Episode 16: Spring Cleaners and April Fools

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Nate starts of describing his first “official” competitive video gaming experience. Then while discussing some follow up and news we get into the hopefully fading fad of April Fools’ pranks on the internet.

Next we dive into the topic of Spring Cleaning and the many different ways to get rid of your stuff, from junk to priceless treasures. If you have some great solutions or questions on Spring Cleaning, let us know. We end with Nate’s deep discussion that started with the quote “I spend a lot of time thinking about time.” 

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Episode 14: Co-Host for Hire

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On the heels of the Apple Special Event episode, Nate and Dave get back to the rest of the news. After giving some shout outs, Nate threatens to “fire” Dave for his lack of Facebooking. Then Dave threatens to fire Facebook for trying to get his phone number.

What should you do before and after your smart phone is lost or stolen? Have a good backup, a good pin (Low 5 segment on pins) and hope for the best.

We wrap up the episode with an Amazon Prime Pick of the Week and Nate says he is going to do his best to avoid the Apple vs. FBI story next episode.

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Episode 12: Popcorn Foraging Hobo Bears

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We start off talking about how NPR and robots are taking over our board games and the world. Obama took over SxSW and Nate wonders how anything is secure anymore. After that we talk apps, apps and more apps, from pro tips on going to the movies to making yourself look like Leo DiCaprio.

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Link: 25 Hidden iPhone Features

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Math in Spotlight Search

I like to think that I know just about all there is to know about using the iPhone, but am always pleased to learn some new tips. The article below has 25 iPhone features that aren’t obvious.

Truth be told I did know many of these but there were a few new ones, a couple notes:

  • Any of the tips referencing 3D Touch only work on the iPhone 6s or 6s Plus.
  • I really like the tips for conversion and math in Spotlight Search, I need to use Spotlight more!

The Link: Boy Genius Report – 25 hidden iPhone features that are really, truly hidden