Technically Correct

Episode Archive

Episode Archive

293 episodes of Technically Correct since the first episode, which aired on July 23rd, 2014.

  • Episode 277: Trash Can Nachos

    June 2nd, 2021  |  1 hr 45 mins

    Vis a vis our plans to open the kimono ahead of our Q2 all hands, the ask here is that the biz. dev. team get their heads in the game if we truly want to be a 10X kind of organization. @channel

    This week: Trader Joe’s acknowledges The Cider House Rules, Amazon Studios hopes to Die Another Day, and Apple didn’t spend all that money on Office Space for you folks to sit at home watching Ted Lasso during the Webex. 📎 .

  • Episode 276: RingCentral Concrete Bowl

    May 26th, 2021  |  15 mins 13 secs

    Off again this week, but we left you a double shot on the counter.

    In this mini: pro sports and Las Vegas angling to be Nevada’s Oakland. 🏀.

  • Episode 275: Fun Size

    May 19th, 2021  |  15 mins 21 secs

    We’re off this week, but we’ve got a cappuccino-sized episode for you anyhow.

    In this mini: Carlos finds new ways to make sleep as complicated as humanly possible and Ryan has surprisingly strong feelings about candy nomenclature. 🍬.

  • Episode 274: Excelified 1040

    May 12th, 2021  |  1 hr 18 mins

    Tax day is approaching and while you should have filed months ago, we got your back in case you’re just barely trying to log into TurboTax. Stay on the right side of Uncle Sam by keeping the following in mind:

    1) You cannot claim your Roomba as a dependent.
    2) Having watched Ted Lasso means you legally have to change your declared occupation to “football hooligan”.
    3) If you bought a Tesla with Bitcoin in the 2020 tax year, go straight to jail, do not collect $200.

    This week: boozy cold brew, two new Spinny flavors by way of Still or Sparkling®, and we wonder what was the Matter with CHIP? 🥔.

  • Episode 273: Lemon Pledge Drops

    May 5th, 2021  |  1 hr 35 mins

    The Pepsi challenge, but make it Bubly.

    This week: Hamilton comes to Cupertino, putting iPad OS on a PIP, and a stroll down the freezer aisle at TJ's. 🍨.

  • Episode 272: Light and Optimistic

    April 21st, 2021  |  1 hr 59 mins

    You know, a phone company with the defacto podcast directory is a little like the mule with a spinning wheel. No one knows how he got it, and danged if he knows how to use it!

    This week: Taylor Swift B-sides, ZIP disks, and a newly jacked Tim Apple continues flirting with antitrust regulators.

  • Episode 271: We’re On a First Name Basis

    April 14th, 2021  |  1 hr 20 mins

    Just once, I want Michael Barbaro to break character and start The Daily with “Act One: a Texas high school’s challenge to reopen in the era of the coronavirus. From WBEZ in Chicago, it’s This American Newspaper.” He’ll never do it, but with second dose fever dreams looming, anything is on the table.

    This week: bad Scooters, remotes get a little less universal, and half-hearted predictions around the forthcoming hum-drum spring Apple event. 🎵.

  • Episode 270: Mechanical Keyboard Poser

    April 7th, 2021  |  1 hr 39 mins

    Now congregants, if you would please turn to Exodus 31:18, we will read of Phil Schiller’s arduous journey to Mount Sinai where he received the App Store rules — rules that persist to this very day!

    This week: keyboards that go clickety clack, Tim’s relationship with the truth is sort of whack, and a new Sonos speaker small enough to take to the track. ⌨️.

  • Episode 269: Three Sheds Are the Answer

    March 31st, 2021  |  1 hr 23 mins

    “Mr. Owl, how many bites does it take to get to the shame center of In-N-Out Animal Style fries?” Let’s find out. One... Two... Two bites…¹ oh no was that american cheese?

    This week: tax shelters, email notifications, and a meatless alternative to Sunday Night Football. 🏈.

    ¹ If you don’t get this reference, ask your nearest boomer.

  • Episode 268: Al Fresco

    March 17th, 2021  |  1 hr 27 mins

    We’re almost done writing our screenplay: “The Curse of the iPod Hi-Fi”. It’s a working title, but we think it’d be a great fit for TV+. Any listeners know someone who can get us a meeting with Tim or Eddy?

    This week: new threads, slow streets, and Larry Page watches you sleep. 💤 .

  • Episode 267: Amish Sodastream

    March 10th, 2021  |  1 hr 46 mins

    Seems kind of unprofessional for a veterinarian to write “a bit chonky” under weight on a dog’s chart, tbh.

    This week: Britishisms, millennial chip marketing, and yet another entrant into the very un-socially distanced streaming wars. 🐶.

  • Episode 266: Potato Chip Finish

    March 3rd, 2021  |  1 hr 30 mins

    We’ll get Blue Barn to stop calling sandwiches “sandos” if British folks agree to stop calling vaccinations “jabs”. Deal, Boris?

    This week: food and beverage reviews, vine voices, and the lead barrister of AFC Richmond finally gets the recognition he deserves. ⚽️.

  • Episode 265: 25% of Everything

    February 24th, 2021  |  1 hr 39 mins

    This new generation with their dabbing and Tiktok will never understand what it was like in the 1990s. There was no Spotify. We had to walk uphill, in the snow, both ways to Fry’s to get a spindle of CD-Rs for our sick Sugar Ray mixes.

    This week: chicken sandwiches, mass transit, and a more jacked era of the Gerber baby. 🍼.

  • Episode 264: The Bad Property Brother

    February 17th, 2021  |  1 hr 42 mins

    Up is down. Black is white. Congress is effective. Carlos had embraced the multi-pad lifestyle?

    This week: barnstorming the HGTV vault, swiping on niche dating apps, and supercruising in the new Mach-EUV. 🚗.

  • Episode 263: Volt Bolt

    February 3rd, 2021  |  1 hr 37 mins

    Sure an Apple Car might sound fine on paper, but how is your average driver supposed to flip it over to plug in the Lightning cable for charging?

    This week: living más, steering the climate climate policy agenda, and going over the top in Waco. 🏡.

  • Episode 262: Edge Brownie

    January 27th, 2021  |  1 hr 43 mins

    Short squeezes over quiet sneezes all day every day.

    This week: cable sports, ultra wideband figs, and the case for why Apple might give in and make the computer people actually want. 💻.