Another special guest on the podcast this week: Lisa Schmeiser, who you probably know her from The Incomparable podcasts, her amazing So What, Who Cares? newsletter—by day she runs the SuperSite for Windows but we won’t hold that against her. Lisa joins us to talk about kids and technology: how to manage screen time, teach kids to be good digital citizens, and help them establish and control their online identity.
There’s also plenty of news to discuss this week, including the first round of iPhone 6s reviews, this XcodeGhost malware problem, the fashionably late arrival of watchOS 2, and a little bit on content blockers before we run out of steam and pull the podcast equivalent of ¯\_(ツ)_/¯.
Teach Your Children: Screens are good, by Lisa Schmeiser
Early iPhone 6s and 6s Plus reviews: 3D Touch and Live Photos are worth upgrading for by Caitlin McGarry
These 15 amazing watchOS 2 features make Apple Watch worth buying by Caitlin McGarry
How to install watchOS 2 on your Apple Watch by Caitlin McGarry
How to use iOS 9 content blockers to remove web popover boxes by Glenn Fleishman
Everyone who bought Peace gets their $3 back by Susie Ochs
How iOS 9 content blockers can help you stay secure by Glenn Fleishman
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