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25: ‘Locked in the Freezer’, with Nathan McCree.

In November 2013 an interview with Nathan began something for me, which lead up to last week’s events.

With that, Nathan decided to come on and talk all about it, alongside a little-known game called Tomb Raider and his music for the first three games. We go in depth on how nostalgia can affect anyone at all ages, and influence some of the decisions we make.

Also, we discuss in detail the ‘passionate‘ concerns regarding the ‘Tomb Raider Suite‘ album release, alongside our enthusiasm for the recently-announced ‘Dark Angel‘ Symphony.


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The Platform Magazine interview with Nathan from November 2013.

My write-up of the Suite in December 2016.

Blade Runner Trailer.

Force Awakens Trailer.

Peter Connely’s ‘Tomb Raider: The Dark Angel’ Symphony.

‘The Dark Angel’ on Facebook.

The start of my Freelance Career.

25: ‘Locked in the Freezer’, with Nathan McCree.
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24: ‘San Fransisco Stickers’, with Timothy Buck.

In all honesty, we talk about an iPad for 10 minutes during this hour!

We go from our history with Apple, to what we have in common with our shows, our wishes for a dedicated all in one podcast app, alongside our pie-in-the-sky plans for our shows.

I also ask Tim the most important question: Will Unco and Accessible be offering Stickers for listeners?


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Accessible on Patreon.

Sticker Mule.

24: ‘San Fransisco Stickers’, with Timothy Buck.
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23: ‘An Unexpected Topic’, with Natasha Radmehr.

Natasha is the Editor of the Scottish Wedding Directory, a quarterly magazine that goes all into giving future brides and grooms ideas towards their own wedding around Scotland.

We talked about her history with Journalism, alongside lots of wedding talk and what iPad she owns.

We also had a chat about how she is getting on with using a Pixel 2 after a week of owning one, along with us talking all about one of our favourite games.


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Subscribe to the Scottish Wedding Directory.

Readly on iOS.

Readly on Android.

Natasha is a Judge at the Bridal Buyer Awards on 10th September.

Crash N-Trance Trilogy on Amazon.

23: ‘An Unexpected Topic’, with Natasha Radmehr.
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22: ‘The Personal Touch’, with Jim Dalrymple.

Jim Dalrymple has been a writer of Apple since 1994. He is the Editor-in-Chief of The Loop; a site of all things Apple, an insight into tech in general, and music.

We had a great chat that spanned from how his ‘Loop Bash‘ at WWDC week went this year, alongside our history with Apple, the Mac, and a pit stop to talk about The Loop Magazine.

We then went into Jim’s history with iPad and how he uses it, alongside how the Apple Watch has benefited him so much.


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The Loop Bash.

Loop Magazine Launches.

Loop Magazine 25: ‘How I use my iPad & Mac at University’.

Loop Magazine is Rested.

Jim’s iPad Pro 10.5″ Review.

Byword App.

Jim’s Apple Watch Review.

How Jim lost 40 pounds using HealthKit & Apple Watch.

Jim’s Apple Watch Series 3 Review.

22: ‘The Personal Touch’, with Jim Dalrymple.
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21: ‘A Branch of a BirchTree’, with Matt Birchler.

I first met Matt through him appearing on the ‘Bring Your Own Device‘ podcast last year, and since then we started talking about Apple Watch, and inevitably the iPad.

He’s been writing and podcasting for a few years now from his BirchTree site, but only in the last 18 months his great work is just starting to be recognised by others. His watchOS 5 mockups in January for example.

In this hour we talk about his workflow, why he decided to set up a Patreon, and what he wants to see on the iPad in the near future.

He also asks me the £364 million pound question towards the end: Will I be upgrading to a new iPad Pro if Apple announce one soon?


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Matt on BYOD Episode 27.

Matt’s ‘watchOS 5 Mockups’ on MacStories.

Ulyysess on the App Store.

21: ‘A Branch of a BirchTree’, with Matt Birchler.
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20: ‘Siri, take me to 1985’, with Chris Lawley.

Chris is someone who I’ve been following towards the start of this year when I first listened to ‘Slab of Glass’, a podcast he co-hosts with previous guest Jeff Perry.

Chris is more of a video editor than a writer, and his passion shows with his YouTube channel, alongside his main site, ‘Untitled Site’, where he talks all about how he uses his iPad full time.

We talk all about this, alongside where we see Siri Shortcuts fitting on an AppleTV, games on an iPad, and which app he’d take with him on Outpost Island.


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Chris’ Ultimate iPad Pro Desk Setup.

Steve Troughton-Smith’s Trackpad-mockup on iPad.

Duet Display on the App Store.

Matt Birchler’s ‘Understanding Shortcuts in iOS 12’

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19: ‘Vectorman’, with Rene Ritchie.

This week I’m joined by an Apple connoisseur, the editor of iMore, and alongside many others, the podcaster of Vector, a daily podcast which goes into everything Apple.

A fun time where we went through his history with Apple and writing, how he got to iMore, and of course, what iPad he uses.


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A new Homepage for the podcast.

iOS 12 on iPad at iMore.

Federico Viticci inventing the ‘Sexy Times’ Siri Shortcut.

19: ‘Vectorman’, with Rene Ritchie.
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18: ‘Crash & Switch’, with Daryl.

A solo episode, where I talk about some updates since the last episode, mainly to do with Crash Bandicoot on Switch, a big thank you to you all, and announcing a Patreon site for the podcast.

The Outpost Show on Patreon.


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Me on Instagram

I was a guest on Snappy-Tech on Sunday

Snappy-Tech on Apple Podcasts

Crash N. Sane Trilogy on Amazon

18: ‘Crash & Switch’, with Daryl.
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17: ‘Whisky’, with Matt Gemmell.

A very fun episode, where we talked about having to use our MacBooks for tasks that’s unavailable for the iPad for now, alongside how Matt is creating his second book TOLL, entirely from his iPad Pro. We also talked about his dog Whisky, a Leonard Nimoy story, followed by all the Nintendo Switch talk.

Enjoy.


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Ulysses

‘Making Changes’ – mattgemmell.com

Leonard Nimoy

8BitDo Controller

Octopath Traveller on Amazon

Crash N. Sane Trilogy on Amazon

17: ‘Whisky’, with Matt Gemmell.
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16: ‘A Slab of Keyboards’, with Jeff Perry.

Jeff is someone I’ve only come across in the last couple of months, but already him and his co-host of their ‘Slab of Glass’ podcast have made it something you should be listening to.

Hence why Jeff is on this weeks episode!

We go into detail of our workflow with our iPads, alongside our love for keyboards, and where we see iPads fitting in a Marzipan, FaceID world.


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PiPifier App.

I’m going Freelance.

16: ‘A Slab of Keyboards’, with Jeff Perry.
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