Panic Podcast

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An act of social media spite, an unlikely friendship, and a lot of fast food coupons. How did signing up for a Twitter account to do support lead to an odd and endearing relationship… and whatever happened to the cardboard friends we made along the way? Show Notes Panic's Twitter Carl's Jr.'s Twitter Donold Duck's Twitter Eat the Ball Burnside, our tweet-to-email gateway A Twitter thread about the chef checks Related images and more Episode transcript
How the Nokia N-Gage failed so spectacularly that it became a meme before social media really existed. And what that has to do with Panic, exactly. Show Notes Sidetalkin.com Sidetalking.com The Nokia N-Gage on Wikipedia The N-Gage website as it appeared in April 2004 Sidetalking on Know Your Meme "No More Sidetalking" Nokia N-Gage QD commercial Chris Kohler Alex Pasco Ola Carlsson Chris Morris Jussi Solja Gedeon Maheux K. Mike Merrill Iconfactory The Sexy Beast KMikeyM Episode transcript Related images and more
It's a lovely morning in the village, and you are a horrible goose. How did four-person indie game studio House House create the anti-hero internet sensation that honked its way into our hearts in 2019? And how did a small-ish company on the other side of the world – one known primarily for making Mac and iOS software – come to be the publisher of that game? Show Notes House House Untitled Goose Game Préludes by Claude Debussy Panic's booth at PAX West 2018 and 2019 Episode transcript
How did a fierce competition with a rival lead Steven Frank and Cabel Sasser to make a life-changing decision in a meeting with one of their biggest idols... and one of their arch nemeses? Show Notes Capture of the Audion Faces page from February 2001 Cabel's 2004 blog post on the story (and retirement) of Audion Welcome to Macintosh Episode 12: Don't Panic SoundJam MP Casady & Greene Felt Tip Software Jeremy Bailey on Twitter Jake Rodkin on Twitter Wade Cosgrove on Twitter Dan Messing on Twitter Michael Buckley’s website Try the Audion web player built by Michael Buckley Episode transcript
Most of us remember the iPhone app store launch in 2008 and the iPhone app gold rush that followed. Indie developers flocked to the platform, all determined to build a breakout app that would earn them millions. And pretty soon that gold rush… turned into a brown rush. Enter Panic, with a ridiculous novelty app and an elaborate fake backstory for a German company that didn't exist. Show Notes Twitterrific 2008 Apple Design Awards Chevy's Daring Fireball The Coding Monkeys Idle Thumbs Overcast Episode transcript
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Podcast Details

Started
Jan 15th, 2020
Latest Episode
Mar 3rd, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
4
Avg. Episode Length
40 minutes
Explicit
No

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