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112 With Tim Murtaugh

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Tim Murtaugh

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Tim is a partner at Monkey Do! and a tech editor at A List Apart.

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This week we were joined by Tim Murtaugh, you might know him as the guy who helped make the A List Apart website...

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  • Great episode as usual.

    I listen to podcasts on my Android with an app called BeyondPod which I couldn’t be happier with, especially because it has variable playback speed so I can listen 3 times faster!

  • Chris / Dave:
    Email subscriptions (Blogtrottr) display these types of links:
    http://shoptalkshow.com/#t=50:24
    But they are missing
    “episodes/the-title” before the #t=

    • Dave Rupert

      Hmmm… Thanks for the heads up. I’ll add it to the list, might need to do something special with the RSS.

      Edit: It’s weird tho, Podcast players require a relative URL, but email subscriptions would require an absolute URL… anyways. will think about it.

  • I love Pocket Casts as a podcast app on Android. It’s not free but worth the few bucks. You can also sync across multiple devices.

  • +1 for PocketCasts variable speed playback, sync across devices, chromecast support and decent discovery.

  • Chris and Dave, good episode here. I love it. You guys are agreat resource. May I also submit my blog as another resource, Up Next http://upnext.tk Have a good one guys, thanks for sharing!

  • Just switched back to Android from iOS and have found Podcast Addict to be a really nice app for all things podcast. Bunch of great features, really easy to use, and routinely updated:

    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bambuna.podcastaddict

  • Zach

    I use github for any open source project that I am working on. Sometimes I have private projects that I work on that I don’t want the codebase made public for obvious reasons. Bitbucket offers unlimited free repositories, even for small teams, and so it makes sense to me.

    I used to use gitweb (hosted on my own server) for repository hosting, but bitbucket does this for free.

    My team does have public repos on bitbucket, like our Vagrant for WordPress:

    https://bitbucket.org/axocomm/vagrant-wordpress-lemp

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