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Brittany put her tickets aside to invite her web team at the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, Patrick FitzGerald (Director of eCommerce) and Danielle Greaves (Frontend Developer) on to the show.
This week Cody and Joe discuss stereo HomePods, Fire TV 4K, iOS 12 niceties, Facebook's hack, Apple's potential October event, and much more!
This week: some TV and movie stuff, Dark Mode and accessibility, OS stability and beta temptation, Merlin has an anecdote, the powers and frustrations of Siri via Apple Watch, updates to the Fitbit family, tech that does enough, Dan tried Bear, updates on the Chrome login thing, and an intriguing …
Micromobility explores the disruption to urban transport that comes from new electric, lightweight utility vehicles. Using the history of computing as a framework, we unpack how e-bikes, scooters and more will change how people get around cities.
Long-time (since 1994) web design practitioner Jason Pamental, author of Responsive Typography from O’Reilly, is Jeffrey Zeldman’s guest.
Jeff and Christian welcome Chris Bergman from Choremonster back to the show this week to discuss Fortnite going cross platform on PS4, no PSX this year, Oculus Connect 5, and more! The Playlist: Pathfinder: Kingmaker, Ring of Elysium, PocketRun, Spider-Man, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Battle for Azeroth VR Talk: …
Horace shares his thoughts on the recent iPhone and Apple Watch event, his insights into the shift announced by Apple VP Lisa Jackson and what we might extrapolate about future products from the Watch’s user interface(s). Horace is joined by Judd Rubin, who fills in for Anders.
This week Joe and Cody discuss Apple TV 4K, iPhone XS Max, Apple Watch Series 4, macOS Mojave, and more!
John and Dan revisit the concept of tattoos as a representation of the Persona.
Tommy and Adam discuss the decline of traditional computers in favor of mobile devices—but what does the future hold?
Brittany invites Nick Schwaderer, Ruby on Rails engineer at OceansHQ, on to the podcast to discuss meaningfully leveling up your open-source participation. They dive into Nick's first contribution to Rails core.
This week, Merlin's got a LOT going on. Full Catastrophe Living! Discussed: booger colors, some tv and movies, a dream deferred, various X-Persons, loving GoodTask 3, plus Dan and Merlin just cannot remember many, many things. Next, your hosts dive into their first day with Mojave and reminisce about the …
In today’s show we cover the rise of scooter sharing and how different localised constraints result in different micromobility solutions blooming. Specifically: \- The scooter sharing model that Bird pioneered, why it emerged in Santa Monica and why it might not apply to other contexts. \- The history from the …
In today’s show we cover the rise of scooter sharing and how different localised constraints result in different micromobility solutions blooming. Specifically: \- The scooter sharing model that Bird pioneered, why it emerged in Santa Monica and why it might not apply to other contexts. \- The history from the …
Jeff and Christian welcome Alanah Pearce from Funhaus to the show this week to discuss Telltale Games shutting down, the Playstation Classic, a new Death Stranding trailer, and more! The Playlist: Spider-Man, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Destiny 2 Forsaken, Overcooked, WoW VR Talk: Chronos, Beat Saber, Windlands 2 Parting …
This week Cody and Joe discuss iOS12, iPhone XS pre-orders, iPhone XS reviews, Apple Watch reviews, AirPower, and much more!
Road Work 124: Benjafet Sept. 20, 2018
Dan and John compare blues to linoleum flooring. Wood paneling is discussed. John would choose a robot dragon over a robot owl.
Katel LeDu, Co-founder of the No, You Go podcast and CEO of A Book Apart, is Jeffrey Zeldman’s guest.
A classic odds-and-sods episode, featuring important discussions about sleep tracking, the Apple Watch, Succession, sound bars, Chris Nolan's Batman, and Nintendo Online.
In this episode, we look at Marchetti's constant and why commute times tend to aggregate at under 1 hour per day. In this episode we also cover: \- how the 1 hour daily commute has been a constant across time, and how that affects how our cities form. \- What …