It has been more than a year since I last published a podcast episode. I also have a new show format and focus on connecting tech to real world people and situations. There are two issues I see with tech podcasts. They either get heavy into specs (which is just fine for those people who like that) or they are constantly negative.
Spec-heavy tech shows have their place but forget that real people use tech to live their life and do their job. Perpetually having negative reactions to tech undervalues its effect. I want to make sure we are always looking for ways tech is helping people. Especially those on a serious budget or like to repair their devices.
This but lets not let that distract us from the real news. What we really need to talk about is how many unread text messages y'all have. I also look at new digital assistant adapters shown off at CES, finding a feature phone for under $50 and the best place for Stories (chat and Twitter).
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Miami Vice Podcast
Back in 1984, Miami Vice changed the TV landscape not only for the decade, but for generations of police drama’s since. Miami Vice’s cultural impact on TV was not only with police drama’s, but bringing in the best of popular music with each and every episode. Go With the Heat is a serial podcast going an episode at a time and digging into the cultural phenomenon that is Miami Vice from the perspective of hosts who have never seen an episode prior to starting this podcast.