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Back to Work #415: Fifty and Monogamous

February 26, 2019 at 1:15PM • 1 hour 10 minutes

DISCUSSED: Dan has an awesome new video; Spider-Verse is out!; Merlin's dorky Segway is discussed; app recommendations for a clean new Gmail and an even-smarter Dark Sky; Dan spills the beans on his new sound bar setup; TV selection and purchase is a known thistle; idiot trolls hassle poor Carol Danvers; Dan has an important new egg technology; and, finally, the boys fret about Apple's new 2FA requirements a little.

Hosted by Merlin Mann & Dan Benjamin.

The Critical Path #220: Ex Machina: The Railroad, Part 1

February 25, 2019 at 8:30AM • 47 minutes

The conversation begins with Horace and Judd discussing Wolfgang Schivelbusch's The Railway Journey, then expands to include sea faring, the trouble with boilers and one of Horace's historical fantasies.

Hosted by Horace Dediu, Anders Brownworth, and Judd Rubin.

DLC #274: Olivia Grace: Reggie Fils-Aime, Nintendo, Xbox on Switch, Hololens 2, Anthem, Metro Exodus, Nier Automata, Toad Treasure Tracker, Typoman

February 25, 2019 at 1:00AM • 2 hours 18 minutes

Jeff and Christian welcome Olivia Grace, formerly of Blizzard, to the show this week to discuss Reggie's retirement from Nintendo, Xbox Game Pass coming to Switch, Hololens 2, and more!

The Playlist: Diablo 3, Toad Treasure Tracker, NieR: Automata, Anthem, Metro Exodus, Typoman

Parting Gifts!

Hosted by Christian Spicer & Jeff Cannata.

The Awkward Human Survival Guide #240: Shoes and a Side Sandwich

February 24, 2019 at 2:15PM • 1 hour 8 minutes

This awkward week we're talking about cummy laptop, dick faucets, hungry shoes, and pussy sweats with special guest Sam DeSurra!

Hosted by Adam Dachis, Darren Herczeg, Erica Elson, and Richard Cardenas.

The Big Web Show #185: Design is a Relationship Business, with Joe Rinaldi

February 24, 2019 at 10:00AM • 1 hour 9 minutes

Founder and business development consultant Joe Rinaldi (That Was Clutch, Philamade, Bureau of Digital) is Jeffrey Zeldman’s guest. Agency and freelance networking, mining contacts for work, honesty in client services, what they don’t teach in design school, the value of having worked in service.

Hosted by Jeffrey Zeldman.

Puromac #526: App Store ilegal para iOS

February 22, 2019 at 4:00PM • 1 hour 2 minutes

Hoy en Puromac Flavio Guinsburg desde Miami hace un resumen de noticias de Apple, Samsung, Google y Amazon y habla de porque aparecen todas juntas y como es que se están entrelazando

Hosted by Federico Hatoum & Flavio Guinsburg.

The Awkward Human Survival Guide #239: Awkward Human's "A Series of Unfortunate Anal Dilemmas"

February 21, 2019 at 3:45PM • 1 hour 11 minutes

This awkward week we're talking about the impregnable anus, the pregnant anus, large erect nipples, an organ ultimatum, and my boyfriend can't dress himself with special guest Darren Herczeg!

Hosted by Adam Dachis, Darren Herczeg, Erica Elson, and Richard Cardenas.

Supercharged #228: Don't Feed the Trolls?

February 21, 2019 at 12:00PM • 1 hour 3 minutes

Tommy and Adam take a look at the diverse world of trolling that has evolved over the last decade.

Hosted by Adam Dachis & Darren Herczeg.

Micromobility #21: Regulating Micromobility - A Panel from the recent Micromobility Summit

February 20, 2019 at 5:00PM • 49 minutes

On today's episode, Oliver runs over recent news in the scooter/micromobility space with Michal Naka (@michalnaka) and we release the government regualtor panel from the recent Micromobility California Summit talking about the experiences from LA, Portland, Oakland and Claremont in regulating scooter operators.

In the news section, we discuss:
- The emergence of Grin in South America, and what this means for scooters in Latam.
- Lime's recent $310m raise and how this reflects the consolidation of the rest of the industry.

Next, we have the panel from the recent Summit where Katie Fehrenbacher (@katiefehren) from Greenbiz hosts a panel with Seleta Reynolds (@seletajewel) from the LADOT, Ryan Russo (@rrinoak) from the Oakland DOT, Briana Orr (@BrianaLOrr) who managed Portland's Shared Electric Scooter Pilot, and Julie Medero, Chair of the Traffic and Transportation Commission from the City of Claremont.

They cover:
- how cities are viewing the rise of micromobility operations as a means of providing access to low-cost mobility and benefitting their citizens
- what cities have learnt from the rise of Uber/Lyft and how that is influencing their regulatory stances with new operators and business models
- how they're using their ability to regulate to influence data standards and how this will affect operators/entrepreneurs in this space
- the variables that they, as regulators, need to consider as part of rollouts
- how cities are thinking about infrastructure and deployment, and the challenges that they face in rolling out safe infrastructure for micromobility

Hosted by Oliver Bruce & Horace Dediu.