Computer geeks casually discussing everyday car topics.
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A weekly talk show ruminating on exactly what is wrong in the world of Apple and related technologies and businesses. Nothing is so perfect that it can't be complained about. Hosted by John Siracusa & Dan Benjamin.
Rank #1: 80: Memory Palace.
John Siracusa and Dan Benjamin continue to discuss John's review of OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion. On this episode: iCloud storage APIs and user interface, sandboxing, Gatekeeper, Retina/HiDPI, Scene Kit, Objective-C enhancements, and a bonus diversion into one of John's pet OS X topics: spatial interfaces. Links for this episode: OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion: the Ars Technica reviewdanbenjamin's Flixel, image 1danbenjamin's Flixel, image 2Memory Palace - WikipediaAvoiding Copland 2010 - Ars TechnicaCopland 2010 revisited: Apple’s language and API future - Ars Technica Sponsored by Flixel, Squarespace (use coupon DANSENTME8 for 10% off), and Hover (use coupon DANSENTME for 10% off).
Rank #2: 68: Patent Hands.
John Siracusa and Dan Benjamin, inevitably, revisit the topic of patents, attempting to address a wide array of listener feedback. For the hearty listeners that make it through the patent talk, there's a bonus discussion of the new MacBook Pro rumors, and a brief consideration of cutscenes and trailers in video games. Links for this episode:Thomas Pogge - Reimagining pharmaceutical innovation - YouTubeAgainst Intellectual Monopoly (PDF)Against Intellectual Monopoly - Amazon.comBook Review: “Patent Failure” - Ars TechnicaPatent Failure: How Judges, Bureaucrats, and Lawyers Put Innovators at Risk - Amazon.com:Lag: The Bane Of Touch Screens - Noel LlopisProgramming Responsiveness - Mick WestMeasuring Responsiveness in Video Games - Mick WestMaking It Scientifically - Robert K. MertonNathan Myhrvold and collective genius in science - Malcolm Gladwell in The New YorkerCan Patents Deter Innovation? The Anticommons in Biomedical Research - Michael A. Heller and Rebecca S. EisenbergFinancing Drug Research: What Are the Issues? - Dean BakerThe Truth about Drug Companies - Marcia Angell, MDRed pill blue pill - John McCoyContext-Free Patent ArtPatent Hands - FlickrPirate Party - WikipediaThomas Jefferson on Patents and Freedom of Ideas - Moving to FreedomTransatlantic ping faster than sending a pixel to the screen? - Super UserSuper Mario World endingSponsored by Hover (code DANSENTME for 10% off) and Rackspace.
A weekly news and discussion show about the world of iPhone, iPad, iOS, and mobile web development. Hosted by Marco Arment & Dan Benjamin.
Rank #1: 27: Android Internet Explorer.
Dan and Marco share WWDC tips and discuss Xcode 4, an App-Store-only default, Google's API shutdowns, Twitter photo-hosting, and whether iOS development consultants need to expand to Android. Links for this episode:Marquee iPad appMarco's WWDC tips (old)Internet ExplorerMarco's monitor: HP ZR30wThe official Google Code blog: Spring cleaning for some of our APIsRumor: Twitter Is Launching Its Own Photosharing ServiceXcode 4: the super mega awesome review (forgot to mention this, it's great)Core Intuition episode 39 (on Xcode 4)Sponsored by iStockphoto and MailChimp.
Rank #2: 10: A Dark Time for Coffee.
Marco Arment and Dan Benjamin discuss app store submission tips, realistic expectations for launch, a dark time in history for coffee, piracy, and more. Sponsored by Sound Studio 4 and MailChimp.
The Bitsplitting podcast features interviews with people from the greater tech industry, with an emphasis on personal backgrounds and how each guest's philosophies have affected the arc of their career.
Rank #1: Episode 5: Brent Simmons.
