Your first podcast of the week is the last word in tech. Join the top tech pundits in a roundtable discussion of the latest trends in high tech. Records live at https://twit.tv/live every Sunday at 6:00pm Eastern / 3:00pm Pacific / 22:00 UTC.
TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading. On this feed, you'll find TEDTalks video to inspire, intrigue and stir the imagination from some of the world's leading thinkers and doers, speaking from the stage at TED conferences, TEDx events and partner events around the world. This podcast is also available in high-def video and audio-only formats.
The Vergecast is your source for an irreverent and informative look at what's happening right now (and next) in the world of technology and gadgets. Hosted by Nilay Patel alongside a cavalcade of tech luminaries, The Vergecast is the only podcast you need to make sense of the week in tech news. And your life.
This is the official podcast of Tested.com. Tested brings you the week's technology and science news, with hosts Will Smith, Norman Chan, and Jeremy Williams. There's no jargon here, just solid explanations of the week's news--and plenty of wacky tangents. Make sure you stick around after the outro for fake outtakes!
TechStuff is a show about technology. And it’s not just how technology works. Join host Jonathan Strickland as he explores the people behind the tech, the companies that market it and how technology affects our lives and culture.
Every week Leo Laporte talks to the smartest people in the world about the most important topics in technology. Records live at https://twit.tv/live every Monday at 2:00pm Eastern / 11:00am Pacific / 18:00 UTC.
Tech News Today explores the most important stories of the day in conversation with the world's leading journalists live each weekday at 7:00pm Eastern, 4:00pm Pacific, 00:00 UTC. Give us your news and views at 260-TNT-SHOW or firstname.lastname@example.org, or watch recorded shows on our website at https://twit.tv/shows/tech-news-today.
Is your phone watching you? Can wexting make you smarter? Are your kids real? These and other essential quandaries facing anyone trying to preserve their humanity in the digital age. Join host Manoush Zomorodi for your weekly reminder to question everything. WNYC Studios is the producer of other leading podcasts, including Radiolab, Death, Sex & Money, Freakonomics Radio and many others.
Stay informed on the latest technology trends with daily insights on what’s hot and happening in the world of technology. Listen to our WSJD reporters discuss notable tech company news, new tech gadgets, personal technology updates, app features, start-up highlights and more.
A critical look at new technologies, new approaches and new ways of thinking, from politics to media to environmental sustainability. One single audio file of the whole program - good for continuous listening.
One of tech's most prominent journalists, Kara Swisher is known for her insightful reporting and straight-shooting style. Listen in as she hosts hard-hitting interviews about the week in tech with influential business leaders and outspoken personalities from media, politics and more.
Ctrl-Walt-Delete is a new show from The Verge featuring legendary tech reviewer Walt Mossberg and Verge editor-in-chief Nilay Patel. In each episode, Walt and Nilay will dive into the modern tech landscape using Walt’s extraordinary depth and experience to tell stories in entirely new ways. There will also be jokes.
Tim Robertson and David Cohen host TechFan, a Stoplight Networks produced weekly show with a focus on all things Technology. From iPads to XBox, Google to Nintendo, we cover our favorite subjects with some of the best guests in the tech world.
Exponent, a production of Stratechery.com, is hosted by Ben Thompson and James Allworth. In this program we seek to explore the massive effect technology is having not just only technology companies, but also on society as a whole. Ben Thompson is the author of Stratechery, a blog about the business and strategy of technology. James Allworth is the co-author with Clay Christensen of "How Will You Measure Your Life" and a writer for the Harvard Business Review. Visit the website at http://exponent.fm for show notes and to subscribe. To see old Stratechery.FM episodes, please visit http://stratechery.fm
Every two weeks Bad Voltage delivers an amusing take on technology, Open Source, politics, music, and anything else we think is interesting, as well as interviews and reviews. The show is presented by Jono Bacon, Jeremy Garcia, Stuart Langridge, and Bryan Lunduke.
Innovation Now is a daily 90-second radio series and podcast that gives listeners a front row seat to hear compelling stories of revolutionary ideas, emerging technologies and the people behind the concepts that are shaping our future.
Clockwise is a rapid-fire discussion of current technology issues hosted by Jason Snell and Dan Moren and featuring two special guests each week. Four people, four topics--and because we're always watching the clock, no episode is longer than 30 minutes. Hosted by Jason Snell and Dan Moren.
