This week’s episode of Aftertaste was a bit shorter than most WP Late Night after shows, but that’s because there are technically two after shows this week. The first is the one you’re used to, and the second is the recording that took place in a Google Hangout. Both are embedded below.
Listen in to the first half of the after show:
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Further links you might want:
You can watch the hangout video after the jump.
This episode of Aftertaste followed up this week’s episode of the WPCandy Podcast with Brian Krogsgard and I. We caught up a bit since, well, we haven’t done a podcast in a long time. We also chatted about our picks for the week.
Listen in if you like hearing us jabber on:
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This episode of Aftertaste follows the continuing discussions of WP Late Night #21 with special guest Drew Strojny. We spoke more about themes, as you might expect, and more about the process behind designing and building Twenty Twelve.
You’re welcome to listen in, of course:
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Now I would never make the argument that grand, all-important discussion takes place during our podcast aftershows. Let’s face it — they are unplugged and unplanned. But in this case, I do have to warn you: a good deal of this Aftertaste episode is devoted to typing tests and races.
You’ve been warned.
This episode immediately took place after last week’s Speaking in Cursive episode.
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Helen Hou-Sandí stuck around an extra few minutes after WP Late Night and recorded a few off-the-cuff discussions with Brad and I. I introduced my new (and still in development) drinking game, we discussed the pros and cons of a periscope in a two story home — and I couldn’t possibly think of anything else that would entice you to listen to this episode of Aftertaste more than those two things.
We hope you enjoy listening to it as much as we enjoyed recording it.
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True to form, last night’s episode of Aftertaste surpassed WP Late Night in length,
class guests, and entertainment-per-minute. Your WP Late Night experience really isn’t complete without the Aftertaste, right?
Last night we were joined by special (and unplanned) guests Scott Kingsley Clark of Pods Framework fame, and Brian Richards who is working to organize WordCamp Grand Rapids at the moment.
Have a listen:
Last night’s Aftertaste (following WP Late Night #15) was a lot of fun when Mika Epstein (known within the community as Ipstenu) joined the crew to discuss volunteering in the WordPress support forums.
What would an episode of WP Late Night be without a solid dose of Aftertaste? This week we also had a lot of fun chatting with Aaron Jorbin, who called in about fifty minutes in and talked with Dre and I for a bit.
Show notes are just after the jump.
We’re really getting used to our longer after shows. In this one Brad, Dre and I stick around and chat about the last few WordPress stories we noticed this week. Give it a listen if you just can’t get enough WP Late Night.
This episode of Aftertaste, which will forever be known as “the party in Dre’s room”, took place immediately after episode #12 of WP Late Night. We talked about the stuff we didn’t have time to get to during the show proper, and were even joined by additional guests in Dre’s room before the show finished up.