Daniel is joined by Brent Simmons, founder of Ranchero Software. http://bitsplitting.org/wp-content/podcasts/Episode5.mp3 Brent is a long-time member of the independent Mac development community, serving as a role-model to many others, Daniel included. He is the original developer of both NetNewsWire and MarsEdit, and was one of the developers of Glassboard. Brent has recently returned to his indie roots, developing again under the Ranchero banner. Additional links: @brentsimmons – Brent’s Twitter account. Inessential.com – Brent’s long-time personal weblog. Identical Cousins – Brent’s software development podcast with Michael Simmons. Newark, DE – Brent’s childhood home. Free Range Kids – Hands-off parenting book and movement promoted by Lenore Skenazy. Twilight of the Idols – Book by Friedrich Nietzsche featuring the quote: “Without music, life would be a mistake.” Star Wars – The epic space adventure that captured Brent’s childhood fascination. Evergreen State College – The so-called hippy college where Brent spent two years. Seattle city community college – The school Brent attended after leaving Evergreen State. The New City Collegian – Modern-times evolution of the college paper Brent once worked on. Chinook’s restaurant – One of Brent’s busboy gigs as a younger man. Think C – Brent’s first Mac programming IDE. Mike Jittlov – Animator whose “Wizard of Speed and Time” movie somehow reminded me of Brent’s first company name “Worldwide Power and Light.” WebStar – Mac-based HTTP server that Brent’s earliest commercial software ran on. UserLand Software – Company founded by Dave Winer where Brent learned the ropes of professional programming. Manton Reece – Long-time mac Developer and member of the UserLand community. Dave Winer – Founder of UserLand and Brent’s software development mentor. NetNewsWire – Brent’s first big indie success, the venerable RSS client for Mac OS X. MarsEdit – Daniel’s first big indie success, built on the back of Brent’s original work. Glassboard – The private social network for groups. Letterpress – Popular iOS game by atebits. International Herald Tribune – The global English-language paper that sustined Brent in France. Reservoir Dogs – The Quentin Tarantino film Brent and Sheila saw in Grenoble. Next Generation of Instapaper – Marco Arment on the news that he is selling a controlling interest in Instapaper. Sponsored by NextPage: Because paper music is a hassle.
Rank #2: Episode 8: Marco Arment.
Daniel is joined by Marco Arment of Marco.org. http://bitsplitting.org/wp-content/podcasts/Episode8.mp3 Marco also founded The Magazine and Instapaper, each of which he sold off earlier this year. Previously, he was the co-developer and first employee of Tumblr. Additional links: @marcoarment – Marco’s Twitter account. marco.org – Marco’s personal site. Accidental Tech Podcast – Marco’s podcast with Casey Liss and John Siracusa. I’d Tumbl For You – My October, 2008 post lamenting Tumblr’s inadequate API. Marco’s Apology – Marco responds to my blog post with a brief, professional apology. Marco’s 2006 Resume – Marco’s recent post linking to his 2006-era resume. 3-2-1 Contact – PBS program and affiliated magazine from which Marco learned Basic programming. QBasic – Microsoft’s Basic programming language. BMW Welt Delivery – Program through which Americans can purchase and pick up a new BMW car in Germany. Allegheny College – Marco’s alma mater. Phi Delta Theta Allegheny – The fraternity chapter that Marco helped to revive. IBM Infosphere – The current incarnation of Vivisimo, the Pittsburgh company where Marco started his career. Davidville – Remnant of David Karp’s company, now Tumblr. Ultimate Bulletin Board – The bulletin board software Marco enjoyed with his friends in high school. Daring Fireball – John Gruber’s site. Neutral – The twelve-episode car-oriented podcast. Core Intuition 91 – Episode where Manton Reece talks about leaving Heroku for a more portable, affordable server solution. The One-Person Product – Marco reflects on the history of Tumblr and what the sale means to him. Stripe – A payment processing company with great developer-oriented technology and policy. Sponsored by HelpSpot: Customer service is your best marketing. Make every ticket count with HelpSpot.
The Prompt was a weekly panel discussion on technology, and the culture surrounding Apple and related companies. It was hosted by Federico Viticci, Myke Hurley, and Stephen Hackett. The Prompt became Connected when Relay FM launched. Hosted by Myke Hurley, Stephen Hackett, and Federico Viticci.
