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February 17 2014

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February 15 2014


February 05 2014


5by5 | The East Wing #83: Brandon Mathis

Tim is joined this week by Brandon Mathis. http://5by5.tv/eastwing/83

January 30 2014


5by5 | The East Wing #82: Tim Murtaugh

Tim is joined by Tim Murtaugh this week. http://5by5.tv/eastwing/82

January 19 2014


5by5 | The East Wing #30: Aarron Walter

Tim talks with Aarron Walter about how he got started, the work he’s done with MailChimp and the research and work behind writing Designing for Emotion. http://5by5.tv/eastwing/30

January 07 2014


5by5 | The East Wing #50: Myke Hurley

Tim talks with Myke Hurley about how he started podcasting, producing show, dealing with guests, and a lot more. http://5by5.tv/eastwing/50

5by5 | The East Wing #53: Dan Benjamin

Tim talks with Dan Benjamin about his freelance business, the future of internet broadcasting, and Dan’s thoughts on t-shirts and hats. http://5by5.tv/eastwing/53

5by5 | The East Wing #59: Marco Arment

Tim talks with Marco Arment about how he got started, getting the job at Tumblr, Instapaper, The Magazine, and the future. http://5by5.tv/eastwing/59

5by5 | The East Wing #71: Scott Johnson

Tim talks with Scott Johnson about how he got started, takings risks, and being kind to people. http://5by5.tv/eastwing/71

Liz Elcoate

Tim talks with Liz Elcoate about her start in the design industry, her podcast, and how she’d never go back to a full-time job. http://5by5.tv/eastwing/73

The East Wing #78: Haddie Cooke

Tim talks with Haddie Cooke about selling podcast ads, hosting The Frequency, and how she got her start at 5by5. http://5by5.tv/eastwing/78

October 13 2013


RC 14 – Chad Fowler Interview – Part 2 — Teach Me To Code

In this episode, Chad discusses how he broke out of a comfortable job as a forklift operator, which ultimately led to him becoming a programmer. He discusses his job, Ruby Central, and the Pragmatic Studio as contributions he makes to http://teachmetocode.com/podcast/rc-14-chad-fowler-interview-part-2/

August 29 2012


5by5 | The Web Ahead #32: Web Audio with Chris Wilson

The ability to manipulate audio in complex ways as part of the web page itself is yet another piece of the puzzle for using HTML + javascript to create complex experiences. Chris Wilson joins Jen Simmons to explain the Web Audio API and what it can do.

June 01 2011


March 01 2011


WorkAwesome Podcast: Episode 13 - Gina Trapani

WorkAwesome editor Mike Vardy had the pleasure to interview Lifehacker founding editor and highly-regarded developer Gina Trapani on this week’s episode of the podcast. Gina’s got a ton of projects on the go on the web, all of which are awesome in scope and in nature. She’s regarded as one of the top productivity experts on the web today (one could go as for to say that her reach expands well beyond the Internet realm as well), and it was truly a privilege to have her on as a guest. Show Notes Gina discusses the reason behind starting started Lifehacker and the reason for eventually leaving the site. Why Gina believes that productivity has had (and still does have) such an appeal to so many on the Internet. Todo.txt app, Gina’s self-developed task list application, is discussed. Gina gives a rundown of her daily workflow, including IRC, email and other tools she uses. What is ThinkUp? Gina spills the beans. Mike and Gina offer a requiem for the late, lamented Google Wave. The status of Gina’s standing desk experiment. Apparently, Gina occasionally dances while she works. So what’s on her playlist? Gina digs Gmail…she explains her reasons, what aspects of Gmail’s features she uses and some of the other apps she has to keep tabs on things. There was a lot more that went down in this brief — yet informative and entertaining — discussion, including Gina’s drink of choice and sleep habits. Check out this episode by subscribing through your favorite podcast aggregator or by listening to it right here on the website. Please note that there were some slight issues with Skype on occasion during the interview. There wasn’t much that could be done about that, and since Gina’s time is at a premium, there was little choice but to let these rare imperfections slide. If you enjoy the podcast, please let us know. Leave us a rating and review in iTunes; it’ll help people find us and build up our listenership. We’re working hard to bring some great guests on — and we’ve already had some great ones — so if you have any suggestions on guests or what you’d like to hear, let us know in the comments. We’re starting to roll out some of the suggestions we’ve received as of this week’s podcast, such as the expanded show notes. There’s more improvements to come. Our goal…to be the podcast destination for those who want to do (and are doing) awesome work. Huffduffed from http://workawesome.com/podcast/podcast-gina-trapani/
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