James and Jae sit down to record their thoughts of the Apple Event from 7th September 2022.
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 Dan Wood and Ravi Abbott from ‘The Retro Hour’ to look at what we consider to be retro, why it’s so enthralling, and interrupt Ravi’s ironing!
James chats to Dan Vincent all about vintage Macs, and the role the Macintosh played in shaping the desktop publishing and print world.
I talk to Ryan (aka GrafxGear) about his time supporting various Maxis titles, the PC Engine / TurboGrafx, and his new replacement controller inlays for that system and the NES.
I talk with Pam Uzzell from the ‘Art Heals All Wounds Podcast’ about storytelling in our digital world. We look at how video editing has evolved and the importance of the complete story.
I’m joined by Dan Hughley from legendary audio company, Focusrite, about their new Vocaster line up that’s aimed squarely at content creators, rather than their traditional musician audience.
I chat to Stephen Robles from the HomeKit Insider podcast to take a look at Apple’s HomeKit ecosystem, including some of the limitations the platform has as well as the benefits.
I talk to Alex Lowe from The Interface all about where we are in 2022 with the availability and affordability of electric vehicles, particularly in the consume space.
James talks to (Krazy) Ken from The Computer Clan all about his efforts to debunk scam technology products and their shady marketing techniques.
This week, James talks with Chris Angel Murphy about how accessibility is so important for not only those with disabilities, as we’d commonly view it, but also for members of the LGBTQIA+ community.