The Talk Show

44: Code 47: Live From WWDC 2013

 

  good evening this is the talk show live during WWDC 2013 we're recording on [TS]

  Tuesday June 11th 2013 the day after the keynote we have a nice Aladeen series [TS]

  about a dozen two dozen people and I want to thank Microsoft for sponsoring [TS]

  this event for Windows Azure we have an open bar here we've to open bars here [TS]

  because mezzanine is is aptly named there's a there's a second level up [TS]

  there in both open bar drinking on Microsoft's time how awesome is that [TS]

  Bill Gates picking up the tab heard people the WBC we are it's a little bit [TS]

  in addition to being live it's a it's a somewhat differently structured show [TS]

  than the typical episode of the talk show maybe insofar as that it has some [TS]

  structure but we have a bunch of gas multiple gas couple of surprises but my [TS]

  first guess is no surprise it is I said hey I'm my I'm Larry Sanders this is [TS]

  Hank kingsley days ago and I are you are you hank are already I'm when Martin and [TS]

  John cannon commercially as my friend guy English [TS]

  thank you [TS]

  and this is a Vesper 2.0 I just exactly so WTC keno lot of news but I think the [TS]

  big one has got to be the others were talking about what was the order that it [TS]

  went through in the event was the first thing today announced it was racing cars [TS]

  from the future racing cars and you know what that was really cool and it's a [TS]

  little weird because they had so much to announce it to our keynote it was [TS]

  clearly jam-packed that kind of race through some stuff but they still took [TS]

  five minutes up front for a third party company I'd like to remember and nobody [TS]

  remembers [TS]

  and that's just and K i with a funky lettering described the demo [TS]

  so it's AI controlled robot cars race around the track using sensors to [TS]

  navigate their way around it i think is probably a lot more complicated than it [TS]

  looked like it almost looked like one of those trigger control cars it was [TS]

  happening so yeah it really did seem they were you know you know about how [TS]

  many times per second the sensors are taking measurements and it was [TS]

  incredible [TS]

  5,000 measurements but it looked like it like organically and they had the one [TS]

  car that was faster than the others and when it was in passing mode it wasn't [TS]

  herky-jerky like a remote control car used like really very organic and then [TS]

  when they switch the other cars into a block mode where their goal was to block [TS]

  the faster car from passing them it really looked organic it look basically [TS]

  it's a toy at this point but I think what they said at the end of the [TS]

  presentation is important and account number [TS]

  now it's like something about company the cars are a demonstration of the [TS]

  technology not the product may not even ever actually ship those cars I'm not [TS]

  even sure that that was the case I think that the cars were just in the example [TS]

  but the interesting thing to me was that the demo and meet at first fail they had [TS]

  like the demagogues frowned upon them and it was the nightmare it's five [TS]

  minutes into is not just any WBC but like a widely anticipated WWDC and [TS]

  they're the only third-party company up there and the hero car wouldn't start [TS]

  and I think I thought it was incredible how the CEO I don't know his name but he [TS]

  never seemed bothered now is pretty cool comic lady it seemed like he was a well [TS]

  we'll get this recall and then it actually worked out better because the [TS]

  audience knows and it is kind of a good audience because I feel like it's it's [TS]

  all developers and they know that how murphy's law works like it's gonna fail [TS]

  the worst possible time so there's a huge sympathy that's instantly build up [TS]

  and then when it did work it was lying areas so they did now what then Apple [TS]

  started in with its shares of battery life is amazing but we don't waste time [TS]

  in the show talking about battery life that's great I mean it's a great deal [TS]

  and I think it's interesting that they reduced the price [TS]

  didn't go right now and I think the whole thing with the requisite MacBook [TS]

  Air still there [TS]

  cheap like wrapped up [TS]

  and 12 hour battery life is nothing to see pretty 10.9 Mavericks well and it's [TS]

  because it's a singular named because the name of the place is Mavericks with [TS]

  an end with an ass but it sounds are also talking about it and the singular [TS]

  is gonna sound dramatically awkward yes I told you this yesterday to minimize me [TS]

  that became pale in average and I just can't get there said it also seems [TS]

  trying to be tough when you will get lines are for amateurs but I mean [TS]

  seriously they picked a goofy looking see line but pretty shaken fan cooler [TS]

  interesting stuff in it but I feel like I can wait next week when a regular talk [TS]

  show talked about Pakistan after spending a week and it's probably better [TS]

  to talk about it I will honestly like I said yesterday I think I did I kinda [TS]

  missed a letter like everything looks flat now if you look at it and Interface [TS]

  Builder and I don't need the stitches maybe you just took the stitches away [TS]

  and I don't know I think there's going to be a middle ground I think what we're [TS]

  going to see in together is joining a little bit more than a lot of [TS]

  engineering features in Mavericks [TS]

  we can visually though it really does seem that all they did was go into the [TS]

  resource folders for like calendar and a couple of other apps and take out a [TS]

  bunch of resources and let that calendar on 10.8 by just two leading like one PNG [TS]

  they just deleted a bunch of textures and we're too busy with you know I was 7 [TS]

  the Mac Pro I guess that's definitely we're talking about me but again it [TS]

  seemed interesting yeah I even the design direction I'm still haven't heard [TS]

  what I said about it says we don't know yet [TS]

  John Siracusa does not like I don't know is that true as judge on here I don't [TS]

  know I heard he doesn't like it but I'm I see I i think that anybody who had any [TS]

  interest in the macro at all just been relieved and delighted that they at [TS]

  least have a new Mac Pro I really know and and you know whether you still [TS]

  wanted them to have the big thing like I think that I think the counter argument [TS]

  against the design direction are going is I'm a pro I don't care how big the [TS]

  cases I just want to be able to throw video cards in get all the stories [TS]

  inside that don't want to stack of durable drives I say just be happy that [TS]

  they haven't abandoned the Mac Pro you know your ago had said when there was a [TS]

  lot of Congress kind of boiled up where the hell is a new Mac Pro and Tim Cook [TS]

  was it an email or something like Tim Cook answer to customer email and we're [TS]

  gonna have some interesting for you next year just be glad that it wasn't a [TS]

  something interesting few that was like the 2007 hey you can make apps for the [TS]

  iPhone their web pages [TS]

  yes [TS]

