Alex and Matthew talk about the close of the beta season – and the close of the show.
Matthew hosts special guest Julia Skott – quite literally in his home. Julia's all about Android, but uses an iPad and Mac, so the two have a lot to talk about. Plus Julia is just amazing.
While Alex was away, Matthew interviewed developer Greg Pierce, creator of Drafts and the x-callback-url spec that kicked off deeper interest in iOS automation.
After a few weeks, Alex & Matthew are back to talk about the beta experiences so far. Matthew hung out in Apple Business Chat, Alex gets excited about Automation triggers, and everyone is assigned a book for summer reading.
Alex and Matthew are back from WWDC (for real this time) and are VERY excited about Shortcuts. Alex also briefly shouts about the Mac Pro, and Matthew needs a monitor.
Matthew and Alex share their insights into neo-modern Apple from the year 2030.
This week, Alex and Matthew realize that they are slowly becoming each other.
Following last week's after one day, a discussion of Matthew's morning routine sparks discussion about how Apple is changing.
It’s a real grab bag of topics on this very special Emergency Pod™️. Home screens are rearranged, task management apps are debated, and there are even some challenges assigned.
Matthew and Alex finally have The Talk. About notes.
This week, Alex and Matthew cover Cal Newport’s new book Digital Minimalism and its impact.
This week, Alex invites a DIFFERENT Matthew onto the show to talk about their home automation setup.
Alex and Matthew review the new iPad mini!
The fabulous Rosemary Orchard joins as the first guest on Supercomputer – and she blows your hosts’ minds.
Matthew tells Alex all about Shortcuts 2.2 – including a secret hidden in the Notes actions
Your hosts discuss the primary computer for most people: their phones.
This week, Alex shows Matthew how little he knows about video production.
Alex and Matthew discuss the disappearance of Control Center – and how it overlaps with Shortcuts.
Alex and Matthew reflect on the month’s Apple-related news, giving the hot takes some room and seeing how we’re feeling after some extra context. Plus, there’s a celebrity appearance.
Alex and Matthew cover how they make sense out of a mess of apps.
This week, Matthew interviews Alex about how she gets work done at Cards Against Humanity. Plus Alex has a… great magic trick at the end.
Alex and Matthew talk about Google Home Hub, yearly themes, and our pitch.
Matthew and Alex talk about going from beginner shortcuts to the next level with the “If” scripting action, plus how this all could be a bit easier.
Matthew and Alex are here for the New Apple.
This week, Matthew and Alex explore some of their holiday experiments, as well as how to value your time as much as you value your computer.