As you may know, Pocket Casts is my favorite podcast app, and it's on the short list of apps I use every single day.
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In its latest incarnation, the VLC media player addresses some long-standing complaints and adds some killer new features.
Instagram is everything that Facebook isn't, and vice versa. And that's a good thing.
Project Fi's "pay for what you use" system is being updated with an unlimited data plan with a monthly fee cap.
As you know, I am constantly evaluating and reevaluating the software tools that I use. This is especially true for writing.
It's been a while since I've detailed the PC, peripherals, and software that I use every day.
In the 1990's, Apple had an ad campaign called "What's on your PowerBook?" that I always liked.
While I routinely list my favorite audiobooks from each year, I don't believe I've ever done so for podcasts.
I spend a lot of time listening to audiobooks. Here are some of my favorites from 2017.
I really enjoy the sound quality of Sonos wireless smart speakers, but I don't like the cost or compatibility issues.
Google Play Music has a major downside that I keep bumping into. And now it's completely broken too.
This is the review I was born to write. It is the most important article I've ever written.