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Myke Hurley
Myke HurleyMaker@imyke · Myke
Thanks to everyone who's checked us out so far. We are working really hard to make the best podcasts we can. Would love to hear your feedback on Connected #1. We took a look at the history of the iPod.
Tom Masiero
Tom MasieroHiring@blendahtom · GM of LaunchBit
@imyke Hi Myke what set's you guys apart from a network like the 5by5?
James Koole
James Koole@deleted-21562
First episode of Analogue is a good one for anyone who builds stuff and then puts it out there for the world to see and use. I think that might be some of the people who frequent Product Hunt. :D
Adam Kazwell
Adam KazwellHunter@kaz · Product manager/observer
There's more podcast discussion/recommendations in this thread for Overcast: http://www.producthunt.com/posts...
Frankie Warren
Frankie Warren@fww · clever
Congrats on the launch @imyke! Enjoyed Ep. 1 of Connected. Part nostalgia, part informative - I learned a lot about the original iPod launches. In hindsight the cheering for product releases like the iPod Mini seems a little strange given there was no SDK for iPods. It was interesting to think of the iPod mini as Apple's first foray into wearable fashion, especially given the context of the recent Beats acquisition, key executive hires, and rumored wearables in the near future. Also, I loved the discussion around "1000 songs in your pocket" and how that phrase served Apple well for so many years. The goalpost in terms of songs stayed the same as the hardware improved in size / function. Re: production - I appreciated that you spliced in audio from the events and had Stephen running point on recapping the event in a play-by-play style. That was a good way to jog the memory and made the show more interesting to me. Federico's recap at the end was nice (though I think he missed the mark a bit... it would seem the Star Trek-like pod reference was more product focused than user centric. i.e. songs were escaping the confines of the Mac for the first time, not an extension of one's self.). I really enjoyed the shows and look forward to the next round of episodes!