October 1, 2005

Interlude... Cocoa Radio call for questions.

Cocoa Radio is going to do an interview of me, so if you have any questions you think would be cool for me to answer on the air, please submit 'em to them. Note that they're not reading my blog, so if you just post 'em here, that won't work. This is another of those "reading counts" moments, like when I said, "I'm considering posting a bounty," and then everyone asked if they'd won the bounty or not.

If, on the other hand, you aren't interested in my opinions on stuff and things, then you should not ask a question, nor listen to the interview. Nor should you read my blog, come to think of it.

Also, in general, if I give advice about women or money, do the exact opposite. In this way, everyone wins.



Blogger moy said...

i've been waiting for this interview, after just finding cocoa radio the other day. so far, the interviews are going well, and since i love the monster. if i can think of some questions, i'll post 'em over there.

October 02, 2005 5:36 AM

Blogger Marcus S. Zarra said...

I look forward to this interview with great anticipation.

Now to think of some questions to post....

October 02, 2005 10:38 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

just a request,
could you by any chance upload some cocoa screen shots here? (or direct me to a site with some)
ive been looking on the web, but couldnt find any good ones.
(if u think im asking this to get a glimpse at your code - im not)

October 02, 2005 2:02 PM

Blogger Marcus S. Zarra said...

Are you lookng for screenshots of source code or applications?

There are tons of screenshots of applications all over the net and there is some very good sample source code on Apple's dev site.

October 02, 2005 2:40 PM

Blogger moy said...

there are screengrabs of d. library on the product site if that's what you're looking for. :)

October 02, 2005 5:14 PM

Blogger Marc Nothrop said...

I'd be interested in your take on Sparkle/Avalon et al, and future API directions for Apple... maybe it would be pure speculation, but that can be a guilty pleasure, sometimes. ;)

...along the lines of Siracusa's blogging of late.

You have a long history with the Cocoa frameworks, and the platform; some annecdotes could be interesting, esp. around Lighthouse, and what became of the rights to their apps (Keynote/Pages/?)

Maybe you could offer a take on the wider implications of the Mac/Intel support, and where do you see OS X going.

That, or some cool shit you've been doing recently. ;)

October 07, 2005 5:46 AM


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