TEH 069: Rainy Days and Mondays

In This Episode: SciFi, SVG, Microsoft Edge for …Mac? And can Adobe sue you for using an old version of its software?

This Week’s Hosts

  • Leo Notenboom, “Chief Question Answerer” at tech education site Ask Leo!
  • Gary Rosenzweig host and producer of MacMost, and mobile game developer at Clever Media.
  • Kevin Savetz, web site publisher and Computer Historian at Atari Podcast.
  • Longer Bios on the Hosts page.

Show Notes

  • In the warmup this week, Gary finished reading an epic sci-fi series. He also mentioned the movie Wandering Earth’s trailer. Kevin started to port the Renderific SVG renderer from Atari 8-bit to Apple II. Leo says there’s a somewhat leaner and meaner askleo.com website. Of particular note: printing? Microsoft’s Edge for Mac browser now available in preview.
  • Leo says Adobe is telling users they may be sued for using old versions of Photoshop (via Vice).
  • Kevin is interested in “fake artists” created by Spotify and by music publishers. Can art be fake? (via Rolling Stone)

2 thoughts on “TEH 069: Rainy Days and Mondays”

  1. I would like to see a way to click on an item being discussed in an episode, e.g., two factor authen., and it take you to that section of the audio for this week. I know that the show notes often give you a link to another news source, e.g., “Google’s own data proves two-factor authentication”, but I would like to hear your take on it without having to search through the whole hour. When I try it, I just am taken back to the beginning of the week’s broadcast. Am I missing something here?

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