April 6, 2010 at 12:30PM
It's the April Fools edition of The Ruby Show. We do, however, take pity on our audience and do not actually report on any April Fools jokes.
Hosted by Jason Seifer & Dan Benjamin.
April 6, 2010 at 9:00AM
Dan Benjamin interviews Gina Trapani. Gina is an "author":http://completewaveguide.com/, "blogger":http://smarterware.org, programmer. We discuss the story and inspiration that lead to the creation "Lifehacker":http://lifehacker.com (and the "persona" behind it), making the transition from code to writing, the daily grind, deadlines, and posting quotas, Smarterware, Think Tank, her self-publishing experiment, consistency and building traffic, and the importance of having a launchpad.
Hosted by Dan Benjamin with special guest Gina Trapani.
April 3, 2010 at 11:18AM
Katie and David talk through home networking including wired and wireless solutions along with common pitfalls and speed bumps Links of Interest Networking cable ad nauseam Wikipedia on Wireless Security Breaking WEP in Under a Minute MacBreak Tech ABGN Apple Networking Gear Time Capsule Airport Extreme Airport Express iStumbler Follow Up Links Presentation Remote AmberV [...]
Hosted by David Sparks & Katie Floyd.
April 2, 2010 at 2:02PM
Have you ever had to deal with external sources of content, like an RSS feed, Twitter, Facebook or even an XML document that Bob from IT manually updates each morning? In this episode Dan and Ryan talk about different ways of getting external content into your EE site.
Hosted by Lea Alcantara & Ryan Irelan.
April 1, 2010 at 5:00PM
Dan Benjamin talks about the impending iPad release, iPad development, Flash and web development, and more with guests "Dan Moren":http://macworld.com, "Craig Hockenberry":http://iconfactory.com, "Daniel Jalkut":http://www.red-sweater.com/, "Christina Warren":http://mashable.com, and call-in listeners about the iPad.
Hosted by Dan Benjamin with special guests Christina Warren & Dan Moren.
March 31, 2010 at 2:00PM • Video
Most people will focus on the technologies and innovations showcased at South by Southwest Interactive. I decided to focus on how creative people can better convey their interactive ideas in an environment where the time and attention to process those ideas is ridiculously scarce.
Hosted by Jeremy Fuksa.
March 30, 2010 at 8:41AM
This week's guest is "Melissa Pierce":http://melissapierce.com, an artist and entrepreneur. Her new documentary film, "Life in Perpetual Beta":http://lifeinperpetualbeta.com, which explores the cultural shift created by technology, is nearing completion.
We talk about the inspiration that generated the ideas for the film, how she launched the project, her interview techniques, and the diverse group of people she's encountered along the way.
You can donate and support Life in Perpetual Beta via the project's "Kickstarter page":http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/melissapierce/life-in-perpetual-beta.
Hosted by Dan Benjamin.