British Mac Podcast

I say. Rather. What? Like the crap bits from Python com­bined with Rustie Lee-cal­ibre enthu­si­asm for recipes that help you get more from your Mac, this new pod­cast I’ve dis­covered is either bril­liant or awful.

As a pod­caster myself, I’m always on the lookout for things for my brain to do while my body per­forms unspec­tac­u­lar feats of strength in the gym. I’ll col­lect a few of the best pod­casts togeth­er and blog them next week some­time

In the mean­time, as a Mac user, I can recom­mend the twis­ted world of the British Mac pod­cast. Don’t for­get to listen to the end; it gets weirder.

Best of British, chaps. What?

Author: Ian Hocking

Writer and psychologist.

2 thoughts on “British Mac Podcast”

  1. Well, all I can say is Will’s Podcast is like a breath for frsh air and always makes me chuckle on a monday mor­ing while i brush my pegs etc! The guy’s got ‘balls’ to do this, if it were me I’d be edit­ing out all the ‘errs and aghs out, but no, Will leaves them in and hey it just works! Many sup­posedly more exper­i­enced Mac pod­casters (zzzzz) could do with tak­ing a leaf out of Will’s book (Leo & Don excluded of course!).

    Nice one Will!!!

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