In This Episode: SSDs, Ukraine’s internet, Podcasts come into their own, streaming movies, Kaspersky, and Transcriptions.
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- 0:30 LN broken laptop. Dead SSD and how I fixed it.
- 3:00 Frame.work. Laptops with replaceable components. It’s meant to repair.
- 6:50 LN: “How Ukraine’s Internet is still working despite Russian bombs and cyberattacks” – Digital information is still coming out after a month of bombing.
- Russia relies on the internet too. Ukraine understands how important connectivity is. Starlink satellites.
- 9:15 The internet was designed for rerouting and resiliency.
- 9:54 Why we don’t hear about Starlink.
- 11:00 Ukraine has been deeply invested in technology.
- 13:13 GR Podcasts covering news are coming into their own with the war.
- Ukraine Podcasts.
- 18:00 Journalism and podcasting
- 22:00 GR CODA produced by Apple: best picture at Oscars.
- 24:30 Why is Apple doing this?
- 30:00 Is the future of movies in streaming only?
- 31:00 Spiderman also now the #6 highest grossing film. So future uncertain.
- 42:25 … And Kaspersky. FCC adds Kaspersky to its list of national security threats
- How Safe is Kaspersky Internet Security? (Ask Leo! article)
- 45:00 LN Recommendations
- 49:27 GR Otter.ai vs HappyScribe for transcriptions and subttles.
Ain’t it Cool
- 53:00 LN HALO on Paramount+
- 55:00 Character challenge!
- 57:53 GR The Kaiju Preservation Society by John Scalzi