Rank #1: The Prompt 57: World’s Greatest Finale.
The young men (and Stephen) of The Prompt gather one last time and discuss Overcast and IBM. Links and Show Notes The young men (and Stephen) of The Prompt gather one last time and discuss Overcast and IBM. Links for this episode: Time For a New Challenge — mykehurley.net Twitter / totalkharnage: @imyke I'm sure someone has ... How to change the strap on your Android Wear watch | Android Central mykechats Tory Burch 5by5 | The Prompt #33: A Formal Dinner For Business Overcast Review – MacStories Overcast — 512 Pixels Overcast – Marco.org Overcast We like Overcast - The Sweet Setup Apple announces huge IBM partnership to bring enterprise services to iOS, new AppleCare for Enterprise | 9to5Mac Apple and IBM Team Up to Push iOS in the Enterprise | Re/code Twitter / darth: a new apple http://t.co/GMA8hO8SqH
Rank #2: The Prompt 56: Stephen for Calendars.
Myke, Federico and Stephen follow-up on Sherlocking and discuss photo management in the light of the upcoming Photos app from Apple. Then Myke shares his experience with Android Wear and the Weekly Picks sound effect gets played for the first time in ages. Links and Show Notes Myke, Federico and Stephen follow-up on Sherlocking and discuss photo management in the light of the upcoming Photos app from Apple. Then Myke shares his experience with Android Wear and the Weekly Picks sound effect gets played for the first time in ages. Links for this episode: Sunrise Calendar BusyMac Flexibits | Fantastical for Mac | Meet your Mac's new calendar. Sherlocked and unSherlocked - All this Daring Fireball: Things That Podcaster's Rejection From the App Store Is Not About The Best Podcast Client for iOS - The Sweet Setup Post-Sherlocking — 512 Pixels Myke in Hats Defocused Podcast - 5by5 | Bionic #95: Turning Sadness into Titles mykechats Potato Salad by Zack Danger Brown — Kickstarter Apple retires Aperture and iPhoto, to be replaced with Photos for OS X | Macworld Apple stops development of Aperture Apple To Cease Development Of Aperture And Transition Users To Photos For OS X | TechCrunch Accidental Tech Podcast: 72: Take Your Co-Host To Work Day Picturelife Stephen's iOS 7 Camera Roll Apple - iOS 8 - Photos Image 1 Image 2 Image 3 Image 4 Withings Activité SketchesApp Tayasui Sketches on the App Store on iTunes Free Calorie Counter, Diet & Exercise Journal | MyFitnessPal.com Calorie Counter & Diet Tracker by MyFitnessPal on the App Store on iTunes The best app for making bootable backups of your Mac - The Sweet Setup SuperDuper! Sponsored by lynda.com and PDF Pen for iPad, by Smile
An opinionated podcast by opinionated people. Hosted by Marco Arment and Tiffany Arment.
Rank #1: Top Four 53: Band Names.
Our favorite band names, regardless of the quality of the bands, or whether we've even heard of them before. This episode of Top Four is sponsored by: Moo: Custom business printing and design. Use promo code PRINTMOO for 15% off when you spend $50 or more. Links and Show Notes: Support Top Four with a Relay FM Membership
Rank #2: Top Four 58: Cheeses ğŸ§€.
Our favorite types of cheese, taste-tested live for your enjoyment â€”Â or at least ours. This episode of Top Four is sponsored by: Moo: Custom business printing and design. Save 15%. Links and Show Notes: Support Top Four with a Relay FM Membership
A mix of behind-the-scenes content and audio from before and after the shows. Hosted by Relay FM Hosts.
Rank #1: B-Sides 26: The Mac Draft.
