After some follow up about driving and Jun’s latest photography gig, we jump into the topic of vacations: how we plan them and what we like to focus on.
Everyone has an opinion about driving. Jun and Alec banter about pet peeves, mantras, and other topics surrounding cars and driving.
After answering a listener question, we discuss the latest crazy, Marie Kondo’s Tidying Up methodology. Afterwards we dive into Jun’s HomeKit papercuts as well as his new photography gear.
With Alec needing to move soon for Rachel’s new job, we discuss our process when looking for a new place to live. During the after show, we talk about why Jun might be moving soon, too.
- Proximity to work
- Yard? Too large is too much maintenance
- # of rooms
- Balcony for grilling
- Internet provider
- Form of investment?
- HVAC system
To kick off the new year, Jun and Alec discuss Maryland’s recently passed bill focused on bringing Computer Science education to all schools in all zip codes. After that, we discuss our holiday and goals for the podcast and our selves in 2019.
Today we followed up on our to do journey with Due. Then we discussed how to fit exercise into our busy lives and if family holiday gatherings are a time and place for ideological / political conversations with family.
In the after show we offer a holiday gift guide for the overanalyzer in your life.
After a recent swift experience at Sam’s Club using the Scan and Go app, Jun wanted to talk about other time saving and time management techniques we deploy to help us in our day to day lives.
Jun’s view of Alec during some of the show
Jun showing off his “Cool Breeze Blue” iPhone XR.
Alec wants to discuss why he thinks taxes are a good thing and share his grand theory of taxation.
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Alec’s all iPad setup
After Jun and Carolina welcomed their second child to this earth, we sat down to discuss raising children, specifically how to bring them up with technology.