heheh I guess I have my answer. File 13!
I've been thinking about this for awhile, and thought I'd run it by you guys and the forum folk:
Let me start with one truism: No one can be an expert on every topic, tech or otherwise.
That said, I've been thinking about how a format change in the podcast might benefit all (again, just my humble opinion).
How about this: Why not do interviews with experts on particular topics, rather than trying to cover all the bases on a subject that you both might not be "expert" in? You (Tom/Rafe) could present your questions, and/or questions from forum members to these geniuses in their field, and everyone would learn in the process. This doesn't have to be in-person interviews; phoners would be fine.
I'm not saying that this should or needs to be done with EVERY topic, either. Obviously you both have a wealth of knowledge on a variety of subjects that can be passed along very effectively in the podcasts. But to me, it sometimes sounds like you both are kind of feeling your way around when presenting this information, rather than possessing the detailed knowledge of the subject matter that one would ideally want to have when presenting it in a podcast.
Just my thoughts. Thanks for considering.