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  • This week Joe and Cody continue their discussion of Apple's September 12th event.
  • John talks with Dan about his continued life sans-iPhone, managing points, and software development.
  • Brian joins Kyle again this week to talk CSS, pre-compilers, and the greatest in front-end design. We talk Boostrap, SCSS, asset pipeline, and how far we've come on the front-end in the last few years.
  • After some Followup and Front Matter, your hosts dive into iOS 11. (Spoilers: it's really good.)
  • This week, does having tools at the ready make you more likely to actually create? Or is preparing to create a necessary part of your process? Sometimes creativity shows up messy, if it comes at all. Also, is the perception/representation around women in photography changing, both in front of and behind the camera? Depends on where you look. According to Getty, yes. But, based on something that recently happened with Nikon, maybe not so much. Ronan McKenzie is our Photographer of the Week.
  • Jeff and Christian welcome Brandon Hicks from Finish Line Games to the show this week to discuss his game, Maize, as well as all the Nintendo Direct Announcements, Mario's nipples, the legalities of DMCA and Campo Santo, and more! The Playlist: Destiny 2, Metroid: Samus Returns, Divinity:Original Sin 2 Tabletop Time: Anomia, Late 1970's edition of Family Feud, The 7th Continent Parting Gifts!
  • Tommy and Adam discuss the impending identity crisis as technology approaches the ability to simulate everything about us with surprising simplicity and accuracy—inspired by the beta version of Lyrebird.
  • This week Cody and Joe discuss Apple's September 12th event held at the Steve Jobs theater.
  • Seth and Dan talk about watch collecting, entry-point watches, and categorize the different types of collectors.
  • John and Dan discuss sentimentality and how it affects the ownership of things, awful coffee table books, motorcycle adventure squads, Arctic Circle hot springs, Neanderthals, and bucket lists.
  • This week, Dan and Merlin convene to talk about today's big Apple event.
  • This week, we're attempting to answer some of your questions that range from our desert island photo choices to whether or not ego affects how we take pictures. There are also questions on how to recognize when a project is done and whether or not it's possible to change your photographic style. As usual, we got some questions that really stumped us, and some that we're going to have to come back around to after thinking about them a bit. Pete Turner is our Photographer of the week.
  • With Christian traveling, Jeff welcomes Andrea Rene from What's Good Games, and Anthony Taormina from Gamerant.com to dig deep into Destiny 2. But first, they talk Youtube takedown requests, LA Noire's re-release, and Magic The Gathering's new digital version. The Playlist: Destiny 2, Knack 2 Quick Questions Parting Gifts
  • Britt is back this week with Kyle to give an update on her conference talk experience. We talk using ActionCable in the wild, Encrypted Secrets, and how to get Alexa to whisper to you.
  • John and Dan discuss hot tubs, home ownership, buckets of rocks, trailer hitches, the Freak Brothers, playing soccer with front end loaders, garbage pits, #Superboat, gold mining and dredging, why John left Twitter (and came back, sort of), and toddler empowerment. John also does all the ad reads in this episode.
  • It's a tangent show this week! We discuss the Petscop phenomenon Since the schedule of guests has gotten a little messy, next time we'll be talking about how technology is about to make your identity obsolete. Hooray!
  • Seth and Dan talk about Dan's latest watch purchase and Seth's latest find (a Seiko 6216), and then travel back in time to review the history of chronometers.
  • This week, Dan has useful updates on Windows backup options and answers questions about building a Hackintosh. Both of your hosts extoll the virtues of their new Apple TV remote case dinguses. The big topic this week is Nintendo Switch, and Dan has a lot of great stuff to share about his family's first weekend with their new console. (Spoiler: everybody likes it!) Your hosts respond to listener questions about iOS wishlist items and how to freshen up a moribund OmniFocus setup.
  • This week, can creatives have concrete long term goals or is the nature of making such that clarity beyond a certain point is elusive by design? Then again, if you can't define a specific goal or end point, how do you know whether you are getting closer or moving further away from where you want (or need) to be? Ruth Orkin is our Photographer of the Week.
  • Jeff and Christian welcome Aaron Morales from Entertainment Weekly back to the show this week to discuss Nintendo's Nindies, Microsoft's mixed VR headsets, Bungie's charity initiative for Harvey victims, and more! The Playlist: Metroid: Samus Returns, Redout, The Amazing Eternals, Griftlands, Way of the Passive Fist, Hot Lava, Tiny Bubbles, Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle, Sonic Mania Quick Questions! Parting Gifts!
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