Stephen Hackett is joined by Christina Warren, Ed Cormany and Brian Sutorius to draft their favorite Macs. Guest Starring: Christina Warren, Stephen Hackett, Ed Cormany, and Brian Sutorius Links and Show Notes Simple Beep PodcastEd and Brian's podcast about the the history of Apple and the Mac community. Rocket - Relay FM Hulu's 'Seinfeld' apartment is now perfect â€” Mashable Brian Sutorius (@bsuto) | Twitter Ed Cormany (@ecormany) | Twitter Christina Warren (@film_girl) | Twitter Stephen Hackett (@ismh) | Twitter
Rank #2: B-Sides 22: I Love To Test: PokÃ©mon Go.
This is a test episode of a new show called, 'I Love To Test', hosted by Adina Neamtu, Tiffany Arment and Myke Hurley. The first official episode of this show is coming soon, but for now you can hear this opinionated trio discuss their thoughts after testing out PokÃ©mon Go. Guest Starring: Tiffany Arment, Adina Neamtu, and Myke Hurley Links and Show Notes PokÃ©mon GO on the App Store PokÃ©mon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia PokÃ©mon Go: everything you need to know in 9 minutes - YouTube Accidental Tech Podcast: 178: Mama Needs That PokÃ©mon Beginner's guide: How to play PokÃ©mon Go! | iMore Jynx (PokÃ©mon) Adina's PokÃ©mon Go Character Adina's PokÃ©mon Go Team Adina's PokÃ©mon Go Medals Tiff's PokÃ©mon Go Character Tiff's PokÃ©mon Go Team Tiff's PokÃ©mon Go Medals Myke's PokÃ©mon Go Character Myke's PokÃ©mon Go Team Myke's PokÃ©mon Go Medals PokÃ©mon GO Plus
Jason Snell asks John Siracusa to rule on the meaning of various words and concepts. It’s not just about robots anymore.
Rank #1: 2: Service Kiosks.
Supermarket self check-out and ATMs - John’s position on supermarket self-checkout machines, Jason’s need for beer when he visits his in-laws, and whether attaching arms to things makes them robots. Host John Siracusa and Jason Snell.
Rank #2: 165: Leftovers.
When does a meal turn into leftovers? Host John Siracusa and Jason Snell Support this show and other shows like it on The Incomparable network by becoming a member. Members get early access to podcasts, bonus episodes, and more.
This is what happens after Dan and his co-hosts hit "STOP" and their official shows are over. Behind the scenes, casual, unedited, and uncensored. Hosted by Dan Benjamin.
Rank #1: 262: After Hypercritical #92.
Dan Benjamin and John Siracusa after Hypercritical episode 92.
Rank #2: 390: Before and After The Incomparable #146.
Jason, John, Dan, and Moisés before and after we talked "Man of Steel."
Merlin Mann, Alex Cox, and Max Temkin watch season 13 of Top Chef.
Rank #1: Episode 11: Seduction Community College.
Merlin and Max bravely take on the tough issues, and Alex doesn't cut anything out. Subscribe to Top Scallops on iTunes or via RSS. Thank you to our friends at Backblaze for sponsoring the Top Scallops podcast. Show Notes: Watch Ep 11: Hammer Time | Top Chef Episode 11: Hammer Time | Top Chef Photos Gail Simmons: I'm Re-in Love with MC Hammer | Top Chef Blog Jonathan Waxman - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Chez Panisse - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ‘Top Chef’ Season 13 Episode 11: Hammer Time - Eater Top Chef recap: Hammer Time | EW.com MC Hammer - U Can't Touch This - YouTube MC Hammer - 2 Legit 2 Quit - YouTube Main Library :: San Francisco Public Library San Francisco Public Library - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Tonga Room & Hurricane Bar | Home Jobbo | You Look Nice Today Five hip-hop pseudonyms I’ve considered for myself | 5ives Ender's Game - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Poo Sphere 2000 Fear No Fruit Road Work 3 Hamilton Performance at the Grammy's Merlin Mann - “Sick of You” (ca. 1992) Thanks to our producer Alex Cox for editing, Kevin Budnik for our show artwork, and Seth Boyer for our music!
Rank #2: Episode 10: There's An Old Guy Going Crazy On This Hotdog.
