Rob and the guys have been busy cleaning house and merging businesses.
Kevin gets a little crazy with the English language. Apparently he likes to verb his nouns.
This episode the hosts discuss mergers and acquisitions. I’ll just cut right to it; Jeremy is going to be joining Kevin and James at their company.
They just dropped that on the listening audience and Rob at the same time.
Kevin and James discuss acquring Ninja Forms plugins from collaborating developers as well as other software products within the WordPress space.
Jeremy talks about purchasing coffee businesses and merging those with a software company, which makes perfect sense.
Jeremy recommends that you watch Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown episode about Houston, Texas. Normally, I’d make a joke here at Jeremy’s expense, but this is a very good episode of a very good show. If I asked right now what you know about Houston, you’d probably mention NASA or the Rockets basketball team or the Texans football team. Bourdain dives into the culture and diversity of eastern Texas in a way that you don’t always see. If you haven’t seen it, you should.
Kevin recommends a podcast called In Our Time by BBC Radio 4. If you love to listen to old British people talk about history, you should check out this show. Personally, I think it’s really, really boring. Also, does Kevin need to take every opportunity to mention that he likes history and went to grad school? We get it, sheesh. If you wanted people to know that badly, you should have finished the PhD.
James recommends an app for your mobile device called Google Photoscan that lets you take a picture of a picture so that you can archive older, analog photos.
Rob recommends a podcast about two dudes who answer a random Craiglist ad and wind up doing a grown-up scavenger hunt. I know that sounds like the opening to a made for TV movie starring Liam Neeson, but Project SSA is about adventure and exploration. Adventure comes to those that say yes, or something like that.