We are joined by internet superstar and all around swell guy, Shawn Blanc. This ends up being more like one of our rambling episodes than any specific topic. Heck, we were just so happy to have him on.
How does one find the balance that is "enough"? Enough — The Minimal Mac Podcast help to explore this idea and helps you find that answer that is right for you. Your hosts are Patrick Rhone and Myke Hurley.
Another case of the conversation that happens between the conversations. We talk about Tweetbot, the almost universally lauded new Twitter client from Tapbots. I say “almost” because both my friend Ben Brooks and Marco Arment both publicly sighed a collective “Meh!”. Which seemed to start off a war of positions between they and the Tapbot crew and fans.
In addition, we discuss some of the other upcoming podcasts we will be guesting on. Also, why one should always ask why.
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This is another episode where we simply record the chatter that we have between recording, well, “real” episodes.
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Dreamhost — This is who I use for all of my hosting and domain registration (and most of my clients as well).
In this episode, we are once again joined by my friend Julio Ojeda-Zapata, reporter, tech pundit and author of iPad Means Business. Julio talks about his journey from self-confessed slob to a simpler lifestyle. It’s a great discussion and an example of how one can get there by slow iteration and reducing friction wherever possible.
Included, I give away a couple of tricks I use to make sure I only keep clothing that I will wear and/or “self shop” instead of buying things.
We invite my friend Julio Ojeda-Zapata, reporter, tech pundit and author of iPad Means Business, on the show. Herein we discuss how the iPad is changing not only business but computing for regular folks as well.
Also, I apologize in advance for my barking dog.
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