I give my numerical review of Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens, discuss the implications of the FAA’s Drone Registration rules on privacy, Netflix rolls out new compression algorithms to deliver more entertainment with less bandwidth, Dating sites get hacked (no a different one this time), someone develops metal that is 99% air by… Read More Episode #10 – Star Wars, SpaceX, Netflix Algorithms… and more
Some may tell you the world is getting safer all the time, and although they are right, it makes for an uninteresting blog post. Instead we shall focus on our feared impending demise from the madness of technological advancement. The oncoming storm. The buzzing sound that heralds our doom. The four spinning rotors of the apocalypse. They do… Read More How To Survive The Future Part 1: DRONES!?
I’m releasing a special [?] short Labor Day episode where we still manage to discuss Stingray devices (Fake cell towers) needing Federal warrants when used by the FBI/DEA and others, Fiat-Chrysler recalling 8k cars for hacking risk, a Drone crash at the US Open that got a New York City teacher arrested, and Uber eyeing… Read More Podcast Episode 5: Uber Delivers, Drone Crashes, Car Recalls and warrants for Stingrays