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Updated August 2020
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Write better Stories. Get the answers no one else will give. Master your craft one page at a time. No Filter. No more bullsh*t.No sugar added. This podcast is all about teaching you to write like a boss. I don't pull any punches and talk about the things you need to do as a writer to write great stories.
 
This is the podcast where I, Jared, talk about assistive technology, security, driving cars, and anything else that may cross my desk. If you wish to contribute, please feel free to contact me through the contact information available on the blog or contact information available in the podcast itself. You may also go to my web site for other public contact information. I look forward in participation and comments from everyone.
 
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Welcome to the technology blog and podcast, podcast 346. Last podcast was at the end of May, and a lot has been going on around here health wise. I'm definitely feeling better, and I've got quite a bit for you. At the end of May, beginning of June, Transit App was announced to be the Los Angeles Metro app of choice, changing the landscape of $240,0…
 
Welcome to the technology podcast, podcast 349. This program is almost an hour and a half, and is packed with tons of stuff. Contact information is given throughout the program, so please get in touch! Have you ever seen notations talking about fixes for screen reader users? Firefox fixed a very nasty crash with Jaws, but besides that, other screen…
 
Welcome to the Security Box, podcast 3. We really only have one main topic here. We also include news, notes, and other things in passing. Children's Online Privacy Protection Act Wikipedia The Childrens online privacy Protection act is here, not following the law by Tik Tok The Technology blog and podcast We'll have two segments on things to ponde…
 
Welcome to the security box, podcast 2. On this podcast, Twitter takes center stage as it suffered a very interesting security problem they need to solve. People have said it was a big time breach, but as you'll soon find out, unless you read the tech blog, there is more to the breach. Yes, accounts got breached, but we know there is other info. Ar…
 
Welcome to podcast 348 of the technology blog and podcast series. I've decided to change it up a little bit with a different spin on the security aspect, as well as talking about a piece of software that I've once used before, but yet, need it again. The setup was quite easy, and I pretty much did it on my own. Then, what do you get when you have t…
 
Here are the show notes for this program which is podcast 347 of the main tech series. Welcome to the technology blog and podcast, this is podcast 347 of the series. On this podcast, a longer segment on the Blue Leaks issue which I take you the article. Here is the blog post that is linked in the first Security Box which was issued yesterday. Next,…
 
This will be the home of the podcast of the Security Box, just security talk on the mix. Articles linked here to topics I've talked about. Welcome to the security box, podcast 1. While we're playing a wide variety of music, the music will not be part of the notations. We're only going to link to things talked about as part of the show itself. The s…
 
An inspirational talk with Sebastiaan van der Lans in his home in the center of Amsterdam. We talked about how WordProof can be used to fix the (broken) Internet. WordProof provides a layer of trust for content and manages to have impact by a massive reach. You might also want to learn how WordProof can help search engines to serve us better. If th…
 
Bart was happy to talk with Robert Bakker in Katwijk aan Zee about Electra. Electra is a global open-source blockchain project for fast and secure peer-to-peer payments at low fees.We talked about how it started, ElectraPay and POS solutions, ECA on exchanges, the promise of DEXes, and of course their latest achievement with product tracking on fre…
 
Bart was happy to talk with Mick de Graaf in Rotterdam about PieDAO. With PieDAO you can already diversify your BTC or USD position on the Ethereum blockchain and thereby reduce your risk holding these assets.The team is also developing a Ray Dalio style diversified portfolio, a portfolio that keeps you safe in all weather. Who wouldn't want that? …
 
Bart had a very interesting talk with Maarten Smakman about a new mysterious project: IS IT COPERNICUS?. The project explores the decentralization of money & power in an unusual, somewhat disturbing way. Maarten talks about scarcity, greed & reputation which have an interesting dynamic and can learn us about the future of value systems and how we r…
 
Welcome to podcast 345 of the technology podcast series. This time, no covid-19 material as I have quite something different lined up for this podcast. I'm sorry its taken this long to release, I've not been feeling well, but the wait is worth it, as you'll see. What type of app do you use to track your packages? Just before podcast 344's release, …
 
Welcome to podcast 344. On this podcast, we've got quite a bit for you. We've got news notes of varying kind. I demo and talk about something I recently learn on the iphone thanks to Michael in Indiana. I talk about Kreb's article about moving money and how one can get duped. Krebs on Security: When in Doubt: Hang Up, Look Up, & Call Back which is …
 
Welcome to podcast 343 of the technology podcast series. This podcast is covid-19 based with a webinar done by Mikko Hypponen to a conspiracy theory which we'll play the audio and comments from Michael in Tennessee. To boot, a video about 10 minutes dealing with 5G and the prospects of whether it actually gets you sick. The podcast is a little over…
 
On this podcast, I've got a webinar that I would wait on, but its too important. Cyber criminals are taking advantage of this pendemic. I briefly talk about what the webinar has, then enjoy this 57 minute webinar which ends the podcast. Here's the blog post with the link to the webinar so you may get the slides if you wish. Thanks for listening!…
 
Welcome to podcast 341. We've got a bit of stuff for you for an hour podcast. The topic of cheating came up within the dice world community. Dice World is a game that now has chat rooms in it. I've covered this on my cast before, but someone wanted to cheat in other games, and questioned their participation in the tournaments. I cover Braille2000 a…
 
Welcome to podcast 329. How can we keep ourselves as safe as possible when databases that companies hold them online? I completeluy understand the aspect of why they need to do so. It isn't possible for them to store it like I do, and its just becoming a problem. A telecom company breached, mongo DB to blame is the blog post referencing this segmen…
 
