Top podcast episodes in Technology

Last updated 4 hours ago. Switch to Top podcasts.
1
This week, we talk to the world’s most obsessive tracker of politicians' secret online lives. And ask for help on a very spooky mission. Further Reading: Ashley's article on James Comey's secret twitter and instagram accounts: https://gizmodo.com/this-is-almost-certainly-james-comey-s-twitter-account-1793843641 Ashley's article on Mitt Romney's secret twitter account: https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2019/10/mitt-romney-has-a-secret-twitter-account-and-it-sure-looks-like-its-this-one.html Ashley's article on Pete Buttigieg's Wikipedia page: https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2019/12/pete-buttigieg-wikipedia-page-editor.html Find out more about our summer and fall internships here: https://gimletmedia.com/shows/reply-all/posts/internships
2
We're hard at work on new episodes of the TED Radio Hour, which will start rolling out in March. In the meantime, new host Manoush Zomorodi shares some of her favorite episodes of the show. This episode originally aired on February 1, 2019.The Me Too movement has changed the way we think and talk about gender discrimination. This hour, TED speakers explore how the conversation has moved beyond a hashtag, and where we go from here. Guests include Me Too movement founder Tarana Burke, actor and activist Ashley Judd, writer Laura Bates, and anti-sexism educator Jackson Katz.
3
We're hard at work on new episodes of the TED Radio Hour, which will start rolling out in March. In the meantime, new host Manoush Zomorodi shares some of her favorite episodes of the show. This episode originally aired on June 21, 2019. When the life you've built slips out of your grasp, you're often told it's best to move on. But is that true? Instead of forgetting the past, TED speakers describe how we can move forward with it. Guests include writers Nora McInerny and Suleika Jaouad, and human rights advocate Lindy Lou Isonhood.
4
We're hard at work on new episodes of the TED Radio Hour, which will start rolling out in March. In the meantime, new host Manoush Zomorodi shares some of her favorite episodes of the show. This episode originally aired on March 24, 2017. Humans have a capacity to laugh even in the hardest of times. This hour, TED speakers describe how they use humor as a weapon and a shield, to ward off doubt, discrimination, and even depression. Guests include comedians Sandi Toksvig, Maysoon Zayid, Negin Farsad, and Kevin Breel.
5
PJ and Alex open up the hotline again to tackle listener problems and mysteries, no job too weird. This time – a Waze vortex, a tribunal for HawtNugz, and a powerful mystery cure that could topple the world into dystopia. www.helpwiththecure.com
6
Technology journalist and Wired editor-at-large Steven Levy talks with Recode's Kara Swisher about his latest book, Facebook: The Inside Story, for which he obtained years of direct access to CEO Mark Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg. Levy discusses how he got that access, how Zuckerberg has changed (or hasn't) over time, and whether he, Sandberg, and the company at large understand the damage that Facebook has caused. Plus: Why Zuckerberg destroyed his old diaries, how he was influenced by Bill Gates, and what will happen to the company next now that it is under more scrutiny than ever. Featuring: Steven Levy (@StevenLevy), author, Facebook: The Inside Story Host: Kara Swisher (@karaswisher), Recode co-founder and editor-at-large More to explore: On Reset, Arielle Duhaime-Ross explores why — and how — tech is changing everything. On Recode Media, Peter Kafka interviews business titans, journalists, comedians and podcasters about the collision of tech and media. On Pivot, Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway talk about the big tech news stories of the week, who's winning, who's failing, and what comes next. And on Land of the Giants, Jason Del Rey chronicled the rise of Amazon. Season 2 will focus on Netflix and is coming soon! About Recode by Vox: Recode by Vox helps you understand how tech is changing the world — and changing us. Follow Us: Newsletter: Recode Daily Twitter: @Recode and @voxdotcom Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
7
Univision anchor Jorge Ramos talks with Recode’s Kara Swisher about how much of the Latino vote President Trump might get in 2020, why Bernie Sanders’ comments about Fidel Castro might cost him dearly in a general election, and why it’s important that journalists practice contrapoder — being on the other side of power. Ramos has publicly clashed with Trump, who published his phone number on Instagram after Ramos sent him a letter during the campaign; he calls for others in the media to stand up to Trump, and says that there are some scenarios where being neutral to all parties is an abrogation of duty. Plus: How should tech giants be regulated, and would that regulation hurt good political discourse? This interview was recorded in front of a live audience at the Knight Media Forum in Miami, Florida. Click here to read a full transcript of the conversation. Featuring: Jorge Ramos (@jorgeramosnews), journalist and anchor, Univision Host: Kara Swisher (@karaswisher), Recode co-founder and editor-at-large More to explore: On Reset, Arielle Duhaime-Ross explores why — and how — tech is changing everything. On Recode Media, Peter Kafka interviews business titans, journalists, comedians and podcasters about the collision of tech and media. On Pivot, Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway talk about the big tech news stories of the week, who's winning, who's failing, and what comes next. And on Land of the Giants, Jason Del Rey chronicled the rise of Amazon. Season 2 will focus on Netflix and is coming soon! About Recode by Vox: Recode by Vox helps you understand how tech is changing the world — and changing us. Follow Us: Newsletter: Recode Daily Twitter: @Recode and @voxdotcom Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
8
We're hard at work on new episodes of the TED Radio Hour, which will start rolling out in March. In the meantime, our new host Manoush Zomorodi shares some of her favorite episodes of the show. This episode originally aired on August 28, 2016. We're always asked to be faster and more precise. But what can we learn from slowing down — even procrastinating? This hour, TED speakers explore why taking it slow is crucial...for all of us. Guests include TV producer Thomas Hellum, psychologist Adam Grant, blogger Tim Urban, mindfulness expert Andy Puddicombe, marketer Lakshmi Pratury, and video artist Gabriel Barcia-Colombo.
