June 19th, 2019 | 1 hr 26 mins
apple, display, field notes, hobonichi, homepod, ios, ipados, mac pro, macos, op-z, playdate, travel, tvos, watchos, wwdc
After Field Notes & travelling follow up, we discuss the main announcements from WWDC 2019 (also known as “dubdub") that matter to us, before finally discussing Jules’ new OP-Z.
March 27th, 2019 | 1 hr 33 mins
airpods, apple, apple events, apps, audible, books, field notes, fountain pens, hacking, hobonichi, imac, ink, ios, ipad, kindle, pens, reading, sailor, stationery
This episode is packed full of golf, iOS applications for cars, books, new pens, notebook changes and Apple products.
June 20th, 2018 | 1 hr 30 mins
23, andrew hathaway, episode 23, gtd, ios, ipad, iphone, iphone x, jordan appleson, journalling, julian kay, macos, mavis, mavispodcast, mojave, nock co, notebooking, omnifocus, omnigroup, product red, productivity, system, toty, workflow
We now know Siri Shortcuts is better than Workflow! Jordan has a new phone, Andrews is scratched to hell. After Andrews Theme of the Year wasn’t going so well, and had to be adjusted, he’s turned it around and made some changes, including a migration to OmniFocus and major changes in “The System”.
June 6th, 2018 | 1 hr 17 mins
2018, 22, acquire, andrew hathaway, apple, bash, buyout, episode 22, github, ios, ios12, jordan appleson, julian kay, macos, mavis, mavispodcast, microsoft, mojave, terminal, tvos, watchos, watchos5, windows, wsltty, wwdc
Microsoft buys GitHub and appoints Xamarin CEO. Moving swiftly past tvOS, we discuss the changes in iOS12, watchOS 5 and macOS that matter to us and Jules and Jordan discuss WSLtty and terminal emulators in Windows.
March 14th, 2018 | 1 hr 37 mins
19, andrew hathaway, automation, episode 19, ergodox ez, face id, headspace, ios, ipad, iphone, jordan appleson, julian kay, keyboards, lumosity, mavis, mavispodcast, podcasts, power, productivity, surface book, usb c, windows phone, workflow
Andrew receives his ErgoDox EZ and can no longer compute. Julian takes the iPhone onboard as a device in his life, but has a few more itches to scratch alongside a realisation. Julian also got a Surface Book 2, we discuss how Windows power management, the USB-C life and new iPads with Face ID. Finally, a chat about our favourite podcasts and when we listen to them, with a public announcement and a special after show clip.
February 28th, 2018 | 1 hr 25 mins
18, andrew hathaway, arm, bacon, chips, crackdown, digital, emoji, episode 18, ergodox ez, field notes, fork, haxley, homepod, ios, iphone, jordan appleson, julian kay, lumia, mavis, mavispodcast, microsoft, onenote, review, rings, windows, windows phone, workflow
The HomePod causes marks yet Andrew still considers one. Did Jordan create workflow yet? Apple’s emoji decision is causing issues not just on Apple platforms, Jordan eats chips with a fork and unhappiness with a Field Notes addition. In a bold move, Julian tries an iPhone for the first time and gives iOS a big review, from a Windows Phone users point of view.
January 17th, 2018 | 1 hr 25 mins
15, andrew hathaway, andromeda, apple, authorities, cursor, episode 15, ios, ipad, jordan appleson, julian kay, mavis, mavispodcast, meltdown, memes, react native, spectre, surface mobile, twitter, universal applications, uwp, windows
Excusing the tricky recording for the first 7 minutes, we discuss last weeks Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities, universal apps on iOS, what this means for Apple’s platforms and some further Andromeda renders. Rounding out the episode with a discussion on authority-Twitter-accounts trying to meme.
August 30th, 2017 | 1 hr 27 mins
950 xl, andrew hathaway, cop button, ds, essential, essential phone, flat tyre, gameboy, homepod, ios, ios 11, iphone 8, jailbreak, jordan appleson, julian kay, leak, lumia, mavis, mavispodcast, mcdonalds, microsoft, minecraft, moto 360, nintendo, playstation, runescape, secure enclave hack, the notch, touch id, windows, windows mobile, world of warcraft, wow, xbox
Julian fixes his Lumia 950 XL in a “smart” way. The iPhone 8 finally gets it’s discussion, back to Touch ID nightmares and more importantly, how will The Notch turn out?! Ending the show with a good old chat about gaming histories, feeling nostalgic and getting stupidly close to relapsing our addictions with games.