This week we have on the show Karl Bunyan.
Karl & I used to run a business together so there’s some reminiscing about that, talk of flying – and the art of learning how to – as well as a good a good chunk of time on Karl’s experiences writing Facebook apps during the early gold-rush period.
I wax lyrical about my new Kindle paperwhite and I note how I’m still in shock over my favourite piece of software, MS OneNote, being released for free with a new OS X client and a shiny new API just hours before recording.
I really enjoyed making this show, it felt more like a chat over a couple of beers, so if the slightly-more-rambly-geeking-out format proves successful then I may do more of them. If, on the other hand, it’s extremely unpopular than it’s all Karl’s fault, obviously.
- Andy Hardy and his recent Flight to Sydney from the UK in a tiny little aircraft with co-pilot Sam Kidd.
- Next week’s guest @Joel_Hughes‘ The Business of Web Design conference is mentioned.
- I mention the various excellent features I’ve noticed for Kindle owners using Readability particularly readlists, this is one example by Cole Henly.
- Karl’s first mobile app PPL Tutor looks really useful if you happen to be cramming for your pilot’s licence