  I and i actually thinking about it now I think you just put that equipment inside [TS]

  the old case and gonna get very standard NextGen you know just a bit of [TS]

  everything I think that would have been less interesting and more likely to see [TS]

  the editor Mac Pro [TS]

  be investing in this home architecture that's built around and maybe it's you [TS]

  know you're missing a lot of stuff from the old world but they're really going [TS]

  for something new and something that we get a lot of compute power very very [TS]

  fast and I think that the new look at it and it doesn't look like anything Apple [TS]

  never done a mean there's a there's a serious sort of Death Star look to it [TS]

  closest thing I can think of is like SBI machines in the nineties right it's very [TS]

  you know super serious low and it has a polished appearance it doesn't look [TS]

  anything like Apple logo on the back it's above the all the ports and I [TS]

  talked to somebody there and they said they are mostly designed it so they did [TS]

  sooner Deportes will face away from you have it on your desk but they made it so [TS]

  that if you wanted to and you're putting stuff in all the time you would feel [TS]

  that it looks right turn the other way with the ports facing you you know that [TS]

  that that's how good the back with the port is supposed to look that you [TS]

  shouldn't feel like it's backwards if you face it that way I think it's a nice [TS]

  touch you know member of meatball acceptability of those cool little [TS]

  touches the indicators well I'm saying like back in the day when the first lady [TS]

  right technology it's just a light underneath the things right [TS]

  you know they turn it around as a motion sensor with a light on it that's they [TS]

  have it in my driveway but this is awesome you know you know that gets us [TS]

  to do and so I think one of the most interesting things I know that there was [TS]

  a lot of speculation to talk about the way they structure the keynote I think [TS]

  it's always so interesting and the order they do things get to say what [TS]

  and there was obviously a lot of speculation about iOS 7 in everybody [TS]

  knows it's now led by Jony ive and in the question arises Jony ive going to [TS]

  take the stage [TS]

  talk about it and I didn't think so I mean I never come out and say it but it [TS]

  just seems pretty clear if you wanted to you could but it's pretty clear he does [TS]

  not like public speaking [TS]

  yeah yeah [TS]

  opposite right people shy but you hear about that you know there's about [TS]

  certain actors who very you know successful and comfortable in front of [TS]

  the camera on your TV or movies like that but refused you know can't do like [TS]

  a live audience thing you know some people are like that I get the feeling [TS]

  he is so but they did but I feel like what they want to do is they still [TS]

  wanted him to introduce it and so they did the video first which I don't think [TS]

  they've ever done before usually it's somebody on stage who introduces the [TS]

  thing whether its hardware or whether its software and [TS]

  in its and we've made a video of you would you like to see it to conclusion [TS]

  the state the case showed the details the conclusion is that video and this [TS]

  was a triumph I'm going to frame it all they did start the event you know what [TS]

  they did in step with racing video right they started with this which i think [TS]

  they are now pushing is designed by Apple in California this really nice [TS]

  little two or three minute just sort of setting a town and a lot of times at WTC [TS]

  they open with a video but it's a joke you know like John Hodgman there is a [TS]

  great one for John Hodgman came out in a video and said I'm Steve Jobs the show's [TS]

  over everybody can go home now down right stop making apps and stuff like [TS]

  that it was very funny they often start out with jokes though and this one was [TS]

  it not a joke it's this very supportive and it's all to me clearly of a piece [TS]

  with the recent ad campaign that saw on television [TS]

  photos every day you human [TS]

  yeah it's human town where people are using the phone but the phone is just [TS]

  part of this scene although the video with no people in it was just motion [TS]

  graphics and was kind of just sort of but I thought it effectively set the [TS]

  tone of this event is a serious one and we've got some serious shit to announce [TS]

  yeah and again I think that California thing is is important because you know [TS]

  that it's not a coincidence that they changed the name places in California [TS]

  designed by Apple in California looks like it's going to be a big thing the [TS]

  Mac Pro is designed by California assembled in the USA [TS]

  yeah that's Tim Cook on NBC last year when he said we're going to start [TS]

  producing one of our mcintosh products in the United States [TS]

  I think it's not a nationalism but it's a pride of place over yeah and I also [TS]

  think that it's not a coincidence that it's the highest and model where [TS]

  whatever the extra margin costs might be assembling in the us- are eaten by that [TS]

  particular marketing [TS]

  if it costs fifteen more dollars per unit to build a symbol in Aus forces [TS]

  assembled in China it makes it bigger difference if it's a $3,000 work station [TS]

  where the $15 is a very small percentage as opposed to a $250 iPad Video Editor [TS]

  super excited about the macaroni don't care how much you go right there is [TS]

  actually some of course market on my mother's made a boatload of Mac Pros [TS]

  wait a second I'm getting a summary backstage said Marco sold the talk show [TS]

  we're supposed to stop now [TS]

  happens in about 15 minutes to get out of there when you actually do this life [TS]

  so I do I do think though that they structured the event with three videos [TS]

  and opening video then the one in the middle with johnnie I've personally [TS]

  introducing an hour reading the Iowa 7 introduction and the first you got to [TS]

  see it is in this video I mean it was like holy shit I mean I was like holy [TS]

  fucking shit video and then click victory he demoed it like the way they [TS]

  usually do first used to be and then Tim Cook came back for his wrap-up and at [TS]

  the end had another video which actually they are going to use as a commercial [TS]

  that you know to emphasize this sort of designed by Apple in California and I'm [TS]

  not the only one who's no is a Ben Thompson led to his thing today it it it [TS]

  evokes the old think different campaign from the nineties where it feels almost [TS]

  more like yeah they're putting it on TV for everybody to see but it's almost [TS]

  like a centering for Apple iPhone employees like this is what we stand for [TS]

  this message rather than a product that's right and I think it really is [TS]

  largely about sort of you know part of the message explicitly is we spend an [TS]

  enormous amount of time on a very few things and it's it's this reverse of you [TS]

  know if anything we're doubling down on doing fewer things and let our [TS]

  competition do the spaghetti up against the wall [TS]

  5 inch phones for an 8.8 inch phones 4.5 inch phones six-inch bones and if you [TS]

  can look at Samsung like refrigerators [TS]

  right I don't think any time but yeah it's a very likely work very hard and [TS]

  very dejected fashion very carefully to produce this thing that's a labor of [TS]

  love me do it in california and we want to share it with you so I had heard two [TS]

  words that I've heard beforehand and other ppl her 22 but I said last week on [TS]

  the show with most polarizing and the other way to put it in same word [TS]

  divisive [TS]

  twenty-four 24 hours later I mean it's clear that there's there's some head out [TS]

  there for what they've done with Iowa so I think some of its narrative tonight I [TS]

  think some of you need to play with a device looking at screenshots and [TS]

  comfortable with the direction playing with it I think it's very obvious so [TS]

  we've got an audience of developers here how many people in the audience have [TS]

  already installed iOS 70 I can just see you that's how many people have [TS]

  installed it on their main carry [TS]

  how many people who've done that are glad that they did it is getting smaller [TS]

  how many people of that set of people that are glad to have done it [TS]

  have had more than one drink one guy one again back in after having too many to [TS]

  get a few things change I have not have you know when I get home I have a stack [TS]

  of all my old iPhones and I didn't bring them with me but my face and then they [TS]

  didn't predict which was a sign it did not wanted anywhere near my phone I even [TS]

  wrote this the day before that what to think when they show it I said and I you [TS]

  know I think I got a pretty raised don't think too much on what it looks like but [TS]

  think about how it works and you know the deeper think about it deeper why are [TS]

  they doing this and I feel like most of the criticism is focused on the most [TS]

  superficial of details you know like hate on the icons in particular ways to [TS]

  go about that there's one which is to look at the exact icons as they are and [TS]

