Brett is a guy who clearly loves programming and coding. I enjoyed picking his brain about his various projects (he's got a ton!) including Marked.app, NVAlt, his iOS Text Editor Comparison chart, and we finished by discussing his thoughts on where Apple and programming for Mac and iOS is headed.
Don runs screencastsonline.com - a video tutorial service dedicated to explaining software for the Mac. He’s also a frequent guest on other podcasts such as Macbreak Weekly with Leo Laporte.
My guest for episode 19 is Shawn Blanc of shawnblanc.net. A Mac and technology blogger who is also a big fan of making coffee and taking the time to do things right.
Jim has been reporting on the Mac since 1994 and has a wealth of knowledge and opinions about the Mac and related technologies. We talk about his first Mac, the reason he got into writing about the Mac and how he decides on what to post on The Loop.
My guest for episode 17 is Alison Prince of Howdoesshe.com - a crafty-mommy blog with nearly 30,000 readers. We talk about how she does howdoesshe.com
In episode 16 I'm joined by Matt Rix - game developer and creator of Trainyard, an iOS game released in 2010.
Dale is a guy who is passionate about using technology to help people in need. He's using his software developer training to develop and build up resources and tools for developing nations and people in times of crisis.
In episode 14 I'm joined by Tara Hunt - CEO and co-founder of Shwowp.com as well as an author and co-creator of the Co-working movement.
My guest for episode 13 is Tyson McShane - band leader for Slow Down, Molasses, a Saskatoon based band set to release their second album and go on tour.
My guest for episode 12 is Stanely Chow - a caricaturist from Manchester, England who's work has been featured around the world.
In the eleventh episode of Welcome to the Internet, I chat with Katherine Regnier about life at a creative agency and starting your own web based business.
For episode 10 I get a chance to chat with Christopher Schmitt, web designer, author and conference organizer.
Krystian Olszanski chats about loving programming, photography and always challenging yourself in our 9th episode of Welcome to the Internet.
In our eighth episode we chat with Anthony Stauffer - a blues guitar teacher at the internet.
In our seventh episode we chat with Sheena Summach, co-owner of Plainclothes Press, about digital media in a real world, life as a parent and business owner and social media's influence on a small business.
In our sixth episode, I chat with author and documentary film producer Katrina Ham about literacy, writing a children's book, documentary film making and social media's impact on meeting your peers.
In episode five I talk with Michelle Spezowka about marketing yourself, your brand and your business online. She also turns the mic back on me and asks about where my podcast interests come from and where SSKTN.com is headed.
In episode four we're chatting with Ryan Smith who manages a web hosting company as well is a iOS developer with one app currently in the App store.
For this interview we went all the way to another province to chat with Matt Wiebe. Matt lives in the frigid wasteland that is Winnipeg, Manitoba. Matt's a Real-Smart-Guy when it comes to WordPress and also has a great eye for design - and a strong op...