This show is filled with THIRTEEN wonderful listener contributions. From the sweet to the silly to the artistic to the snarky, they’re all fabulous. I tell you the story of how we ended up with 200 Volts AC in our house and what that does to unprotected devices (spoiler, it’s a BAD thing). In Chit Chat Across the Pond, Bart gives us the first half of his IP Subnet explanation in Taming the Terminal part 25 of n, where he unravels the mystery of subnet masks.
How to protect Chrome on OS X from POODLE vulnerability using Dorothy’s Tutorial. Capturing imagery of a partial solar eclipse – Steve’s video, my photo. A little rocky trying to use ApplePay for the first time, but it worked in the end. Unprotected wifi fun thanks to Andy sending in the link to medium.com and another reason to use Cloak from getcloak.com. In Chit Chat Across the Pond Bart takes us through the first half of Taming the Terminal Part 23a of N explaining Network protocols and layers.
Correction from Security Lite last week – it was UPS not USPS that got compromised. My AppleTV continues to fail…sort of. Donald Burr reviews the $23 Roker®Sound Cube Portable Wireless Bluetooth Stereo Speaker and gives it a thumbs up. I created a tutorial on how to turn OFF auto-play on Facebook videos. In Dumb Question Corner Arthur asks me how I know if people have opened the NosillaCast News (via Mailchimp). In Chit Chat Across the Pond Bart takes us through Taming the Terminal Part 20 of n where he teaches us how to find files by different criteria.
First I’m going to tell you how I made fire, or how I fixed Pat’s WordPress installation (instructions at instructions over at wordpress.org. Then Dorothy tells us about PiCAT, an iPad app to let your cat paint from the App Store. Next up I talk to Linda Decker, aka NYLinda, aka “normal person” on the phone about her experience upgrading Microsoft Office. In Chit Chat Across the Pond we have an extended version of Security Light with Bart along with a bite-sized episode of Taming the Terminal Part 19 of n.
Ralph gives me some great advice on how to approach password management for unsophisticated users. I ask the question why Microsoft would choose to compare the Surface Pro 3 to the 13″ Macbook Air. Fun challenges with learning to screencast using Screenflow on the Mac, using SwitchResX from madrau.com as I work with Home Inventory from Binary Formations. In Chit Chat Across the Pond Bart takes us through Taming the Terminal Part 18b of n – more Regular Expressions.
9 year anniversary of the NosillaCast, Cloak Giveaway complete, should unsophisticated users be pointed to 1Password or LastPass? Can OneNote from Microsoft replace Evernote? Add Apple Remote Functions to any headphones with the Belkin Headphone Adapter with Remote for Apple iPod shuffle, and the iLuv iPod Remote with 3rd-Party Headphone Adapter, or Scoche. In Chit Chat Across the Pond Bart and I make it through the first half of Taming the Terminal Part 18 so we’re calling it 18a, and you’ll get 18b in two weeks.
Big changes to podfeet.com – breaking the giant blog post of doom into little chunks throughout the week. I got to be a guest screencaster for Don McAllister’s Screencasts Online doing a show about iThoughtsX for the Mac and iThoughtsHD for the iPad. Should be available soon in the next episode of the SCO Magazine too for iPad. Why Dave Hamilton of the Mac Geek Gab rocks. In Dumb Question Corner David Bogdan asks how to get Safari to stop offering us push notifications (Clarify tutorial here). Wil Wheaton answers an 11 year old girl’s question about being a nerd (Video on Youtube.). Store and Secure Your MagSafe 2 Adapter with MagCozy. Tiny Portable Tripods for Your Smartphone or Tablet from Square Jellyfish. Discover New iOS Apps with TAPPD. Let Your iPhone Tell You the Value of a Resistor with ResistorVision – interview by Kirschen Seah of freerangecoder.com. In Chit Chat Across the Pond Bart takes us through Taming the Terminal Part 17 of n – Regular Expressions.
Main Topic – Regular Expressions
Taming the Terminal Part 17 of n – Regular Expressions: http://www.bartbusschots.ie/blog/?p=3542
- OpenBSD fork OpenSSL to create a new stripped-down version called LibreSSL – the aim, to have a smaller and easier to maintain, and hence hopefully more secure, open source implementation of SSL (don’t jump in too quick though, Continue reading “CCATP – Taming the Terminal Part 17 of n with Bart Busschots”
Who knows more, AppleCare or Allison? netchimp.co.uk if you can’t delete email on your iOS device. Unlocking fun fighting with AT&T but joy with Verizon. WordPress.com interview from New Media Expo. How I got my own IP address blacklisted from my own website with ScreenSteps! In Taming the Terminal part 16 of n, we talk about “Crossing the Streams”.
Switch to the Shure Digital x2u XLR to USB interface to improve my audio. NosillaCast is now on Stitcher Radio at stitcher.com. Terry Austin of IntelligentElectrons.com teases us with a partial review of Voice Dream Reader which works with OCR apps to read documents to you in fabulous voices. Dr. Bott sent me a box of tech goodies and I started reviewing some of the products this week. I really liked the Skech Rise iPhone case and the Airframe Portable Car Mount, also available at Amazon. Kirschen Seah of FreeRangeCoder.com reviews the iOS Mail application Dispatch. Clarify 2 goes into public beta, get it at clarify-it.com and Clarify is in a cool bundle at paddle.com. In Chit Chat Across the Pond Bart takes us through Taming the Terminal Part 15 – Plumbing.