Pixel Power Podcast

Pixel Power Podcast

By Steven Combs
A new podcast devoted to getting the most out of your Google-powered device. Learn beginning and advanced tips for the Google Pixel Phone, Google Pixelbook, Nest Home Hub and all the other devices powered by Google software and services.
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0048: Pixel Buds!
In this episode, I talk about a new addition to my Pixel powered devices, the Pixel Buds 2. Are these the ear buds I am looking for? Almost, but you'll have to listen to understand what I mean. I know, I know. It's been awhile and I make formal apologies during the introduction. Thanks for continuing to subscribe! I missed the show and the listeners, so please let me know you are still out there by sending me a message. Link to show notes: https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/0048
35:26
August 9, 2020
0047: Linux Apps with Flatpak
In this episode I share my favorite Crostini (Linux) application manager; [Flatpak](https://www.flatpak.org). Flatpak makes the installation and management of current versions of Linux applications easy. I also take some extra time for an updated Addendum and say thanks to a few listeners. Show Notes at: https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/0047 More Linux Information at: https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/linux **Programming note:** Pixel Buds 2 are on their way. Look for a full discussion and review in a future episode.
34:14
May 31, 2020
0046: Progressive Web Applications (PWAs)
There are thousands of applications available on the Chrome Web and Google Play stores. There are also thousands of applications available as a web page or service. What if you combined the two? Well, then you would have a progressive web application, or PWA. In this episode, we take a look at the best PWAs for Chrome OS and Android (since they work on either device). I have 12, count 'em 12, items to share in this episodes Addendum segment. Show notes available at: https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/0046 Thanks to everyone for the feedback. Use information below to send your feedback. Use the following methods to share feedback on this episode: Send an email to steven@pixelpowerpodcast.com Leave a voice message by clicking here Join the conversation on Reddit Tweet using #pixelpowerpodcast
31:11
April 29, 2020
0045: COVID-19 Catch Up
It been some time since my last podcast episode and a lot has changed. In this episode I take time to catch up on what's been going on since episode 0044. Can anyone say COVID-19? I talk about how things have changed in my Pixel-powered world, how Pixel devices are used in my virtual office, and then send out a call to each of you to share your experiences. Unusually, the Addendum segment does not make an appearance since this episode is basically one long Addendum segment. Enjoy the show and wash those hands, listeners! Show notes: https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/0045 This show was recorded live on YouTube live. That video is also included in the show notes.
25:13
April 11, 2020
0044: Part 3 - Using IFTTT with G Suite
This is part three of a three-part series on the use of the free service IFTTT to automate actions on an Android phone, Google Assistant, or G Suite applications. In this episode we learn to use IFTTT with G Suite applications, Calendar, Drive, Docs and Sheets. In the Addendum, I have lots of great updates as well as a few tips to make your Pixel-powered life even better! And just wait until you hear the wonderful “clickity-clack” of my newest keyboard. Show notes available at: https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/0044
28:06
March 8, 2020
0043: Part 2 - Using IFTTT with Google Assistant
This is part two of a three-part series on the use of the free service IFTTT to automate actions on the Pixel Phone, Google Assistant, or G Suite applications. In this episode we learn to use IFTTT with the Google Assistant available on our phones, tablets, and hubs. In the Addendum, I drop hints about a new Lenovo Smart Tab Android tablet complete with unboxing video! Show notes at: https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/0043
23:08
February 17, 2020
0042: Part 1 - Using IFTTT on a Pixel or Android Phone
This is part one of a three-part series on the use of the free service IFTTT to automate actions on the Pixel Phone, Google Assistant, or G Suite. In this episode we begin using IFTTT with our Pixel or Android phones. If you really want to up your Pixel-powered game, learn how to create IFTTT applets to automate functions on your phone. Show notes available at: https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/0042
22:22
January 30, 2020
0041: A New Year and a New Pixel Power Podcast
