Here’s the plan: Get 3 hours of sleep. Start a podcast. Sleep for 6–8 hours. Finish the podcast. So this is really a 9 hour podcast that you can get through in under an hour. That’s the level of efficiency you can expect from us.
Music on vinyl, porn on paper, and mixed-race same-sex couples finally get their own emojis. And we talk about keyboards, of course.
Optical health is important. So is owning your music, at least if it’s worth hundreds of millions of dollars. Eventually we get around to talking tech, and not just because we were paid to.
Overtired becomes the first tech show to really delve into the #FreeBritney movement. Plus E-ink tablet comparisons and some great apps. Because this is, ostensibly, a tech show.
From mainframe memories to Gamestop, with some good ol’ cancel culture in the middle.
Brett hasn’t slept for over 24 hours and still pulls off a mostly coherent conversation like a got dam Overtired professional. Nerd stuff. A lot of nerd stuff. And atypically free of Taylor Swift mentions.
The Discord topics bot suggested we cover Religion, Politics, and TV this week, with optional mention of Taylor Swift. It’s like it knows us. Or Brett programmed it…
We had to talk about Georgia. We had to talk about insurrection. We had to talk about American Fascism. But we also managed to cover an array of what today’s kids would call classic television. We hope you find this episode as cathartic as…
The inventor of the CueCat changed his name, and now he’s here to rescue the election from all that fraud. Brett and Christina discuss. Also, Parler, Bean Dad, and some of the hottest software tips around.
NASA frowns on this episode. We also manage to upset the Yang Gang, Trek fans, and web developers. But we do pimp some great apps. So there’s that.
Much like Christina and Brett are very consistent in their portrayal of two ADHD, media-obsessed podcasters, Kaley Cuoco is really good at playing that one character.
This one is about music, and not just Taylor Swift. I mean, it’s about Taylor Swift, too, but also other music. Great music. And some not so great. But music.
Crackheads and kittens, TV for kids and adults, Terminals for Mac and Windows, and fonts both monospaced and cursive. This episode exposes two sides of basically everything.
Dealing with personal tragedy, verifying votes, and finally some Taylor Swift talk.
Mean tweets and snowstorms. Plus, what’s not to love about Big Sur, file management apps, and when to walk out of a movie.