Merlin and Alex discuss Top Chef's mythic qualities, secrecy around rules of the show, and their cats. Max is away at Hot Dog University. Subscribe to Top Scallops on iTunes or via RSS. Thank you to our friends at Backblaze for sponsoring the Top Scallops podcast. Show Notes: Watch Ep 10: Restaurant Wars, Part 2 | Top Chef Top Chef Recap: Champagne Salads and Strawberry Dreams -- Grub Street Top Chef recap: Restaurant Wars, Part 2 | EW.com ‘Top Chef’ Season 13 Episode 10: Restaurant Wars, Dinner Is Served - Eater Hot Dog University, Learning the Art of the Cart | Vienna Beef Feline immunodeficiency virus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Canary: A complete security system in a single device The Great British Baking Show The 10 Commandments Of Top Chef: How to Get Kicked Off Early Sweetbread - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Parks and Recreation's Amazing Craig Middlebrooks (All Scenes, Season 6) - YouTube Thanks to our producer Alex Cox for editing, Kevin Budnik for our show artwork, and Seth Boyer for our music!
Don Melton worked at Netscape on Mozilla and at Apple on WebKit and Safari. Now he's a recovering programmer working on video encoding and whatever else he feels like. These are his stories.
Rank #1: 05: Like browsers on watches.
Don and Rene talk about the absence of Safari on Apple Watch, experimenting with D, transcoding updates, and all the new trailers: Star Wars, Batman vs. Superman, and more!
Rank #2: 06: Where the hell are my Hearts?.
It's Don vs. Apple Music with special guest star—and ace troubleshooter—Serenity Caldwell joining in to help!
John Siracusa and Merlin Mann try to figure out exactly how they got this way. Hosted by John Siracusa and Merlin Mann.
Rank #1: Reconcilable Differences 118: THAT's the Star Wars!.
Things kick off with a check-in on Watchmen. Is John feeling more confident about it? There are MacGuffins inside of MacGuffins. John is still enjoying the Apple TV+ shows, and Merlin thinks expectation deflation can really work in your favor. John didn't remember that Jennifer Aniston was in Office Space. In a related mini-topic, Merlin wants to talk about The Mandalorian as a way to explore what we like about Star Wars. Unsurprisingly, John is avoiding a poster, and Merlin gets schooled on the importance and greatness of Return of the Jedi. Thank goodness for our fellow fans who grew up to make new Star Wars for us. John has qualms with Merlin's neologism and doesn't even like when people do that anyway. The summer of 1982 was wild. Your hosts try to explain live TV to their children. Also: telephones. Finally, it's time to clear out some more Secret Weird Things People Do. No spoilers. Justâ€¦listen. (Recorded on Tuesday, November 19, 2019.) This episode of Reconcilable Differences is sponsored by: Squarespace: Make your next move. Enter offer code DIFFS at checkout to get 10% off your first purchase. ExpressVPN: High-Speed, Secure & Anonymous VPN Service. Get 3 months free with a 1-year package. Dollar Shave Club: Look, feel, and smell your best. Links and Show Notes: Credits Audio Editor: Jim Metzendorf Admin Assistance: Kerry Provenzano Music: Merlin Mann The Suits: Stephen Hackett, Myke Hurley Support Reconcilable Differences with a Relay FM Membership How To Make A Blockbuster Movie Trailer - YouTube Fountains of Wayne Hotline ScreenCrush - Watchmen - YouTube The Mandalorian Return of the Jedi on The Incomparable - Part 1 Return of the Jedi on The Incomparable - Part 2 Summer Movies: 1982 11 YOUTH-TARGETTED TV SITCOM FAILURES 1977-79 - YouTube Cut For Time: Gus Chiggins, Old Prospector - SNL - YouTube
Rank #2: Reconcilable Differences 117: Thatâ€™s Not the Rigatoni.
