On The Verge, Episode 002: John Gruber


We did it again, people: we had a show. On Friday night, Joshua, Nilay, Paul, and Joanna gathered in front of a live, studio audience and had a grand old time. Special guest John Gruber sat down with Josh for an in-depth interview about the tech industry and the future of Apple, Joanna showed Josh a few ways to make Windows more tolerable, Josh got an exclusive look inside Microsoft Research, and Paul shared tales of adventure beyond the studio. And that's just scratching the surface — there's much more in season 1, episode 2 of On The Verge.

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Directed and Produced by: Chad Mumm
Line Producer: Nina Sokoler
Producers: Billy Disney, Jordan Oplinger
Executive Producers: Chad Mumm and Joshua Topolsky

Special Guest: John Gruber
Hosts: Joshua Topolsky, Nilay Patel, Paul Miller, Joanna Stern
DJ: Trent Wolbe

Lighting design: Matt Piercy for Vibrant Design
Video by: All Mobile Video

Audience giveaways provided by ASUS

Guest hotel accommodations provided by Gansevoort Park Hotel, NYC

Opening titles: Misha Shyukin
Music courtesy: ZZK Records and Ghostly
"New Thing" song: "Riki Tiki" by El Remolón

Additional music: "Mux Mool" by Jen and Soda, "Ground Force" by Standby Ghost

Filmed at BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center, New York

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