In This Episode: Several examples of Google doing absolutely stupid things, like blaming content creators for what Google itself puts into their content. Plus: AMP pages, foldable phones, and is the “ISO Rating” setting on digital cameras “fake”?
This Week’s Hosts
- Randy Cassingham, founder of This is True.
- Leo Notenboom, “Chief Question Answerer” at tech education site Ask Leo!
- Gary Rosenzweig host and producer of MacMost, and mobile game developer at Clever Media.
- Kevin Savetz, web site publisher and Computer Historian at Atari Podcast.
- Longer Bios on the Hosts page.
- In the warmup, Randy talked about UEFI and how that was an unanticipated step in his upgrade to Windows 10. Kevin is making his old Atari 8-bit computer render SVG files. It works but it’s slow. So slow. And Gary launched his new iCloud Course and gives listeners a significant coupon for it (expires at the end of the week!)
- Randy brought up AMP pages, which led to a discussion by several of the hosts about Google doing absolutely stupid things, such as what Randy blogged about regarding ads, and Gary had his own incredible story.
- Companies are coming out with the first foldable phones (like this Samsung, and they are expensive. Will foldable phones be a tool for high-end users, or will they eventually be for everyone at a lower price?
- Leo found this discussion/video about ISO speeds in digital cameras interesting.