It's a new year and a new Pixel Power Podcast. What's new? For one, I set a timer for 20 minutes and do my best to stick to it. Get it? 20 for 2020? There's also a new web site for the podcast at the original URL: https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com. The new look comes from the website's move from Google Sites to GitHub pages. The design is minimal but more functional and easier to maintain. Some things stay the same. You will still find a main topic (in this episode I discuss pixel and Google related holiday gifts given and received), the Addendum segment where I talk about living a pixel-powered life, and the same quality show notes you've come to expect. It's now in a more compact version. I hope you like the changes. Be sure to use the feedback options (described at the bottom of the page) to let me know what you think. Show notes at: https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/0041
20:05
January 12, 2020
0040: Holiday Hiatus
[2019-12-18] It’s the last episode of the year before I head off for a holiday hiatus and I’ve got some news for the new year. No main topic this episode, but an extended addendum. Think of it as a stocking full of Google goodies! Show notes available at: https://sites.google.com/view/pixelpowerpodcast/episodes/0040
25:02
December 19, 2019
0039: Part II – Become a Chrome OS Keyboard Master
[2019-11-25] In the second and last part Turkey Day edition of the two-part series, I spend less time than normal talking about extensions and utilities you can install that power up your Chrome OS keyboard ninja skills. In the addendum, we ramp up for Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals. Happy Thanksgiving to all my United States listeners! 🦃 Show notes available at: https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/episodes/0039
28:08
November 26, 2019
0038: Part I – Become a Chrome OS Keyboard Master
[2019-11-11] In the first of this two part series, we learn how to master our Pixelbook/Slate and Chrome OS keyboard. Adding these keyboard shortcut keystrokes to your typing repertoire will allow you to become productive and save you time doing tasks over and over. Keep that hand off that mouse and trackpad and start using these shortcuts today! Show notes available at: https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/episodes/0038
50:02
November 12, 2019
0037: Pixel 4 XL Ramblings
[2019-10-28] It's Halloween and in this episode I share my new Treat (or is that Trick?); the new Pixel 4 XL (I don't have a Pixel 4, so I can't comment on that scary battery life controversy). Afterward, I have a whole lot to share in the Addendum segment including my new nickname, the deal I received on my Pixel 4 XL, and another Pixel related purchase I'm looking forward to receiving in November. Be sure to check out the show notes at: https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/episodes/0037 👻🎃⚰
44:49
October 29, 2019
0036: Ad Hoc - Made by Google Event 2019 (Warning. Ramblings ahead!)
In this recording, and just in time for your commute home, I share my ramblings and musings from today's (2019-10-15) Made by Google 2019 event. As a reminder, ad hoc episodes don't include show notes, aren't prepared, and receive minimal editing. In this ad hoc episode, I reference notes I made in the Pixel Power Podcast subreddit. Those are available at: https://www.reddit.com/chat/r/pixelpowerpodcast/channel/17196837_f23a4bb0505515b2230fd2e3b64c9792cedf63a9 If you'd like to join in the discussion about the event, visit the Pixel Power Podcast subreddit at: https://www.reddit.com/r/pixelpowerpodcast/
41:10
October 15, 2019
0035: Gboard
[2019-08-25] The Android keyboard is the most important user interface for your Pixel phone and your productivity. In this episode I talk about the default Pixel keyboard, Gboard. After listening you will learn all the tips, tricks, and settings that will help you get the most out of typing on the Google Pixel. Afterward in the Addendum, I make a few shopping recommendations and briefly share my visit with my 106 year-young aunt! NOTE: Join me October 15th from 10-noon (EDT) in a Reddit chat room so we can chat together about the announcements at the Made by Google event from NYC (link to the live stream) Show notes available at: https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/episodes/0035
48:13
October 13, 2019
0034: My Favs Part VI: Android Apps
[2019-09-22] The sixth and final in my six-part series of My Favs episodes. In this episode, I share my favorite Android apps for the Pixel Phone. These are the applications I have installed on my Pixel Phone. Since this episode could be a "snoozer", I keep it lively and share tips and tricks for each app. In the Addendum, I share a first for me as well as some additional pixel-powered tips and news. Show notes link: https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/episodes/0034
41:11
September 23, 2019
0033: My Favs Part V: Chrome Browser Extensions
[2019-09-08] The fifth and penultimate in a six-part series of episodes I'm calling, My Favs. In this episode, I share my favorite Chrome browser extensions. These are the extensions installed and synced across all my Chrome browser devices but a few of them really add to your Pixelbook, Slate or Chrome OS device experience. In the Addendum I answer a listener question, share some additional flags, clear up some mistakes and then share some family news. It's a jammed packed episode! Show notes link: https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/episodes/0033
40:49
September 8, 2019
