Unco

Rank #10 in Gadgets Podcasts
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Unco

By Timothy Buck

Gadgets

The top 10 most popular episodes of Unco.

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11 Ratings
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Not just for technophiles

By rcthompson - Mar 22 2018

Tim’s conversations are informative and relative to those working in the design field as well.

Good Insights

By WesternFly10 - May 15 2018

Every episode is packed full of great content. This is easily my new favorite podcast!

Cover image of Unco
Gadgets

Unco

By Timothy Buck

The top 10 most popular episodes of Unco.

iTunes Rating

11 Ratings
Average Rating
9
2
0
0
0

Not just for technophiles

By rcthompson - Mar 22 2018

Tim’s conversations are informative and relative to those working in the design field as well.

Good Insights

By WesternFly10 - May 15 2018

Every episode is packed full of great content. This is easily my new favorite podcast!

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"Unco" only has a few episodes, which are shown below as released by the author.

Top 10 Episodes of Unco

Rank #1: 022: Apple's 4-Pronged Media Strategy with Eric Young

Jul 10 2018
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Eric Young works in research and strategy for NBCUniversal. His understanding of Hollywood and the media landscape along with his strongly-held views on Apple made for a great conversation about Apple’s media strategy across music, video, news, podcasts and more.

Rank #2: 021: #VoiceFirst with Cassidy Williams

Jul 03 2018
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Cassidy Williams, head of developer voice programs working on Alexa for Amazon. We talked about voice-first user experience, designing voice-first with a screen, building feedback loops into voice-first tools, the future of voice-first computing and more.

Rank #3: 020: The Intersection of Design, Technology and Culture with May-Li Khoe

Jun 26 2018
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May-Li Khoe is the VP of Design at Khan Academy and long-time Apple designer who worked on software for the first iPhone and early stage human interface design research for Force Touch, iPad Mini, iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, HomePod and more.  We had a wonderful discussion about her time at Apple, the intersection of design, technology and culture, dark patterns, design with a capital D, and more.

Rank #4: 019: Techno Villainy with Kelly Guimont

Jun 12 2018
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Kelly Guimont is my special guest this week. We discuss iOS apps on the Mac, Breaking up iTunes, Siri Shortcuts, building tools that can be used for evil and more.

Rank #5: 018: Strategy, Strategy, Strategy with Ryan Jones

Jun 05 2018
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Ryan Jones, founder of Weather Line and Flighty, joined me after the Keynote to discuss Apple’s announcements and what they say about their strategy.

Rank #6: 017: WWDC Predictions with Carolina Milanesi

May 29 2018
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This week I sat down with Carolina Milanesi, an industry analyst at Creative Strategies and regular columnist for Techpinions, TIME, TechCrunch and PC Magazine. We had a lot of fun talking about both what we want and what we expect from Apple at WWDC next week—including Siri as a platform, hardware improvements, Apple in the home, and The Information’s scoop that Apple may be expanding NFC to more than payments.

Rank #7: 016: A Bit of a Privacy Minefield with Paul and Mark Johnson

May 22 2018
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Mark and Paul Johnson are friends of mine and the founders of an education platform company called Pathwright. They joined me to talk about how we see technology impacting education over the next 50 years, how Google Duplex could replace the need for tools like Zapier, the downstream effects of self-driving cars, what we want to see from Apple at WWDC and more.

Rank #8: 015: Building Better Products with Ryan Glasgow

May 15 2018
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The founder of UserLeap and my friend, Ryan Glasgow came on the show this week. We dove deep into how product managers distill user feedback into actionable insights, and we also talked about Twitter upping the character limit, Facebook's mistakes, antitrust, blockchain and more.

Rank #9: 014: Being Yourself is Differentiating with Matt Birchler

May 08 2018
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This week I’m excited to have chatted with Matt Birchler of Birchtree. We discussed how we get our tech news, building a brand on the internet, and what we’ve learned over our many years trying to do just that. Then we closed out the show focusing on shifts in the culture of privacy.

Rank #10: 013: Social Media is a Lie with Georgia Dow

Apr 24 2018
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Georgia Dow brought her unique perspective as both a psychotherapist and a tech writer for iMore to the show. We discussed the intersection of social media and mental health, privacy, the robotpocolypse and more.

Top 10 Episodes of Unco

Rank #1: 022: Apple's 4-Pronged Media Strategy with Eric Young

Jul 10 2018
Podcast cover

Eric Young works in research and strategy for NBCUniversal. His understanding of Hollywood and the media landscape along with his strongly-held views on Apple made for a great conversation about Apple’s media strategy across music, video, news, podcasts and more.

Rank #2: 021: #VoiceFirst with Cassidy Williams

Jul 03 2018
Podcast cover

Cassidy Williams, head of developer voice programs working on Alexa for Amazon. We talked about voice-first user experience, designing voice-first with a screen, building feedback loops into voice-first tools, the future of voice-first computing and more.

Rank #3: 020: The Intersection of Design, Technology and Culture with May-Li Khoe

Jun 26 2018
Podcast cover

May-Li Khoe is the VP of Design at Khan Academy and long-time Apple designer who worked on software for the first iPhone and early stage human interface design research for Force Touch, iPad Mini, iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, HomePod and more.  We had a wonderful discussion about her time at Apple, the intersection of design, technology and culture, dark patterns, design with a capital D, and more.

Rank #4: 019: Techno Villainy with Kelly Guimont

Jun 12 2018
Podcast cover

Kelly Guimont is my special guest this week. We discuss iOS apps on the Mac, Breaking up iTunes, Siri Shortcuts, building tools that can be used for evil and more.

Rank #5: 018: Strategy, Strategy, Strategy with Ryan Jones

Jun 05 2018
Podcast cover

Ryan Jones, founder of Weather Line and Flighty, joined me after the Keynote to discuss Apple’s announcements and what they say about their strategy.

Rank #6: 017: WWDC Predictions with Carolina Milanesi

May 29 2018
Podcast cover

This week I sat down with Carolina Milanesi, an industry analyst at Creative Strategies and regular columnist for Techpinions, TIME, TechCrunch and PC Magazine. We had a lot of fun talking about both what we want and what we expect from Apple at WWDC next week—including Siri as a platform, hardware improvements, Apple in the home, and The Information’s scoop that Apple may be expanding NFC to more than payments.

Rank #7: 016: A Bit of a Privacy Minefield with Paul and Mark Johnson

May 22 2018
Podcast cover

Mark and Paul Johnson are friends of mine and the founders of an education platform company called Pathwright. They joined me to talk about how we see technology impacting education over the next 50 years, how Google Duplex could replace the need for tools like Zapier, the downstream effects of self-driving cars, what we want to see from Apple at WWDC and more.

Rank #8: 015: Building Better Products with Ryan Glasgow

May 15 2018
Podcast cover

The founder of UserLeap and my friend, Ryan Glasgow came on the show this week. We dove deep into how product managers distill user feedback into actionable insights, and we also talked about Twitter upping the character limit, Facebook's mistakes, antitrust, blockchain and more.

Rank #9: 014: Being Yourself is Differentiating with Matt Birchler

May 08 2018
Podcast cover

This week I’m excited to have chatted with Matt Birchler of Birchtree. We discussed how we get our tech news, building a brand on the internet, and what we’ve learned over our many years trying to do just that. Then we closed out the show focusing on shifts in the culture of privacy.

Rank #10: 013: Social Media is a Lie with Georgia Dow

Apr 24 2018
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Georgia Dow brought her unique perspective as both a psychotherapist and a tech writer for iMore to the show. We discussed the intersection of social media and mental health, privacy, the robotpocolypse and more.