It’s been two weeks since Apple’s 2022 WWDC keynote, so myself and our newest team member, Frazley, sat down to dissect some of the key announcements and the things that really got us excited. Because we’ve had a bit of time to do some more res
In this ‘bumper’ edition of the show, I sat down with Andrew and Paul from the Addict magazines, which are wonderful publications focussing on the Amiga and retro culture and technology in general. As well as talking shop, getting some genuinel
As someone who has a visual impairment, and therefore is technically classed as disabled, accessible technology is something that’s incredibly important to me. So, when I saw a retweet about Enabled Play I reached out to Alex Dunn, their CEO, t
In this episode, it’s my great pleasure to chat with Neil from RMC Retro, the chief Cave Dweller himself. It would be fair to say that my biggest source of retro content has come from other cave dwellers, or those closely associated with the re
In this episode, I talk with network consultant and YouTuber, Cody from MacTelecom Networks who also happens to be Canadian so is typically a nice-guy. Fair warning, there’s an absolute UniFi bias in this episode, but no-one from Ubiquiti has
In this episode, I chat with SquadCast’s co-founder, Zachariah Moreno, about how things got started, what problems SquadCast aims to solve and some of the really cool behind-the-scenes technical details of how shows like Crossed Wires get recor
In this episode, I’m really pleased to introduce Jack to you all. We met through the RMCRetro Discord server and after realising we shared a lot in common I invited Jack to come and join me for a discussion around some of our biggest frustratio
This week, I’m joined by Stu Little, a content creator and former photo journalist who now specialises in content around editing professional video on an iPad using apps like LumaFusion, Node Video, and other great tools.ApplWe talk about the i
After being accused (rightfully so) of crimes against Amiga, my guest Rees of Ctrl-Alt-Rees joins me to talk about his Atari obsession, dive deeper into some of the history of the Atari and how the Amiga very nearly became an Atari product rath
After a bit of a Twitter exchange on the back of some app piracy frustration, I invited James Thomson (best known for his wonderful calculator app, PCalc) to come and chat about all things piracy and app pricing.We take a few tangents down subs
Another episode for your audio enjoyment! Keeping with our retro theme, I talk with YouTuber and RetroHour host, Dan Wood, about all things Amiga.We take a look at the costs, and risks, of purchasing original Amiga hardware today, the upgrades
In our first episode of the new Crossed Wires podcast, James is joined by Stoo Cambridge, most famous for his work on the iconic graphics of Cannon Fodder by Sensible Software. We also talk about the tools available back in the late 80s and ear
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