32 episodes

A monthly-ish discussion where Seth and Tim use evolving methodologies — often with the Apple ecosystem — to balance the ever-changing demands of work and family life. A potentially futile effort. It's a sickness. Or a cure. Or something…

Fundamentally Broken Seth Clifford/Tim Nahumck

    • Personal Journals
    • 5.0, 6 Ratings

A monthly-ish discussion where Seth and Tim use evolving methodologies — often with the Apple ecosystem — to balance the ever-changing demands of work and family life. A potentially futile effort. It's a sickness. Or a cure. Or something…

    Can't Wait, but I'll Wait

    Can't Wait, but I'll Wait

    Seth and Tim discuss the beta & upgrade seasons, the new workflows they've desired & developed over their time away, and check-in on their yearly themes.

    • 43 min
    No Input

    No Input

    Seth and Tim talk about taking time off.

    • 40 min
    When in Doubt, Machete

    When in Doubt, Machete

    Seth and Tim talk about their struggles with feeling overwhelmed and burned out.

    • 28 min
    Good Enough for Most Things

    Good Enough for Most Things

    Seth and Tim talk about why they got some new things and how it's making their lives better.

    • 40 min
    This Phone Feels Heavy

    This Phone Feels Heavy

    Seth and Tim talk about minimizing apps and services, along with what they want to see at WWDC.

    • 44 min
    I Don't Know Even What to Do Anymore

    I Don't Know Even What to Do Anymore

    Seth and Tim talk about a life reset.

    • 42 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

OkayGrammar ,

A Hoot

I just love that Seth is pretty much the only reason there is an explicit “E” next to each episode.

SnakeBeefalo ,

Wonderful, varied conversation

Seth and Tim are friends, and it's obvious in the discussions they have about productivity, about their kids, about near-death experiences... It doesn't matter what they talk about, the genuine connection is there and makes for a fun and engaging show that I absolutely adore. It's my favorite type of talk show: hosts who genuinely like each other talking about things with authentic interest. Plus, sound quality is top-notch and the show is tightly-edited. There's a level of care and polish that I'm sure neither of them would ever admit to, but it's evident in each episode.

Cronos27 ,

Pleasingly Productive Production

Advice and slice of life all in one. Having exhausted the back catalog of Cortex episodes it's great to finally have another low key podcast about a couple guys slowly honing their systems.

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