In This Episode: SSDs, Ukraine’s internet, Podcasts come into their own, streaming movies, Kaspersky, and Transcriptions.
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.)
- 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