A little mental health, a lot of Mac talk, some software, some hardware… this one is for the geeks.
Jeff officially joins the Overtired team and immediately launches into a debate on the validity of the Bee Gees as a band. Also, Young Earth Creationism, Satanic Panic, and coming to terms with Sammy Hagar.
Or Second Life With a Helmet… Jeff Severns Guntzel joins the Overtired crew for a third week to discuss Ukraine, zombies, vampires, and things that go viral in the night.
Spotify, Jon Stewart, Tech, and TV. That’s what you came for, right?
With a strong focus on media, this episode covers non-binary understanding to, well, 90-day fiancé. It’s pretty broad ranging. As you might expect.
Farts. It’s farts in a jar. Spontaneous pregnancy, crypto backlash, and, why not, let’s debate the value of The Matrix.
From overtired regrets to the death of Google Reader, this New Year’s episode will… I don’t know, keep you warm in the middle of winter? Or something.
You’ll always remember your firsts. Everything goes off the rails in this one. Even Bryan Guffey couldn’t stop us, but they gave it a good shot.
Victor Agreda Jr. returns to talk shop with Brett and Christina. A bit of work talk, a bit of TV talk, and some Mac apps talk (which is Brett’s favorite thing about this show, so that’s cool, but whatever).
This episode ranges from Twitter anti-semitism to very expensive Adele tickets. You won’t believe #9.
Christina’s back from a break and the kids get into being saved by regular expressions and maybe the Bell, if Brett will get on board.
Christina gets a week off and Overtired gets commandeered by tech writers. Victor Agreda Jr, Erin Dawson, and Brett chat about writing, careers, and coding. Or not coding.
Victor Agreda Jr. joins Brett and Christina to talk about magic, ADHD, nerd shit, and more. Then too much about Fish shell because Brett is too overtired to have any impulse control.