Shawn and I discuss his new book: Delight is in the Details. We hear what it was like to plan, build, and publish this huge endeavor. Shawn shares the personal and creative challenges he encountered, and what he did to overcome them. Oh, and we hear what key motivators led him to take his website full-time.
Former Apple employee, Jonathan Campbell, works at the PACER Center in Minneapolis: a nonprofit organization championing for people with learning disabilities. Jonathan equips both children and adults with truly life-enriching technology. As you'll see, his work is emotionally moving and intellectually intriguing. Tune in!
(Huge applogies this week are in order because I neglected to check my mic and recorded with my iMac's microphone. Jonathan's audio sounds fantastic though.)
Chris Gonzales, author of Unretrofied and contributor to Tools and Toys, joins Rick this week. We discuss the tension of running a website alongside a full-time day job, his current project of interviewing his tech heros, and what it's like for Chris to live in an iOS only household.
Founder of Sweating Commas, Jason Rehmus joins me this week to chat about the genesis of his new company. Not only do we learn why bloggers need an editor, but we also catch Jason's ulterior motive for creating this business: he can work from anywhere in the country, even a National Park.