MS Mobile Show – Episode 60 – Diving into Continuum


Welcome to this weeks episode of the MS Mobile Show!

This week we are joined again by Gage Castillo who is going to take all of us on a journey into learning more about the Continuum experience when using Windows Mobile devices. Make sure to visit his website to learn more and keep up with his Continuum series.

We hope you enjoy this discussion along with a comparison of Skype vs Slack vs Discord and of course this weeks App & Entertainment Picks!






Slack Channel

Thank you to all of you who have joined us on Slack! We are thrilled at the interaction and discussions going on there.

Want to see what you are missing and would like to interact with us and other fans of the show? Simply visit, fill out the contact form and then we will send you an invite to join the channel as soon as possible.

We look forward to seeing your there!



Twitter Feedback

On Episode 59, Vernon said that he could not find a way to attach a photo to an email via the iOS Mail app. @KappaLouie kindly directed us to a tutorial on how to do just that.



Personal Picks

  • App Picks
    • Vernon – GoToMeeting
    • David – WhatsApp
    • Gage – Instagram for Windows 10
  • Music Picks
    • Vernon – Vanessa Mae
    • David – “Fly Me to the Moon”, “Moon River” Climax Mix from Bayonetta Soundtrack
    • Gage – Drake, views from the 6 now on Spotify
  • Podcast and/or other Picks
    • Vernon – Star Trek: The Original Series (TV not a podcast)
    • David – RIP to the Beyond Tweeting Podcast
    • Gage – Windows Weekly (aka Chromebook Weekly ;-))




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About Kevin Harvell

Co-host of The Tech Informist Show & STLTechTalk Podcast along with being the content & client relations manager for STLTechTalk LLC.

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