-Jerry has a “non-technical” gripe about health bowls he wants to share
-Drink every time Joe says açaí
-To bring it back to technology, Jerry has issues with the motivational announcements on the Nike Run app
-Client perceptions and marketing terms often are deceiving
-clients that won’t spend money are nothing new. But Joe & Jerry dive deeper into the disfunctional relationships that persist through time.
-The “computer friend” is a red flag
-A potential customer approaches Jerry about doing project work or “cost plus” work before establishing an ongoing relationship
-A move to G Suite ends up being a challenge for Jerry as he gets bounced around support.
-Joe flips the conversation to show when clients can be correct and prove us wrong
-A shoutout to TidBITS Content Network (https://tcn.tidbits.com)
and all that they provide to us on a regular basis, as well as the bonus material during Apple announcements
-Joe compares directing a client to your blog to explain something as a customized “Let Me Google That For You”
-Sam wishes he was a part of the conversation as Jerry & Joe have a good ole’ fashioned gripe session about client habits
-“Oh no the skeleton popped up” - One of Joe’s clients saw Apple's branding for WWDC on apple.com and thought it was a result of her recent hacking, calling it a skeleton