0032: My Favs Part IV: Chrome OS Flags
[2019-08-25] The fourth in a six-part series of episodes I'm calling, My Favs. In this episode, I share my favorite flags for the Chrome OS. Before that, I share the difference between flags on Chrome for Android and Chrome OS. In the Addendum, I’ve FINALLY experienced the new Android Auto, sadly, not by using my Pixel 3 XL. Show notes available at: https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/episodes/0030 Series Links: 0028: My Favs Part I: Chrome OS Applications 0029: My Favs Part II: Android Apps for Chrome OS 0030: My Favs Part III: Chrome for Android Flags 0031: My Favs Part IV: Chrome OS Flags 0032: My Favs Part V: TBA 0033: My Favs Part VI: TBA
31:56
August 26, 2019
0031: Pixelbook & Pixel Slate
[2019-08-11] I take a half-time break in the six-part series of "My Favs" to share my thoughts on the Google Pixel Slate (m3).  Regular listeners know I use a Google Pixelbook (i5) almost daily; however, for the past three weeks, I've used a new Pixel Slate exclusively.  In this short episode, I share my thoughts. No addendum this week, but that segment will return next week as I continue to chronicle my pixel-powered life. Brief show notes and images available at: https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/episodes/0031
36:13
August 17, 2019
0030: My Favs Part III: Chrome for Android Flags
[2019-08-04] The third in a six-part series of episodes I'm calling, My Favs. In this episode, I share my favorite flags for the Chrome browser on Android. Before that, I share what flags are and how they can add features to the browser, speed up functions, and completely break the browser. I end the show sharing how my pixel-powered life has made me cranky during the past two weeks. Series Links: 0028: My Favs Part I: Chrome OS Applications 0029: My Favs Part II: Android Apps for Chrome OS 0030: My Favs Part III: Chrome for Android Flags 0031: My Favs Part IV: TBA 0032: My Favs Part V: TBA 0033: My Favs Part VI: TBA Wondering what other episodes are in the six part series? There are hints on my Instagram and Twitter accounts. Show notes available at: https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/episodes/0030
43:04
August 5, 2019
0029: My Favs Part II: Android Apps on Chrome OS
[2019-07-21] The second in a six-part series of episodes I'm calling, My Favs. In this episode, I share my favorite Android Apps for Chrome OS. These are the Android apps that better their web counterpart or fill in holes where there are no web alternatives. The episode concludes with the Addendum segment where I continue to pull my hair our (what little I have) trying to get Android Auto working with Android Q beta 5 and learn what goodies I purchased during Amazon Prime day. Spoiler alert, items purchased help me produce the show. Series Links: 0028: My Favs Part I: Chrome OS Applications 0029: My Favs Part II: Android Apps for Chrome OS 0030: My Favs Part III: TBA 0031: My Favs Part IV: TBA 0032: My Favs Part V: TBA 0033: My Favs Part VI: TBA Wondering what other episodes are in the six part series? There are hints on my Instagram and Twitter accounts. Show notes available at: https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/episodes/0029
42:27
July 22, 2019
0028: My Favs Part I: Chrome OS Applications
[2019-07-07] The first in a new six-part series of episodes I'm calling, My Favs. In the first episode of this six part series, I share my favorite Chrome OS applications. These are apps that are the first to be installed (or restored) on my Pixelbook (and Chromebook). Because I install these apps on my Pixelbook, they follow me around on Chrome browser installs on other desktop computers such as Mac and Linux. In the Addendum segment, I share listener feedback and questions as well as talk about a new device I am excited to try. Series Links: My Favs Part I: Chrome OS Applications My Favs Part II: TBA My Favs Part III: TBA My Favs Part IV: TBA My Favs Part V: TBA My Favs Part VI: TBA Show notes available at: https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/episodes/0028
40:20
July 7, 2019
0027: Android Q beta 4 test drive
[Episode Date: 2019-06-16] This week I take a look at the latest version of Android Q beta with release 4. What works, what doesn’t and should you install are the questions I answer. In the Addendum, I share some new things I learned while using my Google mini, Pixelbook, and my new 3D printer. Show notes available at: https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/episodes/0027
35:20
June 23, 2019
0026: Termux on the Pixel Phone
[Episode Date: 2019-06-09] The previous four episodes of the podcast focused on Linux on Chrome OS with our Pixelbooks. Not to be outdone, the Pixel phone gets a Terminal via an app called Termux. Learn all about using Termux and how having a Terminal on our phone is not only geeky, but can be useful as well. In this week’s addendum, I spend some time sharing some quick news and my new hobby. And, I finally get an episode back under the 30 minute mark! Show notes available at: https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/episodes/0026
27:52
June 9, 2019
2019-06-03 Program Update (Sorry, no new episode this week!)
