In This Episode: The tech world quickly upgrades to online ordering for pickup, free education and every kind of human connection. We now have talk shows without audiences to neighborhood howling.
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Show Notes & Links
- Leo: Be sure to support your local eateries and small businesses as they adjust to our new normal. How tech is helping out:
- Gary: Everyone is podcasting. We can learn a lot tech-wise by watching the “Professionals” stream on their cell phones.
- Everyone is using basically the same tech. The difference is in the content.
- Leo: It’s like golden age of podcasting and live streaming. Everyone is podcasting including my bloodbank.
- Leo: There is so much free education available now. … if you do have free time!
- Gary: Denver local library giving free courses on Udemy.
- Leo: Zoom is turning their focus towards security — will they sacrifice ease of use?
- Zoom chief Eric Yuan says he was not prepared for flood of security and privacy complaints –
- Gary: Spammers are phishing Zoom downloads, people aren’t creating passwords and then getting hacked. But true security comes down to how honestly a business faces it and how quickly they patch things (Zoom has been honest and fast with patches).
- Zoom CEO: ‘I Really Messed Up’ on Security as Coronavirus Drove Video Tool’s Appeal
Possibly Off Topic, But Cool
- Gary: In the Pandemic Stay-at-home world people are communicating. Some neighborhoods are clapping to thank health care workers (usually close to hospitals so the staff can hear). And now evening Howling is a stay-at-home coping mechanism. You can sit on your porch, in your backyard, and people and dogs start howling at 8:00 pm.
- Leo: Kay sent Marco Polo (video sharing ap) proof that howling is happening in Portland.