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Smart Tech Today #22: Google I/O Pivots to Blog Posts

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On this episode of Smart Tech Today, Mikah and I talked about:

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Smart Tech Today #19: Biodegradable Smart Paper

On this episode of Smart Tech Today, Mikah and I talked about:

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Smart Tech Today #18: Amazon Owns the Smart Speaker Market

On this episode of Smart Tech Today, Mikah and I talked about:

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Smart Tech Today #17: Piloting Your Ambulatory Meat Sack

On this episode of Smart Tech Today, Mikah and I talked about:

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Using Apple Pencil to edit audio with Ferrite

Last Monday night, I streamed on Twitch for about a half hour on the topic of Ferrite for iPad with my friend Alec Pulianas, a computer engineer and podcast editor at AMP Creative Studios.

Watch How to edit podcasts with Apple Pencil in Ferrite (ft. Alec Pulianas) from matthewcassinelli on www.twitch.tv

We both edit podcasts and audio using Ferrite, a purpose-built audio editing app designed primarily for spoken word content (as opposed to Logic Pro or Garage Band which were built for music). It works on both iPhone and iPad, enabling a very natural touch input paradigm for editing your audio that both Alec and I prefer to use.

In our stream, we talked about the additional benefits when you edit on the iPad, including how using the Apple Pencil in this app feels like a remote control and which custom settings we use to edit.

We also covered details like Ferrite templates, the keyboard shortcuts, and a few of the downsides as well – it doesn’t have the same speed-changing capabilities as Logic, for example.

I really enjoyed talking with Alec—he’s a great guy—about this tool we both enjoy, especially because it’s changed how I edit audio and opened up where I can do my work.

Check out the clip on Twitch and follow my channel if you want to see future streams like this.1


  1. I’ve saved the entire stream as a “highlight” so it lasts past Twitch’s normal 30-days, but doing so unfortunately removes the live view count and chat comments. 
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Smart Tech Today #16: Smart Tech at the Super Bowl

On this episode of Smart Tech Today, Mikah and I talk about:

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Smart Tech Today #14: Loads of Smart Tech at CES 2020

On episode 14 of Smart Tech Today, Mikah and I talked about what I saw at CES 2020.

But before I get to what we covered in the show, I have exciting news – Smart Tech Today is now available as a video show in addition to our regular podcast feed!

We’ve always had the cameras on for our livestream, but the show’s been doing well enough to add in video production as well.

So, make sure to subscribe on YouTube if you want to watch along afterwards, or add the video podcast feed to get them delivered directly in Apple Podcasts.

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Smart Tech Today 11: Samuel L. Jackson on Your Amazon Echo

On episode 11 of Smart Tech Today, Mikah and I covered a K-Pop rapper’s AirPods problem, Samuel L. Jackson on your Echo, and Sling TV on your Google Nest Hub:

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Smart Tech Today 10: We Want Smart Blinds ?

On our tenth episode of Smart Tech Today, Mikah and I talk about these stories:

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Smart Tech Today 9: Decorate Your Smart Home for the Holidays ?

On episode 9 of Smart Tech Today, Mikah and I talked about: