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  • Horace wonders whether or not Ghandi and Mao would use the same iPhone, shares what he'd like to hear in the upcoming AAPL earnings call and, finally, reveals which Ikea serves the best meatballs in the entire world.
  • Tommy and Adam discuss whether being brilliant or visionary gives you any right to be an asshole to the people who work for you. Does it bring out better work or are you just a bad person with intelligence and/or creativity?
  • On today's show, Horace and Oliver talk through the challenges that vandalism pose to the shared micromobility model. Specifically we cover: - the core drivers of vandalism of such fleets, and how this compares to historical parallels. - the implications for capex vs. opex - the calculations that operators are making to ensure that the services still function well. Apologies about the echo in the podcast. We ran into audio issues.
  • This week! SEQUELS! REBOOTS! MORE MULTI-VERSES! We talk about the "Spider-man: Far From Home" trailer, chat big about the FYRE FESTIVAL DOC WAR, and more! Also - "Detective, Pikachu" rumors... because why not? Our second half of the greatest interview ever recorded with Owen Egerton! Co-host: Mason Scheer
  • DISCUSSED: moisture; kids and watches; some recent media consumption; encouraging kids to have good taste; memories of watching VHS movies in school; follow-up on Dan's new keyboard experiment; Drobo concerns; thinking about modern backup and, gosh, how that's evolved; frustrating typos; Dan and Merlin have iOS concerns; Dan has further thoughts on Bandersnatch.
  • Jeff and Christian welcome FerociouslySteph to the show this week to discuss CES VR announcements from HTC, Bungie taking their Destiny and going home, The Division 2 leaving Steam, crazy lawsuits at Gearbox, and more! The Playlist: Magic the Gathering, Battlerite Royale, CrossCode, See/Saw, Resident Evil 2 Remake 1-Shot demo, Assassin's Creed Odyssey VR Talk: Tilt-Brush , VR-Chat, Budget Cuts, Talos Principle Parting Gifts!
  • John and Dan change their recording process and talk about the Eddie Munster hairline, blunt blades, abominations, flight suits, and Neo-Maxi Zoomdweebies.
  • Emily is the CEO of Shine Registry, a startup built on Rails that's working on reshaping tradition to increase gender equity in entrepreneurship. Brittany has been consulting on the project so she invited Emily on to discuss prototyping an application quickly in RoR, being a non-technical founder and how our listeners can get involved with Shine Registry.
  • Tommy and Adam discuss the sea of apps we now have to chose from, whether or not it's a good thing, and how to handle the overload.
  • This week the bad boys of butt jokes are back! The normal show you've grown to love but not review on iTunes! We're talking about Margo Robbie being Barbie in the new slate of films based on the doll, the upcoming "Lorena" doc-series from Jordan Peele's production company, and the amazing title of Bad Boys For Lif3! Plus: BIRDBOX! BANDERSNATCH! AND MORE! Guest: Writer, filmmaker, comedian, genius, and gentle lover - OWEN EGERTON. Listen to this amazing, beautiful, human being spread his wisdom all over Keith's life. Co-host: Mason "Bad Boys For Lif3" Scheer
  • DISCUSSED: Optimistic Tuesdays; office cleanup; a grave bleach mishap; follow-up on Wirecutter; a listener suggestion on, of all things, acupressure; Dan loves his cool new keyboard, but has a big caveat; Merlin is working with magnets; on "Hardware Disease"; request for Riordan-style book recommendations; exciting follow-up on the Burger Decay Project; plus, some closing thoughts on Apple's recent results dustup and what it might suggest about near-future tech trends.
  • Tim's Letter, some #CriticalQuestions and the problem with trying to account for the unaccountable.
  • Jeff and Christian welcome Nick Suttner from The Spelunky Showlike to the show this week to discuss GDC and IGF Awards nominations, a new Marvel game from Hearthstone's creators, Amazon's top selling games of 2018 and more! The Playlist: Mr. Success, see/saw, Wandersong, Spelunky, Bayonetta 2, Red Dead Redemption 2, Guacamelee 2, Assassin's Creed Odyssey Tabletop Time: Tokyo Metro, Carson City: The Card Game, Let's Make a Bus Route, Celestia, Keyforge, TIME Stories: Estrella Drive Parting Gifts!
  • On December 28th, the CFP opened for Railsconf 2019. This year's conference will be from April 30 to May 2 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Marty Haught, one of the Directors of Ruby Central, came on to answer your burning Railsconf questions.
  • DISCUSSED: "Rabbit Rabbit!"; partial shutdown and the toilet problems it creates; updates on options for Bluetooth keyboards; some extremely random and anecdotal reckoning about the recent Big Apple News; your hosts' beef with Wirecutter; some odds and sods recommendations and cool life hacks.
  • Horace shares his thoughts about how Apple may contribute to the transportation and health care sectors in the years to come, and catches up on some 1990s television in 2019's first episode of The Critical Path.
  • This week is a short one folks! Mason is out of town and all guests bailed so Keith (who is sick) complains a lot and talks about Bandersnatch, Aquaman revenues, why he hates Johnny Depp, a possible Back To The Future Sequel and more! Co-host: NO ONE. Guests: NO ONE. Sick people: KEITH.
  • Coder, writer, composer, and founding developer of WordPress Matt Mullenweg is Jeffrey Zeldman's guest. Open Source will save us. The WordPress 5.0 rollout. When Matthew met Jeffrey. Browsers in the age of Blink. AMP & HTML. Gutenberg: blocks and key commands. IE5. Box models. Google: still doing no evil?
  • Jeff and Christian celebrate the show's 5th anniversary and kick off the beginning of the sixth year of DLC by looking back and looking forward. As is the DLC tradition, Jeff and Christian hold their own feet to the fire by revisiting their 2018 predictions to see what was right and was was wrong in The Reckoning. Then it is time to get excited about all the great games coming in 2019! The guys pick their favorites, including Anthem, Kingdom Hearts 3, Cyberpunk 2077, The Last of Us 2, and more. They finish by making more Bold and Cool Ranch predictions for the new year. What does 2019 have in store for gamers?
  • John and Dan discuss relationships.
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