One of my favorite podcasts is the Clockwise podcast, and thus I was thrilled to be a guest on yesterday's show. This podcast has a lot going for it. First, it is a podcast about technology (especially Apple technology) hosted by two of the best in the field: Jason Snell, the former Macworld Editor in Chief who has been writing about Apple since the 1990s, and Dan Moren, who wrote for Macworld from 2006 to 2014. Second, the podcast always includes two other guests, which change from week to week, so every show includes different perspectives. Third, each episode is strictly limited to 30 minutes, so it is fast-paced and doesn't waste your time.
Yesterday's show (Episode 94) was a good one. The two guests were me and Georgia Dow, who lives in Montreal and is both a psychotherapist and a regular contributor to the great iMore website. (She is also a two-time Canadian Jujitsu Champion.)
We started off with a pretty narrow topic — whether Apple is doing a good enough job updating the Safari web browser — and then discussed everyone's all-time favorite Apple hardware products, the future of the iPod, and finally we speculated on what might be the next big advancement for the iPhone. So this episode features discussions of Apple technology past, present and future.
You can download the show in your podcast player of choice, or you can click here to listen in your browser or download the show. I encourage you to check it out.