The 404 Show is CNET's longest-running podcast of all time. Now hosted by Jeff Bakalar and Russ Frushtick, The 404 Show is a pop-culture and tech mix covering movies, comics, video games and more. Tune in every Friday as Jeff and Russ welcome a wide variety of engaging guests for compelling conversations that can't be found anywhere else.
The Long Now Foundation's monthly Seminars About Long-term Thinking were started in 02003 to build a compelling body of ideas about long-term thinking; to help nudge civilization toward our goal of making long-term thinking automatic and common instead of difficult and rare. The SALT talks are curated by Stewart Brand and supported by Long Now members who also get HD video of the Seminars. You can become a member and support the series for just $8 a month: https://longnow.org/membership/
An opinionated daily technology talk show. Chris Fisher is joined by a rotating cast of characters. Far removed from the valley bubble we tell the honest truth about some of tech’s biggest demigods. With insights on current events, and perspective from the past ones Tech Talk Today promises to be interesting, or fail live trying.
Computer Talk Radio with 'The Nerd'... Benjamin Rockwell
Computer Talk Radio is a nationally syndicated broadcast radio program on computers, technology, and your life. Benjamin Rockwell, the show host and a computer nerd, leads the team as the expert guide through the technical jungle of jargon, and the valleys of viruses, to reach the pinnacle of power of your computer problems. Additional team members Keith M. Sedor, Steve Keske, Deb Shadovitz, and Jesse Peloski, all help along the way each week with their own words of wisdom.
This award-winning series explores The Future of Everything. What can we expect of next week, next year, next century? What will we eat, drive, wear, live in, vote for, want to buy, and want to avoid? What mistakes of the past will we make again, and which ones have we learned from? From the next tick of the clock to the ultimate end of the universe, every subject is fair game. Composed of interviews and essays, it's hosted by the author and futurist Stephen Euin Cobb. Guests include: famous authors and the occasional celebrity, but mostly futurists, innovators, technologists, analysts, entrepreneurs, and those pushing the limits of technology, as well as those struggling to understand the trends growing strong around us now--since it is those trends which will create the future in which we will all live. This program is not about magic, or prophecy, or psychic divination. Instead, we attempt to use verifiable facts as our foundation, and from them extrapolate forward. All such ext ...
So many podcasts are about our digital devices. Analog(ue) is a show about how these devices make us feel and how they change our lives for the better, but also for the worse. Hosted by Myke Hurley and Casey Liss.
Fire was our first true piece of technology. Around its warming glow, we would tell stories, share our thoughts, and bond with the people we love. Centuries later, our fires have been digitized, and thrown into everyone's pocket. They are infinitely more powerful. This is a podcast dedicated to exploring the intersection of technology and storytelling, from two writers connected by circuits, wires and a passion for writing.
Taking the long view on technology, religion, ethics, and art. There are plenty of podcasts that will tell you how Apple’s latest product will affect the tech landscape tomorrow, but there aren’t that many concerned with the potential impact of that tech in 2026. In a culture obsessed with now, how can we make choices with a view for tomorrow, next year, and beyond?
Digital Impact Radio Built by and for Technology Savvy Professionals, The Digital Impact Conversation looks at the journey digital Impact is making. Digital Impact Radio is a regular monthly output from the Linked in group Digital Impact Conversations, where you will hear about Capability, Projects, Go-Lives, Partners and Emerging Trends that make a Digital Impact. The opinions expressed in this podcast are that of each contributor and do don’t reflect the opinions of their employers. music by audionautix.com
Intel Chip Chat is a recurring podcast series focused on Intel technologies that brings you news, information and interviews from the chipmakers themselves. Hosted by Intel employee Allyson Klein since 2007, past topics have included microarchitecture and silicon innovation, accelerators, virtualization technology, storage, interconnect technologies, mobility, data center technologies, energy-efficient performance and design, cloud computing, Intel research and upcoming technologies. Each informal Q&A with an expert runs about six minutes long and covers technologies such as Intel microarchitecture; PCI Express* Technology; Intel QuickAssist Technology; WiMAX; Mobile Internet Devices; Intel Xeon, Itanium and AtomTM processors; ENERGY STAR*; Intel QuickPath Technology; Intel Virtualization Technology; tera-scale computing; 45nm and 32nm advances; and Intel Developer Forum highlights.
