Show Notes – September 9th, 2015

Happy! John Reid of the Something reports back in on how the Kickstarter campaign went (it went well!).     Rose Regina joins us and we discuss the mobile vs desktop vs laptop usage. We also discuss luxury product support online. Lena shares her a recent example of the lovesac furniture company, and shares the exciting […]

Show Notes – August 31st, 2015

Amazon Needs More Staff – And Pay Up To $19 An Hour! but  You probably don’t want to work for Amazon &   An interview between Martin and Kumi Rauf of I Love Being Black –   In the News! Russian government backs down on Wikipedia censorship “Because the Wikimedia Foundation uses HTTPS-encrypted […]

Show Notes – August 24th, 2015   All about Watch some stuff your self: Engadget 1K TSA inadvertently shows the dangers of master baggage keys Security researchers have long warned of the dangers of using master-keyed locks — if thieves get their hands on just one key, they compromise all of the compatible locks at the same time. And […]

Show Notes – July 27th, 2015 discussion list of Wassenar: Lifehacker 59 Is a Command-Line Only, GPG-Encrypted Password Manager If you work keeps you at the command line, or you just prefer terminal windows to heavier apps, gives you a way to manage your […]

Show Notes – July 20th, 2015 (- where does the heavy lifting) 800 Hours of Practice: Get Set for Free Code Camp Basic HTML5 and CSS Responsive Design with Bootstrap jQuery Basic JavaScript Basic Algorithm Scripting Object Oriented JavaScript Intermediate Algorithm Scripting Functional Programming Advanced Algorithm Scripting Front End Development Projects Full Stack JavaScript Full Stack JavaScript Projects 800 […]

Show Notes – July 13th, 2015

  It’s Somehow Completely Legal to 3D Print This Poison Dart Gun In an attempt to circumvent proposed regulations that would make it illegal to share or distribute blueprints for any kind of home made gun, Peter Alaric DeSimone has designed a completely legal 3D-printed alternative that shoots .40-caliber blowgun darts instead.Because the term ‘firearm’ […]

Show Notes – July 6th, 2015 10d Engadget 200+ Netflix Card is your pay-as-you-go gateway to binge watching In the UK, if you want to sign up for Netflix, your options are basically PayPal or your bank card. With the Netflix Card, however, the company has just introduced a new pay-as-you-go option, […]

Show Notes – June 29th, 2015 the running of the news interns after scotus ruling Privacy Enhancing Technologies Symposium starting tomorrow in Philadelphia: and along with it today: Surveillance and Technology Symposium:       Your Dumb Smoke Detector Gets a Smart Battery — Design News Pin it If you’ve been waiting to transition to […]

Show Notes – June 15th, 2015

Today Martin and Lena talk tech.   Lifehacker 2K LastPass Hacked, Change Your Master Password Now Bad news first, folks. LastPass, our favorite password manager (and yours) has been hacked. It’s time to change your master password. The good news is, the passwords you have saved for other sites should be safe.LastPass has announced on […]

Show Notes – June 8th, 2015

A synopsis of discussion between Lena and her mac obsessed friend D about all things mac worldwide developer conference WWDC Keynote Address at the beginning of the conference swift has been made open source and it seems like a nice step, but how practically useful will that be in the real world? I’m excited […]