Recent Podcast Episodes

#231: Pike’s Peak, or Wherever

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In today’s episode we discuss some of the recent security problems that have come to light with High Sierra and it’s interaction with the new APFS filesystem. We talk about the bug itself, but also why Charles hasn’t upgraded to High Sierra yet, and the unique needs of businesses with regards to stability and risk tolerance. Continue reading

#230: Apple Got its AWS Bill

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Today we tackle a variety of topics including the removal of some Games sub-categories in the App Store, some follow-up on the recent change to the App Store Review Guidelines that prohibit white label apps, and an apparent crackdown on apps that use web-based apps without an in-app purchase equivalent. Continue reading

#229: You’re Still Going to be Broke

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A few episodes back, we mentioned in passing a change to the App Store Review Guidelines that seemed to outlaw white label apps. Turns out we aren’t the only ones that noticed this. The events industry relies on white label apps, and this change has caused quite a panic among event organizers. So today we talk about this change to the guidelines, the events industry’s response, and how we can identify and avoid similar risks that might affect our businesses.
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#228: Is That What We’re Calling Them Now? Ears?

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Today we talk about the recent Apple Keynote. We talk about the new Apple Watch, new 4k AppleTV, and of course the new iPhones, including the new iPhone X. We talk about the hardware announcements, of course, but we also reflect on how we think those announcements will affect our businesses.
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#227: Dave Rodenbaugh (part 2)

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Today we have part two of our conversation with Dave Rodenbaugh, a self-funded entrepreneur who has been selling WordPress plugins since 2009. He’s also one half of the Rogue Startups podcast. Today we talk about his experience with the WordPress plugin repository – the WordPress equivalent of the App Store, content marketing, Automattic as the gatekeeper for WordPress plugins, and Sherlocking in the WordPress ecosystem.
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