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John and Mark finally get the to productivity apps they utilize on the iPad. Productivity is an evolving use for John, but Mark uses it as a primary tool for many tasks.
John and Mark welcome a surprise guest to the podcast. Fonyam Atanga is the Woodford County High School boys soccer coach. He is also very involved in the Central Kentucky soccer community, as well as a former soccer star at Georgetown College. He is a friend and semi-regular craft beer drinker.
John and Mark talk to Kristin and Chris about the Central Kentucky Bluebird Trail. There were lots of new things going on at West Sixth Farm, as well as lots of expansion activities.
John and Mark hangout at their "West Sixth Farm office". They planned to discuss on their iPad apps, but only made it through the apps they regularly use for consuming content, gaming, etc. Looks like the productivity apps will be on a future episode.
John and Mark meet for an in-person podcast at the West Sixth Farm. Mark talked about a recent episode of The New Bureaucrat podcast with their guest Doug Robinson. The bulk of the episode was spent talking about John's new iPad Air. They also talked about Mark's longtime use of iPads and his current iPad Pro.
John and Mark do a deep beer dive and then finally talk about books. They chat about their fav authors and why.
John and Mark host a special in-person, socially distanced podcast recording with the founder of the Central Kentucky Bluebird Trail at West Sixth Farm. Once again, they started their day with the outstanding collaboration between West Sixth and Country Boy, the Country Western Cinnamon Toast Stout. We re-issued this episode thinking Chris would have the domain fixed, but he doesn't. We also added the correct podcast file :)
John and Mark once again visit the West Sixth Farm for an in-person, socially distanced podcast. They had some of the West Sixth/Country Boy Cinnamon Toast Stout collaboration. They talked about how they are using iOS 14, along with some Big Sur talk.
John and Mark ventured to Madtree Brewing in Cincinnati for a socially distanced in-person episode. The brunch menu from Catch a Fire was very inviting! John had the hash quesadilla and Mark had shrimp and grits. Both were outstanding, especially with the Madtree beer for breakfast. They talked a little about the worsening COVID-19 problems. The plan was to talk about how they were keeping up with the roller-coaster election results, but as they finished their first beer, Joe Biden was declared the next President of the United States.
John and Mark started off talking about the upcoming election. They enjoyed the Every Vote Counts Hazy Pale Ale from Madtree Brewing. They had a really cool conversation about activist, digital rights leader and scifi author Cory Doctorow. His books Little Brother and Homeland were influential in further crafting their world view. John has started Cory's new book, Attack Surface, and taunted Mark about how good it was so far!
John and Mark recorded safely and live at England Idlewild Park in Burlington, KY. They drank some amazing beer from Braxton Brewing as they talked about podcasting equipment. They might have in line with the flight path of the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport.
John and Mark welcomed Jody McCann to the podcast to chat about music. After they talked about craft beer and wine, they jumped into how they have listened to music over the years, Jody's "hobby" with public radio engineering and show hosting. Jody will be back on the podcast soon to finish talking about topics they didn't get to cover, such as the DMCA, Fair Use and how the EFF helps.
John and Mark actually meet-up in person at the West Sixth Farm in Franklin County, Kentucky to record an episode. It's also where they worked for the day. The guys talked about how their daily work activities have changed during the pandemic. It was extra scary for the to record a podcast and not drink beer at the same time.
John and Mark are joined again by Mitch to discuss their drinking habits during the CIVID-19 pandemic. They actually talked about the importance of supporting the food and beverage industry, small businesses and how they do it.
If you haven't figured it out yet, John and Mark are pretty darn liberal. They celebrate diversity and agonize over the injustices in our world. Imagination and empathy followed by support and activism are important to them. In this episode, they talk about the Black is Beautiful beer initiative, social injustice and how we all need to do better for each other. They are joined by their regular guest, Mitch, and the infamous Chris on this epoisode.
John and Mark are joined by world famous iOS game developer Andrew Palumbo. They discuss his game Comet Run, other game ideas and even a COVID Restroom app idea. Yup, they talked about beer too!
John and Mark dive into some cool data science topics. Both come at the subject from different angles, but meet in the middle. Sure, they talked about beer too :)
Recorded several weeks ago and lost due to quarantine, John, Mark and regular special guest Mitch mostly talk about beer, food to go and supporting local businesses. The show notes suck for this episode :)
John and Mark recorded this episode on-site at the Dead Lizard Brewery in Orlando, FL before the COVID-19 crisis. This was their first on-site recording session. They talked about even more subscriptions they pay for and the massive amounts of money involved. Of course, they chatted about the great brews from Dead Lizard and also Rock Pit Brewing in the Orlando area.
John and Mark are joined by Mitch, the first 3-time guest, to talk about all sorts of things. They combined the beer from "The Lost Episode" and this one, talked about what they were doing during the COVID-19 quarantine, etc. They rounded out the session talking about cycling and once again, beer options, along the Little Miami Trail.
John and Mark, and two special guests Mitch and Norwin, talk about the COVID-19 health crisis across the world and during its early stages in the US. They had some really good beer from Braxton Brewing and Rhinegeist, plus a really, really bad imported beer from elsewhere!
John and Mark talk about subscriptions to all sorts of apps, services, etc. They are paying for so many subscriptions that a second episode is needed to cover everything.
John and Mark were not Lost in Space! They are headed to the Podfest Expo and talked about the impact of the Coronavirus across the world. They also had some awesome beer from Against the Grain Brewery in Louisville, KY.
John and Mark enjoy two beers from Vincennes Brewing in Indiana that Craig the Barber gave them. They talked about the video streaming services they like, use and some they don't use anymore. Some of their friends make the usual appearance and there was even another friend that was trolled during the episode.
The nerds love to read! John and Mark talk about how they read along, with some shared fav authors like Cory Doctorow. They throw a curveball on their beer and have some Boulevard Brewing Jam Band and a Rhinegeist Press Tart.
Once again, John and Mark have another great Braxton Brewing Beer. They promise a new brewery for Episode 3. John and Mark talk about their love of music, challenges with some of the services and even discuss some cool artists!
John and Mark talk about more beer from Braxton Brewing, do some follow-up from Episode Zero and talk about some podcast creation software. They spend most of their time talk about their favorite conferences, or Cons, and some upcoming events they may attend.
John and Mark test their podcast gear in Episode 0. They also talk about the new Macbook Pro, John's plans for an iPhone and institutionalizing the name JFab at work. As always, they started with beer.