9
Michael I. Jordan is a professor at Berkeley, and one of the most influential people in the history of machine learning, statistics, and artificial intelligence. He has been cited over 170,000 times and has mentored many of the world-class researchers defining the field of AI today, including Andrew Ng, Zoubin Ghahramani, Ben Taskar, and Yoshua Bengio. EPISODE LINKS: (Blog post) Artificial Intelligence—The Revolution Hasn’t Happened Yet This conversation is part of the Artificial Intelligence podcast. If you would like to get more information about this podcast go to https://lexfridman.com/ai or connect with @lexfridman on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Medium, or YouTube where
10
A scandal at Teen Vogue, a mysteriously disappeared TikTok star, and the competing viral dances of Mayor Pete and Mayor Bloomberg. Yes Yes No is back. Tweet #1 Tweet #2
11
Adam and Norm are back from a week in New Zealand, and tease some of the things they saw at filmed at Weta Workshop. We also trade stories from past plumbing misadventures, and talk about Adam's new role as creative director of SiliCon!
12
Long computer boot-up times, preventing Time Machine from backing up everything, updating to Windows 10, the safety of guest accounts on a network, iDrive backing up photos, and more of your calls! Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Sam Abuelsamid and Chris Marquardt Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/the-tech-guy. For detailed show notes, visit techguylabs.com.
13
Jennifer Doudna, co-developer of the revolutionary gene editing technology, reflects on CRISPR's past and its future.
14
Special guest John Moltz returns to the show. Topics include Larry Tesler and his “no modes” mantra for UI design, the state of malware on the Mac, third-party default apps on iOS, Apple and the coronavirus outbreak, and a record number of tips and tricks.
15
In this episode we hear from Gary and Justin. Two seasoned penetration testors who tell us a story about the time when they tried to break into a courthouse but it went all wrong. Sponsors This episode was sponsored by Detectify. Try their web vulnerability scanner free. Go to https://detectify.com/?utm_source=podcast&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=DARKNET This episode was sponsored by IT Pro TV. Get 65 hours of free training by visiting ITPro.tv/darknet. And use promo code DARKNET25. Support for this episode comes from Blinkist. They offer thousands of condensed non-fiction books, so you can get through books in about 15 minutes. Check out Blinkist.com/DARKNET to start your 7 day free trial and get 25% off when you sign up. Sources https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2019/11/how-a-turf-war-and-a-botched-contract-landed-2-pentesters-in-iowa-jail/ https://krebsonsecurity.com/2020/01/iowa-prosecutors-drop-charges-against-men-hired-to-test-their-security/ https://www.coalfire.com/News-and-Events/Press-Releases/Coalfire-CEO-Tom-McAndrew-statement https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/news/crime-and-courts/2019/10/10/iowa-supreme-court-justice-cady-policies-courthouse-break-ins-senate-polk-dallas-burglary-ia-cyber/3930656002/ https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/news/crime-and-courts/2019/09/19/iowa-state-senator-calls-oversight-committee-investigate-courthouse-break-ins-crime-polk-dallas/2374576001/ https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/news/crime-and-courts/2019/10/28/iowa-courthouse-break-ins-men-security-firm-plead-not-guilty-trespassing/2488314001/ https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/news/crime-and-courts/2019/10/30/courthouse-break-in-ceo-cyber-security-coalfire-charges-dropped/4097354002/ https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/news/crime-and-courts/2020/01/30/courthouse-break-ins-charges-dropped-against-coalfire-employees/4611574002/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
16
Bespoke Post: Get 20% off your first subscription order w/ code ‘ACW20’ at https://bspk.me/conversation Ridge Wallet: https://www.ridge.com/CONVO Use Code “CONVO” for 10% off your order Download Drop: http://www.EarnWithPhil.com , use code “ACW” & link a debit or credit card when you sign up! ———————————— Go to http://BeautifulBastard.com and use code "ACW20" for 20% off! Ends soon. Click on http://ShopDeFranco.com and use code “ACW20” for 20% off! Ends soon. New episode every Wednesday! Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/aconvowith/?s... LISTEN to the audio podcasts: http://anchor.fm/AConversationWith WATCH more podcasts right now!: https://youtu.be/CzKjH2U0rWs Go check out Rhett & Link: https://www.youtube.com/user/rhettandlink ———————————— TWITTER: http://Twitter.com/PhillyD INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/phillydefranco/ ———————————— Edited by: Maxwell Enright Executive Producer: Amanda Morones - https://twitter.com/MandaOhDang https://www.instagram.com/mandaohdang/ Art Director & Motion Graphics Artist: Brian Borst - https://twitter.com/brianjborst https://www.instagram.com/brianborst/ Production & Photography: Zack Taylor - https://twitter.com/zacktaylor_92 https://instagram.com/zacktaylor92 #GMM #PhilipDeFranco #AConversationWith
