Daniel is joined by Marco Arment of Marco.org. Marco also founded The Magazine and Instapaper, each of which he sold off earlier this year. Previously, he was the co-developer and first employee of Tumblr.
- @marcoarment – Marco’s Twitter account.
- marco.org – Marco’s personal site.
- Accidental Tech Podcast – Marco’s podcast with Casey Liss and John Siracusa.
- I’d Tumbl For You – My October, 2008 post lamenting Tumblr’s inadequate API.
- Marco’s Apology – Marco responds to my blog post with a brief, professional apology.
- Marco’s 2006 Resume – Marco’s recent post linking to his 2006-era resume.
- 3-2-1 Contact – PBS program and affiliated magazine from which Marco learned Basic programming.
- QBasic – Microsoft’s Basic programming language.
- BMW Welt Delivery – Program through which Americans can purchase and pick up a new BMW car in Germany.
- Allegheny College – Marco’s alma mater.
- Phi Delta Theta Allegheny – The fraternity chapter that Marco helped to revive.
- IBM Infosphere – The current incarnation of Vivisimo, the Pittsburgh company where Marco started his career.
- Davidville – Remnant of David Karp’s company, now Tumblr.
- Ultimate Bulletin Board – The bulletin board software Marco enjoyed with his friends in high school.
- Daring Fireball – John Gruber’s site.
- Neutral – The twelve-episode car-oriented podcast.
- Core Intuition 91 – Episode where Manton Reece talks about leaving Heroku for a more portable, affordable server solution.
- The One-Person Product – Marco reflects on the history of Tumblr and what the sale means to him.
- Stripe – A payment processing company with great developer-oriented technology and policy.
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