Joining Bart this month are Nick Riley, Steve Stanger from the Mac Round Table, and Victor Cajiao from the Artechulate podcast.
The show starts with a quick roundup of some of the court-related Apple news for June 2015, before jumping into the main stores of the month. First, some Home Kit News, then the news from Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference, then the ‘confederate flag’ kerfuffle in the App Store, and finally a collection of privacy-related stories including the EFF’s ‘who has your back’ report.
The show finishes with a quick roundup of some other important Apple-related news that broke in June, including some staffing changes at Apple, a recall of Beats speakers, and a replacement program for 3TB iMac hard drives.
Tim returns for a great conversation with David in which they guys discuss Chicago’s Entertainment Tax, Better Touch Tool for Mac OS X, Touch Arcade, Macstock, cool LED lights, Blu Life 8 XL, Braven BRV-Pro speaker, Apple Music, and much more.
Faucets! BBQ! Kittehs! The after party from Barry Fulk’s house from Macstock 2015 was amazing! So many people there and even severe thunderstorms and heavy rain couldn’t dampen (see what I did there?) people’s spirits. The GMen have a talk with lots of people and a particularly long conversation with Pilot Pete from the awesome Mac Geek Gab and then they not only lose control of the show, they weren’t even there! Big thanks to Barry and his wife Bobbi for allowing the whole gang in. I’m sure Barry will pay and pay dearly for all this.
This week, Tim is traveling for work again, so David takes the opportunity to break our normal podcast workflow by attempting to do the show completely on his iPad. Topics under discussion include the poor management decisions made by some Tech companies, and a retro look at the Alphasmart Neo.
Tim Chaten and John Armour – Level 100 covers the pre-E3 announcements including the Smash Brothers direct, and a few leaks including Hyrule Warriors for 3DS. Stay tuned for Level 101 where we will cover all that was E3 2015.
A historical event! Or maybe hysterical. Guy and Gaz do a podcast together…uh…together for the very first time at Macstock 2015. A few guests, a lot of laughs, and frankly it’s just the beginning as next week’s show will be from the Midwest Mac BBQ which was completely off the hook! Or whatever the kids say now.
This month it’s just Bart and Antonio Rosario from Switch to Manual.
This is a continuation of a discussion on photographing people started in the previous episode. In this instalment we discuss portraits of all forms, from environmental to traditional, with a particular focus on photographing relatives at family events.
E3, WWDC 15, and other events that took place over the last two weeks is the focus on the show. We also delve into problems with Tim’s iOS Music App, David’s solo show, who Google and FaceBook actually serve, Apple’s abysmal track record of online services, and much more.