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Jonathan Carr-West and Ingrid Koehler host this edition of LGIU Fortnightly looking at ways that local government can blend representative and participative democracy. Interviews with Deputy Leader of Oxford City Council Tom Hayes and LGIU Associate Kerry Ferguson, with a sneak peak at local elections offerings. Links mentioned in the show here: ht…
 
Unlocked: local stories from a global pandemic - an audio exploration of our week of reflection. https://lgiu.org/publication/unlocked-local-stories-from-a-global-pandemic/ Interviews with Cllr Abi Brown, writer Karen Campbell, and LGIU staff and poems from Sue Burge. Hosted by Ingrid Koehler and Jonathan Carr-West…
 
The Covid-19 pandemic has been so profound that it can be easy to forget that local government was in crisis long before coronavirus. Partly as a result of a decade of relentless funding cuts, but also because of an absence of strategic direction in nearly all of the areas most important to councils. Hear from LGIU staff about what's been left unfi…
 
In this week's episode, Ingrid Koehler and Jonathan Carr-West provide an overview of LGIU's recent work, including our new 20-minute neighbourhoods bundle which outlines the benefits of accessible cities and signposts ideas that can feed into recovery from Covid-19 by building stronger and more resilient communities.LGIU's Andy Johnston also speaks…
 
Jonathan and Ingrid discuss new LGIU survey on the timing and feasibility of the local elections in May and an interview with Prof. Toby James on what we've learned from countries around the world on running global elections in a pandemic. Links at: http://lgiu.org/free-fair-and-safe-podcast/ ‎LGiU Fortnightly tarafından oluşturuldu
 
We ruminate on the changes we’ve seen in our technology stacks in 2020, discuss 2-factor authentication with Apple IDs, and wonder aloud who Apple Fitness+ is actually for (hint: it’s not us). As a programming note, this will be the last regular, fortnightly episode of The Committed. For the foreseeable future, The Committed will publish on a far l…
 
We talk about AirPods Max, Apple Fitness+, and our impressions of Big Sur. LINKS AirPods Max Apple Fitness+ Coming Monday How to check a Mac’s OS upgrade history in System Profiler How to find what software has been automatically updated on your MacKirk McElhearn, Rob Griffiths, Ian Schray tarafından oluşturuldu
 
We hold our annual, round-robin gift guide this episode, with far fewer tech items than you’d expect! LINKS Stainless Steel Can Opener Bar Tool For Topless Beer Can Opener Apple California Poppy leather link watch band MoKo Smart Folio Case for iPad Air Kikkerland Bedside Caddy Robert Fripp: Music for Quiet Moments Letter to You - Springsteen album…
 
We talk about Apple’s new M1-based MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac mini. For the Rob fans out there, this show is for you! Links A Yatch Rock A Dear Linus…You’re wrong about the Apple M1 Apple Announces First Macs with Apple Silicon Picks of the Week Kirk: Modernist Bread Rob: Meross or Kefoss smart plugs Ian: ToothFairy…
 
We talk about iPhone 12, Apple Watch Series 6, then we go round robin about the good and bad of iOS 14, iPadOS 14, and watchOS 7. Links Review: Apple Watch Series 6 & Solo Loop Band Apple Watch Band Review: California Poppy Leather Link and Atlantic Blue Braided Solo Loop BuddyWatch Picks of the Week Kirk: The Queen’s Gambit Rob: Basevs Magnetic US…
 
In this week's episode of LGIU Fortnightly, Andrew Walker and Ingrid Koehler take a deep dive into the latest pillar in our Post-Covid Councils series, the Location of Power. Andrew sets out the key arguments of his new report 'Power down to level up: resilient place-shaping for a post-Covid world', plus we hear an extract from our webinar – coinci…
 
We talk about the new announcements from this week’s Apple announcement, including HomePod mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max. Links Get a New iPhone for $0 With Trade-In for New & Existing CustomersKirk McElhearn, Rob Griffiths, Ian Schray tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Obama Foundation Young Leader and Harrow councillor Peymana Assad speaks with LGIU's Ingrid Koehler about her journey into politics, how she maintains her motivation and what the pandemic has taught us about the importance of local leadership. Coming to the UK as a child, a refugee from Afghanistan, Cllr Assad first engaged with local politics as a…
 
