This week, Adam tells the heartwarming story of finally learning how to ride a bike. The boys also discuss drive-by lawyering, marrying people in New Orleans, lukewarm soup costumes, new iPhones, and the appearance of Marty McFly in our timeline (Yeah, we recorded this a while ago). Enjoy!
It's the return of your favorite elite technocratic futurists, perpetually living on the bleeding edge of the disruptive verge of technological innovation. They have indeed thrown caution to the wind and purchased a "Rev A" Apple product on the last podcast. Now after many nail-biting weeks, each of the boys receive the Apple Watch. How does it work? How does it look? How fun is the unboxing??? Tune in for this nonsense and MORE.
After a protracted delay, the prodigal podcasters return to discuss Adam’s recent trip to Germany. Disregarding medical science understood since the 19th century, Adam eats raw pork. The boys decide to buy Apple Watches on the air and contemplate what constitutes a tax deductible expense.
Lucky episode 13! Adam and Dave discuss the concept of "gardening leave" and the ongoing repair and maintenance of their aging Saabs. Dave pitches a unifying theory as to why Apple succeeded in electronics and the value of integrated systems. The prodigal podcasters wrap it up with a discussion of how the stock market picks winners and losers. Tell your broker you want 100 shares of WOTM (Waste of Time Machine).
The prodigal podcasters are back and better than ever. They discuss the timelessness of The Simpsons, customer disloyalty programs, and then have a very lengthly (and dare I say sexually charged) discussion about Apple Pay. Stick around till the end, and you'll get a earful of Molly's secret salad recipe!
The prodigal podcasters have wasted all the time they can. It's time to talk about the apple watch. Dave and Adam discuss the various hardware options, Apple's recent embrace of customization, and speculate on what the new UI means for Apple's other platforms.
The prodigal podcasters return once again for an uncharacteristically buttoned-up episode. We discuss Adam’s travels through the newly minted iOS and OS X betas. With shockingly few complaints, we then focus our attention on why we rarely use Facebook and do some pro bono consulting for LinkedIn.