Short programming update and teaser for the next episode. Recorded using the Anchor.fm application on my Pixel Phone. Visit https://anchor.fm/pixelpowerpodcast/message and click the “Start recording now” button to leave me a voice message.
01:47
June 3, 2019
0025: Linux on Chrome OS (Part 4)
[Episode Date: 2019-05-27] I finish up my four part series on Chrome OS with an introduction to basic Terminal commands every Chrome OS user should know. I then share some fun commands and you even learn how to watch a famous sci-fi film in the Terminal! This show is full of terminal-fu. I end we a few thoughts in the Addendum segment and I’ll also share my latest purchase. Show notes available at: https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/episodes/0025
46:23
May 27, 2019
0024: Linux on Chrome OS (Part 3)
[Episode Date: 2019-05-19] In the first two episodes of the four-part series, we learned how to get started with Linux on Chrome OS. In this episode I share how to access files and hardware devices in the VM as well as how to make those pesky applications visible on the high resolution Pixelbook screens. There’s also show format changes based on listener feedback and a new way to interact with the podcast. Show notes available at: https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/episodes/0024
30:22
May 19, 2019
0023: Ad Hoc - Google I/O 2019
[Episode Date: 2019-05-07] I'm on the road this week and had some time to pull over and share the announcements from Google I/O 2019. More sharing than telling, this ad hoc episode was recorded in a noisy hotel room with the portable recording gear. We will return to our "Linux on Chrome OS" series (and a decent recording studio) next week. I hope you enjoy this brief interlude. No show notes for this episode but check out the episode page for the Google I/O 2019 Keynote video. It's available at: http://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/episodes/0023
14:56
May 8, 2019
0022: Linux on Chrome OS (Part 2)
[Episode Date: 2019-04-29] In the last episode, I explained how to activate Linux (Beta) on your Pixelbook or Chromebook. Now it's time to install Linux applications. I share my Linux applications recommendations and also talk about current application limitations. The show wraps up with the latest Google related news of the week. Show notes available at: https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/episodes/0022
33:13
April 29, 2019
0021: Linux on Chrome OS (Part 1)
[Episode Date: 2019-04-22] You own a Pixelbook or Chrome OS device. Did you know you are running a Linux kernel based operating system? Why not open up Chrome OS so you can load actual Linux applications and increase your productivity. No, we won’t use some hack. In this episode, I show you how to use the new Chrome OS Linux (Beta) virtual machine. Show notes available at: https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/episodes/0021
27:24
April 22, 2019
0020: Google Sites promise fulfilled
[Episode Date: 2019-04-15] Promised way back in episode 0001, I finally share my thoughts on the use of Google Sites and how you can create a free online presence. As always, I share some interesting items from the past week in the Addendum segment and then end of the show with the latest Google related news and at the beginning of the show I opine about some related tech topics. Show notes available at: https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/episodes/0020
52:29
April 15, 2019
0019: It doesn't look like a laptop!
[Episode Date: 2019-04-08] In this episode I share how to relax with your Pixelbook, or any other convertible Chromebook, and use the device in one of four unique configurations: laptop, tent, stand or tablet. I then explore Chrome OS’s unique tablet mode functions and teach you a few things you may not have known. The episode wraps with a look at two weeks of news after a tax hiatus week off (and an illness). Show notes available at: https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/episodes/0019
35:29
April 9, 2019
0018: What's new with Android Q?
