I talk about the latest iOS update, why square photos are great, and responding to support email.
Wrapping up the release of Wavelength and microcast support in Micro.blog.
Anticipating a new feature for Micro.blog and rolling out some server improvements.
Quick thoughts on Apple’s education event in Chicago, their new app Schoolwork, and the process for naming new apps. (And yes, I call it Schoolroom in the podcast by accident.)
Wrapping up today’s announcements, including a new Micro Monday and Micro.blog for Mac version 1.2.
Working on a lot of things at once, and thoughts on the new Micro Monday microcast.
The microcast is back! I talk about the final steps to get Sunlit 2.0 shipped and what we hope for the release.
Good, better, best.
Never let it rest.
‘Til your good is better
& your better is your best.
Listening to Eminem, the Killers, and thinking about giving Micro.blog everything this year. Closing music cover by OZsound.
Final plans for IndieWebCamp, ordering breakfast, and punting on opening up Micro.blog.
MarsEdit 4 ships! I talk about why apps should be compatible, and the challenge in reaching a new audience.
More delays launching Micro.blog, last-minute fixes, rate limiting, and more.
Just a quick episode at the end of the week. Looking forward to next week: getting the word out about Micro.blog and IndieWebCamp.
Micro.blog now supports uploading custom profile photos. Finally!
Watching the Spurs game tonight and thinking about the steady progress and growth of Micro.blog.
Deciding on a 100-user limit per day, and the feeling that we’re almost to the launch. Also, IndieWebCamp!
This week’s plans, including blog posts about IndieWebCamp and a strategy for the Micro.blog launch.
Why it’s important to have the new discover posts timeline on the web, a reminder about IndieWebCamp Austin, and more.
I ramble a bit about Micro.blog’s support for exporting WXR files, and the need for a more general blog archive file format.
Sending a Kickstarter email update and some thoughts on how @-mentions are still confusing.