  Iowa seven today and talk about details of them and say you know this Safari [TS]

  icon is not good because of this or that and you can do any and there's merit to [TS]

  a lot of that and I think couple the icons probably just news for everyone [TS]

  looks like my first gradient circle [TS]

  but I like the new whether one I think the weather was great I don't think the [TS]

  directions around I think maybe some implementation manners as something to [TS]

  be desired [TS]

  you know some of this stuff is so subjective those and you know it all [TS]

  falls under there's no accounting for taste you know but I also get a larger [TS]

  sense though there is a certain design aesthetic to the way iOS icons have [TS]

  evolved over the years and there's a specific sort of vibe that's accepted as [TS]

  a good iOS icon and that clearly wouldn't work with the overall direction [TS]

  of the new iOS system has to change and I feel like some of the need for [TS]

  criticism is just you've changed this sort of jelled look to three-dimensional [TS]

  icons that you know we've got used to have six years in some of the people [TS]

  have gotten really really good at making and I think that they're calling foul on [TS]

  changing that all I feel like that's just off base [TS]

  yeah I think there's no point in holding the aesthetic to do you have to get some [TS]

  point something has to change the fact that this looks drastically different [TS]

  isn't by yourself [TS]

  Matic there are problems but as the first seed you know like there's also an [TS]

  issue today where that blur background check comes up and I think it's over the [TS]

  clock and on the right hand side the clock faces black but you can't see the [TS]

  icon [TS]

  gray and the end so it doesn't show up against the Black Bloc days and she's [TS]

  clearly that's a bogus book and its good checks right so I don't think it's it's [TS]

  again today when I could show ya John is standing why is in the front row but [TS]

  he's standing [TS]

  it's like when I came out over the top [TS]

  clearly over the saturated lee Partners pinstripes all kinds of transparency is [TS]

  it would like way too transparent menus there's a bunch of Asians without [TS]

  explaining his peace with its easier to just go over the top like go with a [TS]

  design language and then Tony back slowly into you get something what we've [TS]

  got now on that closed in which i think everybody Greece's very functional and [TS]

  familiar and good looking I wish I thought that was pretty good I like that [TS]

  America had a good post today to a link to it where he talked about how you know [TS]

  this stuff like the actual exact icons and some of the little inconsistencies [TS]

  in the way you know something that should be the same across to absent a [TS]

  little different is the exact sort of thing that falls through the cracks as [TS]

  the racing through a deadline on and and this is the most important part on a [TS]

  project that only started 7 months ago which is just mind-blowing like I agree [TS]

  you don't want I saw a tweet from me let me tell you then per se but he countered [TS]

  that argument with the headlines like saying that it they did in eight months [TS]

  ago it is true but on the other hand they did [TS]

  deadline I'm just relating it to again I'm not saying that they deserve to be [TS]

  graded on a curve because it was only seven I mean there too [TS]

  of hands and you saying that the counter-argument that they don't deserve [TS]

  to be graded on a curve that's an apple problem not our problem but internally [TS]

  and for people who you know who our engineers and come to something like [TS]

  this it is kind of amazing like this a year ago when we were doing the the live [TS]

  talk show on day two [TS]

  WWDC 2012 and Apple was one day out [TS]

  of having shown Iowa sex their plan a year ago for what Iowa seven would be [TS]

  was not this their plan was something else and you know this is no secret that [TS]

  kids goes to the ouster of Scott Forstall in October I think maybe the [TS]

  multi tasking staff some of the energy savings yeah the OS level stuff but the [TS]

  design stuff anything visible to you engineering stuff is all sort of been on [TS]

  a pace and hasn't been destroyed there's no disruption really well we don't know [TS]

  but I would certainly less but in between last year's WWDC and four stalls [TS]

  ouster the plan was led you know was it was steady as she goes and it was Tim [TS]

  Cook who made them you know made that decision in October and that's when this [TS]

  start but I think in hindsight I mean is with no hyperbole I think you know Tim [TS]

  Cook could well be the CEO of Apple for another 20 years and I really do think [TS]

  is a very strong chance that he'll finish his career and never had made a [TS]

  bigger decision than that decision in October not just forestall personally [TS]

  but because it it also was the plan was will get rid of forestall johnnie takes [TS]

  over software and in six months [TS]

  decision to keep Scott B do you keep going with the plan in place and then [TS]

  corrected in the next cycle knowing you know that was the big girls at the days [TS]

  but I mean this second one is doubling down on you know I guess what could have [TS]

  happened as they go over to forestall and I've takes over in four months into [TS]

  it [TS]

  hopelessly lost in a quagmire designers and zero chance of making it and what do [TS]

  you do maybe we stick with the old design and we will keep working on it [TS]

  without a year so it's not like they had to do it but no I mean it could have [TS]

  gone down any additional forestall isms today [TS]

  that they didn't want introduced its word you can use it [TS]

  bed and what we're seeing as a result of that and I think they did something [TS]

  similar with those ten do when I was 10 10 came out it was kind of an awful [TS]

  product in many ways but it showed a lot of promise and I think we're kind of in [TS]

  a similar situation here [TS]

  well I don't think it's not a product think after having used it it's a great [TS]

  product but the interface in particular is clearly 1.0 yeah I think so and i [TS]

  think you know stay tuned I think the analogy to Aqua says it all [TS]

  you know this is the 1.0 I'm sure it can improve details just inconsistent [TS]

  seasons and cleaning up between now and when it ships in the fall but this is [TS]

  really more about that the next five six years of iOS and laying a foundation I [TS]

  mean yeah I bet stuff like the blurs and stuff like that just like the stripes [TS]

  but fundamentally though the logic in order of its to me so appealing [TS]

  yeah and I think it really really well it doesn't need it you know it doesn't [TS]

  feel like moving in and out of so much anymore as in the devices morphing into [TS]

  the new thing that you use a little bit bad for Scott Forstall I really did joke [TS]

  in there were some jokes during events about the belt being taken out in [TS]

  federal treasury of you who did this result was great and it was funny jokes [TS]

  on over and so on but there what they did there never was an interesting way [TS]

  to present it was when they talked about these changes that were the most [TS]

  egregious of what we called you a morphism and the stitching was taken out [TS]

  a calendar and he said no virtual cows were killed for this and when he [TS]

  introduced a new game centers like we're all out of virtual felt it was an [TS]

  interesting to put it is they were treating their old products as a joke [TS]

  like that they were in on ya but I think it's probably have to do some contrition [TS]

  by removing esta and I don't think it's necessarily need their dragon on well by [TS]

  all accounts is a very billion [TS]