For this episode, I've scoured the web looking for what's new in the beta release of Android Q, the next OS coming soon to Pixel Phones (and possibly Pixelbooks). And for this week’s “The Addendum”, I discovered a few useful tips I just had to share and ponder if anyone at Google actually listens to this podcast. Best guest? Of course not. And let’s not forget our weekly news. Show notes available at: https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/episodes/0018
25:09
March 25, 2019
0017: What will you todoist today?
[Episode Date: 2019-03-17] In this episode, I end my three-part series on getting things done (GTD) by sharing my favorite task and project management application; Todoist. I share a complete look at the application on multiple devices, and throughout the episode, I share tips on how to get the most out of this productivity powerhouse. As always, I open with "The Addendum" and close with the latest news; and there are some fun and big news items this week! Show notes available at https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/episodes/0017
40:03
March 17, 2019
0016: Conversations with GTaskD creator, Kevin Micke
[Episode Date: 2019-03-10] In part two, of a three-part series on getting things done (GTD), I have a conversation with Kevin Micke, creator of GTaskD; a new web front end for Google Tasks. Before our conversation though, I share a few observations and tips in the Addendum segment and end the show with the latest Pixel-related news. A special Pixel Powered thanks to Kevin for taking the time on 2019-03-09 to record. Show notes at: https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/episodes/0016
31:40
March 11, 2019
0015: \u201CGit \u2019R Dun\u201D w/ Google Keep & Tasks
[Episode Date: 2019-03-23] You hear it everywhere you go; “Getting things done!” In this episode, I discuss the readily available, and free, tools: Google Tasks and Google Keep, and how you can use these apps to organize your personal and professional life. I begin the episode by sharing my getting things done (GTD) process and then I end with the news that interests me this week. Listen to the episode, read the show notes and interact at:  https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com
35:57
March 5, 2019
0014: Warts and all…
I'm on the road this week and took some time to use the mobile recording equipment to crank out an episode of observations and news.  Hear me talk about my travel experiences with my old Nexus 6 (complete with Google Fi SIM card). Listen as I ramble and complain about the recording setup. Enjoy as I share a whole host of other observations and news revealed during the week of interest to all Pixelbook and Pixel phone users. Finally, hear me take a drink of water.  Exciting stuff indeed! If you listen closely, you will also hear a few tips and tricks. Show notes will be late, but they will eventually find their way to:  https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/episodes/0014
22:49
February 24, 2019
0013: PDF Palooza
In Episode 0013 (2019-02-17), I discuss tools (Kami, Xodo, and the built-in PDF viewer) to help you manage, organize, edit and annotate PDF files on your Pixel devices. During the show, I also clear up some episode numbering confusion, give a few shout-outs and talk about my new social media strategy chaos.
36:49
February 18, 2019
Ad Hoc 0001: I Heart Google Duo
In this ad hoc, or quick tip episode (less than two minutes long), I share a Google Duo feature that arrived just in time for Valentine's Day. There will be no show notes for this or other ad hoc episodes. Visit the podcast page to get caught up on all past episodes. https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com
01:57
February 12, 2019
0012: Remote Conundrum
In Episode 0012 (2019-02-03), a double-sized edition, I take a look at some alternative remote control devices for Android TV and then share the latest news – and there is a ton! I also include a hearty welcome to a few founding members to our Google Group, thank a colleague and begin a new podcast feature, The Addendum. Be sure to check out the show notes where you can find a complete outline of the show as well as links. Share with your friends and remember to post those reviews!
53:35
February 8, 2019
0011: Analog to Digital
In Episode 0011 (2019-01-27) we learn how to take our analog notes (paper that is) and easily convert them to digital using our Pixel devices. We can then store, search and share the text information from those notes electronically. At the end of the show, I take a look at some news and why Google Fi users need to start planning for the future of messaging. Be sure to check out the show notes where you can find a complete outline of the show as well as links. Share with your friends and remember to post those reviews!
