Episode | 1 November 2018 | 1 hr 23 mins
apple, bloomberg, china, chips, christ, church, code of ethics, gaming, ipod, podcast, qtime, sermons, servers, spy, sqlite
James and Oli discover the real story behind the Chinese chips in all the servers, or at least discuss the claims made by Bloomberg about SuperMicro's server boards. We also look at: the impact the iPod has had on listening to music and listening to sermons online, how a new device may help parents with gaming addiction, and we delve into the code of ethics for the SQLite project that caused a little bit of a stir online.
Episode | 1 October 2018 | 1 hr 52 mins
amazon, brewing, digital media, drm, ios 12, iphone xs, media sharing, piracy, plex, tea
James and Oli are joined by new friend Josh, a second year computer-science student, to discuss: new iPhones, Amazon’s range of new devices, what rights you have to your purchased digital media, and most importantly, tea!
Episode | 22 September 2018 | 1 hr 2 mins
a7 mark iii, canon, dji ronin s, drones, final cut pro x, gimble, ibis, imac, nikon, panasonic gh5, premiere pro, smartphone cameras, sony, video
Cornelius joins James and Stephen, along with contributions from Oli and Miriam, to talk about the DJI Ronin S, some camera news and general video stuff.
Episode | 1 September 2018 | 37 mins 42 secs
After a busy few months, Oli and James take things down a more chilled route for a shorter episode. We discuss electronic quizzes, The Chuckle Brothers, Facebook’s grip and even how cooking sausages can glorify God.
Episode | 1 August 2018 | 1 hr 39 mins
apple, crispr, engineering, genetics, i9, intel, macbook pro, microsoft, surface go, thermal throttling
Recorded on 27th July 2018
James and Oli talk about beer-tasting AI, iOS 12’s new ‘Listen Live’ feature for the AirPods, the saga of the new 2018 MacBook Pros, Microsoft’s new Surface Go, some cool new bike lights, and then take a deep dive into the ethics of genetic engineering.
Episode | 1 July 2018 | 1 hr 39 mins
binge watching, copyright, digital well-being, eu, ios 12, macbook keyboard, macos mojave, netflix, photography, public betas, sony a7 iii, talent, video, wwdc 2018, youtube
Recorded on 27th June 2018. Oli and James are joined by special guest Stephen to discuss photography, the Sony A7 mark 3, new EU copyright laws, Apple’s latest public betas, the repair program for MacBook keyboards and then we take a deep-dive into what digital wellbeing means for us as Christians.
Episode | 9 June 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 | 1 June 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 | 12 May 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 | 1 May 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 | 29 April 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 | 11 April 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.