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A humorous video podcast from CartoonSmart.com. Topics will include: iOS / tvOS game development with Xcode, Swift and Sprite Kit, plus anything to do with illustration, character design, animation, or Adobe software (Flash / Animate in particular). These are a bit of a spoof on our usual material (okay, very much a spoof), but we dare you NOT to learn at least something in these videos tutorials. Videos range from 30mb to 50mb (relatively small).
 
Hands-On iOS is your go-to guide for app reviews, accessories, your questions answered, and the best tips and tricks for your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV, and more. Let Mikah Sargent show you how to make the most of your favorite Apple gear! Although the show is no longer in production, you can enjoy episodes from the TWiT Archives.
 
MTJC podcast is a show about mobile development. Each week Jaime Lopez, Mark Rubin (sometimes Greg Heo and Tammy Coron) and myself, Tim Mitra, will convene from across the continent to discuss iOS and Mac development. We discuss current issues to find out what developers are talking about, what their apps are about, what they are using to create their apps and what advice they have for other developers (or those looking to become one). We also have news, notes and tech tips for developers.
 
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He may be the inventor of the slogan 'I miss my pre-internet brain," but Doug Coupland's new book is all about the internet, and the stories people tell about themselves there. "Binge: 60 Stories to Make Your Brain Feel Different," features pieces of "micro-fiction" inspired by social media updates, but taken to the limit of each character's capaci…
 
It's been almost two decades since inflation reached the levels recorded last month. People are feeling it at the gas pump, the grocery store, and in big ticket items. What's causing it and can it be brought under control? We ask: Rebekah Young, director, Fiscal & Provincial Economics for Scotiabank; and Benjamin Tal, deputy dhief economist of CIBC…
 
Patients increasingly must wait on EMS stretchers for treatment at hospitals, holding up ambulances and paramedics for subsequent emergency calls. These delays are reaching crisis levels in Niagara, St. Catharines, and other Ontario health regions. Hamilton-Niagara Hub journalist Justin Chandler reports on why this is happening and possible solutio…
 
Our wrap up of the week begins with a look at jow can our food cravings be transformed to healthier ones. Then, can anxiety help people cope? Is it time for a four-day work week? What are the latest COVID-19 treatments.? And, we bust some prevalent myths about the virus. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
The latest In Touch With iOS with Dave and Warren they are joined by guest Guy Serle. We talk about Apple TV and Apple TV. Yes it's confusing, it's a device and a service we review. Dave reviews the wireless CarPlay module from Carlinkit and it works great. iOS15.2 Beta 4 is out, we reviewed it and it's close to release. More gift picks from the pa…
 
Apple is looking to tie Pegasus down. We’ll look at the Cupertino-company’s legal moves against Pegasus creator NSO Group. Plus - Avoiding cryptocurrency scams, and the Messaging apps the FBI doesn’t want you to know about. We tell all on Checklist No. 257, brought to you by SecureMac Check out our show notes: SecureMac.com/Checklist And get in tou…
 
Most companies pivoted to remote work at the beginning of the pandemic. And many people either changed or quit jobs. In the wake of all that, the idea of the four-day work-week is coming to the fore. Can a long weekend, every week, be the answer to everything from workplace productivity to fighting climate change? To discuss this, we welcome Andrew…
 
What's the connection between AIDS research and the COVID-19 pandemic? We invite the following guests to give us some insight: Dr. Sharon Walmsley, director of clinical research, Immunodeficiency Clinic, Toronto Hospital, University Health Network; and Dr. Darrell Tan, infectious diseases physician, clinician-scientist and Canadian Institutes of He…
 
HIV and AIDS is no longer a death sentence, but what can be done when social stigma still associated with the disease? To help us understand, we invite Dr. Trever Hart, director of the HIV Prevention Lab, also a research chair in Gay and Bisexual Men's Health at the Ontario HIV Treatment Network, and runs a private clinical psychology practice trea…
 
The pandemic saw unprecedented gains in the housing and stock markets and people with investments and assets increased their net worth. Meanwhile, others lost income, and combined with high inflation, they are falling even farther behind. The Agenda discusses how charities are trying to help those falling behind as wealth inequality grows in this c…
 
