October 23, 2011 at 11:00PM
This week, Angelo Coppola covers: Steve Jobs regretted not having surgery sooner; South Beach Diet; Spike in Antidepressants; how to protect your heart; beliefs about obesity; saturated fat making a comeback; failings of Paleo; Moment of Paleo; and After the Bell with Joel Salatin
Hosted by Angelo Coppola.
October 23, 2011 at 2:15PM
We discuss "A Dance With Dragons," the latest 1000-page installment in George R.R. Martin's bestselling "Song of Ice and Fire" fantasy series. Is this series going to end well? Which parts of this book were good, and which just treaded water? Would adding Klingons have helped? Why are trees the Westeros equivalent of security cameras? These are the sorts of questions you ask deep in the middle of a long fantasy series.
Hosted by Jason Snell with special guests Dan Moren, Scott McNulty, and Serenity Caldwell.
October 22, 2011 at 10:00AM
Drew Strojny joins Adam Stacoviak to talk about his path in life, playing in the NFL, marrying your business partner, web design and pursuing the unknown, developing digital products and themes for WordPress and the 5by5 logo.
Hosted by Adam Stacoviak with special guest Drew Strojny.
October 21, 2011 at 4:00PM
Dan Benjamin and John Siracusa after Hypercritical episode 39.
Hosted by Dan Benjamin with special guest Faith Korpi.
October 21, 2011 at 1:00PM • 1 hour 32 minutes
John Siracusa and Dan Benjamin talk more about Siri in theory and in practice, and how iCloud is different than MobileMe, with its own set of problems. Plus more complaints about the Star Wars blu-rays, a clarification of the TiVo Premiere Elite's specs, and the long-overdue completion of our tour of the Windows 8 UI.
Hosted by John Siracusa & Dan Benjamin.
October 21, 2011 at 12:36PM
Shawn and Ben talk about Siri, iPhone 4S battery life, Fanny Packs, Sushi and a whole slew of other tech gadgets that seem to be popping up like weeds these days.
Hosted by Ben Brooks & Shawn Blanc.
October 21, 2011 at 10:30AM
In this episode of Let's Make Mistakes, the discussions centers on jobs, cartoons, and personal style. Mike Monteiro doesn't like when people ask for free designer work; Katie Gillum is still fine talking to him when he's angry, so they discuss if and when people might do spec work for the President's new jobs program. A surprise "guest" stops to chat for a little while, and they put out an earnest request for visual representations of an NBA throwback Turducken.
Hosted by Katie Gillum & Mike Monteiro.
October 21, 2011 at 10:00AM
This week Faith and Dan discuss what it means to be a Geek, being polite to Siri, non-ugly iPhone cases, single serving friends, Johnny Depp, how surprisingly awesome Aquaman is, wrongful imprisonment, and honey badgers.
Hosted by Faith Korpi & Jason Seifer.
October 20, 2011 at 2:00PM
Jeffrey Zeldman and Dan Benjamin talk about lost offices, working from home, A Space Apart, A Book Apart's new books: Designing for Emotion and Mobile First, future friendly, police sirens, Steve Buscemi, and more.
Hosted by Jeffrey Zeldman.
October 20, 2011 at 11:00AM • Video
Ford Motor Company was built by a tinkerer and inventor. In an age when branded social media still errs on the cautious side, Scott Monty takes the attitude of his corporate ancestor to guide communications that surprise and delight.
Hosted by Jeremy Fuksa with special guest Scott Monty.