In This Episode: Summer travels, tech in the Olympics, Apple controversy and Windows 365
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.)
- GR: Travels through heat and pandemic. Masks on roller coasters!
- App for vaccination records.
- LN: The Olympics? Streaming tech… stuck on 2020?
- Great coverage on streaming services… And yet: https://www.wsj.com/articles/nbc-draws-its-lowest-summer-olympics-ratings-ever-for-tokyo-games-11628547501?mod=hp_lead_pos11
- GR: Love the Olympics (and Curling)… but missed it while traveling.
- GR: Apple controversy over crackdown on child pornography, and the tech behind it.
- LN: Windows 365? Desktops in the cloud. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-365
Ain’t it Cool
- LN: Fiction – The Murderbot Series on Kindle. Fun & light.
- GR: National WWII museum in New Orleans. Has some cool tech.
BSP: Blatant Self-Promotion
- LN: How Do I Keep the Status Bar from Disappearing in Internet Explorer 6? https://askleo.com/1827 – What? Why? Because…
- GR: The Practical Guide To Mac Security
4 Comments on “TEH 139: Summer travels, tech in the Olympics, Apple controversy and Windows 365”
Leo and Gary,
Fellas, I really do appreciate the TEH broadcast when it comes out. However, I was wondering if some of the personal ramblings could be held a little more to a minimum. I look forward to the broadcast for technical information and end up having to listen to almost an hour of your likes and dislikes for what you did during the last week or over the summer. I have much respect for your technical expertise and it gets so diluted by personal ramblings.
Thank you in advance,
Well, that is part of the appeal to us (and I know there are some listeners that appreciate the ramblings as well), but we’ll look to strike a balance. It’ll be a little less rambly once were on a weekly schedule again, I’m sure.
Hey Leo and Gary
I actually enjoyed the “ramblings” – and this show covered some great topics. I have a question to ask – I consume almost all of my podcasts through Amazon Music – any chance you can submit your feed(s) there?
I’m not sure where Amazon picks up their feed list (it’s often from other aggregators) but I’ll look into it! Thanks!