The Outpost Network

The Outpost Network

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The Outpost Network is a collection of podcasts where conversation is key, and everyone is welcome to express their passions.
Zone 12: ‘Taxman’, with Jason Coles.
Mar 22 • 61 min
Jason is someone who I met through the infamous ‘Into the Spine‘ group, and since then we’ve been talking about the writing, pitching, and everything else to do with freelancing since. Juggling many pies with being a personal trainer, a recent father, and…
42: ‘Mid-Tier Time’, a Solo Episode.
Mar 18 • 10 min
This morning the Apple Online Store went down, and instead of it being new AirPods and AirPower finally making an appearance, it was a new iPad Air, and a new iPad Mini. I talk about my thoughts on this refreshed line of iPads, how it all stands before…
41: ‘Codename K48’, with Greg Morris.
Mar 18 • 73 min
Greg joins the show for the third time, where we talk about his experiences with his new 12.9″ iPad Pro these last couple of months, alongside looking to where the device can fit into a ‘Marzipan‘ world. It’s always a good chat when Greg is around, and…
Zone 11: ‘Tappy Toyts’, with Kieran McClung.
Mar 15 • 92 min
A different one this time, due to the fact we’ve known each other since College twelve years ago, have lived together, and I also attended his wedding last year. A talented graphic & web designer and emerging writer for his recent work on Next Gen Base,…
Zone 10: ‘Chaos Canon’, with Simon Thomley.
Mar 7 • 101 min
Simon (Stealth) is a gentleman who, like me, grew up with Sonic. Through his talents at programming, it led to creating an incredible amount of hacks with Sonic, from Knuckles in Sonic 1 to much-improved ports to what was originally released at retail.…
40: ‘Tredecim’, with David Sparks.
Mar 3 • 67 min
David is someone who I have been listening to for a few years now. From his ‘Mac Power Users‘ podcast to ‘Focused’ (neè Free Agents), a podcast that listened to for most of last year before I left my full-time job. A really decent guy to talk to, and his…
Zone 9: ‘DDR Dance Mats’, with Alonzorion.
Feb 28
Alonzorion is a YouTuber who I found while I was procrastinating from finishing an assignment at University back in 2013. A fantastic individual with a great drive for this, he’s been on the site for nearly a decade, always putting on a good show for his…
1.1 – Pilot.
Feb 27
Let’s see how this goes. Subscribe at ‘https://darylbaxter.com/feed/podcast/spacesquared‘ while it launches on iTunes and the rest in the meantime. We wanted to create a monthly podcast on how the previous month has gone for us, while talking about…
Zone 8: ‘Ducking & Pitching’, with Jordan Oloman.
Feb 22
Jordan is someone who has been killing it with the freelance writing these last twelve months. Having recently graduated with a Masters in Journalism, he’s written for the Daily Star, IGN, Rock Paper Shotgun, and many more so far. He also runs a site…
39: ‘The Great Beyond’, with Denny Henke.
Feb 17
Denny is someone who reached out to me on Twitter who wanted to come onto the show, to give his insights into how he uses his iPad for his business and home life. It turned into a great chat of how he’s living a lifestyle I’d love to aspire to have one…
Zone 7: ‘An Awakening’, with Matt Birchler.
Feb 14
Previously! This week a Nintendo Direct was announced and shown, and it wasn’t until the end that a remake of Link’s Awakening was announced for the Nintendo Switch. With that, Matt joins me to also gush over the original on the Game Boy, alongside…
Zone 6: ‘A Crash Course’, with Natasha Radmehr.
Feb 7 • 81 min
Previously! The long-awaited follow-up where Natasha returns, and after her spending the last month with a remade trilogy, we break it all down and find out just why the first entry is her favourite game. We go into the topics of remakes, nostalgia,…
38: ‘Sharing Your Passions’, with Lee Peterson.