  I can credibly I don't know I did meet him once after an event [TS]

  backstage and and he was very gracious to me and he said he you know like the [TS]

  site and and was very nice and we had a great we learned about on it was the [TS]

  event where they introduced the iPhone 4 so is the first threatening device and [TS]

  we just get out on retina and I asked him you know like is it true that you [TS]

  use a loop yeah everything you know people who work with them and they say [TS]

  good things about it and I know also that his enthusiasm for third-party [TS]

  developers making money on the platform was enormous like he was so I think he'd [TS]

  nobody was a bigger advocate for third-party developers and Scott [TS]

  Forstall I just put two and two together and yes I would that be [TS]

  he advocated for carbon yes that's true too that's one of the great untold [TS]

  stories Dan Martin [TS]

  brought this up on your show with Renee couple is great if you want to look up [TS]

  down mountain on guys but it was good forestall the next guy who really [TS]

  advocated for carbon is this is the right way and specifically because this [TS]

  is how we'll get our developers to to meet us halfway right kind of feel bad [TS]

  for me kind of feeling he's been going for developers I take a break and I [TS]

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  the designer can hand this brief off to the engineers and they have like an [TS]

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  that is actually in the App Store it's been a very long story but anybody who [TS]

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  really really like that most of what shipping has nothing to do with me and [TS]

  the team is awesome right is using the leader and his ideas his initial impetus [TS]

  for 24 hours ago we have been working on stuff it in the future sometime but it's [TS]

  a great app and you know it's not just a web designer designer should be checking [TS]

  it out and do so next guess a lot of guests over the last year but there's [TS]

  one person in particular who I think I've had the most I can't believe you [TS]

  haven't had this person on the talk show yet by far away number one request so I [TS]

  thought what better than when better than WBC this from my wife Amy Jane [TS]

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  I am with you but I did have you seen Iowa seven yet a little bit [TS]

  have you seen my my question for you is this is very serious one of the [TS]

  criticism i've seen is that I was seven is so different I Anders [TS]

  500 million people using devices so there's a lot of people who are used to [TS]

  iOS 7 as it has looked since 2007 and that now they're all lost in their [TS]

  phones gonna upgrade to this OS and are not going to know how to do anything [TS]

  when you look at it did you did you feel like this is when you look at seven do [TS]

  you feel like you were gonna be lost if you just feel like hey this just looks [TS]

  new I think it looks new and I think that in two weeks [TS]

  all of you will look back at the old ones and be like oh so shitty you know I [TS]

  think it's just a matter of getting used to it [TS]

  you're very kind the funniest thing I've seen about all of our seven was called [TS]

  droid life.com and they were it was doing when they wrote that it looks at [TS]

  all ripped off from Android including on the lockscreen the use of a new semi [TS]

  Roboto find and I thought that was so great because it's was Helvetica and now [TS]

  it still is Helvetica on the lock screen just slightly underweight and how [TS]

  america's [TS]

  1953 and Roboto was invented like last year [TS]

  Helvetica Rippon and they said it was my robot go on [TS]

  what do you think it's a wrap up of Android [TS]

  what's your opinion on Android never seen and the other thing that this week [TS]

  is I I have and I want to take this moment to thank them as I know they're [TS]

  here I have been working with two guys and we parted company Q branch in our [TS]

  appt ship last week that spur and my two colleagues Dave whiskas and friends are [TS]

  here I want to thank them we've been working on this for six months or so and [TS]

  I just want to thank you guys right here and just say how proud I am to work with [TS]

  you guys still and promotional motor anybody who hasn't checked out better [TS]

  please go to the AppStore search for Vestberg oda bess Arab . Co find out [TS]

  more and so I wanted to ask you what about making and had a good conversation [TS]

  I can take them to a couple of guys who did help us a little bit Doug Russell [TS]

  and not just a good post on accessibility really helped us make it [TS]

  accessible and Nick are nine also helped us a lot with QA these guys are just [TS]

  kind of helped out because they wanted to help out and it's great and they're [TS]

  not getting as much credit as me and Dave but they really do deserve it and [TS]

  and accessibility stuff in one point on really makes me proud because that's [TS]

  easily the sort of thing that can slip you think you want to be accessible but [TS]

  you get so focused on making it look all that it does but we have some really [TS]

  good posts over accessibility in there and it's all thanks to dog really kind [TS]

  of like an idiot savant on its accessibility [TS]

  was it like working you know there's always does it the end of the keynote [TS]

  Steve Jobs to do it does it where they after the done thing and then he did [TS]

  take a moment and thank the employees who worked on it and they think the [TS]

  employed these families for more less putting up with them when they were in [TS]

  this death march to launch and so I'm curious to know whether you thought it [TS]

  was difficult living with me over the last six months we're only talking less [TS]

  have been horrible absolutely horrible I am used to living with a writer who [TS]

  maybe sometimes get stuck and so he absolutely insufferable for a day or two [TS]

  but he's been insufferable for six months it's been terrible in what way [TS]

  worse than usual [TS]

  don't don't talk about the usual way them are just what's worse than usual [TS]

  the worst is pretty bad like the way you are everything [TS]

  days pretty bad [TS]

  but this isn't terrible i mean he doesn't even come to bed until I am [TS]

  waking up in the morning beginning to take our Sunday School and he'll just be [TS]

  going to bed and he's drunk as hell right so drunk stumbling into the bed [TS]

  pushes the bed 6 feet over and I'm like well I guess I'm up now I don't know how [TS]

  people do it I think that I should start a support group for the spouses of [TS]

  people who make apps like they're so bad yeah I go you know i i I had this [TS]

  halfway thought through and I realized if I thought it through I wouldn't have [TS]

  done it this way but I had the idea that this would make a good way to expand the [TS]

  guestlist cause I thought God I kinda help us sort of like a marriage [TS]