Things kick off with some quick Macintosh and video game nostalgia. John redrew his sprites, and Merlin enjoyed some stolen pinball. Merlin did lots of work this week. Your hosts discuss Sayonara Wild Hearts in particular and Apple Arcade in general. Merlin's family recently rented a very large automobile, and its various interfaces are reviewed. John declares the vehicle to be as ugly as it is large. Where is innovation welcome, and where is it mostly preferable to avoid? And what happens when that "innovation" was really just kind of a cheat? Apple TV+ is on the docket, but, first, Merlin wants to share the detailed results of his scientific Apple TV and Siri experiments. This leads to him saying much more than "exactly one thing," and it takes much longer than the promised thirty seconds. Strap in, because this one is quite a ride. John takes over to talk about his thoughts on the new Apple TV+ shows. Viewers and critics seem to really disagree, but John found things to like. Reviews and ratings come up again. Mikhail Baryshnikov is not the guy from Die Hard, and there is so much TV. Damon Lindelof seems like a really smart guy. John gives a thumbs-up to The Space Show but feels like Watchmen is still walking a line. John crosses-over with Do By Friday. (Recorded on Tuesday, November 5, 2019.) This episode of Reconcilable Differences is sponsored by: Squarespace: Make your next move. Enter offer code DIFFS at checkout to get 10% off your first purchase. Moo: Custom business printing and design. Save 15%. Burrow: The Luxury Couch for Real Life. Save $75 and get FREE one-week shipping. Links and Show Notes: Credits Audio Editor: Jim Metzendorf Admin Assistance: Kerry Provenzano Music: Merlin Mann The Suits: Stephen Hackett, Myke Hurley Support Reconcilable Differences with a Relay FM Membership How to use Siri for hands-free Apple TV control | TechHiveA similar frustration can emerge if the Apple TV tries steering you into the wrong app for given program. After signing up for HBO through Apple TV Channels, for instance, Apple might prompt you to install HBO Go instead of launching shows directly. If this happens, grab the remote and scroll down while viewing the info page for any show until you see the â€œHow to Watchâ€
The latest tech news, in a byte-sized update. Hosted by Stephen Hackett and Jason Snell.
Rank #1: Subnet 221: December 12, 2018.
Sundar Pichai spent a day in Congress, Supermicro says a third-party audit of its systems show no infiltration by China, and Verizon says its Oath brand is basically worthless. Links and Show Notes Republicans pushed Pichai about bias allegations, leaving China and other issues behind - The Verge Supermicro says investigation firm found no spy chips | TechCrunch Verizon says the Oath brand is essentially worthless - CNN
Rank #2: Subnet 222: December 13, 2018.
Apple has a plan for a premium news subscription service; Intel introduces a new chip architecture; and Apple plans to build its own modem chips for the iPhone. Links and Show Notes Apple might be making its own cellular chips to compete with Qualcomm - The Verge Intel unveils a new architecture for 2019: Sunny Cove | Ars Technica Appleâ€™s â€˜Netflix for Magazinesâ€™ Is Said to Rankle Publishers - Bloomberg
Listen to two best friends talk about a video game they love. What makes it so special, and hard to put down? Theyâ€™re only Playing for Fun â€” so itâ€™s just the good stuff, none of the bad stuff. Hosted by Myke Hurley and Tiffany Arment.
Rank #1: Playing for Fun 18: Uncharted 4.
Climb, jump, reach, piton, reach, climb, jump, slide, throw grappling hook, swing, jump, you found a treasure!, flip it, add journal entry, admire vistas, crouch, mark enemy, stealth take down, throw grande, jump, take cover, equip shotgun, aim fire, punch, jump, run, cover, drop down, NATHAN!!! <
Query is like that one smart nerd in your family who gets stuck fixing everyone's computers and phones during holiday get-togethers. There's no reason to wait for help when tech goes wrong when there are experts ready to answer your questions. Submit questions by tweeting with the hashtag #askquery. Hosted by Stephen Hackett and Mikah Sargent.
Rank #1: Query 36: Ants in the Mailbox.
Stephen has some Time Machine advice, and Mikah has feelings about Safari on iOS. Then, a bunch of talk about iPhone photography. This episode of Query is sponsored by: Pingdom: Start monitoring your websites and servers today. Use offer code QUERY to get 30% off. Links and Show Notes<
Rank #2: Query 37: The Answer is in Your Heart.
