TEH 089: Blood and browsing connections. Tinder tells us what it’s like in China

In This Episode: A health crises we can fix, how technology opens up a window into life with the Corona virus, and contemplating how much dirty stuff we touch.

This week the TEH Podcast is hosted by Leo Notenboom, the “Chief Question Answerer” at Ask Leo!, and Gary Rosenzweig, the host and producer of MacMost, and mobile game developer at Clever Media.

(You’ll find longer Bios on the Hosts page.)

Show Notes & Links

Possibly Off Topic, But Cool

BSP: Blatant Self-Promotion

2 thoughts on “TEH 089: Blood and browsing connections. Tinder tells us what it’s like in China”

  1. The University of Wisconsin and University of Minnesota have announced that their spring semesters will be via remote connection without in person classes.
    Universities are prime breading grounds for viruses due to the high contact rate among people from all over the world.
    I remember people talking about watching the flu move down the hallway in dormitories. Fortunately, no flu outbreaks while I was there.

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  2. Gary,
    Very interesting podcast (as they always are). Toward the end of the podcast, you mentioned your jigsaw site and, being a jigsaw puzzler, I thought I’d check it out. It looks great and I noticed lots of options, though I just left it on the defaults. I tried one for a little while and it was pretty cool. (I actually worked a puzzle for a little more than 8 minutes before realizing how much time went by. I thought it was only about 2 or 3. One of those relativity things.)
    I did note that there didn’t appear to be an option to have the pieces appear rotated (by 90 or 180 degrees) which would increase the difficulty. I have another jigsaw app where that is available. Right click on a piece and it rotates. I know the programming would be more complex, but would be more like working a physical puzzle.
    Just thought I’d bring it up as a possibility.
    Thanks both of you for engaging my brain for awhile.

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