TEH 095: Poop, tracing protest domains, space launches, and video fatigue

In This Episode: Can poop save us? Are we tired of looking at ourselves and should we be tracing protest domains? — what it all means for information trust.

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

  • Gary: Examining Poop. Can it help in tracking Coronavirus?
  • Leo: Why we’re getting Zoom Fatigue  – Once a novelty, now a chore? Several specific reasons video/audio conferencing might be more stressful than you think.
    • Maybe we don’t need video on everything!
  • Gary: Tracking domain registrations to follow the origins of state protests.
    • New privacy rules for domains, how it’s changing.

Possibly Off Topic, But Cool

  • Leo: Are E-readers also experiencing a surge?
    • In the Netherlands (from a “talk” with my cousin) they are using Kobo.
  • Gary: SpaceX is finally launching people… next month. First time people are launched from the United States since 2011!

BSP: Blatant Self-Promotion

1 Comment on “TEH 095: Poop, tracing protest domains, space launches, and video fatigue

  1. I started teaching with Zoom this week and I find it has its advantages for that. I’m finding the students have their problems connection but overall, the attendance is higher and the students seem to be less distracted and pay more attention. I was happy to hear we’ll be Zooming till the end of the semester. 6 hours a week of commute saved.


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