August 16th, 2017 | 1 hr 25 mins
2017, andrew hathaway, apple, apple magic trackpad, artificial intelligence, banking, campfire, field notes, field notes brand, high frequency trading, hot drinks, imac, jordan appleson, julian kay, lemsip, lt3, macos, management, mavis, mavispodcast, microsoft, notebooking, notebooks, personal financing, safari, scripting setup, sharbo, sharbo lt3, stationery, tabs
Recapping the Lemsip & hot drink discussion following Andrews brief illness, before moving on to follow up with the use of tabs, Jordans new Sharbo LT3 and the new Campfire Field Notes. Andrew then discusses his new iMac, the setup process and how he’s finding the trackpad. Finishing up with some casual talk about personal financial management, modern banking and how AI’s could help with management and investments.
August 2nd, 2017 | 1 hr 40 mins
2017, andrew hathaway, apfs, apple, chromium, developers, edge, firefox, fusion drive, high sierra, imac, jordan appleson, julian kay, macos, mavis, mavispodcast, microsoft, safari, slack, software engineering, tabs, teams, window server
Why wouldn’t someone clean out their tabs, and why would you use a handful of browsers at once?! Jordan and Julian try to explain. Andrew gets a new machine, but finds himself in a predicament. Slack vs Teams, why both and how do they compare?
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.
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.