The gang’s all here once again to talk mental health, macOS video reactions, and our favorite software of the week.
Developer Jay Miller joins Brett and Jeff to talk mental health, espresso machines, and, of course, our picks for Grapptitude this week.
Jeff is back from Africa, and the gang is ready to dig into mental health. Everyone has stories to share.
Brett, Christina, and Bryan Guffey talk about the social network landscape, a bit of TV, and some Grapptitude picks to love.
Erin Dawson joins Brett and Christina to discuss how to spend drink tickets, the origins of hashish, Titan implosions, and picks for grAPPtitude.
The gang’s all here to mourn the death of long-time friend of the show, Yeti. Plus, plumbing adventures, musical diversions, VisionPro, Mac Gaming, and some great GrAPPtitude picks.
Christina is off to see Taylor Swift, so Brett and Jeff hold down the fort. Hiking for mental health, Markdown, file management and your weekly Grapptitude.
The gang’s back and ready to chat about Apple Savings Accounts, insecure TLDs, and tab management.
Christina and Brett talk Tucker Carlson, Don Lemon, Single Drunk Female, the resurgence of RSS, and their favorite apps.
All three hosts are back this week, and the discussion ranges from favorite bookstores to favorite window managers, with a healthy dose of mental health in between.
Jeff’s gone this week, so Overtired returns to Original Recipe with Christina and Brett talking about Satanic Panics, TV, eating gluten free, and finding the shortest lines on your Disney vacation.
Christina interviews Jeff on the years he spent going back and forth to pre-war Iraq, and about his ill-fated post-war trip. Then it’s on to product placement in The White Lotus and, of course, Grapptitude.
From the Post Office to the latest in AI, you don’t need to know anything about oversized VHS boxes to enjoy this amazing episode.
90s alternative bands are on tour, pets are aging gracefully, and parking in Chicago in the winter has its own customs.
Brett and Jeff fend for themselves as the conversation turns to microdosing, extensible software, Electron woes, and technology past and present.