On the third episode of series 2, Clinton is joined by Matthew JC. Powell to discuss the Apple rumour mill and two long standing rumours; the iWatch and the the Apple TV, not to be confused with the AppleTV but the actual Apple TV, the TV by Apple.
Thanks to Matthew for joining me on this episode, it was great to have you on.
On the second episode of series 2, Clinton is joined by Zac Cichy to discuss the future of gaming. Will there be another console generation? What can Nintendo do to improve Wii U sales? What will become of Nintendo if it can't? Why did Apple make a third party controller spec? Will the AppleTV ever be a full-fledged gaming device? Why is Valve moving into the gaming hardware space? What will gamers be like in the future? All these questions and many more will be investigated in this epic two and a half hour long episode of Anodised.
Many thanks to Zac Cichy for joining me on this episode. You can follow him on Twitter and Alpha. Don’t forget to check out his site, Whole And Part and his podcast with Andrew J Clark, The Menu Bar.
As a special treat for the listeners we have complied all the outtakes and bloopers from series one of Anodised into a single episode for your enjoyment. We hope you like it and please rate us on iTunes!
In our sixth and final episode of series one, Clinton and John discuss the iOS App Store and the Mac App Store. We talk about the benefits of the App Stores, the challenges of being on the App Store, the evils of in-App Purchases, the lack of trials and demos, the information developers can display on the App Store and difficulties browsing the App Store.
Anodised is going on hiatus over the Christmas period, we’ll be back with all new episodes in the new year.
In our fifth episode, Clinton is joined by special guest Benjamin Alexander to discuss people and technology. Specifically, ‘what do we think of as technology’, ‘why are some people more adept at using technology than others’, ‘will there ever be a point when people such as ourselves struggle with future technologies’, and ‘how can technically proficient people learn to be better teachers?’
Thanks to Ben for joining me on the show, it was great to have you on.