James and Jae are joined by Alex Lowe for our traditional Apple Event discussion. We unpack what the new m3 powered Macs mean in terms of performance, why 8 GB of memory is probably enough, and join our friends at The Iconfactory in celebrating 20 years of xScope.
episodes featuring Jae Bloom
Accessibility is something we’re very passionate about here, after all both James and Jae have their own challenges. So, it was an absolute pleasure to chat with Brandon Cole (aka SuperBlindMan) to chat all about how video games can be accessible to those with a wide range of vision issues.
Yes, we’re back! Your Apple Event dream team of Jae, James, and Alex gather on SquadCast to discuss Apple’s recent event and our thoughts on the new iPhone 15, 15 Pro, and of course the Watch Series 9 and Ultra 2.
Cloud Gaming is something many of us have probably heard about or toyed with. But, have you ever heard about OnLive? Jae and James talk with Jay and Omega of Thoughtable Network about a storm in the history of Cloud Gaming and how that might portend the future of this innovative gaming delivery method.
Better late than never, our epic #WWDC2023 episode is ready for your listening pleasure. James and Jae are joined by friend of the show, Alex Lowe, to discuss the key points from Apple’s latest event.
James and Jae are joined by Jos Poortvliet, co-founder and marketing director at Nextcloud to talk, unsurprisingly all things Nextcloud and why it may be a great alternative to things like Office 365 and Google Workspace.
Jae and James are joined by Rachel Hanson to take a look at what lies beneath the myriad of potential ‘TikTok Ban’ legislations and other bills like the UK’s ‘Online Safety Bill’ to see what it actually means for our online freedom and privacy.
Jae and James are joined by returning guest, Dr. Catherine Flick, to have a chat about the ethics of tools like ChatGPT and the general concepts of LLMs (Large Language Models) in AI. We also look at some of the privacy concerns around using such tools.
Jae and James are joined by good friend of the show, Alex, to take a deep dive into the hows and whys of WiFi. We chat about mesh, the problems with boosters / extenders, and look at what you can to do improve your existing setup if you can’t upgrade your WiFi gear.
Jae brings back an episode from her former podcast, FrazlCast. She and Ali of the Dungeon Fables podcast talked with John Staats, who designed and built half of Vanilla WoW’s dungeons and raids. This was a lovely look into game design and the challenges that John and his team faced while building the iconic game of World of Warcraft.