  counselor but then I realized it was a problem as part of the problem [TS]

  guy is the one who will stay up texting him until 6 a.m. getting him drunk so I [TS]

  don't get him drunk [TS]

  him the drinks he did I realize it might be a problem maybe you're not going to [TS]

  help us pass this up tonight on stage is that you and I have a thing we've done [TS]

  for last couple years we're both big fans of the show Mad Men and we watch it [TS]

  together and text each other like little school kids during the show and and the [TS]

  phrase that has come up a couple times over the last six months is you still [TS]

  have time for fucking guy English I have actually brought you know yeah I mean [TS]

  sure your son doesn't even know who you are and I hate you but you think I have [TS]

  maintained a relationship like a week before he shipped John took me to the [TS]

  zoo and it was terrific we had a lovely day there was ice cream I have no no no [TS]

  you're the only one who had maintained a good relationship we don't have a good [TS]

  relationship and have a coffee mug that says I'm the best fighter in the world [TS]

  that was like because I was lazy and that was the stock trading on the weed [TS]

  we didn't write that that just came on the muck I want to take a break here and [TS]

  and we have everybody was in the audience can see the signs we've we have [TS]

  an event sponsor for this show and mentioned at the outset it's it's [TS]

  Microsoft for Windows Azure and I want to pick up a miniature I want to invite [TS]

  Josh twist from Microsoft [TS]

  there is a couple minutes to talk to you guys thanks John I when I started to [TS]

  work at Microsoft here but it's also did I am really proud to be the new owner of [TS]

  the talk show so thanks Marco the whole while I guess so bright so money's just [TS]

  twist I'm a program manager on the Windows Azure team Windows Azure in case [TS]

  you're unfamiliar is a complete cloud platform exactly what you'd expect from [TS]

  a large vendors like Microsoft we have everything you need to run services in [TS]

  the clouds ovum's you know all the windows image as you can imagine and we [TS]

  even do Linux if that's your persuasion we have elastic storage capabilities we [TS]

  have a ton of legal services that people can use things like identity services [TS]

  media encoding services and even really powerful messaging capabilities all very [TS]

  powerful components now I work for a group called the Windows Azure mobile [TS]

  group and our goal is to make Windows Azure really really compelling for [TS]

  mobile developers like you guys who like building for iOS and we launched Windows [TS]

  Azure mobile services which is a time key back and that makes it incredibly [TS]

  easy for any kind of developer to add all of those powers all of those [TS]

  capabilities and windows out your abs and we believe that the best apps are [TS]

  connected right you need to have storage can create scenarios that span devices [TS]

  and even uses and you can understand who uses are so that's why we built mobile [TS]

  services which we launched in August last year I do some examples of what [TS]

  this thing can do so it's very very [TS]

  easy to use if you're a client-focused developer you can get right on board no [TS]

  problem but also if you're a back injury when you like this platform to about [TS]

  half of our users at the moment are experienced back and developers we have [TS]

  structured storage capabilities you can save data to the cloud or its highly [TS]

  available and backed up in triplicates by the Windows Azure sequel service and [TS]

  you can access that using our objective see native SDK for iOS which is open [TS]

  source on github you are not dreaming this really this is really happening so [TS]

  much I doubt we have we have great simplified NCC can sign in with Facebook [TS]

  Twitter Google simple configuration entry on the service and one line of [TS]

  code norplant you done we also have several objects you can run code in [TS]

  response to stimulus from the device or even using our shared your feature which [TS]

  is like running for the cloud will run JavaScript in on OJ a service and you [TS]

  can use that to send push notifications to an Apple device which is great given [TS]

  the recent an hour with a single line of JavaScript code so you don't have to [TS]

  take my word for this though a while back a few months back I forced to go [TS]

  you might know John doesn't know from Brent Simmons I thought this guy to have [TS]

  coffee with me and let me showing the service and it turned out quite into it [TS]

  so we ask them would you do some videos for us to Brent candidate three videos [TS]

  that show just how easy the services to use and you can see those at memories [TS]

  ready now www dot Windows Azure dot com slash iOS go there and see those videos [TS]

  you can sign up for the free trial [TS]

  you got a ton of free as your stuff for three months and you'll get 10 free [TS]

  mobile services they're talking about in perpetuity so we'll give you those and [TS]

  you can run them as long as you like [TS]

  also in addition and I'll be speaking old WC tomorrow the first session at ten [TS]

  o'clock so if you're around for that please come and check out the session [TS]

  it'll be fun lotsa live coding and just for this audience the show if anyone [TS]

  would like to tweet why their interest in mobile services [TS]

  and just make sure my name is at the end of the tweet at Josh twist then I'll [TS]

  sort you out with this thing we call an as you pass will give you even more as [TS]

  your resources the whole shebang for free so I just want to say thanks to [TS]

  John I hope the show continues to be as great as it has been [TS]

  and enjoy the bar enjoy the wrestler conference thanks to Josh banks there [TS]

  was great that was really great and I really do there's there's a strange [TS]

  bedfellows aspect of this but I do think I like to think that I and my other [TS]

  friends that promoted in various ways haven't had a chance to use it but very [TS]

  smart people have said very nice things about it so I don't think it strange [TS]

  bedfellows at all i think is good qualities that truth is everybody knows [TS]

  you cannot ship a nap today that doesn't sink [TS]

  you just can't do it I think in a different way [TS]

  sure ship $5 for it I would like to go to the next gas and it's my my good [TS]

  friend show before Mr Scott Simpson [TS]

  that was my hope was that I was just gonna do that for 10 minutes just dance [TS]

  and then start rappin the digital Underground's blames everybody how are [TS]

  you [TS]

  nice to see you how is the show been going so far haven't been listening [TS]

  today talk about computers they talk about computers [TS]

  rounded rex is that thing around a track API lives in the show so when we look at [TS]

  the structure that show I realized that I also want to say one thing about [TS]

  Windows this word again now pronounce you never knew how to pronounce before [TS]

  joining us me to be on the show and I was like I'll do it but I have to follow [TS]

  a guy who talks about a service for nerds uses the word ninja and ironically [TS]

  and then gets everybody to get out their phone in tweet something thank you for [TS]

  that though thank you [TS]

  WWDC who's ever WWC clap your hands where I love WWC is the only conference [TS]

  whose name is also a pretty good field sobriety test and you were driving [TS]

  pretty radically where were you denied WTF about of course the opposite of [TS]

  South by Southwest which you can really only pronounced correctly if your [TS]

  southern drunk and have a sandwich and a joint in your mouth so I about that name [TS]

  with some of the WBC and just kept up a dub dub dub dub is for don't say dubbed [TS]

  you left some of your like that actually is atop the people who fought both who [TS]

  did both you're my friends out of towners welcome to our lovely city san [TS]