As technology evolves with a quickening pace, scientists and developers are racing to create everyday devices with unprecedented capabilities, powered by artificial intelligence. What was once science fiction may soon become an accessible, everyday reality in our lives.
Jono Bacon, Jeremy Garcia, Bryan Lunduke, and Stuart Langridge bring you Bad Voltage, in which we are all Satoshi Nakamoto, quoting the dictionary at people does not help because it never ever helps, and: 0o:02:00 Is activism actually effective? A continuation of a previous discussion; does activism actually work? Although a more fundamental question seems to be: what _is_ it? 00:52:38 Google Hangouts allows you to send pictures in your conversations, and it works with existing XMPP/Jabber clients such as Pidgin or Psi as well as its own web-based front end. But it won’t do both at the same time; there’s an XMPP-ish way to send images, but Google aren’t using it. Is this Google’s job to fix, or Pidgin’s? And what should open projects do when confronted with this choice: stand tall for open standards, or provide their users with the best experience? 00:31:28 Jeremy reviews the Withings Aura Smart Sleep System, an Internet of Things Thing which acts as sleep monitor and alarm clock D ...
In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Orran Krieger, the Founding Director for the Cloud Computing Initiative at the Hariri Institute at Boston University discusses the Massachusetts Open Cloud (MOC) and how it is a shared infrastructure for running big data applications, empowering researchers and companies to explore, develop and release cloud-based Big Data technology. He talks about how the MOC is based on an Open Cloud eXchange (OCX) marketplace model that provides an open and customizable approach to cloud computing enabling multiple entities to provide computing resources and services on a level playing field. Orran emphasizes how the Massachusetts Open Cloud can have a tremendous impact on cloud innovation by allowing companies to experiment with new technologies, test their technologies on the MOC user base, and drive software and hardware evolution through interaction with Massachusetts Open Cloud community. To learn more, visit: info.massopencloud.org
Fiat/Chrysler and Google parent Alphabet will collaborate on self-driving technology. The Wall Street Journal's Jack Nicas says the deal will put Alphabet's driverless technology into 100 Chrysler Pacifica minivans. The deal is solely for testing, not for dealerships.
Happy belated Star Wars day! This week, we talk about some new Star Wars-related announcements, Hulu live streaming, Maker Faire anticipation, science news, and our new favorite Oculus game. Plus, Kishore and Norm explain to Jeremy the plot of the Civil War comic book series, and share their hopes for the new film.
Hosts: Megan Morrone and Jason Howell Guests: Ethan Chiel and Kerry Davis Tonight we talk about YouTube Unplugged, a rumored bundled selection of traditional cable channels that will require YouTube to secure deals with the major carriers. NBCUniversal, CBS, 20th Century Fox and Viacom are all part of the discussions, but nothing is locked down at this point. We also cover the update of Apple Music, the Samsung Smart Fridge, a 10-year old bug bounty hunter, and more. Next we talk to Ethan Chiel from Fusion about FaceFind and Kerry Davis from Engadget about eHang, bespoke robot surgery, and artificial organs. Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/tech-news-today. Thanks to Cachefly for the bandwidth for this show.
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Lawmakers in New York want to equip police officers with a device called the “Textalyzer” which would identify distracted drivers while protecting drivers’ privacy. KCBS Technology Analyst Larry Magid questions whether the device could distinguish between legal and illegal phone use.
What would the perfect TV service look like? With Hulu and YouTube jumping into live TV services, Scott Johnson, Tom Merritt, and Brian Brushwood talk about the must-haves in a modern TV subscription. MP3 Using a Screen Reader? Click here Multiple versions (ogg, video etc.) from Archive.org. Please SUBSCRIBE HERE. Follow us on Soundcloud. A special thanks to all our supporters–without you, none of this would be possible. If you are willing to support the show or give as little as 5 cents a day on Patreon. Thank you! Big thanks to Dan Lueders for the headlines music and Martin Bell for the opening theme! Big thanks to Mustafa A. from thepolarcat.com for the logo! Thanks to our mods, Kylde, TomGehrke, sebgonz and scottierowland on the subreddit Show Notes To read the show notes in a separate page click here!
