Sounds Legit is a weekly podcast covering recent developments in technology and how they touch people's lives. The show is hosted by Martin Kuplens-Ewart and Chris Luckhardt.
April 18, 2013
Chris Luckhardt and Martin Kuplens-Ewart discuss the popularity and mechanics of crowd funding, with a focus on the Indiegogo photography campaign Passing Reflections.
April 4, 2013
Chris Luckhardt and Martin Kuplens-Ewart discuss the benefits of using open source source, on the eve of Mozilla's 15th anniversary.
March 28, 2013
Chris Luckhardt and Martin Kuplens-Ewart discuss Mailbox and the next evolution of email - time-based email management.
March 21, 2013
Chris Luckhardt and Martin Kuplens-Ewart divide this episode into two segments to discuss possible solutions for two personal, yet common, technology problems - how to play a wide variety of media on your television and time management in the digital era.
March 7, 2013
Chris Luckhardt and Martin Kuplens-Ewart discuss the primary problem with Google Glass - how it affects people on the other side of the glass.
Feb. 28, 2013
Chris Luckhardt and Martin Kuplens-Ewart discuss the current trend toward simplified and flat user interface design for websites and mobile apps.
Feb. 21, 2013
Chris Luckhardt and Martin Kuplens-Ewart discuss the culture of start-up acquisitions, beginning with the founding of Google and leading up to Instagram's sale to Facebook. Are companies founded by developers more likely to build a long-term product? Do investors drive a push to sell early?
Feb. 14, 2013
Chris Luckhardt and Martin Kuplens-Ewart discuss Vine, Twitter's new 6 second video sharing app. What do we think about Vine? Check out the episode to hear our slightly less than enthusiastic review.
Feb. 7, 2013
Chris Luckhardt and Martin Kuplens-Ewart kick off the new season of Sounds Legit with Martin's technology trend predictions for 2013. From Firefox OS to the continuing surge in China's online commerce, it should be no surprise that the conversation focuses on mobile technologies.
Dec. 27, 2012
Martin Kuplens-Ewart and Chris Luckhardt ruminate on why some people are disconnecting and taking extended breaks from technology and social media.