Scott and Peter have a quick Evernote follow up, and then talk about App Store pricing and in-app purchases based on an article by Lex Friedman in Macworld. John Nemo’s got a Hard Shell but it’s not because he’s cranky, it’s the World’s Shortest Reviewcast.
Scott and Peter love Evernote and love talking. So they decided to spend the episode talking about Evernote workflows, uses, compatible apps and accessories, and pros and cons. And if you want to go smart, GoSmart! Stylus with John Nemo and the World’s Shortest Reviewcast.
Don’t be Downcast. No, wait! DO! Downcast developer Seth McFarland is here to talk with Peter and Scott about how his superb podcast app Downcast came about, little UI tricks we immediately fell in love with, and to offer up promo codes for a Downcast giveaway!
Sam Negri has lunch with John Nemo for a World’s Shortest Reviewcast covering iPads with the Hex Code Folio.
Suzé Gilbert takes time from traveling around the world to bring art to the world with Artogram Universal App and Starry Night Interactive Animation for iPad.
Suzé takes us photo pixel mixing with Pix: Pixel Mixer universal app.
Scott’s had a frustrating week with technology, some of it related to the iTunes store, and some of it related to things other than the iTunes store. Peter listens patiently as a good friend would do, and then Scott and Peter talk about some apps they’ll be reviewing in upcoming episodes.
Loyal listeners might recall that a few episodes ago, around 41 or 43 or so, Tim helped me switch my podcast feed over from MyMac.com to this site (PocketSizedPodcast.com). It worked seamlessly for anyone subscribed in iTunes, not so well for those with other podcatchers such as Downcast. That wasn’t Tim’s fault or mine, it’s just that without being able to set up custom HTTP responses on the server, there was no way to accurately redirect it for anyone outside of iTunes subscribers.
Well, I’m at it again. I’m changing my RSS feed for the podcast to a Feedburner one. Using Feedburner will give me a much better grasp on what listeners are doing and how the podcast is faring, and quite frankly, I should have set it up on Feedburner when I switched from having the podcast located on MyMac.com to this site. It’s not like I haven’t used Feedburner in the past for other podcasts. And yet, I failed to do so. Doh.
Never being one to let one mistake stop another, I’m going to yank the carpet out from you again. If you’re an iTunes type, you should not lose any episodes. If you’re not subscribed to this podcast in iTunes, the podcast RSS feed Url is changing and you must make sure your podcast feed gets updated. The new URL is:
That feed is active now, and will work just fine for any podcatcher, including iTunes if you enter it manually there. Please update it to that feed and you’ll never miss a podcast again. Ever! Unless the world ends and I can’t get a podcast out because I fell into the center of the earth. In that case, you’re on your own. Hope you have lots of water, good boots, and a decent rifle.