It’s episode 300! But not 300 episodes. We explain. Also, Brett visits Minneapolis, secrets of the public radio interview, and lots of complaining about expensive Apple gear. All aboard!
Rabbi Eric Linder joins Brett and Jeff to talk band names, frameworks of understanding, spiritual atheism, and some real good apps.
Christina is off this week. Jeff interviews Brett about why and how he builds the tools he builds.
Bryan Guffey returns to talk about therapy as a commodity, Brenden Fraser in a fat suit (and the ethics of fat suits in the first place), good doctors, and a bunch of random stuff in-between!
We all know that journaling can be so good for us. Why is it so hard? We talked about what works for us and why. Then Brett tells us about the resurrection of his tool Gather. Have you heard the Good News?
Is there any such thing as a neurotypical? Our intrepid hosts discuss. Conversation styles, quality of presence, plus finding a therapist, tracking GitHub stars, and how to build the ultimate Markdown editor.
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The trio is back together to talk about this week’s mental health, tech conference hopes, music festival tragedies, and some great apps.
Brett is traveling and Jeff has some questions about Christina’s journey from American Idol to GitHub.
Jeff is back and he has stories to tell. Lots of mental health in this one, plus tips for the savvy traveler.
Jeff is traveling, so Overtired gets back to its roots with just Brett and Christina talking about mental health, conferences, Top Gun, and great apps.
Jeff’s driving this week, and he does a damn good job. Developer love languages, technology archaeology, and our host’s favorite apps for the week.
Victor Agreda Jr. joins the gang to talk about mental health, Star Trek, graphic novels, and some favorite apps.
Brett and Jeff take over for a week and discuss hiking, sharing one’s personal life, and the past and future of bookmarking.
Patrick Rhone joins the gang for a journey through mental health, a bit of TV, and some favorite apps that bring back a lot of memories.