13: The Objectively-Correct Position

In today’s circus of mundanity, Curtis and Joe discuss Levelatorizing and audio quality, the appeal of handfeel, iPad Pros and cons, Microsoft!, and standing while playing video games.

Links for this episode:

The Levelator® from the Conversations Network

Mossberg: understanding the iPhone SE and iPad Pro

Intel Stops The Tick-Tock Clock

The Perfect iPad 2 Pants Pocket

Yahoo to Keep Alibaba Stake but Spin Off Core Businesses

Microsoft is bringing the Bash shell to Windows 10

Embrace, extend and extinguish – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sony is reportedly developing a ‘PlayStation 4.5’ for 4K gaming

List of stereoscopic video games – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

12: Not Even Once

In this episode, Curtis and Joe get looped in yet again and discuss the new iPhone SE and iPad Pro, bringin’ your ARAM, phone cases (or the lack thereof), and Apple’s questionable software processes.

Links for this episode:

Apple Event – Keynote March 2016


Live from Apple’s iPhone SE and iPad Pro event – The Verge

Andrew S. Grove 1936 – 2016

Dynamic random-access memory – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Intel Celeron processor families

5by5 | Hypercritical #86: Naked Robotic Core

Quote by Henry Ford

Think Different | Bunsen Blog

Rosetta (software) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Classic Environment – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Folklore.org: Pirate Flag

11: Screwdriver of Ultimate Power

In this episode, Curtis voids his warranty, Captain Picard keeps talking and talking, and the finer points of iDevice designs are debated.

Links for this episode:

iPhone 5 Battery Replacement – iFixit

iPhone 5 Battery Replacement Program – Apple Support

Anodizing – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

iTunes Match Match Explicit Songs Matches Clean | Apple Support Communities

The Picard Song – DarkMateria

10: There’s the Foghorn

In this episode, Curtis and Joe talk about caffeination, the key to blogging, the encryption debate, voracious VR requirements, and V-NAND (yell it in your head).

Links for this episode:

The Long Tail – Wired Blogs

Kirkland Signature™ Pacific Bold Coffee 200 K-Cup® Pods


Apple’s Cloud Loophole: Mossberg | Re/code

HTC Vive

Oculus Founder: Rift will come to Mac if Apple “ever releases a good computer” – Ars Technica

SteamVR Performance Test

Samsung unveils 2.5-inch 16TB SSD: The world’s largest hard drive – Ars Technica

9: Ghost-Powered WiFi

In this episode, Curtis ponders his pings, wireless fidelity is explored, more iPhone SE lust is explored, and webs are logged.

Links for this episode:

AirPort Extreme

AirPort Time Capsule

How to make Time Machine backups over network without OS X server?

Quality of service – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Smooth wall



palm prē – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Chamfer – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

iPhone 5/5s/SE Commuter Series

Panasonic ErgoFit In-Ear Earbuds Headphones with Mic/Controller

Bunsen Blog

8: Happy Valentine’s Day, Government

In today’s episode, Curtis falls off the wagon and into the coffeeverse. Along the way, Han shoots first, iPhones get encrypted, Apple lets down its power users, wives switch to Android, and quotas get met.

Links for this episode:

Star Wars Trilogy: The Definitive Collection – Wookieepedia – Wikia

Star Trek: The Next Generation Writer/Director’s Guide

Original 1977 Star Wars 35mm print has been restored and released online – Ars Technica

A graphic tale: the visual effects of Mad Max: Fury Road

Star Trek: Insurrection (1998) – IMDb

Apple vs. the FBI: all the news on the battle for encryption’s future – The Verge StoryStream

Lavabit – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mossberg: Apple’s apps need work – The Verge

Apple MF039ZM/A iPhone 5c Case, White

iPhone 6s Smart Battery Case – Charcoal Gray

iPhone SE design ‘identical’ to 5s with matte edges, will include 12 MP camera & 4K video

Software as a service – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

7: Capitalist Coffee

In this episode, Curtis and Joe talk lickable iOS 6 and Soylent cyborgs before committing to a deep-dive on coffee culture, varieties, and techniques.

Links for this episode:

List of iOS devices – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Soylent.com – Free your body

Cinnamon challenge – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Cyborg – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The science behind a good cup of coffee – Ars Technica

Amazon.com: Mesh Reusable Coffee Filter Basket Style Save Money

The Aerobie® AeroPress® Coffee Maker

Amazon.com: S Filter for AeroPress – Ultra Fine Stainless Steel Coffee Filter

7 Coffee Brewing Methods And Their Different Results

6: curtisbunnerconsulting.me

In the latest broadcast, Curtis and Joe discuss iOS 6 for those who don’t know better, Curtis Bunner LLC, the survival of television in the Internet age, real-life Iron Man Elon Musk, blogging long and short, infant-sized Nerf projectiles, and GAMES GAMES GAMES GAMES.

Links for this episode:

New Chrome for iOS is finally as fast and stable as Safari – Ars Technica

Limited liability company – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Build a Website – Squarespace

WYSIWYG – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

WIX.com: Free Website Builder | Create a Free Website

Parks and Recreation (TV Series 2009–2015) – IMDb

The Office (TV Series 2005–2013) – IMDb

Trailer Park Boys (TV Series 2001–2016) – IMDb

List of original programs distributed by Netflix – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


Monty Python’s Flying Circus – MY BRAIN HURTS!


History of Eastern role-playing video games – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

History of Western role-playing video games – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Joe Wojciechowski. A web log.

Briefly – Matt Gemmell

The Levelator® from The Conversations Network

Ultimator Ad (1994) – YouTube

Nerf Bow and Arrow Commercial – YouTube

Amazon.com: Nerf N-Strike Maverick

StarCraft II Official Game Site

Borderlands 2 – Gearbox Software

Quotidian Radio Episode Five: Equally Pointlessly Science-y

In the latest episode, Curtis makes a surprising purchase, discusses server backup strategies, and leads Joe through the soothing soundscapes of ASMR.

Links for this episode:

Why the 2012 non-Retina MacBook Pro still sells

Windows 10 – Microsoft Windows



WD Red Network-Attached Storage

Autonomous sensory meridian response – Wikipedia, the free online encyclopedia

BobRoss – Twitch


Quotidian Radio Episode Four: Consumer Erotic Show

In the latest podcast, Curtis and Joe talk power stripping, the Consumer Electronics Show, more virtual realities, science fiction entertainment of choice, stoke the flames of the native apps vs. web apps debate, and touch upon the details our broadcast medium.

Links for this episode:

Google engineer leaves scathing reviews of dodgy USB Type-C cables on Amazon

Aukey 50W / 10A 6 Ports USB Desktop Charging Station Wall Charger

Anker PowerLine Lightning (3ft) Apple MFi Certified – The World’s Fastest, Most Durable Lightning Cable

Oculus Rift Pre-Orders Now Open, First Shipments March 28

The Matrix (franchise) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Lord of the Rings (film series) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Beginning: Making Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace

Star Wars: Episode VII Trailer – George Lucas’ Special Edition

Star Wars Holiday Special – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Expanse on Syfy

Battlestar Galactica (2004 TV series) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


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