Doug and Kirk discuss storing a media library on a network-attached storage device.
We welcome Glenn Fleishman back to the show to talk about iOS and macOS developers soon being able to respond to reviews, Ian’s hesitation to install smart light switches, and Glenn’s new Kickstart project: Hands On: the Original Digital.
\Chris Connaker went to the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. He reports on new audio equipment and the MQA music format.
Mac writer Rob Griffiths tells us how to efficiently rip DVDs and Blu-Rays.
We chat about Apple’s decreased software quality and our hopes for the future, including re-prioritizing things like thinness (a word Kirk hates) over battery life. Then Alexa and the King of Sweden completely derail us.