Jared White
Writer. Musician. Open Web Advocate. Programmer. Designer. Sci-Fi Nerd. Family Man.

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The Jared White Show

A curated celebration of the artform that is the web. A weekly perspective on how individuals have the power to spark open and free communication and innovation online. Hosted by Jared White.

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The Jared White Show

A Window into the Digital World

In today’s episode, Jared dives right into the latest Apple iPad Pro rumors, muses on the applicability of Universal Basic Income, throws shade on Google’s Pixel 3 XL and Pixel Slate, and shares a couple of projects he’s been working on. Just another fine day here on The Jared White Show.

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The Jared White Show

Mastodon’s Moment

Never fear, Professor Jared is here! You will learn all about Mastodon, the hot new social networking platform that is exploding in popularity and giving Twitter a run for its money. What makes Mastodon so exciting is it’s not a single commercial service run by a corporation—it’s simply open source software using open protocols that anyone can install on their own server. Just like email isn’t owned by any one company (you can email me and I can email you and we’re not all forced to use Gmail for example), federated social networks allow online messaging and following/follower relationships to work much like Twitter but using the beauty and power of the open web.

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Fast and Snappy

In today’s episode, Jared is excited to announce Posture: a Better Way to Engage the News—a software product he’s been developing since the beginning of the year. It’s currently in beta testing, and you can sign up now to try it out for free! Also: how to reach 100,000 subscribers on YouTube, the cosmic balance between work and rest, the Summer of Marvel, and so much more!

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Make It So, Number One

In this episode, Jared talks about his first experience using Apple laptops in the early days of Mac OS X, and what Apple needs to do now to simplify its consumer laptop product line and offer a “Mac for the masses” just like the original iBook. Also, Star Trek’s Captain Jean-Luc Picard will return, Patreon buys a Memberful, and the origin of the hashtag. All this and more on The Jared White Show.

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The Jared White Show

I Hope I’m Pronouncing This Right

The first annual summer book giveaway is here! Enter to win your choice of So Good They Can’t Ignore You or Deep Work, both by Cal Newport. Details in the show (just a minute or so in). Also in this episode, Apple iBooks is changing to just Apple Books in iOS 12, even tech workers can’t afford to buy now in San Francisco, letting go of past regrets, and more!

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Same Ol’ Ethan

Nothing is too impossible here on The Jared White Show as we tirelessly embark on the mission of recording new episodes every week! That’s right—on today’s show, Jared reviews the blockbuster hit Mission: Impossible - Fallout and comments on the epic score by Lorne Balfe. Plus a close look at “van life” YouTubers, e-scooters on the streets of Portland, Millenials’ obsession with plants (who knew?), and more!

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The Jared White Show

Life’s White Space

Jared’s ready to do nothing, and we have to wait for the leaf blower to stop! Also, remembering the life of comic book movie pundit Jon Schnepp (may he rest in peace), a look at historical studio gear that came to define modern music, WebVR, and a whole lot more.

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The Jared White Show

A Rather Odd Character Named Anonymous

In this episode, Jared explains why the show almost never happened in the first place and why excuses are the enemy of action. Plus a hands-on overview of the new MacBook Pros from Apple with improved butterfly mechanism keyboards, how news curation on major media platforms is threatening the open web, the brutalism movement in design, and more!

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The Jared White Show

The Year Was 1994

The year was 1994. Dial-up modems ruled. Netscape Navigator had not even been released yet. The only browser anyone had heard of was called Mosaic. Trumpet Winsock was how people got online with Windows 3.1. 1994: the year Jared White first logged on to the internet.

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Nostalgia Café

Somehow on today’s show we end up waxing nostalgic about the Sci-Fi of youth: namely, Babylon 5 and Star Trek: The Next Generation. But don’t worry, there’s also plenty to look forward to, such as throwing off the shackles of our corporate web overlords and embracing the scrappy technology of the IndieWeb. (Recent rebel activity was spotted on the surface of the planet Earth, in the city known as Portland in the state of Oregon.)

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Always in Haste, Never in a Hurry

A man of rituals (but not the kind that involve funny hats and long robes), Jared in this episode talks about identifying and honoring daily routines that make us happy, how to create digital experiences that are ethical and respect users, minimalism, freedom from slavery, and the opposite of that—aka Jeff Sessions’ un-Christian separation of children from their familes. Just another day on The Jared White Show!

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The Jared White Show

WWDC What Apple Did

In this episode, it’s all Apple all the time! Its big annual developer conference, WWDC 2018, just kicked off and we get to talk about all the goodies and exciting announcements from Apple and third party app creators around the world. Join me as we dive into yesterday’s keynote and discover what’s new for iOS, macOS, and all the rest.

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