Feb 3
After a few false starts in Skype, we had a great chat about Lee’s history with his iPad, and how he tries to fit it into his workflow with his day-job. We also talk about podcasting and networking through social networks, and if there’s restricted social…
Zone 5: ‘Shadow Foundry’, with John Linneman.
Jan 31 • 70 min
John is a writer and videographer for Eurogamer and Digital Foundry, based in Germany. I’ve been a fan of John’s ‘DF Retro‘ series since it began in July of 2016, and subsequently it was great to have him on to chat about his history with Digital Foundry,…
Zone 4: ‘Grand Theft FighterZ’, with Simon Marshall.
Jan 24 • 63 min
Simon is someone I met through Dragon Ball FighterZ mainly, and before that, his appearance on Chris Scullon’s Tired Old Hack podcast. We go though his favourite game first and foremost, where I mentioned about my favourite mods for it and its previous…
37: ‘Making a Dent’, with Andy Nicholaides.
Jan 20 • 77 min
Andy is someone I met through Twitter last June, where he was asking me about a keyboard. Since then, I’ve seen him launch ‘The Dent‘, and the podcast alongside the site of the same name. There, he focuses on topics that involve Apple, and his workflow…
Zone 3: ‘Rogue Agents’, with Liam Robertson.
Jan 17 • 63 min
Liam has been someone I’ve been following for the last few years, ever since I spotted his video about Rogue Squadron and the cancelled plans for a Wii release. Even though he has a day-job, he’s been killing it by publishing videos on YouTube that have…
Zone 2: ‘Pringles’, with Victoria Pheasey.
Jan 10 • 64 min
We start the series properly with someone I met through Tomb Raider! We chat for the first twenty minutes about how we met, and our experiences with writing in general. It culminates in what Vic’s favourite game and boss stage is, alongside some thoughts…
36: ‘The Ticci Scale’, with Federico Viticci.
Jan 7 • 84 min
A new year calls for a guest who has been an affiliate for the iPad-Only lifestyle, and who better than Federico Viticci. The Editor-in-Chief of MacStories, a podcaster of Connected, Remaster and a whole lot more on RelayFM, we talk about his challenges…
Zone 1: Introduction.
Jan 6 • 8 min
Welcome to PAL Keys! The second podcast has arrived, and I explain just what this show will entail in this introductory episode. *The feed is yet to appear on iTunes, but for now you can use the below URL to subscribe in your podcast app of choice.*…
35.5: ‘A Change Of Feed’.
Jan 4 • 5 min
Things are changing! I spoke on Twitter earlier about the RSS podcast feed address changing, but I wanted to explain it here in this very short episode for more clarity. This feed you are subscribed to is becoming a ‘Master Feed’, similar to RelayFM’s…
35: ‘Two Rashers of Bacon’, with Peter Cohen.
Dec 22, 2018 • 68 min
To finish off 2018, it’s an episode that was recorded back in August, yet we felt that this was better suited to round off the year based on the topics that we discussed. Peter is someone you will have heard of if you’ve been reading The Loop, Macworld,…
34: ‘Automate’, with Rosemary Orchard.
Dec 9, 2018 • 76 min
Rosemary is a blogger, programmer and podcaster, who hosts a podcast with David Sparks, called Automators on RelayFM. I had spotted that she purchased an 11” iPad Pro, and thought it only made sense to invite her on! Living in Austria and working at the…
33: ‘Bigger on the Inside’, a Solocast.
Dec 6, 2018 • 24 min
Yesterday I brought out a post about my impressions with the 12.9″ iPad Pro (2018), and here, I go into a few more opinions about the iPad. I start with the two points I raised about some apps not being optimised for the device and keyboard support,…
32: ‘You’re Pretty Good’, with Zac Cichy.
Nov 25, 2018 • 93 min
This was fun. It starts with me pronouncing Zac’s surname wrong, and it gets better from there! Zac is a co-host of The Menu Bar, a podcast where he talks with Andrew Clark and the occasional guest about technology and anything else each episode. It’s…