Grey and Myke explore the 'Rock, Paper, Scissors' video: delving into the reaction, the post-release analytics, Obsidian's crucial role in making the obscenely complex pathways, and what a 'draw' means.
Grey and Myke discuss the apps essential to their workflow over the past year. They showcase the tools that are pivotal for their productivity. They offer insights, share their favorites, and grant listeners an exclusive view of their varied home screens.
Grey has found a fellow Greycation enthusiast. Also, there are new iPhones and Apple Watches, offering more discussion topics than anticipated. A conversation about browser tabs takes place, and Myke is grappling with 'The Fear'.
Grey reflects on his recent Greycation while grappling with chaos. Myke is keen to explore a major update to Grey's mailing list. Additionally, they discuss how to determine if a change in business is critical.
Grey is in conflict with a thermostat, while Myke has finished his assignment on Mood Tracking. Myke discusses the challenge of juggling the workloads of two businesses, and your hosts take you behind the scenes of a Cortex Brand meeting
Grey has had to vacate his garage office, Myke wants to thank Cortexans, Cortex joins the Notion Nation, and Myke has hired a personal assistant. Also, a lightning round of exciting Beta features.
Myke got to try out the Apple Vision Pro – in an exclusive hands-on experience at Apple Park. On this episode, he recounts his entire experience to Grey and talks about what it could mean for the future of computing.
Grey gets a promotion, and is trying to tame chaos. Myke gets some important news during the recording. They also cannot resist more discussion on backpacks, as well as answering some Ask Cortex questions
Myke and Grey talk about the devices they've chosen to get things done in their lives. From their office set ups, to their everyday carry items, to their entertainment devices, fitness products, and more.
Myke and Grey bought Meta Quest Pro headsets and have been using them for their Cortex Brand meetings. They talk about their experiences with the hardware, the software they used, and their feelings on VR as a tool for work.