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Daring Fireball RSS Feed Sponsorships
30 Aug 2015 10:16pm GMT DF’s RSS feed sponsorships are sold out through the end of October, with one exception: next week. If you’ve got a product or service you’d like to promote to DF’s audience, get in touch.  ★ 

Mapbox Mobile
29 Aug 2015 7:44pm GMT My thanks to Mapbox for again sponsoring this week’s DF RSS feed to promote Mapbox Mobile for iOS, their newest open source SDK for adding maps and location to any app. Mapbox comes with beautiful, pixel-perfect vector maps in a variety of styles: detailed streets for navigating cities, terrain for adventuring, and satellite imagery for seeing the world up close. Mapbox’s analytics dashboard provides a continuously updated view of the map usage in your app, from places where your...

The Talk Show: ‘90 Minutes or Bust’
29 Aug 2015 7:40pm GMT Special guest Ben Thompson returns to the show. Topics include: our top complaints about Apple Watch, Apple making a car, the New York Times’s profile of Amazon’s work culture, and more. Brought to you by these great sponsors: Harry’s: High-quality shaving products. Use the promo code “talkshow” to save $5 off your first purchase. Casper: An obsessively engineered mattress at a shockingly fair price. Save $50 off any mattress with promo code...

Reading the Apple Event Tea Leaves With Actual Witches
28 Aug 2015 7:51pm GMT Katie Notopoulos, writing for BuzzFeed: When Apple sends out invitations to its events, like the one coming up on Sept. 9, the tech press loves to try to “read the tea leaves” in a search for clues as to what will be announced. But what the hell do a bunch of tech bloggers know about divination? In order to find out what’s really going to happen at the Sept. 9 Apple event, you need someone who can actually read tea leaves. Professional journalists are useless at this. So I...

Apple Is About to Lay Down Its TV Cards
28 Aug 2015 5:53pm GMT Matthew Panzarino: Some very smart people I’ve been talking to suggest that, by building a platform, Apple is generating leverage that it can use to great effect in these negotiations. A mid-market breakout box offering is one thing, but a huge, rumbling platform with an upward trajectory of living-room dominating apps and third-party content is another beast. If, obviously if, Apple is successful with the Apple TV, it could be in a position to dominate content in a way that no other...

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