My podcast, Enough, has finally come to an end after 225 episodes. There are many reasons for it’s ending but the main one is that I felt that we had covered just about everything that could be covered with the deeper ideas and topics I wanted to explore there.
On the the final show, Myke mentioned that he was not sure all of the episodes would remain available as they currently are. Hosting and maintenance costs for a dead show were prohibitive. We gave our listeners permission to come up with ways to download and share the episodes if they wished.
Therefore, it was really nice of Robert Wall of Untitled Minimalism to put together an archive and torrent of all 225 episodes and make it publicly available. I’m currently downloading and seeding it and others are doing the same. I’m very proud of the body of work that was created there and feel it is all part of what we believe in. Go grab it and share.
I want to thank everyone of our listeners from the past couple of years. But I also want to especially thank my friend, podcast partner, host, and all around lovely chap Myke Hurley for making the whole thing possible and showing up to chat with me for over two years.
Minimal Mac: What We Believe In, the new and updated version of the Minimal Mac book, is now available. This new version has been completely revised, reformatted, recompiled for ePub, Kindle (.mobi), and a PDF version is now included. In addition, I have curated and added the very best essays and quotes that have come out since the first release of the book through today. The book now clocks in at over 40,000 words and includes writing from over 4 years of Minimal Mac.
It is available starting today for $10.00. Your purchase helps support the site and is very much appreciated.
So, here’s the deal. I am currently working on an update to Minimal Mac: What We Believe In — the eBook which collects the very best posts from the site from the beginning to now. It really is the very best way to catch up on what you’ve missed. The new version is being updated with the best posts and essays that have been written since the initial release (over a year and a half of stuff). It saves those who buy it the work of having to go through 2,300 posts themselves for the best posts — I’ve done that work for you.
The current version is only $5.00. That said, going through the several thousand posts and the amount and quality of the updated collection (over 40,000 words) I feel justifies a new higher price. I haven’t decided what that will be yet, but I hope to have the new version out by early next week.
That said, anyone who has purchased it before the release will get the updated version for free. So, if you would like to get it at the current price, I suggest acting now.
Day One is one of my favorite apps and it just got a huge update in time for Mavericks. I find it a useful, purposeful, and meaningful app. You don’t find those every day.