In This Episode: Updates good and bad, social media gone bad, and those tips
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: The odd case of DaVinci Resolve. Krisp works!
- Updates break things. Updates fix things.
- 3:00 Getting help. A work around.
- 4:00 DaVinci fixes it.
- 8:11 GR: ScreenFlow update issues.
- 17:00 LN: Krisp.ai cleaning the audio of podcast.
- 1950: LN: Twitter (sorry): I’ve been advising folks who are on Twitter to prepare an alternate solution, even if they don’t plan to leave Twitter. Twitter may leave them.
- 25:00 GR: Media can go away. Easy to lose an audience.
- 27:00 LN: You can lose an account. If you don’t own the platform, have a backup plan.
- 30:00 GR: Tiktok bombing.
- 34:50 GR: The cruel feedback loop of online sales.
- 44:00 GR: Bill pay and tips.
- 49:00 All those extra fees!
Ain’t it Cool
- 53:00 LN: The Innovators: How a Group of Hackers, Geniuses, and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution Kindle Edition – finally getting around to reading / listening to this. Fascinating.
- 55:10 LN: Hopefully cool: NASA’s massive SLS rocket finally takes flight.
- 56:00 GR: The Teenage Engineering Pocket Operator
BSP: Blatant Self-Promotion
- 58:00 LN: What Should I Assume About Workplace Technology Monitoring?
- 59:00 LN: And a heads up for prior customers of my backup book.
- 59:40 GR: Top 10 Mac Keyboard Shortcuts – analyzed by spreadsheet.
1 Comment on “TEH 176: Updates good and bad, social media gone bad, and those tips…”
Differences from different eras and locations.
Miami Beach a decade or so ago, before the era of electronic payment.
The ticket listed a suggested tip that was around 17% (I don’t remember the exact number but it was below 20%) but you could change it. Same suggested amount at all the restaurants over several years.
San Diego a few years ago, after mandatory health insurance or similar items was required of all restaurants for their employees. Signs at the door with the statement that there was an additional fee added to the bill to cover the new mandates.