Potential Apple Music fixes, concerns about iPhone sales, the value of tech unitaskers, and the future of digital cameras. This episode of Clockwise is sponsored by: Linode: High performance SSD Linux servers for all of your infrastructure needs. Get a $20 credit with promo code ‘clockwise20’ Guest Starring: Rene Ritchie and Florence Ion Links and Show Notes Kindle Oasis Review - Six Colors What does Apple look like without the iPhone? | iMore
This week, we discuss the next iPhone, a couple of new apps and one that got a fresh coat of paint. And for the first time, Coffee corner! Subscribe! Subscribe in iTunes, Google Play Podcasts, TuneIn Radio Subscribe in Overcast, PocketCast, PlayerFM Subscribe via RSS Show Notes Instagram Rolls Out New Modern Design iPhone 7 Plus Design Drawings Depict Dimensions Identical to iPhone 6s Plus What if There’s an iPhone 7 Pro? iPro Lens System Trio Kit for iPhone 6/6S Apple Announces New Apple Music API CareKit GitHub - carekit-apple/CareKit Coffee Corner! What types of coffee we drink at home and at work? AeroPress Coffee and Espresso Maker IMPRESSA X9 - JURA Coffee Machines Bodum Chambord Coffee Press Medium Espro Press AeroPress Coffee and Espresso Maker Handpresso Wild Hybrid Espresso Machine AeroPress Coffee and Espresso Maker Handpresso Intense Portafilter AeroPress Coffee and Espresso Maker The ROK Espresso Maker AeroPress Coffee and Espresso Maker Apps Talkshow - Texting in Publ ...
Intel Chip Chat – Network Insights audio podcast with Allyson Klein: In this archive of a livecast from Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Cam Cullen, the VP of Global Marketing at Procera Networks, reviewed the two new data analytics products they released this year with ScoreCard and eVolution. A use case for the ScoreCard product is improving Wi-Fi experience at airports and hotels for travelers through improved analytics. Cam also explains why virtualization makes solutions more compelling for the operators and adds flexibility for Procera’s business model by removing the need for hardware. The interview also explores the growing need for analytics and intelligence around network traffic with specific 5G use cases. To learn more, visit: Proceranetworks.com
As GoPro attempts to go mainstream (again), its biggest hurdle remains the smartphone, which supplies a comparable camera that's just as small and light. Tech reporter for the Wall Street Journal, Georgia Wells, has more.
Episode 56 Jason Lowe talks with Ozayr Syed, IOT Thought Leader for Australia and New Zealand (01:11) What is IOT (03:20) How does the Business Leverage IOT (05:10) Bridging the Operational and IT Networks (06:50) What are some of the industry challenges Listen in and join the Digital Impact Radio Show! Run time: 8:42
Here's the thing about social media; it's supposed to be social. Right there in the name. And yet, across the Internet there are millions of public videos, photos and posts that almost no one has watched, clicked or shared. Which begs the question: If a person puts a video on YouTube, and no one watches, did it even happen? Joe Veix wrote for Fusion about what he calls the Lonely Web. "It lives in the murky space between the mainstream and the deep webs. The content is public and indexed by search engines, but broadcast to a tiny audience, algorithmically filtered out, and/or difficult to find using traditional search techniques." Just to focus on YouTube, the company reports that over 400 hours of video are uploaded every minute. Nobody can watch all this stuff. But it's there... waiting. Joe tells Manoush that watching these videos can give you a refreshingly honest look into someone's life, as opposed to the more edited and filtered versions that many of us share. "But is also e ...
Topics: a gene linked to a youthful appearance has been identified; the worlds first brain-wave controlled drone race; new nano-wire batteries can be recharged hundreds of thousands of times; CRISPR/Cas9 has gotten one step closer to editing human genes with ease; Google has just patented a computer designed to be implanted inside the human eye; Google Ford and Uber just created a giant Lobbying group for self-driving cars; Microsoft to buy 10 million strands of lab created DNA to research encoding of digital data on genetic material; and the Haystack Website which will evaluate the difficulty of breaking any password that you type into it. Hosted by Stephen Euin Cobb, this is the May 4, 2016 episode of The Future And You. [Running time: 33 minutes] Stephen Euin Cobb has interviewed over 350 people for his work as an author, futurist, magazine writer, ghostwriter, and award-winning podcaster. A contributing editor for Space and Time Magazine; he has also been a regular contributor ...