Hi folks, welcome to podcast 328. Transportation: can we use something like Navi Lens in conjunction with apps like transit app, Go Metro, or other apps to get us around by bus or train? Making The Smart Bet On Cybersecurity Whats going on with web threats? The October webinar by Trend Micro Protecting Our Children Online Contact info I hope you en…
 
Welcome to podcast 327 for October 27, 2019. What do you think about giving out or phone numbers? I'm not talking about business, I'm talking about phone numbers for personal use. I heard this on a telephone line on a bulletin board, and got to thinking. VPN services is the next topic. I'm looking at express vpn as they were talked about on a prior…
 
Welcome to the technology blog and podcast. Doordash is the latest major breach, lots of coverage on it. It happened between the release of 324 and now. Is this the beginning of the end? Here is the blog post on it. There is some commentary left by Joseph. We'd love to hear more on what you have to say, so please leave thoughts on segments. Passwor…
 
Welcome to podcast 324 of the technology blog and podcast. On this podcast, we've got two different books that are talked about. The first is one that I've already read, the second is one that I'm going to read and preordered through Amazon. Finally, I've got two articles that I talk about. One is in regards to a school system teaching the parents …
 
Welcome to podcast 323 of the technology blog and podcast series. On this podcast, we've got several segments for you. Blog Post What do you see when you hear or see the words "heat stroke?" It isn't anything to do with the sun, and this I saw while working on the prior podcast. blog post Three items in one, dealing with the company Philmore Produc…
 
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PhishingWelcome back to the technology blog and podcast, this is podcast 322 of the continuing series covering everything tech including assistive tech, self driving cars, the security landscape and more. This podcast is packed and even three articles that are on one topic, Phishing. Lets take this opportunity and give…
 
In the better late than never department, I put podcast 321 together on the 2nd.Welcome to podcast 321 of the technology blog and podcast. In no way am I complaining at all, but I really think that braille transcription software, no matter what you use, should be a tool. When I started lesson 15, discussed in full in the first segment, I found that…
 
Welcome to the tech podcast, this is show 318. I'll be in the process of reloacting, so this may be the last podcast until the relocation is complete. I'm hopeful that the relocating process will go well, and I'll be available through contact methods mentioned throughout the program should you have questions and concerns. We talk about URL shortene…
 
Welcome to tech podcast 317. How is our security as of late? Is the landscape good or bad? What are your thoughts on it? Braille 200 has a very interesting update. Braille 2000 has interesting childrens program, made accessible is the article, and I talk about my work with this area of Braille 2000. Here is the Braille 2000 category that you can li…
 
Hello folks, welcome to the tech podcast, podcast 316. On this podcast, we cover We Transfer. This is a service that was used to deliver files to me, and I actually like its interface. If it is right, I could see myself paying for it, but right now, I don't need to do that. I talk about this service and what it has to offer. Next Braille 2000 V2.27…
 
Sorry for the delay in publishing, we've ran in to a technical issue, which I've found a work around. On this podcast, lessons 13-15 are talked about of the braille transcription course. Next, IOS 12.3. It does fix one of the bugs I've had. Next, one ring scams, and how it relates to a book I read in 2018 called Hacked Again. Contact info at the en…
 
On this podcast, tech moving too fast: do you think it is? Next, a braille transcription fail, big time. Gaelynn Lea, an artist on CD Baby, is disabled and yet involved in touring and more. I pick a track from this artist and we feature it. Finally, a tech talk dealing with a wristwatch to aid the blind and others in navigation. Search the tedtalk …
 
Susanne & Bart had a very interesting talk with Joachim de Koning and Robert de Groot about Internet of Coins. The team of Internet of Coins built a decentralized wallet that gives you full control over your own wallet and runs locally on your device. Their technology runs decentralized and locally on the device of the user and connects to a networ…
 
Welcome to the technology blog and podcast, podcast 313. We've got a lot for you in a wide variety of news, notes, Braille 2000 stuff, and more. Wipro (pronounced We Pro) is in the news big time. There are three articles which are talked about in the first segment. The 2019 Phishing Trends and Intellegence Report is out. Some very interesting stats…
 
On this podcast, braille transcription software updates using percent codes. A woman got caught with malware on USB drives when going to a place claiming they were there for an event. Finally, we talk about signatures in general, and my thoughts on whether they should have specifics on what device the mail was sent from. Contact info is at the end.…
 
Welcome to the technology podcast, podcast 311. We've got a very interesting braille transcription update which makes me very excited to push forward in this course. Besides that, a transit update, and we start with several articles in discussion. The articles will be linked, and the podcast runs 82 minutes. I hope you enjoy the program! Alleged Ch…
 
Hello everyone, welcome to podcast 310. On this podcast, we've got a very diverse podcast for you. Bullying, Is This Just a Disability Problem? longevity.media May 2, 2017 Privitizing messages in voice mail, is it a big deal? Live wire made an announcement and change in regards to marking messages private which was received well. In today's day in …
 
On this podcast, Equifax is back in the news, and its not so great. Next, Live wire has shows, and we talk about it. Goldwave is talked about with something new I discovered that it can do. You may notice a change in the program. Sports and technology, what are they using? I know of some of it, but yet I may not be correct. Finally, my confussion o…
 
On this podcast, Ground Zero is closing. Why? Hear why in a segment. Satelites, can they be hacked? An article is very interesting, yet its not common. Michael in Indiana has an update on Vorail. Equifax is back in the news, and its not good. Finally, the 2018 trends from Trend Micro and their findings, something caught my attention about them. I h…
 
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