Episode | June 9th, 2018 | 1 hr 20 mins
apple, ios, ipad, iphone, keynote, macos, mojave, privacy, shortcuts, siri, tvos, watchos, wwdc
A very much not so short circuit for you this time. We’ve just had Apple’s annual WWDC Keynote. James is joined by fellow podcaster and Fireside.fm user, Jonathan Bloom, to review the key points of Apple’s latest software announcements.
Episode | June 1st, 2018 | 1 hr 36 mins
apple, facebook, gdpr, imac, parenting, privacy, social media, surface hub 2, teensafe
Recorded on 25th May 2018: Benjamin, James and Oli get deep into what GDPR means, look into how social media drives us, the 20th anniversary of the iMac, Microsoft’s Surface Hub 2 and technology for parenting.
Episode | May 12th, 2018 | 58 mins 21 secs
amazon, apple, data, facebook, google, passwords, privacy, routers, security, updates, vpn, wifi
On the back of the Facebook and Cambridge Analytica breaches, James sits down with longtime friend of the show, Joel Drapper, to have a good long talk about all things privacy and security.
Episode | May 1st, 2018 | 1 hr 37 mins
android, apple, apple pay, church of england, collection, customer service, imac pro, ios, linus tech tips, mac pro, pro workflow team, repairs, security
Recorded on Friday 27th April, 2018:
With Benjamin being unwell and unable to record this episode, Oli steps into the fray to record with James.
Episode | April 29th, 2018 | 33 mins 6 secs
comments, content creation, privacy, product reviews, smart parking, startups, videos, youtube
James is joined by YouTuber Matt Schaefer, most well known for his MS Tech series of videos, to talk about all things YouTube and then to divert into Matt’s new startup, Vade.
Episode | April 11th, 2018 | 51 mins 36 secs
a1200, a600, amiga, cd32, commodore, dma design, games, retro, team 17
Dan Wood from the Retrro Hour Podcast joins James to talk about the rise and fall of the Amiga from the mid-eighties to the early nineties. Lots of great nostalgia for this classic 16–bit home computer line.
Episode | April 2nd, 2018 | 2 hrs 7 mins
airpods, apple, china, convenience, hp, linux, mcafee, microsoft, nintendo switch, privacy, ps2, ps3, samsung, tunnelbear, vpn, windows 10
Recorded on Sunday 11th March, 2018:
Getting ready for Benjamin to take some time off in a few months, we order a new co-host and find his delivery to be incredibly speedy. This is a bumper episode of the show, so get comfortable and enjoy.
Episode | March 15th, 2018 | 27 mins 43 secs
elon musk, falcon, iss, launch, mars, shuttle, space, space station, spacex
Hot on the back of the warp trail of episode 22, James talks to Austin Braun about space and the future of exploration.
Episode | March 9th, 2018 | 32 mins 46 secs
4k, 8k, cameras, drones, interview, iphone, photography, smartphone, video
In our first episode of ‘Short Circuits’, our new interview style content, James talks to Cornelius about shooting video with an iPhone, the differences between shooting with a smartphone and a traditional camera, and we look forward to 8K content and the popularity of drones.
Episode | March 1st, 2018 | 1 hr 36 secs
crisis, elon musk, falcon heavy, furniture, homepod, kfc, mars, space, spacex, speakers, tesla roadster
Cheesy podcast opens… the final frontier. We’re back for our latest episode following the launch of the Falcon Heavy with a Tesla Roadster onboard, the launch of the HomePod and the marks being made in many different ways. We then go for a space walk to discuss if Christians should be excited about the potential of colonising other planets?
Episode | February 1st, 2018 | 1 hr 32 mins
4k, battery, ces, gaming, iphone, meltdown, performance, rgb, spectre
In our latest episode we actually have some up-to-date news and cover the recent Meltdown & Spectre CPU flaws as well as talking about the iPhone battery performance throttling issues, and the cool stuff from CES.
Episode | January 1st, 2018 | 1 hr 2 mins
christians, delivery, goodsam, internet, podcasts, shoppig
For our first episode of 2018, we spend some time talking about the morality of the internet and how, as Christians, we should be using the great tools available to us.