The new Amazon Echo Show + Tesla Solar Roof pricing [episode 35]

Whoops! We didn’t mean to take last week off. We’re back now:

We chat about the new Amazon Echo Show and Tesla roofing… Continue reading The new Amazon Echo Show + Tesla Solar Roof pricing [episode 35]

The new Amazon Echo Look: We take a deep look [episode 34]

Another Amazon Echo product was announced and we’re on it:

We talk about the new Amazon Echo Look, Microsoft, and Musky… Continue reading The new Amazon Echo Look: We take a deep look [episode 34]

How to fill a giant blimp hanger with a brand new blimp [episode 33]

This week we hand-squeeze a bladder of juicy podcast goodness…

We talk about dumb smart juicers and blimps! Continue reading How to fill a giant blimp hanger with a brand new blimp [episode 33]

Hands-on Review of the Canon 7D Mark II

There are lots of reviews of the Canon 7D Mark II¬†that lean heavily into its specs, but that’s not what you’ll find here. I shoot photos and videos primarily to indulge my interests. It’s a hobby, and I make purchases largely based on emotion. These are the primary forces that drove¬†me to buy¬†this beefy camera.

After years of looking at images from other photographers, I found that always appreciated and desired the punchiness of photos shot with pro-level Canon DSLRs, Canon L-series lenses, and high-end Canon flashes. I wanted to use these creative tools myself, so I grabbed them. Continue reading Hands-on Review of the Canon 7D Mark II

Alien life sort of discovered on Saturn moon! [episode 32]

The only thing missing from this week’s show is your eardrums:

This week we talk about aliens on Saturn (and HGTV)… Continue reading Alien life sort of discovered on Saturn moon! [episode 32]

How to record a phone call with a smartphone app [episode 31]

Disclaimer: this call is being recorded. Listen to it here:

Yup. We teach you how to record phone calls with your phone… Continue reading How to record a phone call with a smartphone app [episode 31]

How to hide your web data with a VPN [episode 30]

Oh my goodness! Episode 30! That’s a lot! Give it a listen…

We talk about protecting yourself online with VPNs and space… Continue reading How to hide your web data with a VPN [episode 30]

Apple re-enters the cheap computer market with the March 2017 iPad

For the past ten years, Apple has been a company that exclusively sold premium products. In the somewhat distant past, Apple shipped things like the 50lb (22.7 kg) eMac, an intentionally no-frills computer that was designed for educational institutions, but later sold to the public as a budget-friendly Macintosh.

It had been so long since Apple sold low-priced products that it seemed like they had permanently abandoned them. However, it appears that the new, ambiguously named “iPad” marks Apple’s return to bargain-bin computing. Continue reading Apple re-enters the cheap computer market with the March 2017 iPad

Review of the Apple TV (2nd generation), 7 years later

I’ve been actively using my Apple TV (2nd generation) for almost seven years, and I figured March of 2017¬†was the perfect time to finally share my thoughts on it. Why? I’m getting closer to unplugging this thing from my TV, but I haven’t done so yet.

You see, my TV¬†is eight years old. It hails¬†from a time when two HDMI ports was considered sufficient. The gadgets that I plug into it¬†need to truly prove their worth, and my Apple TV 2 has been skating on thin ice lately. It recently went through a weeks-long phase where it couldn’t play Netflix without crashing. I managed to fix the problem, but I haven’t forgiven it. Continue reading Review of the Apple TV (2nd generation), 7 years later

A theoretical chat about Pandora Premium and smart clothing [episode 29]

Take those elbows out of your ears and listen to this podcast:

We chat about internet-connected jackets and pandora’s box… Continue reading A theoretical chat about Pandora Premium and smart clothing [episode 29]