In this week's CultCast:
Robin Williams. We remember the incredible passion, talent, comedy and heartbreak of one life’s great artists. Then, stay tuned for this week’s best iPhone 6 and iPad rumors; Oculus Rift coming to OS X; the good, bad, and ugly of iTunes Family sharing; and we pitch our favorite tech and apps in an all-new Faves N’Raves. Join us and Youtube gadget-reviewer extraordinaire, Lewis Hilsenteger from Unbox Therapy, for this very fun and heart-filled CultCast.
Faves N' Raves:
Smile Software: If you haven't tried TextExpander from Smile software, you’re missing out on one of the most useful apps available for the Mac and iOS. TextExpander saves you time and effort by expanding short abbreviations into frequently-used text, pictures, code blocks, and more, and it's an application we use every single day. Try it out for free: http://www.smilesoftware.com/cultcast.
Automatic: Plug Automatic into your car's data port, and paired with their beautiful app, you'll be able to find your parked car, learn how to save fuel with tips based on your actual driving, and even diagnose and turn off your car's check engine light. See it out in action and save 20% off your new Automatic now at http://www.automatic.com/cultcast.
Links to today’s topics:
- Apple - iPad Air - TV ad - Your Verse
- Robin Williams - Wikipedia
- Robin Williams - IMDb
- Robin Williams - Inside the Actors Studio
- Apple remembers Robin Williams
- Robin Williams iTunes collection
- iPhone 6 Sapphire vs Arrow (feat. Joe Rogan)
- Joe Rogan on Twitter
- Joe Rogan and Dave Chappelle on Fear Factor
- iPhone 6 could get round True Tone flash with four LEDs
- Production begins on new iPad Air with anti-reflection coating
- iTunes adds Family Sharing info to app details
- Oculus Rift SDK finally adds support for OS X
- Virtual reality is cheaper than pizza, courtesy of Google Cardboard
- Facebook buying Oculus VR for $2 billion