Come control robots in our studio live.

Watch from the other end live on the New Screensavers.

Triple threat: toot, tweet, and all from my Apple Watch. Technology, what a concept.

This should be a tweet and a toot... originating from iOS Drafts.

Studio engineer, Alex Gumpel, brought in his Mac SE and even got Hypercard and MacPaint running on it for the show.

Spent an excellent Friday with Apple legend Bill Atkinson. We talked for five hours about Apple, psychedelics, the Iboga ritual. General Magic, and neuroscience.

Part is out now at Part 2 in a week or so.

Just as a heads-up, don’t use PMs/DMs on Mastodon, and if you have to never share any private information.

Admins of sending and receiving instances can read those, as there is no end-to-end encryption. Even if you trust the admins, instance ownership could change or hackers or government could get in.

Use different tools designed specifically for this.

Facebook deactivated. βœ”οΈ
Take Twitter acct private βœ”οΈ
Reactivate βœ”οΈ

Social media sorted βœ”οΈβœ”οΈβœ”οΈβœ”οΈ

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Looks like it's "Stick Your Broken Refrigerator On The Neighbor's Porch Week" once again.

Bad news, good news.

I just spilled my coffee cup all over my lap.

On the bright side, now I smell dee-licious!

Today Security Now begins its 14th year as a podcast (July 18, 2005 - ) and we celebrate two years in TWiT's "new" Eastside Studio.

And we have an 18-year-old comp sci student in studio who was 4 when Security Now started!

So in this case the cake is definitely not a lie.

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Truth is Twitter uses much more energy. I find very relaxing.

In Xi’s words, cyber-sovereignty represents β€œthe right of individual countries to independently choose their own path of cyber development, model of cyber regulation and Internet public policies, and participate in international cyberspace governance on an equal footing.”

China envisions a world of national Internets, with government control justified by the sovereign rights of states.

Tooting my horn: just completed a brute-force Soduku solver in Racket for my EDx coding course.

It solved Arto Ankala's "hardest" Soduku puzzle ever in 6 seconds.

Took 25 minutes to solve this (much harder) one:

Only took me two weeks to write. 😎

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