Katie and David revisit music management and discuss the state of the two major streaming services, how things have changed iTunes Match, managing their music, and audio at home and in the car.
Joe Buhlig joins David and Katie to talk about his iPadless life, analog tools for productivity, live streaming, managing a business, Discourse and more.
David and Katie talk about how it's easier now than ever before to cut the cable, Katie's moves away from Evernote, David's experimentation with iOS Mail clients, getting burned when selling online, choosing an email provider, the iOS 12 Beta, and answer listener questions.
Artist, illustrator and cartooner Thom Zahler talks about his life as a comic book artist, writer and the digital and analog tools he uses. He shares how he makes a living as an independent worker, and his experience on "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire."
David and Katie share their home office setups. We discuss all the gadgets in, on and under our desks, what's connected to our Macs and how we get work done.
Matt Gemmell joins us to discuss life as a software engineer turned writer, his evolution from Mac to iOS, his passion for fitness, and being an independent worker.
Of all the things an iPhone can do, we sometimes forget it’s a great device for communication. In this episode we dig deep on how to use the iPhone as a communications tool.
In this episode, we launch the new MPU Discourse community, talk about Siri Shortcuts, Katie got a HomePod, David shares thoughts on the iOS Beta and his recent visit to Apple Park. We also tackle listener questions about messages in the cloud, iPad accessories and kids in college.
Don McAllister returns to talk about building a business around ScreenCastsOnline, building his team, delegation, project management, and more. We also talk chat travel and electric cars.
Katie and David talk about the state of PDFs in 2018, how the PDF format has evolved, and best practices for creating, naming, managing and working with PDFs.