Myke makes a very important correction and deeply regrets his previous error. Federico pits cubes against triangles and Clippy has been reborn as Microsoft 365 Copilot. Lastly, Stephen starts his search for an heir.
The 4th-gen iPad's announcement was basically a footnote to the iPad mini's.
The generative AI we've found the most compelling, our thoughts on Spatial Audio and surround sound systems, whether we think the game console is dying out, and our social media habits in the wake of the relaunch of Gowalla.
Florence Ion and John Voorhees
What are we using? Why are we using them? How difficult will Brad make this? Find out this week on The Pen Addict!
HBO has another hit, Jason Kilar has some advice for Bob Iger about the future of Hulu, and Sports Corner returns to discuss the ongoing saga of regional sports networks bankruptcies and the future of streaming sports.
From 1999 to 2010, Finland hosted an annual endurance contest that ultimately ended in tragedy.
Is the iPad still the future of computing, or is it the Mac (again)? This week we're pondering Apple's dividing lines between the iPad Pro and the Mac, and wonder if each product is limiting the potential of the other. Also, is Apple planning on raising iPad Pro prices to new heights? We also consider Apple's moves to show fiscal responsibility without laying off a lot of people like the rest of the tech industry.
It's that time again: Stephen and David round up some Mac apps for their "20 Under $20" saloon!
Click the "About" Link to run other versions of Mac OS.
Things kick off with Merlin's noisy electronic livestock and a frustrating health update from John. Whose family now hates him.
In Follow-Up, Mr. Siracusa provides his son with a correction on The Novocaine Story, which leads to a digression into how John's dad writes text messages........
This ends up providing a great segue into the main topic: how memory breaks, and how we try to address it.
Because, as you quickly realize, many memories involve other people who have—well—different memories. But, also, why did I go to the garage, because I'm pretty sure I went there for a reason.
For this month's members-only bonus show, your hosts talk about artsy-fartsy video games like Life is Strange and What Remains of Edith Finch
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(Recorded on Monday, March 6, 2023)
The podcast episode about the misremembered broken arm.
It's barely SIX pages long. Read it!
Will Google I/O 2023 turn out to be a hardware show? The rumor mill certainly thinks so. We'll discuss Google's plans to infuse AI into Workspace, Samsung's "space zoom" controversy, and the YouTube TV price increase.
The next generation of AI for developers and Google Workspace
Does It Matter if Samsung's Phone Cameras Fake Their Moon Shots?
YouTube TV's Price Is Increasing to $73 a Month, and It Makes Me Want to Cancel My Subscription
Tonight’s special guest is The Verge’s senior writer Elizabeth Lopatto, to discuss what else but: THE COLLAPSE OF SILICON VALLEY BANK. She’s a pragmatic, expert voice to walk all of us through a confusing and dramatic weekend, and she knows what we should be keeping an eye on next. Then, Brianna and Simone discuss the existence of the moon, and Scream 6!
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