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The Committed: A Weekly Tech Podcast

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A weekly tech podcast covering a wide variety of topics, including personal productivity, media, and consumer technology. Hosted by Ian Schray, Rob Griffiths, and Kirk McElhearn.

Customer Reviews

Thoroughly Entertaining

I have been listening to these guys for quite a while now. I never miss a podcast. The subjecst covered are almost always interesting to me (Even if the main topic is of minor interest to me somewhere in the show i will be entertained by their banter.). The 3 hosts have great chemistry.I appreciate the time they give to this show - i have learned a great deal by listening.

Smart, Funny, and Helpful

My only complaint: these guys are so witty that when I'm listening to them, the idiotic grin on my face makes people move away from on the subway. Come to think of it ... that's another reason to like it!

Get straight to the week's tech topic!

Great technology show with an interesting range of topics, posted (reliably!) every week. The hosts' interests, careers and viewpoints all blend into an interesting and thought-provoking mix of information and opinions centered around, but by no means limited to ...

... Apple products ... ...

... ... ... ... ... eventually...

Ian, Rob, and Kirk are obviously all great buddies, and the first part of the show is more like sitting in the next booth and eavesdropping on their latest get-together at some local pub. You can spend the first 10 minutes waiting for your first order of chips to arrive while they recount which of their offspring inherited which of their hand-me-down iPhones, and who had to miss school thay week.

I think this is how they like to warm up for the show, which is fine, sometimes the banter is fun; but I wish whoever edits this one-hour-long PODCAST would start the audio at the point where one of them eventually says "well, we'd better get on to this week's topic..." and move the banter to the end, right after This Week's Links (which I love) and give listeners an option to listen or not - once the headline topics and news are covered. Thanks, Guys!

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