It's been nine years since the first Giving Tuesday - the Tuesday after Black Friday when people are encouraged to donate to charity. How has the pandemic affected charitable giving? The Agenda speaks with four high-profile charities to find out. Julia Anderson of the Canadian Partnership for Women and Children's Health; Michael Messenger of World …
 
Best-selling author and journalist Mark Schatzker (,The Dorito Effect,) discusses his latest book, "The End of Craving: Recovering the Lost Wisdom of Eating Well," which sheds light on how the dysfunctional relationship between humans and food began-and how science is leading us back to healthier eating and living. See omnystudio.com/listener for p…
 
Is there a cost to our preoccupation with avoiding anxiety? How can we use anxiety to improve our lives? Dr. Wendy Suzuki, professor of neuroscience and psychology at New York University, discusses her latest book, "Good Anxiety: Harnessing the Power of the Most Misunderstood Emotion." See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
The latest In Touch With iOS with Dave and Warren we are joined by Jeff Gamet and Patrice Brend’Amour. We have our 1st annual gift guide where the panel gives us gifts for your iPhone and iPad. Shazam now listens longer and gives better chance of recognizing the song. Dave reviews the Apple Watch Series 7 after one week of using it. CarPlay is 7 ye…
 
Saturday Night at the Movies was a cornerstone of TVO programming for most of the educational broadcaster's history. And none of it would have been possible without Elwy Yost, the enthusiastic cinephile behind the show, who interviewed some of the biggest names of international cinema. On the eve of TVO's world premier broadcast of "Magic Shadows, …
 
Our roundup of the week's programming starts with a look at how policing is - or isn't changing in Ontario. Then, we evaluate the Ontario government's new Working for Workers labour act. Why isn't Canada fostering more innovation? Lynn Gehl discusses her book, ,"Gehl v. Canada: Challenging Sex Discrimination in The Indian Act." And, what does it me…
 
The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario is hearing from migrant workers who say they were racially targeted by the OPP in 2013 when DNA was taken from 96 workers during a sexual assault investigation. TVO's diversity and inclusion reporter Ashley Okwuosa attended some of the hearings and reports on what's at issue and what's at stake for 54 workers wh…
 
This week the Ontario government announced children age of five to 11 will be eligible to get their vaccinations. As they and their parents prepare for their first dose, we look at what the roll out will look like, examine infections amongst children in the province, and evaluate parental worries. Is this the light at the end of the pandemic tunnel…
 
This month, Premier Ford's Progressive Conservative government made major moves to court workers, seeking to change labour laws with the Working for Workers Act and pledging to raise the minumum wage. But, do Ontario unions actually like what they see, and will this help Ontario's working class in substantial ways? Also, are we witnessing a politic…
 
The folks from The Checklist and SecureMac are spending time with family this week, and yet - we’d still like to be of service. So, we’ve gone back and gathered a few shows that seem ripe for these traveling/shopping/spending time with family days. Find them all in the notes for this week’s show: SecureMac.com/Checklist And get in touch with us: Ch…
 
York University has launched a new initiative with the aim of enhancing the representation of Black youth at universities across Canada. Professor Carl James, York University's Jean Augustine Chair in Education, Community and Diaspora in the Faculty of Education; and Aliya Clarke, an undergraduate student at McMaster University, join Steve Paikin t…
 
Ever since George Floyd was killed by police officers in Minneapolis back in May of 2020, there's been a massive uptick in interest in how the police do their jobs. However, For former Toronto mayor John Sewell , reforming the police has been a mission for half a century. His latest book is ,Crisis in Canada's Policing: Why change is so hard, and h…
 
Lynn Gehl, a member of the Indigenous Famous Six, was part of a group of women who fought the sex discrimination found in the Indian Act. Gehl won her 23-year legal challenge but do current laws allow Indigenous people to reclaim their status and cultural identity? Gehl is an advocate and artist, with a Ph.D in Indigenous Studies, and defendant in …
 
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