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.
I Am a Tiny Kitten Hanging on to a Tree
Apple's new podcast subscriptions, our favorite under-the-radar WWDC news, the last game we got into, and which big tech companies we'd break up.
Sacrificed to the Monterey Gods
Our thoughts on Spatial Audio in Apple Music, if we're excited about Shortcuts on the Mac and our other WWDC favorites, if SharePlay will convince us to use FaceTime, and how we feel about Universal Control for iPad and Mac.
You Over-Clevered It
Our hopes and dreams for Apple's WWDC, feelings on the iPad's Center Stage feature, ephemeral social media feelings, and who we're rooting for in the Apple Design Awards.
You Win a Basket
New iPadOS features we think Apple will announce, the remote controls we use regularly, our digital — and physical — wallets, and recent acquisitions that have brought us joy.
Especially the British Wolf
Lossless and spatial audio on Apple Music, improved Pixel photography for people of color, Google's AI dermatology tool, and moving from voice to video calls.
A Dongle Don't Do It
How we deal with spam calls and texts, whether we'll be subscribing to Apple TV+, the dongles we do and don't use, and our thoughts on tech recycling and ecology.
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.
A very fun 30 minutes
For fans of fun, technology, and ruthless efficiency.
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.