A walkthrough on using the iOS app Workflow to huffduff audio files from just about any app.
I really enjoyed chatting with the guys on the The Dirt podcast about progressive enhancement, but my goodness; it certainly sounds like I need to switch to decaf! Yappity-yapity-yap!
I had the great honour of being invited to speak on the 200th edition of the Working Draft podcast (there are a few sentences in German at the start, and then it switches into English).
I had a lot of fun talking about indie web building blocks (rel=me, indieauth, webmention, h-entry, etc.). Best of all, while I was describing these building blocks, one of the hosts started implementing them!
Here’s a fun little interview I did recently, mostly about work stuff. It’s available for your huffduffing pleasure.
One thing that really bothers me is the way I repeatedly said “guys” to refer to my colleagues at Clearleft. I must stop doing that.
This was a fun podcast—myself and Cyd from Code For America talk to Karen and Ethan about how we worked together. Good times.
The audio is available for your huffduffing pleasure.
All the audio from this year’s dConstruct. Each and every one of these talks is worth listening to …more than once.
Thoughtful, mind-expanding, brain-blowing stuff.
Unfinished Business special: Rumpus On The Planet Of The Apes with Brendan Dawes and Jeremy Keith on Huffduffer
This was a lot of fun for us. It might even be fun to listen to.
If you haven’t seen Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes, then listen ye not—this is a spoilerific podcast episode.
Chase Reeves likes Huffduffer so much, he made a video about it.
I had a lot of fun chatting with Andrew on his podcast. Yes, it’s a rambling affair but it’s worth sticking with it—we get really stuck in to some thorny questions about design and advertising.
Here’s the chat I had with Jen and Doug about the prospect of DRM in browsers.
A quick little introduction to Huffduffer.
Great suggestions from Dave for podcasters keen on allowing easier sharing.
Oh, how I wish Soundcloud would do this and be less of an audio roach motel!
Here’s a nice write-up of Huffduffer:
I don’t think Huffduffer is for everyone, and I don’t think Instapaper or Read it later services is for everyone. But if you are the kind of person that subscribe to a show just to listen to some or very few episodes, then huffduffer might be something for you.
Get these down your earholes!
Remy has huffduffed all the audio from this year’s Full Frontal conference.
I had a lot of fun chatting with Jen on this week’s episode of The Web Ahead. Wind me up and let me loose; I ended up rambling on about blogging, the indie web movement, progressive enhancement, and just about everything in between.
A report from the BBC on this year’s Brighton Digital Festival including interviews with Honor, Timo, and Seb.
This slipped past me somehow: a review of Huffduffer by Jason Snell for Macworld.
Thanks, Jason! Glad you like it.
A look at how Huffduffer-style forms might improve “conversion”.
Whatever. Let’s face it: it’s just quite nice when a form isn’t just your typical form (which this article makes a good point of mentioning):
Where the traditional sign up form is a regular, everyday brown cow, the mad lib form is a purple cow - a shiny object. We’re naturally easily distracted by, and drawn to, what’s new or out of the ordinary! Take advantage of that.
All the talks from this year’s excellent Full Frontal conference in Brighton, available in audio form for your huffduffing pleasure.
This makes me so happy! Matt is using Huffduffer. Specifically, Matt is using Huffduffer together with Instacast and this is how he’s doing it.
A good overview of making Huffduffer play nicely with podcasting software on iOS.
Huffduffer is a niche tool that, for me, solves a recurring problem. I can now save episodes from any device without having to subscribe to an entire show if I’m just interested in a a single episode.
This is so cool! A short screencast about Huffduffer.
I’ve been huffduffing some of the best talks from this year’s South by Southwest—some I saw, some I missed. Subscribe to the podcast feed if you want to catch up with them at your leisure.
A nice succinct description of Huffduffer. Lovely.
I love this little story of small pieces of the internet loosely joining together: NPR, Twitter, Downcast and Huffduffer.
Perfect seasonal entertainment. Perfect.
Another satisfied convert to the world of huffduffing, Joel has written some very kind words about the site.
Interestingly, the fact that Huffduffer is free worries him. In this case his fears are unwarranted but it’s a legitimate worry with free services: what if it gets bought out and shut down?
A nice Huffduffer-style mad libs form gives this registration form a friendly quality.
A classic (very) short science fiction story that posits an interesting solution to the Fermi paradox.
Use Huffduffer directly in Google Reader and on your Android Phone | Frankie – Award winning Art Director
How cool is this‽ You can create your own custom “huffduff it” link for items in Google Reader.
In which I answer some questions about the making of Huffduffer.
The Google voicemail transcript, which begins at 11 minutes in, cracked me up.
It turns out my Boolean URL tag hacking in Huffduffer is answering a real need: Will Myddelton had already put the same functionality together using Yahoo Pipes.
A Huffduffer extension for Chrome — thanks to Jeremy Carbaugh.
I’ll be adding a link to this from the footer of Huffduffer for Chrome users.
A nice description of how to use Huffduffer to manage newly found music.
A rip-o...— I mean, another form inspired by Huffduffer.
An interesting proposal for a Huffduffer-style mad-libs ad-posting form for Craigslist.
An examination of websites behaving conversationally, including Huffduffer.
A nice write-up of Huffduffer from Maximum PC.
Another Huffduffer-style sign-up form, this time from the good folks at Automattic. Very cute.
Some Ruby on Rails code for enhancing sign-up forms using Google's Social Graph API, inspired by Huffduffer.
Thanks to the brilliant Glenn Jones, there is now a Firefox plug-in for Huffduffer. Right-click on a link to an audio file and select "Huffduff it" and you will get the pre-filled Huffduffer form in a pop-up window.
Nice Huffduffer-style contact form.
The sign up process is using the Huffduffer model. Good to see more human forms in the wild.
This single issue is what's stopping me using the HTML 5 audio element on Huffduffer.
Ariel talks about labours of love; pico projects; £5 apps; call them what you will.
A huffduffer plugin for Ubiquity: "This simple script allows you to huff duff any mp3 file simple by invoking Ubiquity and typing 'huff-duff-it'."