February 11th, 2008 - by ses5909

Random Bits
Episode 16 – 02/11/2008
Guest: Jonathan Snook, Snook.ca
Background: Internet Entrepreneur, Developer, Ninja level 5
Total Time: 28 minutes

This is part two of my talk with Jonathan Snook. In the first episode, Jonathan and I talk about the technical side of the web — in this episode we talk business and get personal. Jonathan is a partner at Sidebar Creative and of course you can see him on his blog, Snook.ca.

Podcast Highlights

  • 00:09 – What are his software preferences?
  • 05:37 – How did Sidebar Creative come about?
  • 10:42 – How does he define the “new web”?
  • 11:32 – What are some of the biggest mistakes freelancers make?
  • 14:37 – How much time is spent in front of the computer?
  • 15:57 – We talk Microsoft?
  • 19:21 – Does he have performance pressure ;)
  • 23:42 – Random question time!

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2 Responses to “Random Bits Podcast with Jonathan Snook, Part 2”

1 Golgotha

Are you guys kidding me, you can’t SEE the difference in HDTV. It makes a huge difference when watching sports. If you watch a football game in HD for 10 minutes and then switch to non-HD it will almost make you sick. It’s like 1024×768 then switching to 800×600.

Jonathan get a DS it’s perfect for traveling. I travel to San Fran once a month and it helps pass the time.

Hey my wife likes ABBA! Course she’s Swedish so…

Good interview, thanks Snook and Sara

2 seocontest2008

It took me some time before realizing that I needed to listen to something.
Silly me :)

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