SMRPodcast #134: The Human Dishwasher

by Chris on September 18, 2012 · 0 comments

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Episode #134 of the SMRpodcast, The Human Dishwasher, is posted and ready for download.  This week we start the conversation off with a reflection back on the events of September, 11th and a reminder of where we were and what we were doing at that time.

The show starts out with a message from our friend Allison Sheridan from the NosillaCast Podcast who gives us some insight on how she uses Facetime. We have a casual conversation this week and the show Biggest news of the week is probably the Apple press announcement.  American Airlines iPad news stirs up some emotions while we take our guesses at Apple iPhone 5 announcement. Finally, we have a discussion about Nokia’s Pureview mishap and give our opinions about their margin of error.

Through in some funny moments from our childhood and you have another fun episode of the SMRpodcast.

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Show Details

  • Recorded: September 11th, 2012
  • Published: September 12th, 2012
  • Duration: 01hr 32min 00sec
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Opening Thoughts

  • We take a second to extend out thoughts to Victims of 9/11
  • The events take us back to where we were at the time

Will Samsung sue Apple after the iPhone 5 announcement

  • Chris says that they better to recoup some of the settlement money
  • Rod reminds us that Samsung did say they would sure
  • Robb thinks that they will

American Airlines is allowing iPads for pilots

  • Robb points out that they will save money from the reduction of weight
  • Chris is  very annoyed about this announcement
  • Rod points out that Chris’s plane issues may come to an end

Amazon announces their new Kindle Fire

  • Rod likes the new Kindle Fire lineup
  • Robb really  likes being directly on Google’s platform
  • Chris runs down the new Kindle Fire lineup

We talk about Nokia’s Pure View Flap

  • Robb asks Chris what happened with Nokia
  • Chris points out that Nokia has no room for mistakes

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