In This Episode: We’re back, just a little tweaked. Something’s clearly frozen over because Edge is good now. Apple’s privacy push is actually working. 1960s Lunar Orbiter images, saved from loss, are amazing. Plus: Picard, The Innovators, and retirement accounts for kids.
Our guest is Randy Cassingham, founder of This is True.
(You’ll find longer Bios on the Hosts page.)
Show Notes & Links
- Get the latest version of Microsoft Edge here.
- News reports on Apple’s privacy features: Apple’s new privacy features have further rattled the location-based ad market (via Digiday), and Amazon Turns Up The Volume On TV Ads; How Apple ITP Shuts Down Tracking (via Ad Exchanger)
- AmIUnique? (Quite possibly!)
Possibly Off Topic, But Cool
- The This is True podcast, Episode 059: Rescuing History (with more links and PICTURES!)
- Star Trek: Picard
- The Innovators by Walter Isaacson
- Heroic Stories and Not All News Is Bad (mentioned in the introduction)
BSP: Blatant Self-Promotion
- Leo: Is a Microsoft Office Subscription Worth It? (Spoiler: for almost everyone the answer is yes.)
- Gary: 13 Alternate Ways To Use Emoji On Your Mac
- Randy: Podcast 059: Rescuing History – A wild story of several civilians who rescued a piece of history — a little-known account from the sidelines in the race to the moon.
And a shout-out to The Smashing Security Podcast — informative and fun.