Favorite Podcasts - 2018 Edition

In March of 2017 some folks did a thing called “Try Pod.” It was an effort to get more people listening to podcasts. I shared my favorites, then, and have now updated my list for 2018. It’s mostly the same, but a few have been added, some removed. Two quick things, before the list: 1. What’s a podcast? To avoid the dreaded trip to Webster’s, I’ll just say that a podcast is an audio recording of one or more people talking about a subject they care about.

What to do in San Antonio Besides The Final Four

Exploring San Antonio: Where to eat, drink, and play like a local A few years ago the Royals came to town for an exhibition game played at the Alamodome here in San Antonio. I put together a guide, with the help of my friend Drew, and shared it with some folks looking for the best bets to see in San Antonio besides the games. I updated it this year for the Final Four.

Recommended Android Apps 2018

Updated for 2018 Among my friends, I’m often the looked on as the “Android Guy.” I’ve been using Android devices longer than almost all of my friends. I’ve used both iOS and Android devices, and have a pretty good understanding of the benefits and difficulties with each. I’m often asked for assistance in making the transition from iOS to Android.. A few years ago, I wrote up some recommended Android apps for a friend (and a few updates along the way).

Cold Brew Coffee Recipe

There's nothing more refreshing than an iced cold brew coffee on a summer afternoon. You know what I love? Coffee. You know where I live? San Antonio. It’s freaking hot here, most of the year. And while the heat rarely deters me from a piping hot Chemex full of coffee every morning, the prospect of spending 10 minutes making hot coffee in the afternoon can be a bit much when it’s already 98 degrees by the time you finish off the first cup.

Recommended Android Apps 2017

Updated for 2017 Among my friends, I’m often the looked on as the “Android Guy.” I’ve been using Android devices longer than almost all of my friends. I’ve used both iOS and Android devices, and have a pretty good understanding of the benefits and difficulties with each. I’m often asked for assistance in making the transition from iOS to Android. A few years ago, I wrote up some recommended Android apps for a friend (and a few updates along the way).

Hey, you should listen to podcasts

I know I’m super late to the party, but March is #trypod month. See, it’s a pun, based on the idea that people who are already fans of podcasts - me - and who already might appreciate their value would be able to introduce their friends and family to the podcasts they love. So I’m going to do just that. So, two quick things, before the list: 1. What’s a podcast?