Bryan and Jeff have pretty high expectations for the future of technology, and aren’t afraid to share. This week they dive into what they want to see, ranging from immersive reality to companion robots, and debate what might become reality while exploring what could go wrong.
Jeff Gamet is the Mac Observer’s Managing Editor, and co-host of the Apple Context Machine podcast. He is the author of “The Designer’s Guide to Mac OS X” from Peachpit Press, and writes for several design-related publications. Jeff has presented at events such as Macworld Expo, the RSA Conference, and the Mac Computer Expo. In all his spare time, he also hosts TMO’s Daily Observations podcast, co-hosts The iOS Show podcast, and makes guest appearances on several other shows, too. Jeff dreams in HD.
Bryan and Jeff both have experience as published authors, so this week they’re sharing their experiences with writing process, editing, and getting published. They also talk about the writing tools they use, how to improve your fiction and non-fiction skills, and where to find support for honing your craft.
Linea Sketch 4 for iPad and iPhone is out, and it sports new watercolor brushes, annotations, a rounded corner tool, and more. It’s a free update for version 3 users.
Adobe unveiled new versions of its Creative Cloud apps at Adobe MAX on Tuesday. The updated creative design apps rely more on AI and machine learning for editing, Photoshop and Illustrator for iPad get some new features, and now you can use Photoshop in a web browser.