  Francisco's a beautiful place is great weather today you know what Mark Twain [TS]

  said about San Francisco in the sub officially allowed when anybody starts [TS]

  out the sentence you know what Mark Twain said about summer in think you [TS]

  just punch them in the face [TS]

  also anything about Mexican cokie no Mexican come but it doesn't san [TS]

  Francisco's great don't worry about buying souvenirs if you need to buy a [TS]

  souvenir they have met the airport official souvenir the city of San [TS]

  Francisco's the burrito full of weed it comes in a little holder that's shaped [TS]

  like a slut chaps makes a great gift for your children [TS]

  works on any Kendall Kendall any GI Joe older style again not really doesn't [TS]

  really make sense but I'd say funny it's a B-plus hey guys [TS]

  nice to see you telling jokes [TS]

  if you knew that if you need to San Francisco maybe you had the chance to [TS]

  see one of the ubiquitous Google buses or Apple buses there always rolling [TS]

  through the free shuttles that take Apple and Google employees to work maybe [TS]

  you're lucky enough to ride one yourself very important to know the difference [TS]

  between them though because here at Apple employee who gets on Google+ they [TS]

  will literally rip you apart with their hands [TS]

  probably like seven multi-tools on that bus they will rip you apart [TS]

  here's the difference in Abyssinia Google+ a bus the door is on top which [TS]

  seems weird at first but then you watch a really elegantly produced seven and a [TS]

  half minute video [TS]

  about how the bus is cut from a single he's I'm enjoying this so much because [TS]

  this is literally the only time these jokes are ever gonna be so bright as it [TS]

  I'm not gonna go to the chapel in Modesto tomorrow if you like the [TS]

  difference between Google+ I'll be murdered a bus costs $40 to ride which [TS]

  seems expensive for a free shuttle you know you're fired [TS]

  announced how much I liked my jokes you know you're fired it up when you get on [TS]

  the bus and the only person on there is Tony Soprano [TS]

  get the Google+ sounds like the car from the Jetsons and smells like farts so I [TS]

  wrote for The Google+ here's the story that happened I think maybe you guys [TS]

  might be some of you folks might be able to relate I have two small children and [TS]

  now we go to the library a lot more than we used to the public library and I [TS]

  don't know if you do that you probably the public library that's when you have [TS]

  kids and you go you like books in their free with a free it's amazing the only [TS]

  bad thing is that the public library there are two types of people families [TS]

  with young kids and old we are dudes checking out conspiracy videos on the [TS]

  computers they don't match they don't mix I was in the bathroom with my son at [TS]

  the public library washing your hands next to me was a guy who looked exactly [TS]

  like beetlejuice [TS]

  with no shirt giving himself a sponge bath or a paper towel rub down and I was [TS]

  you know shining my son looked up and made accidental eye contact and he [TS]

  looked at me and he said no [TS]

  as I came and I get it I get it had a college sporting event fine for the mall [TS]

  where in the library mother fucker this is Mike call me a nerd here at you I [TS]

  just squealed through my kid at him and ran out the door [TS]

  Reggie Reggie Regg entire closed now he showed me where he keeps his library one [TS]

  helping him get his thousand page letter to Abraham Lincoln senator daniel [TS]

  day-lewis I think probably answer but Reggie was right about one thing which [TS]

  is you know let's look at my face right like like 45 Scott Simpson body doubles [TS]

  in the audience tonight people people have to be like six or seven times to [TS]

  remember my name [TS]

  face their right and if I missed an opportunity I feel like I should have [TS]

  been a murderer because when the cops come to take statements from the [TS]

  witnesses the whole like Starbucks turned into a person that help us win [TS]

  gotta J Crew gift card in half a shot a testosterone he definitely knows [TS]

  Photoshop No [TS]

  I want to do one more thing I've been thinking about this a lot lately [TS]

  bombed how hard it is to communicate around the world so many languages [TS]

  it's so frustrating that we can't just easily understand each other I think the [TS]

  EU has something like fourteen official languages that you have to translate all [TS]

  the documents into before you can you know you you stuff the Olympics in [TS]

  English and French if you don't understand english and French is total [TS]

  bummer so I realized recently that answer is right there to fingertips a [TS]

  lot of us has been have been using it already to communicate pretty nuanced [TS]

  and educated ideas so I can have a couple of friends come out right now and [TS]

  help me demonstrate the potential power of this language that I think we could [TS]

  all use for better communication so come to the stage right now my good friends [TS]

  from the internets mister Merlin Mann and Mr Adams ago or so guys first I love [TS]

  you you're the best second this is a scenario that I think will demonstrate [TS]

  the power of this language you are two rival countries at the United Nations [TS]

  representatives of two countries negotiating an issue that makes sense [TS]

  there to negotiators ok so take it away guys slice of pizza slice of pizza [TS]

  behind cloud grinning face to face serious face briefcase briefcase in your [TS]

  book bag of money [TS]

  European castle sunset rolling days [TS]

  your trumpet trumpet trumpet [TS]

  flexing bicep or powering phase angry face all Japanese symbol for beginner [TS]

  pointing finger Statue of Liberty jet plane speedboat rocket fire fire fire of [TS]

  my broken heart broken heart broken heart [TS]

  ok hands touching chick [TS]

  peach clapping hands to hards two people kissing the pair of emoji with Merlin [TS]

  Mann and atomistic ladies and gentlemen thank you guys so much [TS]

  that's it for my jokes goes on stage though cos I can and will thank you I'm [TS]

  never gonna see them again that's it that's that's it for us I I have one [TS]

  question was why I did not know what you're going to do right I wasn't [TS]

  prepared a Lex Lex Lexi could you hook a brother brother up I was gonna say look [TS]

  up bruh I'm sorry Brandon how many black people are here tonight literally my [TS]

  comedian friend Brandon as the one black person thank you for coming and [TS]

  representing every person in your race [TS]

  whiskey if you please I appreciated thank you my question is was was was [TS]

  this script written out in English or any was a written in the [TS]

  it was written in English and how did I just put your the word as a real dad [TS]

  pronunciation notes emoji one last spring I think the other sponsor of the [TS]

  episode and its humble words it's an addictive word game works on the iPhone [TS]

  iPad iPod touch [TS]

  and it quote unquote blends the elements a pocket passes ladies and gentleman it [TS]

  blends elements of familiar and novel word games with beautiful artwork [TS]

  totally serious really really high quality art including art work from the [TS]

  creator of AK would you guys remember that came as a great game Chris Onsted [TS]

  he did he did the art for tumble words and it looks great [TS]

  single player mode double player mode really fun [TS]

  think of it as bob dole plus some really cool to west where you get these groups [TS]

  of words and have to find continuous words in the grid but it's a lot more [TS]

  than that their stuff at the bottom you can replace tiles you go fast [TS]

  beautiful game full of war games you gotta check it out it is in the App [TS]

