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A weekly news and discussion show about the world of iPhone, iPad, iOS, and mobile web development.
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A weekly news and discussion show about the world of iPhone, iPad, iOS, and mobile web development.

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@5by5

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English

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5by5 Broadcasting 5114 Balcones Woods Drive Suite 307-292 Austin, TX 78759-5273


Episodes

102: My Quotes Are Curly And My Dashes Are Solid

11/5/2012
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Dan and Marco discuss settings in the Settings app, full-screen modes, text adjustment options in Instapaper and The Magazine, choosing fonts for apps, building a custom CMS versus customizing an existing one, white-labeling The Magazine, and over-roasted coffee.

Duration:01:17:46

96: Sandwich With A Slot

9/24/2012
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Dan and Marco discuss initial impressions of the iPhone 5, rapid iOS 6 adoption and when it may be safe to require it, Feedburner's demise, B.S. in Computer Science degrees versus related degrees with lower math and theory requirements, and the economics of limited-edition apps.

Duration:01:12:47

90: This Person Isn't Really Here

8/13/2012
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Dan and Marco discuss Sublime Text 2, TextMate 2's open-sourcing, App.net's funding and why Kickstarter-like campaigns can get a huge boost of funding at the end, the difficulty of having good presences on multiple social services and the effects of cross-posting, and allocating time for unpopular apps.

Duration:01:19:03

89: Giant Mushy Boat

8/6/2012
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Dan and Marco follow up on ergonomic keyboards and text editors, then discuss the appeal of the command line, AeroPress grind size, the Metro Style renaming, Hulu Plus, why Instapaper needs rate limiting and the challenge of finding an appropriate limit, and which apps give the best bang for the buck.

Duration:01:24:33

88: Things Are Pretty Here

7/30/2012
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Dan and Marco revisit text editors and discuss clicky tenkeyless keyboards and ergonomics, the Mac App Store's sandboxing issues, designing apps with stock UIKit widgets, foreign App Store reviews, and some of Instapaper's feature decisions including non-native Twitter integration, bookmarklet mechanics, and the lack of highlights or annotations.

Duration:01:25:34

86: Folding A Piece Of Cake

7/16/2012
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Dan and Marco discuss chicken salad, Chicago pizza, the in-app purchase hack, depressingly realistic first-person shooters, gender and demographic myopia among developers, how well the 7.85" iPad might sell and what that might mean, Penny Arcade's Kickstarter, Ben Brooks' paywall, and how to get started with programming or making apps.

Duration:01:38:13

Build and Analyze 86: Folding A Piece Of Cake

7/16/2012
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Dan and Marco discuss chicken salad, Chicago pizza, the in-app purchase hack, depressingly realistic first-person shooters, gender and demographic myopia among developers, how well the 7.85" iPad might sell and what that might mean, Penny Arcade's Kickstarter, Ben Brooks' paywall, and how to get started with programming or making apps.

Build and Analyze 85: Rules of the Road

7/9/2012
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Dan and Marco discuss corrupt App Store binaries, responding to customer reviews, advertisers paying more than customers, VC-funded startups' road to acquisition, the business culture of condescension and euphemisms, the security of hosting sensitive files on Dropbox or GitHub, and Amazon Cloud Search.

Build and Analyze 84: California Knife in Your Back

7/2/2012
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Dan and Marco discuss keyboard-screen imprinting, Google's odd TV ball, Sirius and Pulsar, the difference between copyright and patent infringement, Instapaper's price-change results, the iPad 1 installed base, the Nexus 7, Apple's Podcasts app, why Apple probably won't offer paid podcasts, Facebook's native iOS app and why web companies need to treat mobile apps as a first-class platform, Twitter's ominous threat to client developers, and Tumblr's pinned posts.

Build and Analyze 83: Microsoft Countertop

6/25/2012
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Dan and Marco discuss cable TV, HBO, and piracy, challenges that Windows 8 and Microsoft Surface will face with developer and enterprise adoption, why other Retina Mac models may take longer than we expect, the case for Instapaper offering a "mobilizer", and Marco's diversification and innovation strategy.

Build and Analyze 82: This Microphone's Getting Heavy

6/20/2012
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Dan and Marco discuss the results of the Starbucks promotion, why it's different from making a free version of the app, Instapaper's price experiment, originality in customer-submitted ideas, the costs of filing and enforcing patents, and Marco's new-old Mac Pro.

Build and Analyze 81: The Beast Under My Desk

6/12/2012
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Marco checks in from his hotel room at WWDC to talk with Dan about Apple's new hardware and software announcements.

Build and Analyze 80: Please, Go to Starbucks

6/4/2012
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In this truly big week, Dan and Marco discuss Instapaper's ad on Howard Stern, the Android app launch, the Starbucks App Of The Week, background location updates with geofencing, and conservative predictions about the TBA sessions at WWDC.

Build and Analyze 79: Get Away From The Edge

5/29/2012
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Dan and Marco discuss Twitter's neglected desktop and iPad apps, Flattr followup and Instacast's rejection for integrating it in-app, Zynga, personal standards and dignity, originality, getting stuck on hard problems, types of web hosting, tips for self-managed servers, and basics of web scaling.

Build and Analyze 78: The Opposite of Instapaper

5/21/2012
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Dan and Marco discuss Flattr, API versioning, web frameworks, and Marco's formerly secret App Store experiment: a brand new app that's nothing like Instapaper.

Build and Analyze 77: I Had A Baby, You Launched An App

5/14/2012
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Dan and Marco discuss the new 5by5 Radio app, why Apple may not want to add paid upgrades to the App Store, the infinite market for podcast clients and to-do apps, Instacast's in-app-purchase backlash, how and why to remove features from an app, the new 15" MacBook Pro rumors, Thunderbolt's likely overshadowing by USB 3, and near-future concerns for a Retina laptop.

Build and Analyze 76: Trust Me, I Know C

5/7/2012
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Instacast 2.0's interesting pricing, RubyMotion, seemingly impossible requirements in job postings, undercutting competitors on price, and why 5by5 probably shouldn't do a parenting show.

Build and Analyze 75: My Twitterrific Moment

4/30/2012
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Marco's new baby, working from home with kids, tightening car seats, speaking at conferences, baby monitors, the costs of hiring someone, the Instapaper website job description, Read It Later and Pocket, paying attention to competitors, the future direction of Instapaper, and what Apple should do about WWDC tickets.

Build and Analyze 74: Ship or Get Off The Pot

4/27/2012
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With Marco on paternity leave this week, Dan is joined by Daniel Jalkut of Red Sweater Software. They discuss the origins of Daniel's flagship product, MarsEdit, the long hours often required of independent developers, and more.

Build and Analyze 73: One Cell Taller

4/16/2012
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Readability's failed payment system, why Instagram was worth so much to Facebook, advertisers outbidding customers, the rumored taller-screen iPhone and its effects on apps, WWDC, and Dan's bold feature decisions in the upcoming 5by5 Radio app.