Published 19 February 2013 • 51 minutes, 56 seconds
Follow-up on Hola! Unblocker, automating build numbers and Nimbus (with a short discussion about CocoaPods and whether it’s good or not), the pros and cons of using Storyboards in your app from prototyping to full-blown app, and how to approach version targeting with your app.
Blackberry losing businesses, the Surface Pro selling out and whether it’s a legitimate claim, Facebook hacks their own system to improve security, speculation on whether Apple is going to produce an iWatch, and rumours about the next-gen Playstation and Xbox consoles.
Published 14 February 2013 • 56 minutes, 25 seconds
Joined by Micheal Tieso from Art of Backpacking, and Cailin O’Neil from Travel Yourself we discuss solo female travel (and we #wegosolo hashtag), why a Canadian flight got grounded, and also the planned extensions of the Grand Canyon biking trail.
Published 9 February 2013 • 57 minutes, 46 seconds
A Star Wars movie featuring Yoda, the possibility of Portal and Half Life movies from Bad Robot (J.J. Abrams), the Superbowl ads, GoDaddy’s awful advertising, Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, the dramatic retelling of the origin of Doctor Who (the show, not the character) and the controversy surrounding CNET having it’s product reviews interfered with by it’s parent company, CBS.
Superbowl 101, Superbowl ads, the Apple TV, and content distribution. In more on-topic conversation, Jelly gets suggestions on how to deal with a new project, and Jake, Jelly and Caleb discuss useful third-party libraries, issue tracking and distributing test builds.
The latest news surrounding Star Wars: it’s director, the possibility of it being delayed, cast speculation and the cancellation of the 3D prequel re-releases. Blackberry’s new OS (Blackberry 10) and the new phones that will feature it, the new Global Creative Director of Blackberry, the Surface Pro’s lack of disk space, the announced 128Gb 4th generation iPad, and the new service from Twitter: Vine.
Microsoft’s Surface Pro release date, Apple’s sales results for the last quarter, the release of the Google Nexus 4 in Australian stores, Amazon’s new online music store for iPhone, the death of Atari (but not really), the finale of Fringe, the question of whether Person of Interest is sci-fi or not, Dwayne Johnson’s purchase of the film rights of an artwork on deviantART.
Facebook’s newly announced Graph Search, the implication of privacy on the internet, Facebook charging to message people you’re not friends with, the results of the simulated mission to Mars, the plan to launch inflatable sections for the International Space Station, the news surrounding Apple cutting down it’s iPhone 5 screen order, and also Microsoft replacing MSN Messenger with Skype.
Published 17 January 2013 • 41 minutes, 57 seconds
In this episode I talk about the Rise and Fall of Harry Fisch, a photographer disqualified from a National Geographic Photography Competition. The Thailand/Cambodia Visa Scheme and what it means for you. As well as an interview about travel with Jacob Laird.