  Store you can go to the App Store and check for tumble words you will find it [TS]

  you can also find out more by going to the website of the company behind it [TS]

  many-core studios they have a website many cor cor E Studio as dot com and you [TS]

  will find out more about the game they're so my thanks to Tom boards check [TS]

  it out [TS]

  so what we actually have something else we have something and one more thing to [TS]

  do to announce actual like serious business so Amy you over the last 23 [TS]

  years on several podcasts but now I'm not taking it personally [TS]

  problems right but you've been on a bunch of podcasts yours and and you have [TS]

  you have a twitter is very funny you do and so this is over the past few years [TS]

  since you've been able to her son got older and we could just leave him home [TS]

  alone he's home alone right now so nine and he's saying this is a recurring if I [TS]

  didn't I didn't plan that a recurring theme is a min I'll be together and WBC [TS]

  is ground zero for this and we will be like a walking tour from the hotel or [TS]

  something like that and somebody will come up who recognizes us and this is [TS]

  the way it goes they say your John Gruber yes and they say you're sharing [TS]

  my best marv albert in a savior ami James love your website and I say thank [TS]

  you and they say I love your Twitter and you say you do and then they say you're [TS]

  funnier than him [TS]

  they do we get a lot of money and that has to admit it pains me to admit it and [TS]

  that's the moment where you'd go instantly and so smoothly from who is [TS]

  this weird fucker on why do they keep bugging us 20 I like you and also I [TS]

  think it's sort of a couple months ago here on the show with me and we're on [TS]

  with our good friend polka fosse's whose drink feature here today he's really [TS]

  good at catching dreams anybody out there needs a drink Paul just raise your [TS]

  hand Paul take care of all will handle you we really are pretty funny show I [TS]

  thought it was the one we came up with a bill on this business plan no pun [TS]

  intended [TS]

  velocity hotels you're welcome right and Vesper what is shipped eight-month are [TS]

  eight weeks ago if not for the work I've been putting on velocity hotels right [TS]

  around we did not ship that one in time we really wanted to ship Vesper for WWDC [TS]

  and we made it we really wanted to get in there and we ran into some legal [TS]

  issues shipping it for WBC but we're moving on but anyway was very funny guy [TS]

  ok he's alright semi familiar is a little bit friendly with you and you [TS]

  guys have something to announce you guys are going to start your own podcast you [TS]

  and park passes me and just being funny every week [TS]

  not sure that the only people who are mean pocket to find out what we need a [TS]

  name for the show so that's the name of the show we think we're still enjoy it [TS]

  at all what is the name of the show in the invoice called just the tip it's [TS]

  just the tip top FM have a a dot Raby domain available I'll be there will be [TS]

  handy for your Uncle Fred Doug raping I don't know my cousin and they've got the [TS]

  Twitter handle already at @ symbol you pronounce that I can really get that [TS]

  East Coast nasally a out there at just the tip on Twitter my suggested that I [TS]

  had to get down here what's the story from the from the little weird lounge [TS]

  behind us it's weird but you just appear uninvited my suggested title for the [TS]

  chauffeur's drunken giggly in the trunk wait who's who was drunk and who's the [TS]

  trunk recorded from my car [TS]

  because my husband was working on an appt and he couldn't give me the [TS]

  microphone and the laptop so pollen I actually deliberated recording our first [TS]

  episode in my car in the garage and we were going to call it in the truck I was [TS]

  going to run the engine and I'm feeling sleepy 21 episode I am very excited by [TS]

  this i think is going to be great I've heard the first episode and it really is [TS]

  funny you're wrong here's what I wanna know I wanna know going forward whose [TS]

  more likely to actually listen to the other show me are you oh wait which is [TS]

  more likely to listen [TS]

  still on the line mi listen to your show or you know myself or both tell you [TS]

  right fucking now I will never listen to you [TS]

  where you really have to listen to my it seems like promised all about want to [TS]

  move on to another issue I mean I i really wanna work out i mean this is [TS]

  like my best burger was like I have this whole tag on fixing my marriage and I'm [TS]

  getting through all of them today because I am almost out of and here's [TS]

  the deal and this goes back one year to WTC last year and it was night and more [TS]

  of us it was a little bit easier to get a ticket last year didn't sell out and [TS]

  71 seconds it's all an hour more my friends and and you know people I know [TS]

  passes and so you know we all went to the beer bash but whenever you do that [TS]

  if you're hanging out with people who don't have passes it's always a little [TS]

  awkward you know if you come with your wife your wife can come in and we're [TS]

  having some drinks before the Scot was hanging around did not have a pass and [TS]

  he said don't worry about it you know we'll just go somewhere in time we'll [TS]

  meet up with you guys later and then they they the two of them and it wasn't [TS]

  anybody else everybody else is that the beer bash and and they wound up but [TS]

  Harry Denton's starlight lounge it's pronounced with Harry Denton's starlight [TS]

  last place well I'm gonna talk about his then after the beer bash everybody else [TS]

  we got there they were still there was you know where we are and you know five [TS]

  six seven others came up there and we went up to meet them and put in [TS]

  perspective it was just me and Scott no one else had you all had tickets to the [TS]

  beer bash I had nothing else to do so far so good except that when I get there [TS]

  there in a booth like I requested cozy there [TS]

  waitress was under the impression that it was their wedding anniversary because [TS]

  we told her it was told it would be tailored to be Goten told her that it [TS]

  was our big 10 year anniversary and we wanted something special and no just to [TS]

  be bear we had John's credit card [TS]

  yeah yeah yeah I have a joint credit card and so this was all on John I mean [TS]

  he was at the beer bash whatever it was $150 borrow $200 bottle of rose [TS]

  champagne with me and got and we told the server that it was our 10th wedding [TS]

  anniversary and we were celebrating and so it was special I just in case you're [TS]

  wondering [TS]

  third base third base is what $200 bottle of champagne with your print my [TS]

  continued [TS]

  here's my question is do you think that this would be even vaguely acceptable if [TS]

  it had gone the other way around [TS]

  absolutely fucking like what would happen to me and you do and why is that [TS]

  bad [TS]

  anything go right at present you with a $200 champagne bill that you didn't get [TS]

  any other fucking champagne [TS]

