115: Exasperated, Knowing Sigh09/29/14
Imposter Syndrome: what is it, and why does it come up in tech conversations so often? Christie Kevin talk about feeling like you're about to be found out.
114: The Case of the Case Reviewer
Nick Guy has reviewed literally 1,000 iPhone iPad cases and accessories for iLounge. How does a human being do that? How do you write reviews in general for such a huge audience?
113: The Weirdly Wonderful WikiWorld
Christie is back from WikiMania, so her and Kevin talk WikiMedia, Wikipedia, MediaWikis ... there's a lot happening in the wikiverse we can learn from.
112: I Really Like This IRC Thing Now
Let's pretend (ha!) that some of us don't actually know IRC that well. How do you do the IRCs? What's the privacy like? How do you "get into it"?
111: Anarchist Vegan Knitting Cooperative
"The open source software movement was supposed to be like Woodstock," says the NY Times. Actually, no. Kevin Christie dig into the way we perceive firms that are "open."
In Beta 110: Upgrades and Other Unnatural Disasters
Why do we all do day-of upgrades, when we know what can go wrong? What's the worst upgrade you've been through? Kevin Christie kick off the chorus of woe.
In Beta 109: Christie's Travel Packing Consultancy
Kevin and Christie share their travel tips and tricks as they both prepare for upcoming trips.
In Beta 108: The Great Facebookout
Facebook, man: it's getting a bit weird. Christie Kevin are (probably) killing their accounts, but that's not easy. This one's all about the big blue-ish social network.
In Beta 107: Welcomed, Even If It's By a Robot
Shauna Britta from OpenHatch talk about getting first-timers into the right open source projects, whether or not they're rock-star-ninja coders.
In Beta 106: The Netflix of Baby Bibs
Christopher Wink of Technical.ly talks about covering and pulling together startup communities in cities that aren't San Franscisco or New York..
In Beta 105: Seven Years Went Into a Cup
Christie Kevin move through VESSYL cups, Tesla patents, the sharing economy, the failed promise of Facebook, and ultimately uplifting hackathons. Another week of the internet, y'all.
In Beta 104: Snowden Day
Grab-bag: The how and why of giving talks, with or without slides; DuckDuckGo as an iOS 8 option; Snowden, Greenwald, and telling the privacy story; Reset the Net and caring about things.
In Beta 103: One Pill Two Pill Red Pill Blue Pill
A talk about the internet with a human face gets Christie Kevin thinking about cars, personal data, living online, and living offline-but-online. It's a whole thing.
In Beta 102: A Three-Act DRM Drama
Christie Kevin walk through the recent W3C/EME/CDM (whew!) argument, how Mozilla's notable move changed it, and what really bothers us about DRM. Also: monkeys.
In Beta 101: You Are Likely to be Eaten by a DIV
Guest Eitan Isaacson (@eeejay) walks Kevin Christie through what's new in accessibility, what's still really challenging, and how to think about better design through description.
In Beta 100: Plot Your Life on a Burndown Chart
On a Very Special In Beta: Gina Trapani returns to talk about ThinkUp, GitHub monoculture, exactly how coding sucks and how it turns her mildly nihilist, and more.
In Beta 99: The Problem with Prioritized Podcast Playlists
Co-founder of PocketCasts maker Shifty Jelly, Russell Ivanovic, joins Kevin Christie to talk about designing, server-backing, and improving a popular podcast client
In Beta 98: Of Course I'm Going to Hire my Friends
Founding a startup is a heck of a thing. Christie and Kevin talk about founder dilemmas, hiring practices, GitHub kerfuffles, and having to fire your friends.
In Beta 97: Pushbullet and the Castles of Work
Christie Koehler and Kevin Purdy interview Pushbullet founder Ryan Oldenburg about starting up, YCombinator, emailing yourself, and balancing your projects and work.
In Beta 96: A Series of Mathy Things
Christie Kevin run down the Heartbleed security bug: what it really is, who it affects, and how browsers and servers fix it. Also: math is amazing.
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