This week we’ve got a fun bit from George from Tulsa on why you should get an Amazon Fire tablet, then I’ll tell you about the great network migration of 2020. After that Jill McKinley is back with three products she uses to help her sleep better. Every time Kaylee joins the show I get […]Continue readingMore Tag
In Case of Emergency, Open Home Inventory
The Theft Many years ago, Steve and I traveled to Florida with the kids on an airline that no longer exists called Trans World Airlines, also known as TWA. I made the critical error of carrying my jewelry in my checked luggage. I’m sure you’ve guessed the second part of that story. When TWA gave […]Continue readingMore Tag
Should You Feel Sorry for a Company?
I’ve had something itching at the back of my brain that I feel compelled to talk about. I’m finding it fascinating how differently tech companies are characterized depending on the emotions of the day. My thoughts on this started to take form when on MacBreak Weekly, Leo LaPorte, Andy Ihnatko and René Ritchie were talking […]Continue readingMore Tag
I Have Made Fire – I Coded in Perl with Regex!
We’re entering chapter 3 of my quest to provide chapter markers in the podcast. The original request was from Joe LaGreca but since I’ve started talking about it on the show, people have been coming out of the woodwork saying, “Yes, please!” I have been working my little fingers and brain to the bone on […]Continue readingMore Tag
NC #598 YouTube Takedown, Not Sad About Samsung, Reminders, Echo Dot, Dyn DNS DDoS Attack
I got to host Bart’s show, Let’s Talk Photography at lets-talk.ie/…. My RecoLive Tutorial is up at ScreenCasts Online, check it out at screencastsonline.com/…. I go on a bit of a rant about how the Live Show almost died because of a guy doing a takedown notice on YouTube of an interview we did with […]Continue readingMore Tag
Why I Am Neither Sad nor Surprised About Samsung
I’ve been silent up until now about the Samsung Galaxy phones catching on fire. At first I felt badly for the employees. Can you even imagine being in the room when the CEO found out about this? It must have been a dreadful couple of months for everyone there. In case you need more convincing […]Continue readingMore Tag