Hosts: Megan Morrone, Jason Howell Guests: Ellen Pao, Erica Joy Baker Today we talk to two of the bravest women in tech: former Reddit CEO Ellen Pao and Senior Slack Engineer Erica Joy Baker. Their new open community, Project Include, focuses on helping startup CEOs work toward meaningful diversity and inclusion in the tech industry. We also cover refurbished iPhones in India, Fiat Chrysler and Google's partnership, and a patent for creepy contact lenses. Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/tech-news-today. Thanks to Cachefly for the bandwidth for this show.
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Doctors in an ER in New Jersey in the US have used a patient’s Fitbit activity tracker to decide on treatment. The patient had Atrial Fibrillation, the condition where you have an irregular and often racing heartbeat. Emergency physician Alfred Sacchetti and his team needed to know when the problem had come on. But the patient had no idea, which was tricky because knowing when the heartbeat went awry determines whether or not the team administers an electric shock to reset the heart or if the patient needs weeks of treatment and hospital admission. Fortunately one of the nurses found the patient was wearing a Fitbit tracker and the data on his phone allowed doctors to reset his heart rhythm and send him home. Drones and Mountain Goats A team of Spanish vets and environmentalists are using drones to try and treat ibex – the Spanish mountain goat – from spreading a disease. The animals, which live in remote mountains, are suffering from mange. This is a potentially fatal skin disease ...
Our own Patrick Beja nailed Nintendo’s NX roll-out plan. So what else can he predict about Nintendo? Tom Merritt finds out. MP3 Using a Screen Reader? Click here Multiple versions (ogg, video etc.) from Archive.org. Please SUBSCRIBE HERE. Follow us on Soundcloud. A special thanks to all our supporters–without you, none of this would be possible. If you are willing to support the show or give as little as 5 cents a day on Patreon. Thank you! Big thanks to Dan Lueders for the headlines music and Martin Bell for the opening theme! Big thanks to Mustafa A. from thepolarcat.com for the logo! Thanks to our mods, Kylde, TomGehrke, sebgonz and scottierowland on the subreddit Show Notes To read the show notes in a separate page click here!
Craig Wright claims he’s Satoshi Nakamoto, the creator of Bitcoin & while the Internet doubts his claims, a few key Bitcoin personalities believe him. We’ll get you up to speed on this fascinating story. Plus the long term negative impact of self driving cars, the Rock’s got a clock & Windows 95 like you’ve never seen it before! Then our Kickstarter of the week & more!
Back in March, Mike moderated a panel at RightsCon on the subject of intermediary liability and the delicate balancing act that platform providers have to play on that front, with lawyers from Meetup, Change.org, and Medium. This week, in lieu of a regular podcast episode we've got a recording of that discussion, which delves deeply into some of the difficult choices companies like this have to make.
In this Intel Chip Chat Under the Hood video podcast: Video in the cloud has been growing substantially over the last several years. The visual cloud is a set of emerging workloads in the data center that provides compelling, immersive visual experiences for end users. Learn more at: intel.com/visualcloud
In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Maria Olson, Vice President of Global Alliances at NetApp, joins us to discuss the disruption happening in the storage marketplace and the future of data management. She highlights NetApp’s Data Fabric strategy which helps customers realize the potential of hybrid cloud, ultimately helping organizations maintain control and choice in how they manage, secure, protect, and access their data across the hybrid cloud. Maria also discusses NetApp’s long history of collaboration with Intel, including the importance of participation in the Intel Storage Builders program.
Host: Megan Morrone Guests: Mike Murphy, Russel Brandom, Alex Wilhelm Tonight we talk to Mike Murphy from Quartz about testing the Oculus Rift at Best Buy, search warrants for fingerprints, a turbo jet hoverboard, and why he'll be the last person on earth to cut the cord when it comes to live TV. Russell Brandom from The Verge joins us to explain why Craig Wright's bitcoin math doesn't add up. Then, we have a lively chat with Alex Wilhelm about comparing Apples to Amazons, and whether or not this tech bubble is about to burst. Finally, Mike tells us why we need a standard for artificial intelligence. Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/tech-news-today. Thanks to Cachefly for the bandwidth for this show.
