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Minecraft is as beautiful to play as it is fun. But to build beautiful things in Minecraft you must first understand how to manipulate blocks within the world. Doc walks us through the creation of beautiful things within Minecraft. Full episode: http://kpnt.co/KqsDMc
In which Marc and Dan and joined by Julie Zeveloff of Business Insider for a discussion on hipsters, kinda. While we had a lively talk, most discussion fizzled with a, "huh…" In other words, it was oddly difficult to parse beyond the superficial and our recording suffered as a result. This certainly the most odd episode of a KoPoint podcast to-date. We apologize for the humorously truncated nature of this episode. - DHP Full episode: http://kpnt.co/IKlO7O
CISPA: What's in the bill? How does it work? Who's for it and who's against it? The Report talks CISPA with The Talk Radio News Service congressional correspondent Justin Duckham. Full Story: http://kpnt.co/JQGhL7
The Report, EP 002 - Interview by Dan Patterson A New Domain's Gina Smith (http://anewdomain.net) meets Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak for burgers in San Francisco. In this episode she hands the phone to KoPoint's Dan Patterson (http://kopoint.com) for a quick chat about what Steve loves about his Nokia Lumia and other mobile devices.
Stuart Tracte talks with Phil Thomas DiGiulio, founder at WelcomeMat and Katie Smith Adair, VP at Sonar. Episode Link: http://bit.ly/BDEP98 Originally recorded: April 23, 2012 at KoPoint Studios in NYC. This week, Stuart Tracte talks with Katie Smith Adair of Sonar & Phil Thomas Di Giulio of WellcomeMat. Topics include cellphone induced behavior, how to design products for the “every-man”, the pitfalls of being “hot,” and more. You can find all of this week’s topics at http://bit.ly/Beer98 Visit KoPoint to learn about everything we’re working on.
Welcome to the KoPoint debut of the Big Apple Apps, the show dedicated to iOS applications and development! This week, Brian and Pablo join the KoPoint family! Recorded at the KoPoint Studios, south of Houston Street in NYC, the App Guys discuss what Apple’s Q2 results mean for developers, Phil Schiller quitting Instagram over Android, the first app developed on an iPad, Objective-C Literals in Mountain Lion’s Xcode release, speculation that the 17-inch Macbook Pro is on the chopping block, IKEA’s new television and eating meatballs. Yum. More at http://kopoint.com
From A New Domain: http://anewdomain.net and @KoPoint. It's The Report with +Dan Patterson and +Gina Smith for April 24, 2012. It's the day in tech -- tech news and geek culture. Today, we're talking Planetary Resources and its Arkyd space mining craft, the news around Google Drive and more. Pictured below, it's the Arkyd Series 300 Rendezvous Prospector -- one of a series of craft tech billionaires announced at a huge unveiling of Planetary Resources today. Our Todd Townsend joins us to talk about the details.
To celebrate the launch of the graphic novel Harvey Pekar's CLEVELAND http://www.topshelfcomix.com/catalog/cleveland/767, edited by KoPoint Comic Book Show co-host Jeff Newelt, the KoPoint team (Jon Lazar, Dan Patterson, & Newelt) dedicated its 4th episode to Pekar as well as non-fiction comics in general. We welcomed our first guest, Dean Haspiel (http://deanhaspiel.com) who illustrated Pekar's The Quitter + multiple American Splendor stories and recently launched multimedia salon Trip City http://tripcity.net
In episode four of KoPoint News Marc Lizoain of Urtak http://urtak.com and Dan Patterson of KoPoint http://kopoint.com discuss the recent violence. The discussion starts with a brief modern history of Syria as well as background on the Arab Spring. Marc and Dan spend much of the episode debating the morality of military intervention in conflict zones like Syria. For more information visit http://news.kopoint.com and follow @KoPoint on Twitter. Thanks.
In this episode host Stuart Tracte http://twitter.com/stwo talks tech with iOS developers and soon-to-be-KoPoint-contributors Pablo Quinteros https://twitter.com/pabloquinteros and Brian Papa https://twitter.com/bpapa. Full Episode Link: http://beerdiplomacytv.com/2012/04/19/ep97-the-big-apple-app-show/ **A Note About The Audio: KoPoint works hard to consistently release high-quality audio programs. Some times we mess up. During the taping of this episode the default audio input settings changed and we failed to record warm, crisp audio from our microphones. However, an ambient room mic caught the conversation. This audio is an edit of our recovered audio. Our sincere apologies. - DHP Originally recorded: April 16, 2012 at KoPoint Studios in NYC In this episode host Stuart Tracte talks tech with iOS developers and soon-to-be-KoPoint-contributors Pablo Quinteros and Brian Papa. Topics can be found at http://bit.ly/Beer97 **A Note About The Audio: KoPoint works hard to consistently release high-quality audio programs. Some times we mess up. During the taping of this episode the default audio input settings changed and we failed to record warm, crisp audio from our microphones. However, an ambient room mic caught the conversation. This audio is an edit of our recovered audio. Our sincere apologies. – DHP Check out ALL of the KoPoint family of shows at Soundcloud Tags: Beer Diplomacy, Big Apple App Show, Brian Papa, KoPoint, Pab Quinteros, Pablo Quinteros, politics, Stuart Tracte This entry was posted on Thursday, April 19th, 2012 at 12:29 pm and is filed under Video . You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
Loren Feldman presents '1938 News,' a tech and culture aggregation. Loren talks at great volume with Stuart Tracte of Beer Diplomacy, and Dan Patterson of @KoPoint about the rebirth of audio. More info at http://1938news.com.
In this episode of the KoPoint Comic Book Show Jeff Newelt, Jon Lazar, and Dan Patterson tackle the phenomenon of mainstream 'event books.' From Avengers vs. X-Men to the New 52 to the Dark Phoenix Saga the KoPoint round table For more information visit http://comics.kopoint.com and follow @KoPoint on Twitter.
In the third episode of KoPoint News (http://news.kopoint.com) Dan (http://danpatterson.com) and Marc (http://urtak.com) are joined by legal expert and former CIA field officer Jack Rice (http://jackrice.org). The subject of discussion ranges from extraordinary rendition to Hollywood film to the Supreme Court's consideration of the Affordable Care Act. And no episode of KoPoint News is complete without a sharp disagreement about baseball.
In this episode our intrepid host Stuart Tracte runs through the week's news with W. Kamau Bell and Baratunde Thurston from the @KoPoint studio. Show link: http://beerdiplomacytv.com/2012/04/11/ep96-dont-trust-white-people-with-your-money/ Originally recorded: April 9, 2012 at KoPoint Studios Your host: Stuart Tracte This week's guests: W. Kamau Bell & Baratunde Thurston, with welcome interruptions by Dan Patterson This week's topics: http://bit.ly/Beer96 This week on Beer Diplomacy we discussed racist mistakes by white people, Twitter spam, journalistic integrity, and political theater. We also celebrated the recent successes of BOTH our guests. Keep up with W. Kamau Bell at http://GoodShowNegro.com and with Baratunde Thurston at http://Baratunde.com Beer Diplomacy is a news and politics talk program hosted weekly by Stuart Tracte for KoPoint. For more information visit http://kopoint.com and http://beerdiplomacytv.com. Thanks!
In this episode Jeff Newelt, Jon Lazar, and Dan Patterson try to make sense of the industry of comic book news. KoPoint's round-table panel talk about tabloids and magazine stands, Wizard Magazine, and the social web. KoPoint Comics is a weekly round-table talk show about comic books. For more information visit http://comics.kopoint.com and follow us on Twitter @KoPoint. Thanks!