Bryan and Jeff have pretty high expectations for the future of technology, and aren’t afraid to share. This week they dive into what they want to see, ranging from immersive reality to companion robots, and debate what might become reality while exploring what could go wrong.
Bryan and Jeff both have experience as published authors, so this week they’re sharing their experiences with writing process, editing, and getting published. They also talk about the writing tools they use, how to improve your fiction and non-fiction skills, and where to find support for honing your craft.
Bryan and Jeff dive in to data protection, cloud storage issues, strong passwords, password managers, and more this week in their computer security-palooza discussion. Jeff also shares his dismay over Bryan not knowing about Correct Horse Battery Staple.
Bryan and Jeff decide to make their pre-show banter the entire episode this week, and still manage to talk for nearly an hour. As Bryan has pointed out, we’re in the golden age of television so the team shares what shows they’re watching right now.
Bryan and Jeff look at Apple’s just-announced iPhone SE 3, M1 iPad Air, the Mac Studio, and 27-inch Studio Display. Bryan also amazes us with how much money he spent on Apple gear this week.
This week on The Context Machine, Bryan and Jeff discuss the evolution of computer and tablet pointing devices, changing up story lines for movies, The Lord of the Rings, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, and Han shooting first.
Bryan Chaffin and Jeff Gamet dive into their TV viewing lives as cord cutters on this week’s episode of The Context Machine.
Bryan Chaffin and Jeff Gamet get the band back together and take the show down a new path as The Context Machine, and Jeff gets all excited about mechanical keyboards.
Bryan Chaffin and Jeff Gamet reflect on recent changes, and they try to put 15 years of iPhone into context. Hard to believe!
Bryan Chaffin and Jeff Gamet talk about CES and the future of in-person events. They also take a look at brain implants, which, believe it or not, are here. And, they talk about efforts to make social media companies accountable and say: be careful what you wish for.