In This Episode: Fires, Networks, Selling on eBay, Real-law video game battles, and (of course) some cool shows.
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.)
- Both: Smoke coming from everywhere in Seattle and Denver. Fun to be coding again, Leo on Python and Gary on Swift.
- Gary: Updating apps for security and Swift.
- Leo: Home networks: Gary spoke previously about Nest, Leo tried and was underwhelmed by Samsung Mesh network and is now setting up Unifi for better coverage. (ui.com). The management software is great; not for everyone but tons of functionality.
- Gary: Nighthawk router. Not great luck selling it on eBay.
- Gary: Epic vs Apple games controversy. First, here’s a background article on Wikipedia.
- Apple Accuses Epic Games of ‘Willful, Brazen, and Unlawful Conduct’ in Countersuit Asking for Breach of Contract Damages
- The ins and outs of selling software and books through the years and what the fight’s about.
Ain’t it Cool
- Gary: “High Score” on Netflix. Documentary on history of gaming.
- Leo: “Raised by Wolves” on HBO Max
2 Comments on “TEH 111: Fires, Networks, Selling on eBay, Real-law video game battles, and cool shows”
This was my first completion of your podcast. I’ll keep listening.
I look forward to you emails weekly and your site has good “common sense” info.
Sure would like know more on stock charting with Sheets.
Gary have you ever thought about donating electronics you want to get rid of to places or people who need them, but can’t afford them? It seems to me, if you did that, you could get rid of them and at the same time take a tax deduction. Sounds like a win win situation to me.