In This Episode: Solving privacy, Space Station Angles
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.)
- 1:07 GR: John Oliver’s Privacy Episode
- 2:22 Why creating fear in those that don’t know much about privacy isn’t the way to get things right
- 6:15 I get nervous when government regulators get involved.
- 8:10 Take for instance EU cookie regulation.
- 10:50 They have no idea what they’ve done.
- 13:00 Targeted advertising.
- 17:00 It’s been going on a long time.
- 18:10 LN: How does it hurt you?
- 21:10 GR: Take care of your privacy on your own.
- 33:00 Economics of ads
- 38:00 Content targeting
- 40:30 GR: Crowded Space Station?
- Future Axiom Space plans for ISS future
- 44:15 Detachable modules
- 46:00 Space Balloons
Ain’t it Cool
- 47:50 LN: ClickBait, Netflix. It’s a Murder/mystery
- Different focus each episode, nice twist.
- 50:30 GR: Tales From the Loop
2 Comments on “TEH 161: Solving privacy, Space Station Angles”
Thanks for all the recommendations in the past. I saw one yesterday that might interest you especially considering todays topic. It is called MIMI. Sorry I cant remember which service. I think it was Apple Plus.
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See the programming throwdown podcast 131: Supporting your Favorite Creators with Brave with Jimmy Secretan
Jimmy Scretan talks about changes to the web browser to make things more secure.
-John Mark Mobley