Episode 38: It’s The Inconsistency That’s Annoying

In this episode the trio have some final follow up on Apple Pay experiences, talk about the pros and cons of Adobe's Creative Cloud Suite, and discuss the platforms that cause them headaches when developing their own personal websites and photography portfolios.

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Episode 37: Merger, She Wrote

This week we kick off with Simon, who has some final updates regarding his antiquated technology devices and has finally used Apple Pay for the first time.

Speaking of which: Mark's visit to the pub leads to a discussion about how the hosts are finding Apple Pay six weeks after launch and what they all make of Samsung's recently launched — although not imaginatively named — Samsung Pay (in South Korea, at least).

Meanwhile, Richard reveals the deck may be stacked against him in delaying his parents' desire to upgrade to Windows 10.

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Episode 36: 45 Miles To The C♯

In this episode the gang have follow up regarding their piracy conversation from episode 34. You can all expect an email from us seeking damages in the near future (not really). Also, Simon has updates for everyone on his week of upgrades to his RiscPC which he spoke about in episode 35.

As for the show proper the topics of discussion revolve around the latest happenings at Google Alphabet and the recent claims maid by ex-Amazon office staff that paint a very drab picture of working for the retail giant.

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Episode 35: In Air Quotes, “Forever”

In this week's episode of the show, Simon sparks up a discussion about what devices and services all three hosts use that require them to keep everything in sync.

Turns out, it's a headache for everyone. But Simon wins... H A N D S   D O W N.

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Episode 34: Le Pie du Hôrse

In this week's episode your dear hosting trio revisit the topic of piracy across the music, TV, film, and gaming markets.

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Episode 33: 21 Things Jim Dalrymple Doesn’t Want You To Know About Apple Music

This week on the show, prompted by some horror stories, the hosting trio discuss Apple Music and a few other issues with Apple's services:

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Episode 32: It's Grain Up North

This week your hosting trio give up meth for the good of the show and discuss:

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Episode 31: Artisanal Meth Lab

This week's show goes off the rails with the trio of hosts deciding to pivot their podcast into a meth lab.

But before that happens the gang have some Apple Music follow up and Parental Tech Corner™ returns as Mark's dad bought a brand new iPhone 6 and Richard's Mum learns how to set up Skype on her phone, although doesn't learn how to use it. Things take a turn for the worse when trying to understand Snapchat.

In the after-show Richard lets you all hear his "deep dish" voice.

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Episode 30: The Elton John & Skrillex Show

After having the opportunity to enjoy all that Apple Music has to offer since its recent launch, the gang talk about their first impressions from using the service. Simon is keen on the playback features, Mark is pleased with the recommendations, Richard has found his soulmate with Beats1, and everyone agrees that 'Connect' is a steaming turd pile of pointlessness.

Episode bonus feature: another patented Richard Bailey EU rant.

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Episode 29: The US Navy, Samsung & Your Mum

In this week's episode of the show, your heroic trio discuss the US Navy's decision to shell out $9m for Microsoft to continue supporting Windows XP for them and what exactly went on in the early 2000s to cause everyone to refuse to move on from XP.

After a huge — and uncharacteristic — discussion about Microsoft for a change, the gang talk about their latest woes in trying to force their respective parents to upgrade their technology so that it will actually function, which inexplicably leads to a conversation about how washing machines are confusing as hell.

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Episode 28: Get Your Salt Shakers Out Now

Taylor Swift is in the news again, although this time it's not of the InfoSec variety. Taylor decided to write an open letter to Apple voicing concerns for independent artists with Apple's soon-to-be launched streaming service. Apple relented with their payment plans, but why? The gang try and untie the subject without avoiding the elephant in the room.

Your heroic trio also discuss advertising and the problems facing publishers and end-users on the web in light for the news that Safari and mobile Safari will block ads by default and Apple's iOS 9 'News' looks set to be largely ad-free.

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Episode 27: Four Months Of Ed Sheeran

In this episode the gang discuss the intricacies and details of Apple Music, the implications for Spotify, and the pricing structure of both with respect to the likes of Netflix and Hulu Plus.

Phil Schiller gave a groundbreaking podcast interview on The Talk Show with John Gruber. Being such a a unique opportunity with some fascinating answers, the gang run through some of the questions and answers in a strange podcastception scenario.

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Episode 26: Drake Has Fixed This For You

This week the gang give their thoughts on everything the was revealed during the WWDC 2015 Keynote. OS X El Capitan, iOS 9, watchOS 2, and Apple Music.

There's also plenty of time to rant about self service checkouts at supermarkets... again.

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Episode 25: Maslow's Monkey Bars Of Needs

This week everyone has a new Apple device... in fact, Richard has two because he's the most ridiculous. Mark's Apple Watch was delivered three weeks early, beating both (yes, both) of Richard's new Macs. Simon also dropped the cash on his beloved 15" Retina MacBook and he's as overjoyed as you'd expect.

We talk through the pros, cons, delights, and teething problems of our new purchases in a longer than usual episode.

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Episode 24: Glass Half Depressed

Mark and Richard test the new MacBook and the (sort of) new 15-inch retina MacBook Pro by visiting the Apple Store in recent days.

In addition, Richard tries the Apple Watch, Mark looks for wireless headphones, and Simon's dilemma over which MacBook machine to buy continues.

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Episode 23: Emotions And Sweat

Mark returns, joining Simon and Richard to pontificate about technology in transportation. Planes, trains, and automobiles!

Do you trust the squishy meatbag or the robot to get you where you're going?

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Episode 22: Glimmers Of The Elegance

With Mark ducking out for mysterious reasons, it’s left to Simon and Richard to run the show this week. The gents discuss Richard’s future Dropbox plans, and what it would take to make iCloud work for him again. There’s also talk of wrangling a setup of both a Mac and a PC, and what we do (and don’t do) as the role of unpaid family tech support.

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Episode 21: California Brain

Richard returns from his boat trip to take part in last week's discussion surrounding Dropbox. Naturally, we end up debating the future of the filesystem and bemoaning the existence of file extensions in 2015.

Sparked by Tesla's annoucement last week we spend the rest of the show discussing battery technology, the UK energy crisis, renewable power, and environmentalism (really!).

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Episode 20: Sail-By Commentary

Richard jumps off the good ship podcast for a week to paddle his own canoe, leaving Simon and Mark to discuss how they've been using Photos.app since it's release and whether or not Dropbox is a meeting its potential.

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Episode 19: Let Me Enjoy My Internet

A selfie stick incident causes a ceremonial burning of Mark and Richard's technology, and despite that everyone is in agreement that the EU is a bigger villain than the rogue selfie stick after drumming up a legal case against Google over … shopping!? Really?

After the EU anger dissipates, the three hosts debate if Google is trying to take over the web and possibly beyond, and if they are — does that matter?

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