Every fortnight, hosts Andrew Hathaway, Julian Kay and Jordan Appleson discuss topics from pencils and paper, and each-others “weird quirks“ to the current and future of technology and whatever else they like.
July 19th, 2017 | 1 hr 31 mins
andrew hathaway, apple, courier, essential, field notes, google, iphone, jordan appleson, julian kay, kin, kuru toga, kuru toga advance, mavis, mavis podcast, microsoft, notebooking, pixel, release cycle, rt, samsung, sidekick, stationery, surface mini, surface phone, surface tablet, windows, windows phone
After clearing up some stationery follow up, including a revised review on the Kuru Toga Advance from Jordan, the guys discuss Windows Phones, Julian considering a temporary iPhone and a heated discussion on iPhone’s and Samsung Phones vs their release cycles.
July 5th, 2017 | 1 hr 44 mins
43 folders, advance, andrew hathaway, bing, brad dowdy, calendars, code complete 2, fantastical, food plan, fountain pens, getting things done, ink, japanese, jordan appleson, julian kay, kuru toga, lead, logos, mavis, mavis podcast, mechanical, messy, microsoft, microsoft to-do, notebook, outlook, penaddict, pencils, productivity, rotring, todo, todoist
Messy fountain pens, a Bing notebook, a review on the Kuru Toga Advance pencil and a discussion on how the hosts stay productive day in and day out.
June 28th, 2017 | 1 hr 40 mins
coke vs coffee, daily carry, debate, field notes, heated, hobonichi, hot drinks, jetpens, jetstream, kuru toga, lamy, lead holder, lemsip, mavis, mavis podcast, midori, mildliner, notebooking, paper, pen, pencils, safari, sharbo x, stationery, techo, travelers notebook, uni, zebra
Does a Lemsip count as a hot drink? The ongoing debate is sparked again, in a discussion of why Andrew doesn’t drink hot drinks. Then moving on to an introduction in to the hosts stationery, notebooks and daily-carries.
June 17th, 2017 | 1 hr 44 mins
alphabet, amazon, apple, bing, echo, essential, facebook, forecast, future technology, google, mavis, microsoft, podcast, revenue shares, siri, technology, touch id, wwdc2017
Starting with why Jules says “bing it” and doesn’t like Google, it doesn’t take long for the guys to discuss device authentication and Essential phone. Swiftly moving on to where the big-5 tech companies get their revenue from, and where it could go in the future.