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Guest Co-hosting with Web Weekly

May 28, 2011

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Web Weekly is a podcast from my friend Kevin Dees and his co-host, the ever-snarky, Jonas Flint.

And I guess since I tend to go well with snark, Kevin and Jonas have twice asked me to join the podcast as a guest co-host.

#38: Working from Home

For Web Weekly's latest episode, Kevin was absent, so Jonas invited me and the I–don't–know–how–she–does–it–all Candi Ligutan to co-host.

In this episode, we start with Web Weekly's regular "quick links" segment, where we share interesting and useful resources we all found recently. But then we turned to the main theme: working from home.

If you work from home or are considering it, have a listen. Jonas, Candi and myself each offer a slightly different take on the benefits and challenges of working from home.

#31: Semantics, Microformats & POSH, Oh My!

My other stint as a Web Weekly co-host was back in March (I know, I know. I'm fucking behind in everything these days). For this episode, I joined Kevin and Jonas for a discussion about microformats and the importance of semantics.

If you don't already subscribe to Web Weekly, definitely check it out.

And thanks to Kevin and Jonas for the invitations!

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