By Chris Radcliff and Ben Etherington
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Ben Etherington and Chris Radcliff have a lot of interests, and with a lot of interests come a lot of complaints. They started Notion.farm to convince each other the world isn't quite so bad.
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Off to a great start
I was really happy to hear that Ben Etherington had a new podcast. I've enjoyed The Orbital Mechanics for a long time and Ben's voice is a pleasure to listen to.
I spent the hour listening to episode one of Notion.farm nodding my head in agreement with Ben and Chris Radcliffe, agreeing with everything they said about touch screens and keyboards, realizing I really wouldn't like the MacBook Pro Touch Bar (how about having physical keys, each with its own mini display?), and feeling like Ben was looking over my shoulder as he described how his tickets were being ignored. (Do we work at the same company?)
Really looking forward to episode two