This week I guested on the Download podcast. Aleen Simms and I joined Stephen Hackett and Jason Snell to talk about Apple’s play services including Apple TV+, Apple Card, Apple Arcade, Apple News+ and so many other things that start with the word “Apple”.
This week I was a guest on the Friends in Your Ears podcast. Anže Tomić and I joined Kathy Campbell to talk about some of our favorite podcasts and how we got into this racket. It's a short show but a lot of fun and worth checking out.
Last week I attended the first ever CMD-D: Masters of Automation conference in San Jose. At the end of the day, Jason Snell did a live on-stage podcast with all the speakers, including yours truly.
The show went live this week in the Upgrade feed. I though it came out great and there is a lot of good information about where we stand with automation technologies with both Mac and iOS. The CMD-D portion starts about 30 minutes into the podcast but I recommend listening to the whole thing.
Speaking of podcasating, I also guested today on the Clockwise podcast where we covered the future of laptop keyboards, whether VR can be good at anything beyond entertainment, the growing importance of encryption, and a watchOS 3 check-in.
Neil Tyra does an interesting podcast where interviews entrepreneurial attorneys called, appropriately, The Law Entrepreneur. Neil has a great interview style and makes it easy to talk. I was please to be asked to guest on episode 26, which is now live. In it I talk about getting started as a solo attorney. There's a lot of inside-baseball stuff in here about the practice of law but also a bit about my lawyer origin story if you're interested.