Mac Power Users 505: Chris Bailey and the Noah's Ark of Dongles
Stephen and David are joined by Chris Bailey, an author and presenter with an undying love for TextEdit and getting focused work done with the Mac and iPad.
Analog(ue) 167: I'm Complimenting Your iPhone
Watches and Hobbies.
Presentable 72: Changing the Power Dynamics of Design Critiques
Special guest and old friend Braden Kowitz joins the program. He's the co-founder of Range and former design partner at Google Ventures. We discuss the delicate art of the design critique and building trust within teams.
Automators 34: Getting Cozy with Regular Expressions
Roll up your sleeves Automators. This week Rose and David tackle regular expressions. What are they? How do you make them? Where do you use them? All those questions get answered in this episode. Regex isn't as daunting as it may first seem.
Material 224: Weird-shaped Android Phones
Andy's new note-taking app requires a bit of a learning curve, and Flo recaps some of what she learned at Google's Android TV showcase. Then, we'll dive into why Google's "field research" program that captured 3D face scans for its new facial recognition technology is hugely problematic. We'll also discuss the Microsoft Surface Duo, Essential's "Project Gem" (and why Andy Rubin should _not_ be the face of the company), as well as new features to look out for on Nest smart displays and Google Photos.