Newsletter: Xcoders podcast and creativity

This week in the newsletter we highlight a new podcast and posts from the community. Thanks for reading!

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πŸŽ™οΈ On the latest episode of Timetable, Manton Reece talks about recent server upgrades and work on the Indie Microblogging book.

πŸŽ™οΈ New podcast from the Xcoders meetup in Seattle with hosts Liz Marley and Jared Sorge. This podcast is hosted on along with the Xcoders microblog. Brent Simmons adds a note about what the podcast will cover:

Future posts will include interviews and discussions of interest to our community of developers, designers, testers, support people, and writers.

πŸ’¬ Tiffany White discovers Icro for iOS, a great third-party app for

Found a nifty little client for iOS called Icro. Very minimal a great looking.

πŸ’¬ David Dykstal started a long conversation on by asking:

I’m thinking a bit about what creativity means. Who is a creative person you admire? Can you explain why you feel they are creative?

πŸ“· Looking for more great photos and posts on Smokey Ardisson collects his favorites each week.

πŸŽ™οΈ Smokey was also featured on an early episode of Micro Monday last year:

This week we hear from Smokey Ardisson, a historian and specialist in Middle East studiesβ€”who also worked on the Camino browser. We talk about the intersection of technology and the liberal arts, introverts and social networks, and how the historians of the future might judge

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