitely be doing more of these. The big discussion centers around a question from a listener who asked whether talking so much affects the doing—and both the quality and quantity of what we actually are able to ship. Also, giving yourself permission to fail. Icelandic shooter, Ragnar Axelsson is our Photographer of the Week.
Hosted by Bill Wadman & Jeffery Saddoris.