In this week’s episode, Ingrid and Jonathan discuss the latest pillar in LGIU’s Post-Covid Councils project, Place and Community, which launched last week. The episode features presentations from LGIU’s Janet Sillett and Jane Sankarayya who spoke at our Place and Community webinar, plus, Andy Johnston talks to Jim Savege, the Chair of SOLACE Scotla…
 
We cover the new Apple Watch Series 6, the new iPad Air, and the Apple One bundle. Ian goes “TMI” at least twice. Donate to The Committed Links iMac Triple Hard Disk Mount The Difference Between the New iPad Air and the 11-inch iPad Pro Change Activity Goals on the Apple Watch in watchOS 7 Apple Introduces New Apple Watch, iPad Air, and AppleOne Se…
 
We do an all-tips show, offering tips and suggestions for macOS, iPadOS, and iOS. Then we talk way too much about keyboards. Links Rain Design mBase Rain Design mStand Keyboard Maestro LaunchBar How to Send Files Securely Samsung T5 Picks of the Week Kirk: Damages Rob: Logitech MX Master 3 mouse Ian: Logitech MX Keys for Mac (or at Best Buy) and Ro…
 
We talk about the new iMac, Phil Schiller’s well-deserved move, Tim Cook’s tenure at Apple, Face ID limitations in the era of masks, and the new Microsoft Surface Duo. Links 2020 iMac review: The last picture show Phil Schiller advances to Apple Fellow An introduction to every Apple Fellow in company history Tim Cook: “People Have Left Crying” Afte…
 
We talk about drone photography, changing per-site settings in Safari, Apple’s horrible Developer app for macOS, and a too-brief history of Apple. Links Behold Vermont, From Above Save Settings in Safari for Websites You Visit Often A deeper look at Apple’s Developer app A full history of macOS (OS X) release dates and rates The most invisible and …
 
We discuss Google’s privacy policy and the iPadOS 14 public beta. Then we talk about basketball. No, really. Links Google to Auto-Delete User History After 18 Months Two Weeks with iPadOS 14: Redefining the Modern iPad Experience First Look: iPadOS 14 Public Beta Picks of the Week Rob: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (Seasons 1 and 2; 3 is meh, feh, and …
 
We cover the pros and cons of the App Store, the history of macOS/Mac OS X, and then talk about this year’s WWDC. Links The Pros and Cons of Apple’s iOS App Store What’s your favorite version of macOS/Mac OS X? (Disclaimer: Ian works for an online events company that is producing their own event this fall.) Apple’s New Plans for the iPhone, iPad, a…
 
We talk about the Apple Watch, ARM coming to Macs, rumored small-bezel iMacs, and Apple Music metadata. Then we continue our Road to WWDC story; this time covering our hopes for macOS. Links New iMac With 'iPad Pro Design Language' and Thin Bezels Reportedly Coming at WWDC New iPhone/Watch page Apple Music and Metadata: No Humans Involved Picks of …
 
We give an update on Wink, talk about the new ability to turn off the floating heads in FaceTime, using a HomePod without internet access, then give our wish list for WWDC 2020. Links Apple can solve our Face ID mask woes by stealing one of Android’s best features Go old school Terminal for stock quotes iPadOS 14 wishlist Why iOS needs support for …
 
How is our thinking changing and our focus shifting as we move along the pandemic curve? We hear from Cllr Abi Brown, the Leader of Stoke-on-Trent City Council about the importance of thinking space and the challenges of response and recovery. We also hear from a husband and wife who lived through ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone. They tell us how wh…
 
We talk a bit more about the Magic Keyboard, split-view apps on iPadOS, how to get more out of your HomePod, Rob’s broken iPhone, and the odd decision made by Wink. Links How to Do Everything with the HomePod HomePod Wall Bracket iPhone SE lacks support for Haptic Touch on notifications, and it’s not a bug Taking it back to the matte Wink to Custom…
 
We talk Bluetooth oddities in macOS, the new Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro, and Rob’s new iPad Air. Links AirPods: Automatically and instantly switch between iPhone, Mac & iPad The Magic Keyboard Turns the iPad into a New Computing Device Magic Keyboard: Turning the iPad Into Something New An unfair fight? New iPad Air versus 2016 iPad Pro Picks of t…
 
We talk about Apple and Google’s partnership, automatically switching to your AirPods, the new iPhone SE, and Kirk’s article about how to decide which iPad is best for you. LINKS Apple and Google partner for COVID-19 'contact tracing' tech AirPods: Automatically and instantly switch between iPhone, Mac & iPad iPhone SE gets redesigned with an A13 B…
 
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