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.
As teased on the last episode, we dive into the topic of joint finances. Find out how we tackle budgeting with a significant other. In the after show, Alec teaches Jun a thing or two about sound equipment.
Proposing to a significant other is the center of our discussion with various tangents.
Alec and Jun dive deep into the conversation of when love starts and the significance of marriage. This episode is the precursor to a discussion about The Albatross Protocol – Alec’s proposal to Rachel.
Alec and Jun get together to discuss their overly analytical approach to life’s problems. The start off discussing something they both did recently, changing jobs.