Hi, this is Allison Sheridan of the NosillaCast Apple Podcast, hosted at Podfeet.com, a technology geek podcast with an EVER so slight Apple bias. Today is Sunday, September 11, 2022, and this is show number 905.
While I am super excited to take a trip to Dynamic Island next week, I am not going to regurgitate the Apple announcements, but rather bring you fresh content you can hear nowhere else but here. I do have to say that the chat room was hopping this year with fun people during the announcements. I think Dave Gerlits described the vibe perfectly in a letter to Steve and me:
I wanted to thank both you and Steve for making me feel so welcome today in the Discord “Disco” where all the cool kids come and comment during Apple events.
Ok, let’s get into that original content I promised!
This week I had a blast as a guest on Clockwise with Dan Moren and Mikah Sargent and fellow guest Joe Rosensteel. We answered pressing questions such as:
- Are you Ultra enough for the Apple Watch Ultra? Is Apple Watch marketing out of control? Who is this really for?
- Do you ever do a full nuke and pave of your Mac? How often? What event makes you go for it? Do you have a process?
- Will you be upgrading to an iPhone 14 this year? If so, which one?
- Apple adapted their events from on-stage presentations, with some video segments, to a very polished long-form video presentation that Tim Cook described as a “film”. Is there anything about the format you wish Apple would change?
- What color was your childhood bedroom?
Can you guess which one of these was my question? You can find Clockwise in your podcatcher of choice, or there’s a link in the show notes to episode #467 Off-Road For Two Seconds.
I love this tip for so many reasons. First of all, Bruce pointing out that even I don’t know what I’ve talked about so how on earth should all y’all be expected to remember? Secondly, I didn’t realize it was in Photos for macOS. Probably because I didn’t look for the change when the info panel is open.
I’ve had experiences like Bruce’s where it does really well on some things and is a complete miss on others. It can recognize things in images like the Taj Mahal, but maybe not your local library building. I do also want to point out that Bruce sent in this tip ages ago and so no disrespect was meant now that the Queen has passed. That’s all on me. Thanks again, Bruce, keep these tips coming!
Have you heard an episode of Chit Chat Across the Pond or the NosillaCast in the past few months that inspired you in some way, or maybe made you laugh, or actually made you more productive? You can show that appreciation by sending a donation through PayPal. Christoph Trusch did just that with his quarterly donation this week. Long-time NosillaCastaway Janet Chesne also sent in a generous donation and included a note that warmed my heart. She wrote, “Thank you for your NosillaCast podcast, still my fave.” I told her that her kind words mean even more than the money (but I’ll graciously accept the money.)
If you’d like to be swell like Christoph and Janet, just go to podfeet.com/paypal and choose the amount of currency you like. Thank you Christoph and Janet!
That’s going to wind this up for this week. Did you know you can email me at [email protected] any time you like? If you have a question or a suggestion just send it on over. You can follow me on Twitter at @podfeet. If you want to join the conversation, you can join our Slack community at podfeet.com/slack where you can talk to me and all of the other lovely NosillaCastaways. Remember, everything good starts with podfeet.com. You can support the show at podfeet.com/patreon or with a one-time donation at podfeet.com/paypal like Christoph and Janet. And if you want to join in the fun of the live show, head on over to podfeet.com/live on Sunday nights at 5pm Pacific Time and join the friendly and enthusiastic NosillaCastaways. Thanks for listening, and stay subscribed.