TEH 122: How well tech worked, Vaccine technology, Science is trending, Gargoles, Chip revolutions and Predictions

In This Episode: How well tech worked in 2020 (despite), Tech infrastructure got here just in time. Vaccine technology meets the times. Data measures truth. Science is trending. Giving and gargoles. Computing chip revolution. Predictions for 2021.

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.

Our guest is … Kay Savetz from FreePrintable.net

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

Top Stories

  • Gary: End of “The” Year. The tech industry was always built to work from home. Vacine is a major tech story.
  • Leo: The internet generally worked!
  • Kay: The infrastructure got here just in time. Science is trending. Rasberry Pie 400 brings Linux to people who want it.
  • Gary: Use of data in pandemic response was amazing. 2020 Tech news: Apple’s M1 revolution. Cheap small cameras, and the ability to share video easily.
  • Leo: Charitable giving is up. Frank the Christmas Gargole.

2021 Projections

  • Leo: Structuring work from home will continue to evolve.
  • Gary: Won’t be boring. After vaccine is delivered there should be a late year economic boom.
  • Kay: Vaccine rates? How is it working?

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1 Comment on “TEH 122: How well tech worked, Vaccine technology, Science is trending, Gargoles, Chip revolutions and Predictions

  1. Thanks for some upbeat ideas both for 2020 and 2021. I do hope science in general will be trending as it has been disappointingly missing this year.

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