iOS developer Chris Clarke from Midnight Drive Apps joins us to talk new MacBook Pros and a silent keyboard fix from Apple, why Swift as a programming language needs more work, forced OS upgrades, how Microsoft is doing great things with Fluent design, and why augmented reality is more practical than virtual reality.
Anne Wheaton stops by to talk about her new picture book, PIGGY AND PUG, self-publishing a picture book with a huge social media presence, found families, spreading kindness on Twitter, and more.
This week Aaron and Rich delve into superstition. Why do so many people believe in things that seem irrational, illogical, and rooted in fear of the unknown?
Tom’s Hardware accidentally breaks the embargo on Microsoft’s new Surface Go notebook computer. We have the details on what it is, who it’s for, and whether or not you should buy one.
Julia chats with holistic nutritionist, Jennifer Lloyd at “Eat For Living.” They take a deep dive into explaining what holistic nutrition is and is not, how the food you eat affects your gut microbiome, and what you can do to improve your health by making tweaks to what you put in your body.