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Tiff Arment and Julia Skott talk about art and making. They won’t teach you how to turn your creativity into a business. Or how to do anything, really. They just want to talk about doing stuff. Hosted by Tiffany Arment and Julia Skott.
 
Have you been forced to work from home by your employer? Have you been laid off and are feeling depressed at home? Do you want to make money while working from home? When your W-2 world changes and you're told to work from home, or when work sends you home and tells you that you have to use vacation time if you want to get paid, it's time to figure out how. Adam Schroeder and Naresh Vissa have been working from home for over a decade each, and are here to teach you how to not only prove your ...
 
CharlotteONE is a city-wide worship gathering for young adults/professionals in Charlotte, NC. On Tuesday nights throughout the year, hundreds gather together across denominational lines to worship God as ONE in the heart of Uptown. Go to www.charlotteone.org for more information!
 
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Rene Ritchie returns to the show for a recap of this week’s “California Streaming” Apple Event: the iPhones 13, Apple Watch Series 7, and new iPads. Also, last week’s decision in the Apple v. Epic lawsuit. Sponsored by: Squarespace: Make your next move. Use code talkshow for 10% off your first order. Hello Fresh: America’s #1 meal kit. Away: Design…
 
Tiff and Stephen practice starting the podcast in a new way. But it only resulted in panicked silence. They decided it best to stick with tradition and discuss “Training Day”. This episode of “The Office” originally aired on April 14, 2011. "I happen to like the hilarious hijinks I get myself into." Tiff Arment and Stephen Hackett Referenced Works …
 
Please donate to St. Jude. Cancer sucks, and childhood cancer sucks a lot. Please donate any amount of money, if you can. Crypto donations — Absolve yourself of guilt for destroying the planet by helping destroy cancer instead! Apple Event Apple TV+ iPad iPad Mini Apple Watch Series 7 Ressence Oil-Filled Watches Marco’s Sinn CSS error iPhone 13 Thi…
 
Public speaking is something we associate with in person gatherings. But the pandemic has shown us that public speaking applies in virtual settings as well. Considering that public speaking is one of humanities greatest fears, it's something we need to focus on to overcome and succeed, no matter where we're working. Adam and Naresh are joined by Mi…
 
Stephen and Tiff are having a garage sale! Stephen’s table is covered with old Mac cables, truck parts, and maybe some cool Field Notes. Tiff is selling extra art supplies, some old golf clubs, and an Xbox 360 that totally still works. After chasing away all their customers, the two spend the rest of the afternoon discussing “Garage Sale”. This epi…
 
Please donate to St. Jude. Cancer sucks, and childhood cancer sucks a lot. Please donate any amount of money, if you can. Pre-show: Casey’s very big day Robert E. Lee Statue removed from Richmond’s Monument Avenue What is a Hokie? Teaching Marco geography Fire Island Follow-up: Australians: Get your shot! More arguing about geography Long Island Bo…
 
What is the life of a digital nomad really like? How can you do it when you actually have children? There are so many logistics that have to be handled, but Chris Elliott has conquered them all. Adam and Naresh are joined by Chris, who is the founder of Elliott Advocacy, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that empowers consumers to solve their prob…
 
Tiff tortures Stephen by attempting to fit pieces of spaghetti into the ports of her computer. After he wrestles the laptop away from her, the two sit down to discuss “Todd Packer”. This episode of “The Office” originally aired on February 24, 2011. "I'm full-on corrupt." Tiff Arment and Stephen Hackett Referenced Works The Office (U.S.) Show Notes…
 
Please donate to St. Jude. Cancer sucks, and childhood cancer sucks a lot. Please donate any amount of money, if you can. Follow-up: Wirecutter moves behind a paywall Neven’s tweet Best blender is not a wasteland… sometimes. Cryptographic hashes vs. Apple’s CSAM Neural Hash What happens if governments get involved with CSAM detection? Reflections o…
 
The effects of legal settlements and regulations on independent iOS developers, and how we can ensure that we still have a place in the scary potential futures that may come. This episode of Under the Radar is sponsored by: Instabug: Ship Quality Apps with Real-Time Contextual Insights Links and Show Notes: Details of the Settlement Support Under t…
 
