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Listened to 349: Six Colors and Not a Color

New iMacs and iPads! The long-anticipated debut of AirTags! Podcast subscriptions! A new Apple TV remote! Ted Lasso’s secret shortbread recipe! Fresh from viewing Apple’s latest event, Jason and Myke break down all the announcements.

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Listened to You Tell That Bobcat To Stop Emailing My Wife

- Ryan has a very cool solution for Spencer’s “I owe the internet video of me drinking 300 beers” that Spencer just barrels past - A law enforcement story introduces God’s secret archangel, Cajun Damon - A goodish number of wildlife updates - Hey, the Charity Bowl’s over, we have a lot of people to thank and are going to forget at least half of them. We’re very tired! You did this to us!

By Shutdown Fullcast

 

Listened to #CHARITIBUNDIBOWL BONUS EPISODE feat. The Sklar Brothers

Michigan won the charity bowl, again, and Spencer and Holly bring Randy and Jason Sklar on to discuss important Wolverine matters. Because this is the Fullcast, this turns out to mean “the episode is mostly about Grey’s Anatomy.”

By Shutdown Fullcast

 

Listened to 16: ROKR: The iTunes Phone

A year and a half before the iPhone was introduced, Apple took the stage to announce a very, very different product: the iTunes phone, built in partnership with Motorola and Cingular.

By Flashback

 

Listened to 15: The Motorola RAZR

Listened to 15: The Motorola RAZR

This week, Quinn and Stephen talk about one of the world’s first cool phones, and how its parent company was bent on destroying its good name.

By Flashback

 

Listened to 154: Put Your Chair in the Queue

The main topic this week is vaccines and vaccinations, as your hosts share their frustrating and mostly fruitless journeys toward that elusive date with the needle.

By Reconcilable Differences

 

Listened to 348: The 2021 April Event Draft

Emergency draft! In this bonus episode, Jason and Myke predict what will happen at Tuesday’s Apple media event. Will there be new iPad Pro models, and if so, will new accessories accompany them? Will we finally see a new iMac design?

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Listened to 341: The Rickies (April 2021)

Apple is holding an event next week, so the guys have gathered their picks and are entering the Battlefield of the Ricky. The Keynote Chairman title is on the line.

By Connected

 

Listened to 426: Loaded Baked Potato

Home electrical work, dumb Wi-Fi networks for allegedly smart devices, and predictions for next week’s Apple event.

By Accidental Tech Podcast

 

Listened to Dear Internet Episode 66: An Official Satan

Dear Internet, On this week’s show we talk all about Satan and art and being a bathroom liar. And, reminder, everything said on this show is a joke or a bit or in reference to the video game “Husband Hurler” for the 3DO. We would greatly appreciate if you could leave us a 5-star review on your podcast app of choice! If you want more Dear Internet, please consider supporting us on patreon through Dear Internet. Sincerely, The coHosts- Nick Bristow, Jennifer Cheek, Michael DiMauro, and Tim Lanning! Apple Podcast, Spotify, RSS – follow us on Twitter!

By Dear Internet

 

Listened to THE SMOOTH EPISODE (NOT IN A SEXY WAY)

- There is no describing this episode. Look, just play it. You’ll get there. - Alternate title was going to be THE TICK WAR EPISODE - The LEAST upsetting voice in this episode is Spencer’s Joe Paterno, if that tells you anything - In a shocking revelation, at least one member of this podcast thinks it used to be “too easy to obtain dynamite in this country”!

By Shutdown Fullcast

 

Listened to 347: The Hubris of the HomePod

Apple’s making moves both outdoors (Find My) and in (rumored new smart home products). Apple’s original podcasts continue with another project tied to TV+. And we discuss why some of Apple’s product launches this year may have been delayed.

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Listened to Dear Internet Episode 65: East Coast Socks

Dear Internet, On this weeks show, well, I wasn’t on it. So I’m not exactly sure what it is discussed. I have my shots and was away with my family. I do they talk about a hulk, buying close, and crushin on boys. Stay gold, XOXO We are a new show, and would greatly appreciate if you could leave us a 5-star review on your podcast app of choice! If you want more Dear Internet, please consider supporting us on patreon through Dear Internet. Sincerely, The coHosts- Nick Bristow, Jennifer Cheek, Michael DiMauro, and Tim Lanning! Apple Podcast, Spotify, RSS – follow us on Twitter!

By Dear Internet

 

Listened to 340: Very Good at Being Computers; Very Bad at Being Humans

Stephen cleans out the Connected inbox, Federico questions the meaning of an idea and Myke checks out a new task manager. Then, a discussion about the ramifications of technology reminding us of painful past events or encounters.

By Connected

 

Listened to 425: Hey Billionaire

Listened to 425: Hey Billionaire

Oracle v. Google, Tim Cook’s interview, the next Apple CEO, and BMW vs. CarPlay.

By Accidental Tech Podcast

 
 

Listened to Dear Internet Episode 64: A New Ghost Just Dropped

Dear Internet, On this weeks show, we talk about disrespecting history, admiring your boyfriend, and breaking news, a new type of ghost just dropped. Stay gold, XOXO We are a new show, and would greatly appreciate if you could leave us a 5-star review on your podcast app of choice! If you want more Dear Internet, please consider supporting us on patreon through Dear Internet. Sincerely, The coHosts- Nick Bristow, Jennifer Cheek, Michael DiMauro, and Tim Lanning! Apple Podcast, Spotify, RSS – follow us on Twitter!

By Dear Internet

 

Listened to Come On Down To Clemson Church

When you think about it, we’re all just running downhill for Jesus Second Easter of quarantine, reviewed (bad!)Presidents’ Days of the future, improvedRyan invites the ire of nautical cocaine traffickers worldwide, for business purposes

By Shutdown Fullcast

 

Listened to 14: OS/2

Listened to 14: OS/2

In an effort to keep Microsoft from controlling the PC software industry, in the 1980s, IBM created OS/2, an operating system meant to give its computers a competitive advantage.

By Flashback

 

Listened to 346: Float It Like a Hologram

It’s a big news week! Myke and Jason break down Tim Cook’s podcast interview with Kara Swisher, and discuss some big changes at Apple Arcade. There’s also WWDC 2021 and Apple’s rumored augmented-reality headset to talk about.

By Upgrade