Clockwise is a rapid-fire discussion of current technology issues hosted by Dan Moren and Mikah Sargent and featuring two special guests each week. Four people, four topics--and because we're always watching the clock, no episode is longer than 30 minutes. Hosted by Dan Moren and Mikah Sargent.
White Chocolate’s Not Real Chocolate
Yet another leak of Apple's tracking fobs, who should moderate online content, good password hygiene, and Spotify's podcast listeners.
Time for That to Sunset
Killer apps for AR and VR, video chat etiquette tips, how we'll use tech differently in 2021, and the advertising and marketing decisions that we'd toss out the window.
The Year My Reality Finally Goes Virtual
Tech we're looking forward to in 2021, our schedules for buying M1 Macs, favorite gadgets of 2020, and holiday tech gifts.
Eliminate Nostril Cam
Politicians on Twitter, tech-related Advent calendars, Apple's car ambitions, and how we've routed around 2020 for the holiday season.
How Many T's?
Web services that connect web services, HBO Max's attempt to boost subscriptions, Apple Fitness+, and Facebook's shot across Apple's bow.
The Doorway to my Ear Canal
Our best apps and games of 2020, our ideal set of headphones, whether we'll be trying out Apple Fitness+ when it ships, and our home theater set-ups.
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Really Great Show, Only a Minor Issue
I love this show and have been listening for years. However, I miss Jason as a host and his replacement is a step-down. Micah tries too hard to be funny by over-annunciating words, dragging out words and sentences, and stating needless points. It gets pretty annoying by the end of the each episode.
Bit too ground level most of the time
Some episodes are great, and others are....tough. There's pros and cons to having a hard limit of 30 minutes: You can't go in-depth on a lot of topics and a lot of times, it leaves much to be desired, or the listener goes "hey wait a minute you never even considered ___" and this podcast unfortunately hits that note a lot. There's also times where I wish the hosts and guests were more technically saavy than they are, it sort of detracts from a "tech" podcast and feels more like a consumer buyer's guide podcast. Some of the hosts also are weird, like answering questions with "I don't like movies" or "I don't eat food" or other weird strange edgy statements that feel uncomfortable. I'd rather the discussion be a bit more substantial than just that.
Listened to the episode that has Casey Liss because I’m a big fan of ATP and know the writings of Dan from 6 colors.
Honestly, it was the most difficult podcast I’ve ever listened to.
I know the time constraint is part of that but I’m comfortable with Gruber’s Dithering.
So I’m not sure if it’s because there’s 4 hosts and at the end I didn’t feel any more connected or if the 30 minute limit felt like it was a 50 minute recording edited to death where everyone was afraid to pause.
In any case, one and done for me. :/