Everyone's homescreen is different, and that's okay. This episode of Query is sponsored by: Pingdom: Start monitoring your websites and servers today. Use offer code QUERY to get 30% off. Molekule: The only air purifier that actually destroys pollutants. Use query for $75 off. Links and Show Notes Stephen's Homescreen Stephen's Wallpaper Mikah's Homescreen Mikah Wallpapers Unsplash Use your Mac notebook computer in closed-display mode with an external display - Apple Support The Titanium PowerBook G4 - YouTube Become a Relay FM Member!
A technology podcast from Apple geeks Dan Moren, John Moltz, and Lex Friedman.
Rank #1: 232: Ray Romano.
Apple canceled AirPower: https://techcrunch.com/2019/03/29/apple-cancels-airpower-product-citing-inability-to-meet-its-high-standards-for-hardware/ So Dan went with a charging mat from Studio Neat: https://www.studioneat.com JackBox Games April Fools Day gag, Everybody Help Grandma: https://jackboxgames.com/2019/04/01/everybody-help-grandma-is-coming-soon-to-the-jackbox-party-pack-6/ Cloudflare adds free VPN: https://www.theverge.com/2019/4/1/18290615/cloudflare-1-1-1-1-vpn-dns-resolver-security-privacy Just after Moltz paid for three years of NordVPN: https://nordvpn.com Amazon Prime members get a free year of Nintendo Direct: http://fortune.com/2019/03/29/nintendo-switch-online-amazon-prime/ Dan likes Golf Peaks: http://afterburn.games/golf/ Lex likes Catastrophe: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt4374208/?ref_=nv_sr_1 Dan likes Get Shorty: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5761496/?ref_=nv_sr_2 Moltz doesn't like anything. Except for his AirPods 2: https://www.apple.com/airpods/ Our thanks to Oregon State University E-campus. Want to take the fast track to your career in technology? Earn your computer science degree online from Oregon State University E-campus and tap into unlimited career possibilities in any field. Learn more at ecampus.oregonstate.edu/rebound. Our thanks also to Legacybox (http://legacybox.com/rebound), the world's largest, most trusted, digitizer of home movies and photos. There’s never been a better time to digitally preserve your old home movies, film reels, and photos. Go to Legacybox.com/REBOUND to get 40% off your first order! Our thanks as well to Indochino (https://www.Indochino.com), where you'll find the best made to measure shirts and suits at a great price. Use the promo code "REBOUND" and get any premium suit for just $359.
Rank #2: 172: That Math Checks Out.
More on how the HomePod works: https://m.imore.com/how-homepod-works-apple-music-itunes-match-icloud-music-library-airplay-and-flac-filesApple delaying features for iOS 12 to focus on reliability and performance: https://www.axios.com/scoop-apple-delays-ios-features-to-focus-on-reliability-performance-1517278421-d7722a3b-402e-4804-8f24-719154bf2a8e.htmlZOMG THE IPHONE X IS BEING CANCELED: https://daringfireball.net/2018/01/iphone_x_one_yearSome reports say it's not selling well: https://www.macrumors.com/2018/01/29/apple-halve-iphone-x-production-in-q1-2018/Other reports say it's selling very well: https://www.kantarworldpanel.com/global/News/iPhone-X-boosts-Apple-OS-share-in-key-marketsJason Snell idly speculates Apple might be changing "iBooks" to "Books" to make room for a new iBook which is not a book: https://twitter.com/jsnell/status/956671501641510912Our thanks to Beach Body On Demand, an online fitness streaming service, for sponsoring this episode. Beach Body On Demand has a wide variety of highly effective, world-class workouts, personalized to meet your needs. Get a free trial membership when you text REBOUND to 303030.Our thanks also to SeatGeek, the smartest, easiest way to get tickets to every type of live event. SeatGeek helps you find the best seats at the best prices – fully guaranteed. download the SeatGeek app today and enter promo code REBOUND to get $20 off your first purchase.