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As the iPhone and iPad have become more full-featured, the software that runs them has gotten more complex and powerful. This time, David and Stephen run though a whole bunch of their favorite ways to get more out of these devices.
Audio description – the process of explaining aspects of the visual world for the benefit of people with blindness or visual impairments, is usually a one-directional process, where the describer explains and the listener consumes. But a pair of podcasters wanted to make the process more dynamic, giving the AD consumer a way to ask questions about what the describer sees. I'm talking with the hosts of Talk Description to Me.
John gets quizzed on abbreviations as Merlin revisits his early career working for The Man. California has a lot of things you're not allowed to buy. Then, there's some haircut updates plus some quick advice on knowing when to take a break. Merlin thinks just ""wearing a mask"" doesn't make you a good boy, and John thinks he's pretty good about picking up Daisy's poo from the landing strip or whatever it's called. As a mini-topic, John brings a fascinating mystery involving cars, hairs, and an unexpected new dining spot. There is some disagreement over who chose the main topic of Christmas tree stands, but you could not have picked two better people to review their history, materials, design flaws, and improvement opportunities. Merlin makes a case for leveraging _The Economics of More Fun_, and John tries to make him feel bad about his new TV. [This is false. –Ed] Finally, terrible TV features are enumerated and decried. (_Recorded on Tuesday, January 12, 2021_)
We're all playing more games right now, what are they? Also, what are we looking forward to?
Andy and Flo lament about internet caps and other things out of their control. We discuss why Google is investigating another one of its top AI ethicists and how ex-Google engineer, Anthony Levandowski, got off scot-free for spilling trade-secrets. We opine on the future of Wear OS now that the Fitbit acquisition is finalized.
We're sounding the ALLEGED APPLE RUMORS KLAXON once again! And this new Macbook spoiler is maybe the most exciting one we've ever heard. Then Christina reviews her new e-ink reader, and Bri rewires a whole Porsche.
Events have come and gone over the past two weeks – so let's break down all of the S21 news, and interesting announcements from CES.
This week, the guys plan the WWDC Olympics, talk about what's inside the AirPods Max and what the future of the Mac Pro may look like. Lastly, a report about folding iPhones is considered.
Our top-two streaming media services, our thoughts on MagSafe returning to the Mac, gadgets we think still need work, and what we use instead of Instagram, Oculus, and WhatsApp.
It’s new notebook day for Brad, and there are many great reasons as to why. We also discuss Retro 51 sale news, and dig into a big batch of #ASKTPA.
Copying someone else's work as a learning exercise, and the tricky balance between copying and inspiration.
Goals are great, but they aren't enough. In this episode, David & Mike talk about how roles & goals work together and how the hats that you decide to wear are the real foundation of a solid personal productivity system.
This time, Quinn and Stephen look back — in 3D! — at the Amazon Fire Phone. Between its operating system, unusual gesture system and a price that was way too high, it was dead on arrival. After that, the guys go shopping for each other, picking out some unusual products that bear Amazon's name today.
Special guest Trent Walton joins the show. He's the founder of Austin, Texas-based design agency Paravel. We discuss how to develop strong, long-term relationships with clients.
If reports are to be believed, 2021 is shaping up to be a year where the Mac takes two steps forward--but only after taking one step back. We analyze the rumors of new MacBook Pros, iMacs, and Mac Pros. A new Apple display? The death of the Touch Bar? Magsafe returns to the Mac? Is it 2015 again or are we just dreaming?
Writer and lawyer Jeff Richardson returns to the show to update Stephen and David on how he's working at a 12.9-inch iPad Pro most of the time, even when needing to use Windows.
Grey has been moving everything around, Myke is trying to manage stock, and they both have guidance to give on Yearly Themes.
In this episode, David and Rosemary attempt to automate as much communication as possible, from email to messages and TextExpander to Shortcuts and Drafts, there's plenty of ways to get stuck in!
Why did Google Maps bother showing us our stats from the year prior? Doesn't it know we want to leave it behind? Andy tells us why he's flirting with Stadia, just as LG announces it's bundling the cloud gaming platform with its TVs. We discuss why Google is pausing political advertising for the month and whether there were any worthy announcements from this year's virtual CES. Then briefly, a bit on the Assistant's new Guest Mode.
This week we give updates on the Parler situation, and Christina's long-awaited AirPods Max review! And in exciting news: It's CES week, and this might be our favorite CES ever! Finally, our most-demanded update in Rocket history for dessert. Yep… it's the Cellmate hack.
Myke, Tom, and Dan discuss updates to Mark Two, the new MagSafe Material Docks, and the updated Theme System Journal. Then, a new segment, Dan’s Shower Thoughts.
This week, the guys gather to discuss Apple's new Racial Equity and Justice Initiatives, some things at CES that caught their eyes and how they feel about the Apple Watch.
Yet another leak of Apple's tracking fobs, who should moderate online content, good password hygiene, and Spotify's podcast listeners.
News of a new, old Lamy Safari hit the stationary internet, and Brad and Myke discuss what it is, and what it means. They also break down an 87 pen list as best as one can, and talk about what 2021 may hold from a stationary perspective.
Well, that was a year. We discuss things we made and what we're - maybe, possibly, carefully - planning for 2021.
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Created by
Relay FM
Podcast Status
Apr 13th, 2017
Latest Episode
Jan 24th, 2021
Release Period
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour

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