33:05
January 28, 2019
0010: Google Keep, Part Deux
In Episode 0010 (2019-01-20)  I return to our Google Keep series. In the first episode of the series, episode 0008, I focused on the basics of Google Keep. In this episode, you will learn how to integrate Google Keep data into Google Docs and use advanced features. I do this by sharing my podcast preparation workflow. Lastly, I share the latest news including the new Pixel 3 Lite leak. Be sure to check out the show notes where you can find a complete outline of the show as well as links. Share with your friends and remember to post those reviews!
28:17
January 21, 2019
0009: New Year, New Google News
In Episode 0009 (2019-01-13) we take a short detour from our two-part Google Keep series and look a week full of Google-related news. The Consumer Electronics Show was last week and not only was there a host of Google-assisted products released, but Google also released some significant enhancements to their services. I run down the very long list. Be sure to check out the show notes where you can find a complete outline of the show as well as links. Share with your friends and remember to post those reviews!
20:04
January 14, 2019
0008: Google Keep, Part 1
In Episode 0008 (2019-01-06) I take a look at the basics of Google Keep. Use Google Keep to, well, keep all your notes organized and accessible. This is part one of a two-part series. There is a lot to unpack and for this particular episode, you are likely to find the show notes invaluable. Be sure to check out the show notes where you can find a complete outline of the show as well as links. Share with your friends and remember to post those reviews!
29:13
January 7, 2019
0007: Pixel, Google Pixel.
Episode 0007 (2018-12-30) seems like the perfect opportunity to focus on gadgets and to learn what Santa left under the Christmas tree in 2018. Be sure to check out the show notes at http://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/episodes/0007 where you can find an outline of the show as well as links. Share with your friends and remember to post those reviews! Thanks to JayMan for the spy-themed, and copyright free, music (see attribution at the bottoms of the show notes).
21:41
December 30, 2018
0006: Last Minute Tips and Deals
Just in time for Santa’s big ride. Last minute tips and deals! Be sure to check out the show notes at http://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/episodes/0006 where you can find all the links you need. Share with your friends and remember to post those reviews!
12:49
December 23, 2018
0005: On the Road Again
Steven is on the road again. In this ad-hoc episode he shares his use of Google Pixel and Google Assistant to guide him on his travels. Ad-Hoc notes at: http://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/episodes/0005
12:16
December 16, 2018
0004: Its Christmas Time in Google City
It’s Christmas time in the Google city! Steven fires up the yule log and then sends a holiday shout-out to his first 10 or so listeners. He then rolls into a whole litany of ideas to make the Christmas merrier using Google apps, services, and assistant. Changing the format, Steven moves news and updates to the end of the podcast. Show notes: http://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/episodes/0004
20:12
December 7, 2018
0003: Project Fi now Google Fi
Steven had a very Google day. Learn about his Nest Doorbell install and his experience purchasing 12 Google Home minis for $9.00 a peice! He'll then roll into the latest Google update and end with a discussion about why Project Fi, now Google Fi, is a his recommended mobile phone carrier! Be sure to connect at: http://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com steven@pixelpowerpodcast.com
25:07
December 3, 2018
0002: Pixel Perfect!
Steven continues to find his bearings in the podcast world by "so"ing his way through another episode. Bear with him. Things will get better. In the meantime, learn about his first reactions to his new Pixel 3 XL phone and listen as he shares a few tidbits from the latest Google news. There's also an update on his issues with the Lenovo 8" Smart Display. Oh, and the Google Home Hub makes its first appearance on the podcast. Show notes located at: https://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/episodes/0002
19:00
November 30, 2018
0001: It feels like the first time
It's the inaugural episode of the Pixel Power Podcast. Listen as Steven stumbles his way through his explanation of why the world needs yet another podcast about Google devices and services. Marvel at the number of "Uh's" as he strains to regain his podcast skills. Hey, it's his first podcast in over five years. Give the man some slack. Either way, enjoy this first episode and send feedback. He's ready for the worst of it! ----- Be sure to visit the website at: http://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com Show notes are available at: http://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/espisodes/0001 Join the discussion at: http://www.pixelpowerpodcast.com/community
14:46
November 26, 2018