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Don’t ever say there’s nothing good to listen to out there. There’s a whole lot of podcasts about technology available to listen to whenever you feel like it, ranging from simple tech for beginners to in-depth coding discussions for those in the know.
As the name suggests, the Analog(ue) podcast focuses mainly on the human side of the digital age and how modern advances in tech affect us as people. Tune in if you find yourself thinking about how to integrate gadgets like the Apple Watch into your daily routine or how to find time for your weekend coding project.
Back to Work is an award-winning talk show with Merlin Mann and Dan Benjamin discussing productivity, communication, work, barriers, constraints, tools, and more. During Back to Work, you’ll find yourself contemplating the meaning of your job, revamping your productivity practices, and often laughing hysterically at the hosts’ frantic and friendly banter.
Former radio journalist Katherine Gorman has teamed up with Ryan Adams, a Harvard professor teaching classes on machine learning, to do a twice-monthly podcast on that very topic. Talking Machines is still pretty new, but it’s already landed interviews with prominent figures in machine learning, including Facebook’s Yann LeCun and Google’s Ilya Sutskever.
Get ready to go into the world of Google and all the innovations and interest surrounding it. The TWIG hosts and guests discuss news, gadgets, controversies, plus competitors of Google. Also, the show gives you a flavour for the well-established TWIT podcast network, which produces more than two dozen tech programmes.
Stacey Higginbotham has outfitted her house with a whole bunch of Internet-connected devices and has recently started her own new IoT podcast, detailing her day-to-day dealings with tech. It's fun and informative, especially for those looking to set up their own homes with the latest in IoT tech.