Latest Episodes

Jelly and Bean 30: You Could Use Comic Sans for Everything

22 June 2013 • 59 minutes, 21 seconds

Man of Steel dropped and subsequently had the best June opening weekend ever; Google announces Project Loon, a crazy idea to provide internet via wifi hotspots using balloons; Adobe releases a big update for Creative Cloud, converting it’s products into subscription software in the process; and the first teaser trailer for The Lego Movie drops.

Silver Screen Queens 6: Much Ado About Nothing

20 June 2013 • 36 minutes, 46 seconds

This week, Mel and Katie caught a preview screening of Joss Whedon’s Much Ado About Nothing. Unlike ordinary folk, when Joss Whedon takes a holiday (during a break in the production of a small comic book flick about some superheroes), he makes a film. The result is this lighthearted romp through a classic Shakespeare play starring some familiar faces from the Joss Whedon Repertory Society.

Jelly and Bean 29: Hey Ladies, This Man Reads

15 June 2013 • 1 hour, 6 minutes

Guardians of the Galaxy is probably part of the lead up to Marvel’s Phase 3; Apple announces iOS 7, OS X Mavericks and a new Mac Pro at this year’s WWDC; and E3 sees the announcement of new games for the Wii U, as well as more details about both the Xbox One and the Playstation 4.

Silver Screen Queens 5: The Great Gatsby

13 June 2013 • 38 minutes, 40 seconds

A new(ish) release this week as the girls take a look at Baz Luhrmann’s glitter-filled adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby. They talk up the virtues of 3D, discuss the sorry state of the Australian film industry, and Mel contemplates life as the host of a podcast about diamonds.

Mobile Couch 10: Speculate Wildly About Things

11 June 2013 • 1 hour, 16 minutes

Following up on asking for reviews and how it makes users feel; a comparison of ways to pass messages back and forth between classes: delegates, notifications and blocks; some speculation on what additions iOS 7 will bring which we can implement in our apps; and a little overview of Reveal from Itty Bitty Apps.

Jelly and Bean 28: Bean There, Don That

8 June 2013 • 1 hour, 4 seconds

Podcasting is under threat from a patent troll, and you can help defend it; Karen Gillan and Benicio Del Toro both join the cast of Guardians of the Galaxy; Matt Smith announces that he’s leaving Doctor Who and the world goes into a casting frenzy; Arrested Development returns with a new season of the beloved show; and DC’s Fables is heading to the movies.

Silver Screen Queens 4: The Visitation

6 June 2013 • 30 minutes, 34 seconds

This week Katie and Melissa talk about Christian horror film The Visitation. In a small town in rural Texas, Pastor Travis has lost his wife, his faith and his dog. All around him people are being healed, and a charismatic young man appears, giving hope to townspeople who had lost their way. But all is not as it seems…

Jelly and Bean 27: Accidentally Let the Kids Use It as a Frisbee

1 June 2013 • 47 minutes, 51 seconds

News and rumours spread about the used game situations on the Xbox One and the PS4; the boys discuss the potential for having a single ecosystem of devices that all work together; Gillette releases several celebrities’ theories about how Superman shaves (because of the beard in the latest trailers for Man of Steel) and the boys take the opportunity to come up with their own theory.

Silver Screen Queens 3: Big Trouble in Little China

30 May 2013 • 30 minutes, 51 seconds

Continuing on their eclectic podcasting journey, this week Katie and Mel take on a cult classic. Directed by John Carpenter and released in 1986, Big Trouble In Little China stars Kurt Russell, his mullet, Kim Cattrall and Dennis Dun. It’s a fun, silly, smart supernatural action romp through the underside of San Francisco’s Chinatown.

Mobile Couch 9: We’re Gonna Put a Couch on Stage

28 May 2013 • 54 minutes, 28 seconds

One More Thing conference is over and Ben and Jelly give their in-depth recap, touching on interesting (and helpful!) talks from Amanda Rösler, Simeon Saëns, Dave Wiskus, Lex Friedman, Maggie Steciuk and Jaimee Newberry. Jake talks about his experiences with Mapbox and Tilemill, a set of services that allow you to easily use custom maps in your iOS applications.