Automation makes your life easier and everyone can do it. We tell you how. Hosted by David Sparks and Rosemary Orchard.
Looking at Launchers
Rose and David spent some time looking at Raycast, the latest Mac launcher to arrive on the market, and compare it to their current favorite launcher, Alfred.
Moving Houses and to the Mac with Chris Lawley
Chris Lawley, YouTuber, nerd, and photographer joins David and Rosemary to talk about moving house and what that means for his smart home, as well as his journey back to the Mac.
Ask the Automators
In this episode Rose and David dig into the questions and feedback bag. Topics include Apple Notes and Reminders, home automation (hooray for doorbell cams!), window management, and IR blasting. Good times!
Magic Online Automations with Make
In this episode David and Rosemary dive into Make.com and get nerdy with a new online automation platform. And because it's the holidays they also touch on some of their holiday automations!
Brett Terpstra's Automation Tricks
Brett Terpstra joins David to explain some of his favorite automation tools and tricks.
Automating the Future, with Simon Støvring
Simon Støvring returns to talk about how much automation has changed and what his favourite new features are.
Amazing time saving info
If you are looking for something that needs to be automated or things that you didnt even know you could automate, this is the show. Dave and Rose are amazing at the detail of explaining things.
No longer valuable
This used to be a good show with ideas on how to automate various parts of your home and computing life, but it seems to have devolved into Rosemary rapid-fire bragging about her own use of automation with little to no explanation. I have been listening for years and just become increasingly frustrated. Two stars for Sparky interjecting occasionally.
Fun for automation nerds…
This is a great podcast full of tons of tips and covering a wide range of automation topics. The hosts are genuinely into this stuff and it shows.
My one hopefully constructive bit of criticism. With two enthusiastic hosts who
can both tend to “go down the rabbit hole” on occasion, the podcast can become a little unfocused and hard to follow. Maybe having one host being responsible for adhering to an episode outline would be helpful.