Posts tagged “podcast”.
Leave it to David to get the episode numbering system all out of whack.
But being English, he might not know what “whack” even means, right?
Anyway, check out episode 18 of The hello Show, where we talk about the Mac App Store, DSLRs, Instapaper, my plans for the Verizon iPhone, and whether it’s Happy Christmas or Merry Christmas.
Be sure to check us out on iTunes, too, where you can subscribe and (hopefully) rate or comment on the show. We like both.
No guess, no big Apple news (yet). Just yackin’ about stuff we have no inside knowledge of, but plenty of opinions about.
Listen. Subscribe. Rate us on iTunes. All that good stuff.
Speaking of podcasts: My pal Andrew interviewed me over at his My Internet Dinner with Andrew series. We talked for two hours about traveling, Macs, work, wrestling, and tons more – and Andrew only put half of it in his recording. We’re still friends, though.
It struck me, looking at David’s photo, how much he looks like my guitar hero, David Gilmour of Pink Floyd.
Let’s see what you think:
What do you say? David think he’s more of a Leonardo di Caprio than (the also-British, and insanely-talented) Mr. Gilmour.
David also kicked off a The hello Show secret meeting place, if you have any thoughts or photos to share.
Thanks, as always, for listening.
Since I first discovered the Newton, and in all the research afterward, Grant’s name kept popping up in all these different and helpful places. His FAQ, his Flickr library and group, his Newted Community – it was all kind of a “welcome to the party” for an up-and-coming Newton fan.
I’ve been lucky enough to talk with Grant about the Newted crash and resurrection, and David was wise enough to invite him on the show for a talk full of retro Mac and Newton goodness (among other things).
What’s neat is that Grant has been an Apple guy from the early days, when he got an Apple II in 1978, and saw his first OMP in Boston at a trade show. The clean, efficient Newton interface was appealing, and now here he is herding the cats of the Newton community, sharing his collection, and embarking on typography projects in his “free” time.
We should feel honored because Dan Benjamin and John Gruber of the thoughtful (and sporadic) podcast The Talk Show were going to invite him on. Grant, during some technical difficulties in recording our show, told us that he sent a spare Newton for Dan to try out. That’s pretty cool.
So thanks for that, Grant. And thanks for being on our show.
[Photo courtesy of one Sir David Kendal.]
Sir David Kendal has finished uploading episode two of our The hello Show podcast, “It’s the Newton Killer” (hardy har). We talk Helvetica, the iPad, David’s iBook vs. iPad buying decision, and my own fussing about with an LC 520.
As soon as iTunes fixes itself self-awarely, we’ll post it so you can subscribe.
UPDATE: We’re now live on iTunes. Check it out.
When I bought my first iPod, the first 30 GB video version, podcasts were immediately appealing to me. It was like a talk show I could listen to any time I wanted on any subject I wanted. Over the years, I’ve developed a collection of favorites.
So we did one. And it’s out there. We call it The hello Show.
It’s about all the stuff we’re into: Newtons, Macs, the Apple world that we tend to spend an inordinate time thinking about. Probably just like you.
We have a super-simple setup. GarageBand (and, on the other side of the Atlantic, Audacity) plus iChat plus an FTP account – with some of David’s web wizardry – is all we need. So far. We’re definitely learning as we go.
Anyway. Give it a try, if you like. We know there’s plenty out there to listen to, and we’d be honored if you spent an hour or so with us. Shucks, we’d love to have you on The hello Show. If you’d like to be a guest, please contact us and we’ll set something up. It’ll be fun.
It’s a great (but short) interview, and helps spread the Newton virus into the world at large.
“It is a device that does what it has to do. I keep most of my information on there,” Köppen says of his Newton. “It’s always there, and it’s really practical.”
Köppen brags about the Newton’s battery life, which is excellent, and about its data reliability.
“You don’t have to worry about your stuff when it’s on the Newton,” he says. “It keeps track of your stuff as you need it, when you need it.”
And hey, I learned that Köppen works for Nokia.
Check out the July 29 episode (iTunes link) for the full interview.
[Via System Folder.]