AppStories is a weekly exploration of the world of apps by MacStories' Federico Viticci and John Voorhees. Each week, they discuss the best new apps, the impact of apps on our culture, and cover the stories behind popular apps. Hosted by Federico Viticci and John Voorhees.
Nerding Out for the Holidays (Part 2)
Holiday Tech Projects (Part 2)
Nerding Out for the Holidays (Part 1)
Holiday Tech Projects (Part 1)
Getting Your Digital Life in Order
Tips for Staying Digitally Organized
The Trouble with Task Management
Imagining an Extensible To-Do App
Apple's Scary Fast Event with Stephen Hackett
Apple's Scary Fast Event
Web Apps and Services
Subscription?? $8 a month, yuck
I didn’t watch close enough and added this podcast to Apple Podcasts and got suckered into paying $7.99. I already get this same feed on Overcast for free.
I was trying to move all my podcasts from OverCast to Apple Podcasts and didn’t know AppStories was Pay to Play here. Oh well, live and learn. Fortunately I was able to cancel the subscription, but that doesn’t stop the first month payment to go through. Which it did very quickly.
Too much advertising and membership talk…
Okay podcast, but it’s become so focused on discussing membership, and along with too many ads, it’s now hard to listen to.
but cupertino is italian for a small cup right
hi guys, i have been off social media since i moved out of sunnyvale (or a mile north of cupertino) a few years ago, though i go back to see my specialist doc there every few months. anyway while i'm no expert on italian food specifically depending on what transportation and cuisine you can grok, i'd definitely say the nearby shopping plaza on wolfe road with the 99 ranch has a lot of authentic taiwanese, korean, and japanese places that my taiwanese husband used to praise. you can basically go to any of them and if you like either chirashi or pork congee, you'll get something good. we also used to really like the thai restaurant on the corner of el camino real and i think it's matilda street across from the trader joe's. finally, if you've got a way to travel about four miles north, the best restaurants i think are in downtown mountain view, my favorite is little lamb hot pot for well, hot pot, and break fast sandwiches at roger's (also great donuts there but i feel a true american jerk for suggesting donuts and i bet italy has better things that fit that need . but the bagels and egg sandwiches are straight new york deli great). i feel there are a few other places there as well, but these are the ones i can name. oh and there is at least a few "italian" markets named "piazzis" and "zanottos" within a few miles of apple park- i think they are more california half outside grocery's with delicious grilled meats, but hey, it's still pretty good for fresh stuff and the prices are less insane than california in general. anyway, i'll be down there during wwdc getting medical treatment nearby and thinking of all you guys in your vr rigs and flying cars and what not. seriously though mountain view downtown is the best nearby place for a good selection. ps as i know you love the pokémon also, there's a big honking mall nearby called great mall. if you like the pokémon go just go there and you will get a ton of cool ones. i swear every time i end up there and need socks or something i end up at great mall with crazy pokémon stops to help assuage me. peace out from your smaller but not smallest i think fan , fox peterson ,