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013 - Mad Science and Bizarre Coding, with Brett Terpstra

This week Myke is joined by Brett Terpstra. They discuss Brett's awesome skills in video games, his recent book project and Podcast, how he captures ideas and a whole host of listener questions.

Show Notes:

- Heart - Magic Man

- Super Monsters Ate My Condo

- Touch Arcade

- The Bro Show: Episode 94 - Phablet

- 60Tips


- Screenflow

- Systematic

- Systematic: #7: Riding The Wave

- Mikes On Mics

- Enough Ep 169 - There's Always A Sandwich

- CMD+SPACE 007 - Cultivating Ideas, with David Sparks

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- NValt

- Notely

- Camera+

- Tree Review

- Brett on

- Foldingtext

- Slogger

- Wiki: Python



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Reader Comments (2)

Did you edit this podcast post-post? I can't seem to find the quote I was attempting to reference upon a re-download of the episode. A significant statement is missing, or at least I can't find it via 30-second scrubbing. I suppose I will have to paraphrase, as the original content seems to have been adjusted (ironically, there is no Google cache of audio).

However hyperbolic the presentation, Brett Terpstra is a brilliant provider of tools, but is in *no way* the 'backbone of the internet' (paraphrased per above). You sour your reputation with such nonsense (the phrase 'backbone' might be erroneous, but a synonym was applied to your guest) . Again, however tongue-in-cheek, your blind adoration for Apple-related pseudo-developers renders your insight slightly unreliable-for-future-consideration and void of interest.

But then you do a 'Bionic' episode and reel me back. You frustrate me.

This is the actual 'backbone of the internet', for your interest.

October 18, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterdotism

I did not edit the episode. Never do

October 18, 2012 | Registered Commenter70Decibels

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