Jae and James are joined by Jeff Butts from The Mac Observer to dissect some of Apple’s recent product updates, including the new M2-powered Macs!
episodes featuring James Bilsbrough
James has worked in technology for most of his adult-life, mostly in the support space. He’s a proud nerd who isn’t afraid to tell you he knows far more about Federation starships than one would normally expect.
James is joined by Iconfactory principal and designer, Gedeon Maheux to talk about the week that saw Twitter nuke API access for the 3rd party apps such as Twitterrific.
Jae and James are joined by Noah Kupetsky, the founder of Steam Deck HQ, to talk about Valve’s amazing portable, Linux powered, gaming device and how it’s shaken up PC gaming in a way not seen for quite some time. As a bonus, James recorded this episode entirely on his Steam Deck.
James and Jae are joined by Dr Catherine Flick to discuss the ethics of cryptocurrencies, NFTs and the wider blockchain. This is a no holds barred discussion of our thoughts on such a widely misunderstood and abused technology.
Jame is joined again by Zachariah Moreno from SquadCast to get the latest on how things are going, including V5 and some exciting future plans.
James is joined by a truly nerdy Macintosh panel featuring returning guests Dan Vincent andSean from Action Retro, and new guest Steve from Mac84. We chat about our love of Macintosh, collecting, and our views on Apple in 2022.
James chats with theatre director and iPad artist, Andrew Keates about how the pandemic impacted theatre, his iPad artwork, and some very deep discussion of social media’s negative impacts on society and individuals.
James is joined by Matthew Bliss from ‘The Dead Drop’ podcast, a twice-weekly 10-minute gaming news show, to chat about the state of both gaming and the gaming news cycle that can be easily twisted.
James and Jae are joined by Pat Patterson, the Chief Technical Evangelist at Backblaze to discuss all things backup and cloud storage.