Update on Ring and they’re problematic app and website, Daniel Semro demonstrates how a blind person subscribes to a podcast. It’s surprising what things you can’t do without data (as I learned in the national parks last week). In response to Tim Jahr’s question, I’ll explain why I said during Chit Chat Across the Pond with Bruce Wilson that IT is waste. Claus Wolf asks for a change to the Amazon Affiliate Links and I grant that wish. Bart Busschots is back with another fabulous Security Bits segment.
Tim Jahr wrote a comment on the blog after listening to Bruce Wilson and me on a recent Chit Chat Across the Pond. I’d like to read his comment to you for a couple of reasons. First that I agree with most of what he said, and I’d also like to clarify with the context I should have added. During the conversation with Bruce, I referred to IT as waste. Here’s what Tim wrote: Continue reading “IT is Waste”
On Tom Merritt’s Daily Tech News Show a while back, he mentioned an article about how the Oak Ridge National Laboratory had developed an ultrasonic clothes dryer that would eliminate the need for heat. I thought it was really cool so I tweeted about it. I got a response back from a NosillaCastaway, Bruce Wilson, who is the Chief Technology Officer for Information Technology at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. He’s a fascinating guy with a background in chemistry and IT (and with an every so slight Apple bias).
You can find Bruce on Twitter: @usethedata