David and Stephen both track how they spend their time. In this episode, they discuss the approaches and tools they use to see how they spend their days.
Ryan JA Murphy is a writer and Ph.D. student who is using the Mac and iPad to work with information systems and design science. This week, Stephen and David talk with him about his workflows for research, data organization and more.
Allison Sheridan has been a Mac user since the very beginning and has been talking about Apple and its products since late 2005. She joins Stephen and David to talk about her experience with the platform, her use of diagramming in blog posts and much, much more.
The iPhone has all but killed the point-and-shoot camera market. This week, Stephen and David talk about the hardware and software that makes the iPhone such a good camera for photography.
Nick Milo is a creator who is teaching people about Obsidian. This week, he talks with David and Stephen about how he manages his business, creates polished content and, of course, Obsidian and personal knowledge management.
On this feedback episode, David and Stephen celebrate the Mac Studio and Studio Display before revisiting the Stream Deck, Preview, Day One and more.
Between Relay FM, Cortex Brand and his keyboard streaming, Myke Hurley is a man of many hats. This week, he talks with David and Stephen about he balances these different jobs and how everyone can benefit from having a theme.
Preview has been in every Mac's Application folder since 2001 when OS X launched. Today, Stephen and David dive into the program, exploring is wide range of features for editing both images and PDFs.
Craig Hockenberry is back to weigh in on Apple Silicon, why he's an Apple Watch Power User, and life as a Mac developer.
The Stream Deck has become a central tool for many who use automation tools on their Mac. This week, Stephen and David dive into the device's hardware and software, explaining what makes it such a versatile device, before sharing their own uses for it.