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Tom Merritt talks with Veronica Belmont about trying to get everything done on your phone when your main Internet goes out. It’s both impressive and frustrating. Big thanks to Allison Sheridan from podfeet.com for letting us use her bandwidth for today’s show! MP3 Using a Screen Reader? Click here Multiple versions (ogg, video etc.) from Archive.org. Please SUBSCRIBE HERE. Follow us on Soundcloud. A special thanks to all our supporters–without you, none of this would be possible. If you are willing to support the show or give as little as 5 cents a day on Patreon. Thank you! Big thanks to Dan Lueders for the headlines music and Martin Bell for the opening theme! Big thanks to Mustafa A. from thepolarcat.com for the logo! Thanks to our mods, Kylde, TomGehrke, sebgonz and scottierowland on the subreddit Show Notes To read the show notes in a separate page click here!
Maria Konnikova is a writer and journalist who focuses on psychology. She studied psychology and creative writing at Harvard University and graduated magna cum laude. Maria is the author of The Confidence Game, which reveals how con artist, mastermind, and manipulation prey on our trust. Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/triangulation. Thanks to Cachefly for the bandwidth for this show.
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John and Robb discuss WWDC without a ticket, the Apple Watch, iOS keyboards, Viticci's iOS 10 wishlist, and a man in a hedgehog suit. Ruminate #19 - Paper MattSnake on the App Store Drone believed to have hit British Airways flight 'may have been a plastic bag' Layers 2016 AltConf 2016 Announcing RelayCon: WWDC 2016 — Relay FM Connected* Meetup Telegram: Contact @MacStories Microsoft Launches Hub Keyboard for iOS – MacStories Microsoft Brings Another Keyboard to iOS – MacStories Emojinn Emoji Finder and Keyboard – MacStories iOS 10: Wishes and Concept Video – MacStories iOS 10 Concept - YouTube Club MacStories Baltimore TV station standoff: Wounded suspect charged - CNN.com Run Better Meetings with Agenda Minder – MacStories Agenda Minder Contact Us Email email@example.com Hashtag #askruminate
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Former Texas State Senator Wendy Davis -- most famous for her filibuster to stop legislation that would severely restrict abortions in that state -- talks with Kara Swisher about her new digital initiative Deeds Not Words, which hopes to mobilize young women into political action. She discusses her history of confronting misogyny and discrimination, both in real life and online, and why progress in women's rights has been so slow. Davis thinks women must forcefully call out attempts to silence them and learn to put a human face on grim statistics.
Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Lauren Hockenson, Devindra Hardawar, and Sam Machkovech Apple’s quarter, Black Twitter, Rule 41, Nintendo NX, and more. Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-tech Bandwidth for This Week in Tech is provided by Cachefly.
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With Casey away on assignment, Myke is joined by his partner Adina for a very special episode of Analog(ue). Listen as this multinational couple dive in to Adina's personal history and answer questions submitted by listeners. This episode of Analog(ue) is sponsored by: ITProTV: IT training you can access anywhere, any time. Use code ANALOGUE30 to try it free for 7 days and save 30% off the lifetime of your account. Guest Starring: Adina Neamtu Links and Show Notes Top Four #9: Christmas Music - Relay FM Botoșani - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Bucharest - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Romanian Revolution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Palace of the Parliament (People's House) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Carl Cox - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Mens Grooming & Shaving - Traditional Barbers Shop London TWSBI Diamond Mini Classic Fountain Pen | TWSBI TWSBI ECO Black Fountain Pen | TWSBI Retro 51 Sailor Professional Gear Series Fountain Pens - Pen Chalet Cockney Rhy ...
We’ve talked before on this show about social networks and live video and how those two things together can be a powerful force in anyone’s hands. When companies like Facebook talk live streaming though, it’s always from a place perfection, with images of exotic beaches or snow-covered mountain tops lingering in the background. What about when someone uses live video to broadcast something less than good? What about the people filming it, caught in the middle between watching something terrible unfold and the people on the other end commenting and asking questions? Those answers are a little more tricky. Where does responsibility lie when telling live stories? Show Notes: "How Facebook Live Is Changing Broadcast Journalism" – Medium 089: We'll Do It Live "Facebook Shatters Wall Street Estimates" – CNBC "My Tablet Has Stickers" – Medium
Apple's earnings were down for the first time in 13 years. Listen as I explain why it's not the end of the world. Also, the do's and don'ts of venting your anger on social media, find out what the Pope thinks about teens and tech, and more.