MG Siegler returns to the show to talk about last week’s surprise announcement from Apple settling a class action lawsuit filed on behalf of U.S. App Store developers, and the various reactions to it. Also, a bit on App Store payment processing, and some speculation on who might succeed Tim Cook. Sponsored by: Squarespace: Make your next move. Use …
 
Starting companies from home used to be more out of necessity than anything else. Nowadays, however, it's more part of the model for many startups. But there's a big difference between a "remote first" and "remote-friendly" companies. Adam and Naresh are joined by Alexander Torrenegra, CEO of Torre, a professional networking platform for remote and…
 
Stephen and Tiff practice The Scarn until their feet hurt. But they are more ready than ever to discuss “Threat Level Midnight”. This episode of “The Office” originally aired on February 17, 2011. "You should enter it in festivals." "Or carnivals!" Tiff Arment and Stephen Hackett Referenced Works The Office (U.S.) Show Notes & Links The Office - S7…
 
Please donate to St. Jude. Cancer sucks, and childhood cancer sucks a lot. Please donate any amount of money, if you can. Follow-up: Follow-up from Hypercritical #31 on 24 August 2011 (via Philip Spedding) Overcast timestamp link Casey apologizes to Collin Donnell Brent Simmons’ blog post Regarding 1Password and Electron What about the dependencies…
 
They say that everyone has a story inside them, but Tehlor Kay Mejia had #1 New York Time best sellers in her at a very young age. Tehlor joins Adam and Naresh to discuss how she creates the stories she's writing (like her new book Paola Santiago and the Forest of Nightmares), how she managed to get connected with renowned author Rick Riordan, and …
 
When you ask a seasoned homeschooler about structuring the day, you will often hear the same refrain: "combine as many subjects as you can." Academics can generally be broken into two categories: skill-based subjects and non-skill-based subjects. Anything that is skill-based really is best taught 1-on-1 or in a very small group of kids at a similar…
 
Christina Warren returns to the show to discuss Apple’s controversial child safety initiatives, the tumultuous summer of Safari 15 beta UI designs, and a bit more on MagSafe battery packs. Sponsored by: Squarespace: Make your next move. Use code talkshow for 10% off your first order. Memberful: Monetize your passion with membership. Away: Because t…
 
Follow-up: Disney PhotoPass (via Ryan D) Bug bounties (via Dan Chandler) Cryptocurrency and failed monetary systems CSAM Security Threat Model Rview of Apple’s Child Safety Features Joanna Stern’s interview with Craig Federighi Patriot Act Digital Millennium Copyright Act 1Password 8: The Story So Far Electron iCloud for Windows Dave Teare’s Medium…
 
Heidi St. John, known as "The Busy Mom", is a Congressional Candidate in the GOP primary for the 3rd District of Washington State; #1 bestselling author of Bible Promises for Moms, Becoming MomStrong Bible Study: A Six-Week Journey to Discover Your God-Given Calling, Becoming MomStrong: How to Fight with All That's in You for Your Family and Your F…
 
What are some apps we use for inspiration and creativity? We talk about: Snapseed Phonto Retouch Magic Hour Photoshop Express Year of Color Copic Collection Art Anatomy Procreate Art Studio Pro This episode of Make Do is sponsored by: Micro.blog: The fastest way to blog. Join the maker community. Get 2 months free. Links and Show Notes: Support Mak…
 
Tiff helps Stephen solve clues that lead them to the episode, “PDA”. This episode of “The Office” originally aired on February 10, 2011. "No one's a bigger fan of sexual touching than me." Tiff Arment and Stephen Hackett Referenced Works The Office (U.S.) Show Notes & Links The Office - S7E16 "PDA" | Dunderpedia The Office - S7E16 "PDA" | IMDB The …
 
Pre-show: Marco files a verbal Radar for Apple Music God Shuffled His Feet A Worm’s Life The Joshua Tree Illusion is Now Follow-up: Why is there no weather/Calculator iPad app? (via Tatsuhiko Miyagawa) AMD W6xxx video cards are “workstation” cards Why Apple can’t pay bananas bug bounties (via Adrian) Apple’s New Child Safety Features Apple’s FAQ Gr…
 
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