I had a frank discussion about my bipolar disorder with Christina on Overtired this week. We eventually moved on to an in-depth discussion of the benefits of VS Code, which might seem like a strange transition, but you’ll be amazed how effortless we make it seem. Before it was all over, we also got into cable management for nerds and somehow managed to ignore Taylor Swift completely for a week. I’m not complaining, this was more up my alley. I’m also really proud of the Sleep Quality Index episode image — topical and nicely executed. Good work, Brett.

Over on Systematic, I had the pleasure of welcoming Rabbi Eric Linder back. The conversation ranged from leading a congregation during the age of Zoom to home music and his Klezmer band, with some fun talk about Mac and iOS and how they play into both of the aforementioned topics.

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