Melissa and Brian list their favorite animals, with fun facts galore.
Lydia: “(Pointing at object) This?”
Melissa: “That's a stepstool.”
Brian: “That's right! It's called that because Mommy had it before she got married.”
For unlucky number 13, Brian and Melissa reveal the top ten lists that will never appear on the podcast.
The data must flow
Melissa and Brian make their own personal improvements to ten common English idioms and proverbs.
Brian and Melissa list ten authors who work they’re excited to check out.
Podcasting, Start to Finish: How to use a mixer
A mixer (also called a “mixing console” or “mixing board”) is necessary if you record with more than one input, like two microphones or a microphone and an instrument. It can be intimidating to start, so let’s just look at the basics.
She smiled as the sounds of girlish giggles and laughter filtered through the house. Her daughters were having friends over for a sleepover and were thoroughly enjoying themselves. She was glad everything was going so beautifully.
Support Creators: KeePass
You should never reuse a password. That means a different password for every computer and website account you have. If you’re like me, that means over 100 different passwords to keep track of.
Melissa and Brian each tell the ten worst things they’ve swallowed.
He wouldn't know a seal if it came up and honked him on the nose.
Brian and Melissa list ten goals they’d like to accomplish.
S3Stat is ridiculously easy download tracking for Amazon S3
After recently starting our podcast (Ten to One, where we make top ten lists about everything), one of our first questions was: is anyone listening?
Melissa and Brian discuss which actors work they're most interested in watching.
Support Creators: Dan Carlin
I like books, blogs, podcasts, and software. I’ve created some myself (no books, probably never a book). And I like to support people who create things that I like.
Podcasting, Start to Finish: Equipment
Recently we started a podcast: Ten to One, where we make top ten lists about everything (check it out!).
Brian and Melissa find ten books, movies, and TV shows that they think each other would like.
Melissa and Brian tell (and maybe sing a little of) their favorite Veggietales songs.
Melissa and Brian take turns telling stories from the Bible that make them laugh.
If you use Microsoft Word or build websites and have never learned the basics of typography, I’d like you to check out Matthew Butterick’s Practical Typography.
Don't feel judged, feel nudged.
Melissa and Brian discuss the ten villains they love to hate (or just plain hate).
How serious, on a scale from pudding to death?
Number or String?
If a value contains only numeric digits, when should you store it as a number in the database, and when as a string?
Brian and Melissa talk through their top ten podcasts.
The Bible on Broccoli
We're smoking on all cylinders now!
Melissa and Brian each pick their top ten movie musicals.
This week Brian and Melissa each invent ten lame superheroes with lame superpowers. These characters would be right at home on The Tick or Mystery Men.
I like the jib of your chin.
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SILO: Snakes on Sticks
I’ve started bookmarking the interesting Wikipedia articles I stumble on. You’ll see them pop up here with the prefix “SILO”: “Stuff I Learned Online”. Enjoy the tidbits.