  I would have been living but you know you abandoned me and I had Scott we [TS]

  manufactured this entire story picture to get her picture taken and I feel like [TS]

  we have to go back this week and have our 11 [TS]

  pretended like I pretend like I didn't remember that we got a picture it's been [TS]

  in my wallet for the last year a meeting grouper [TS]

  what the other we're part 2 is it took me awhile to get filled in as it wasn't [TS]

  like they came in and they said John John come over and over and gave her a [TS]

  nice kiss and it made me feel like they were you know and and this is sort of it [TS]

  seems like the swanky lounge place were you know if you're with somebody I think [TS]

  we were in a booth where we had to canoodle like I was you know give my [TS]

  wife a kiss in church or something you know like and then of course in [TS]

  hindsight I really weird we were young young is that was weird which you know [TS]

  lands room [TS]

  ever is if you've never been there it's one of my favorite places because and [TS]

  then you go during the day like when it's still light out and like not only I [TS]

  like the couches kind of the carpets threadbare the literally of the servers [TS]

  dresses and tuxedos are also threadbare like just it's just just cheesy and [TS]

  gross but great it's nothing for the late today I mean that's right it's [TS]

  nighttime I have time for a little bit more than 11 other story that's awesome [TS]

  whoever did that whatever is happening is all Merlin month Harrell [TS]

  I hear you Jeffy adam has recently gotten into e-cigarette it is bending [TS]

  over school children I just want to tell them I feel very sleepy [TS]

  the other night is what happens when I got back to the hotel was Sunday night [TS]

  talking about this time I mean we're gonna talk about a marriage right here [TS]

  just the last item in its all worked out [TS]

  look to tackle just disappear from Vesper so we had separated it was [TS]

  actually Paul who had walked a me back to the hotel for she was tired and I [TS]

  came back a little bit later and later I was ready to hit the sack and I go to [TS]

  open the door and the chain is on the fuckin door and I was physically not [TS]

  like I told her not to put the chain on the door I did not listen and so I [TS]

  thought why this has got to be a solvable problem I will call her and I [TS]

  could open the door and into my card work you know it was open to three [TS]

  inches and and I knocked couple times in his own response senate I called there [TS]

  and I can hear her phone it is for me and for ringtone for me as one toke over [TS]

  the line I can hear the sweet tunes of one toke over the line and she didn't [TS]

  count and so I started telling me nothing I can go to the front desk but [TS]

  that seems to be responsible I could probably bus this fucking Jan [TS]

  and it turns out the hotel chains are actually pretty sure I got hurt my [TS]

  shoulder and that's when the hotel security guy and he's surprised that [TS]

  we've had a noise complaint and I said I'm sound asleep inside and the changes [TS]

  on the door and ethics at first he was a little bit put off hehe seem to be [TS]

  treating me as maybe like drunk I just randomly lost in the hotel making a [TS]

  terrible noise and right but then he could see that I had the door open and [TS]

  so it really looks like I've got a room key and he says can I see your IDE and I [TS]

  showed him my driver's license and jacked up against the room number and [TS]

  then here's the best part he gets on his little walkie-talkie and he just goes [TS]

  code 47 and gives the room number and that's all he said he was a house you'd [TS]

  say there's a gas to change it said code 47 and a minute later this big [TS]

  seven-foot guy I mean bigger than jock guy comes with the biggest set of bolt [TS]

  cutters I've ever seen and without saying a word or even looking at me just [TS]

  snaps chain and then he turns around and walks away from it now here is 47 [TS]

  here's my question fairway path and you're drunk outside the door that a [TS]

  code 47 here's my question for you three what other of those codes like what do [TS]

  you think codes 13 for 36 years here's the thing I think I think the hotel had [TS]

  46 codes and then you showed up [TS]

  47 it doesn't there's not even like a word for its just a picture of you going [TS]

  this hotel definitely have the file troopers are never hotel code 46 3646 to [TS]

  rate you guys come up [TS]

  John had it twice this is the code number change if when you've locked [TS]

  herself out of the room thinking it was the bathroom but it's actually the room [TS]

  then you then go on the whole reason you got up was you had to pee that you go [TS]

  and politely so as not to make a mess on one of the newspapers that they've laid [TS]

  out for a guest to use a different code number or is that some weight that you [TS]

  never done that I know what they need to bring a new newspaper at that point so [TS]

  it needs a different number and is that difference let's say 4624 up on the 14th [TS]

  floor so that's one that's what let's say you're in the hall and let's say [TS]

  you're asleep and your style is too casually walked down the hall as if you [TS]

  were looking at museum pictures on the wall but the whole time just pissing [TS]

  everywhere you think that's a different could you know that code know now you [TS]

  know that nama newspaper peer pressure you put on somebody else's newspaper [TS]

  rate we're being honest I'm pretty sure it wasn't a WBC so yeah it's pretty safe [TS]

  but now worried somebody's somebody else here [TS]

  a guy out there was woken up to a wet newspaper and he thinks it's me ladies [TS]

  and gentlemen is the particular genius in all honesty the particular genes and [TS]

  John Gruber started let's say 75 minutes ago that's fine [TS]

  minutes ago talking about like nuanced thoughtful reactions in the new Apple [TS]

  announcement menacing now [TS]

  newspaper honestly that that is amazing that is my kind of guy next time at the [TS]

  Starlight lounge it's me and you baby [TS]

  11th anniversary I want to do some thanks here I would like to thank [TS]

  everybody here at mezzanine on the staff this has been a great event [TS]

  bartenders [TS]

  I want to thank jesse charge for organizing the event she was great how I [TS]

  would like to thank everybody all of my friends it will radio the last year [TS]

  doing a talk show them has been great [TS]

  here's to many more years thank you in particular I must thank I cannot thank [TS]

  enough Caleb Sexton who handles audio he's tracking the audio for this he [TS]

  doesn't the editing of every episode of the podcast every anybody listen to the [TS]

  show last week you guys like the ending thanks to Caleb Jackson great great [TS]

  editor and he really is a tremendous help to the show I really don I'd be [TS]

  lost without him I know my guests I want to thank God I English guy has his blog [TS]

  kicking bear died calm but he's also got a great match is done with my friend [TS]

  Chris Parrish software company aged in distilled and that happens nap can be [TS]

  great now I wanna hang my wife Amy Jane Scott Simpson funny man [TS]

  Maryland man what a treat [TS]

  47 got raped me and best of all thanks to all of you for attending really this [TS]

  is such a thrill to do this in front of you thank you for listening to the show [TS]

  thank you for being here and I'll see you next time [TS]