Jay Miller, from Relay's new Conduit podcast, joins to share some knowledge about the best workflows for video meetings, getting more out of the emerging Craft app and even more uses for a Mac mini.
Starting with a pet project for Steve Jobs, all the way to a modern, web-infused set of applications across multiple platforms, iWork has expanded into a suite of tools more than capable of meeting almost anyone's needs. This week, Stephen and David talk through Keynote, Pages and Numbers, giving tips and comparing them to office suites offered by…
In this feedback episode, Stephen and David discuss website redesigns, quote applications, encryption, virtualizing Windows and a whole lot more.
Kathy Campbell is all over the Internet, as both a content creator and a business owner. She's a podcaster, artist, task-doer and so much more. Stephen and David talk with her about how she uses a mix of an iPad Pro, iMac Pro and a bunch of apps and services to keep all the plates spinning.
The Apple silicon transition continues to march on, so David and Stephen sit down to talk about how to migrate to a new Mac, and what settings and preferences they recommend changing from the defaults.
Dr. Drang returns to the show to discuss his recent Mac renaissance, the way he manages notes and some of his favorite utilities.
Our homes and businesses have become more technology-dependent, and having a solid network is more important than ever. This week, the guys talk about what goes into designing and maintaining reliable wired and wireless networks, and give some advice if you're looking to upgrade yours.
This week Apple enthusiast and lecturer, Brett Burney, joins Stephen and David to discuss differences between iWork and Microsoft Office, give presentations with your iPad and how to rock a TRS-80.
The App Store is a big place, and the iPhone can become anything you want it to be. Today, Stephen and David talk about 30 apps worth checking out — all on a budget.
Mike Vardy returns to the show to update David and Stephen on where he's found balance between the iPad and the Mac. Mike also discusses how he blends analog and digital tools, and how he shares tasks and ideas with his remote team.