With Matter on the horizon, there has never been a better time to get into home automation. On this episode, Stephen and David talk about how their HomeKit setups have evolved over time and what they hope Apple and others can add to the smart home.
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Why You Can’t Pay Attention (& How To Reclaim Your Focus) | Rich Roll
Journalist and 'Stolen Focus' author Johann Hari joins Rich for a discussion on social media, our degrading attention spans and the solutions forward.
Upgrade #410: Apple Park Vibe Check - Relay FM
Live from Apple Park, Jason has a first-hand report from the WWDC Keynote. (Myke was nearby, but that’s a whole other story.)
Mac Power Users #643: WWDC 2022 - Relay FM
Recorded live and in-person at Apple Park, Stephen and David reflect on the announcements made at WWDC22.
Automators #102: Automating DEVONThink - Relay FM
Rose and David dig deep on all of Automator's varied automation tools.
Mac Power Users #640: The iPhone App Roundup - Relay FM
The App Store didn't launch until a year after the first iPhone, but it has defined the smartphone era. This week, Stephen and David talk about some of their favorite iPhone apps.
Mac Power Users #608: DEVONthink & New Apple Hardware - Relay FM
David's newest Field Guide covers DEVONthink, and this week he and Stephen discuss the application, some example uses and the basics anyone looking at it should know. After that, they review the new iPhone and iPad mini.
How I Built This with Guy Raz: E397: WordPress & Automattic: Matt Mullenweg
Matt Mullenweg turned his early passion for blogging into a flourishing business and an unshakeable idea: that users should be able to share and tweak the code that powers their websites, and that most of those tools should be free to use. As far back as college, Matt was collaborating with far-flung fellow-coders to make blogging less clunky and more elegant and intuitive. Around 2005, he pitched the idea for WordPress.com to his bosses at CNET, but they turned him down, so he launched the idea on his own, eventually tucking the service into a nascent umbrella company called Automattic. Today—after many twists and turns—the company has nearly 2000 employees and a valuation of $7 billion; and WordPress powers more than 40% of the websites on the internet.
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Upgrade #397: My Favorite Amount of Transistors - Relay FM
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