17
As we transition to our new host Manoush Zomorodi, Guy Raz looks back on some of his favorite episodes from his seven years hosting the TED Radio Hour. This episode originally aired on June 27, 2014. When is copying flattery, when is it thievery, and when is it sheer genius? In this hour, TED speakers explore how sampling, borrowing, and riffing make all of us innovators.
18
Can you use Windows on a Chromebook? Is there a device that will weigh you and take your blood pressure? Tips for building a gaming PC, SONUS vs an AV receiver for streaming, phishing scams, where to get an old classic amp, how to connect two buildings with WiFI, and more of your calls! Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Scott Wilkinson, Johnny Jet, and Dick DeBartolo Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/the-tech-guy. For detailed show notes, visit techguylabs.com. Sponsor: Wasabi.com offer code TWiT
19
Marcus Hutter is a senior research scientist at DeepMind and professor at Australian National University. Throughout his career of research, including with Jürgen Schmidhuber and Shane Legg, he has proposed a lot of interesting ideas in and around the field of artificial general intelligence, including the development of the AIXI model which is a mathematical approach to AGI that incorporates ideas of Kolmogorov complexity, Solomonoff induction, and reinforcement learning. EPISODE LINKS: Hutter Prize: http://prize.hutter1.net Marcus web: http://www.hutter1.net Books mentioned: – Universal AI: https://amzn.to/2waIAuw – AI: A Modern Approach: https://amzn.to/3camxnY – Reinforcement Learning: https://amzn.to/2PoANj9 – Theory of Knowledge: https://amzn.to/3a6Vp7x This conversation
20
The conclusion of our story — Emmanuel and Sruthi go down to Alabama as tensions in the party reach a boiling point. Additional reading: Eyes on the Prize - definitive documentary series on the civil rights movement.
21
Authors Peter Diamandis and Steven Kotler talk with Recode's Kara Swisher about their latest book together, The Future Is Faster Than You Think: How Converging Technologies Are Disrupting Business, Industries, and Our Lives. They explain why the future is getting harder to predict and how "exponential technologies" — including robotics, AI, biotechnology, AR/VR, and quantum computing — will change everything from education to old age. Diamandis and Kotler also talk about the importance of having a hopeful vision of the future, in spite of the negative facets of technology, such as addiction and loss of privacy. Plus: Why autonomous cars will "reboot the sex industry." Featuring: Peter Diamandis (@PeterDiamandis), XPRIZE founder and co-author, The Future Is Faster Than You Think Steven Kotler (@steven_kotler), Flow Research Collective executive director and co-author, The Future Is Faster Than You Think Host: Kara Swisher (@karaswisher), Recode co-founder and editor-at-large More to explore: On Reset, Arielle Duhaime-Ross explores why — and how — tech is changing everything. On Recode Media, Peter Kafka interviews business titans, journalists, comedians and podcasters about the collision of tech and media. On Pivot, Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway talk about the big tech news stories of the week, who's winning, who's failing, and what comes next. And on Land of the Giants, Jason Del Rey chronicled the rise of Amazon. Season 2 will focus on Netflix and is coming soon! About Recode by Vox: Recode by Vox helps you understand how tech is changing the world — and changing us. Follow Us: Newsletter: Recode Daily Twitter: @Recode and @voxdotcom Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
22
In this week's episode, we recap our recent interview with Bill Gates where he launched his annual Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Annual Letter. During the interview, he decided to let us know he now owns a Porsche Taycan! Next, we cover Samsung's big week releasing four phones, including the launch of their new folding phone, the Galaxy Z Flip. Along with Motorola's Razr, it has continued the tradition of being a little less than ideal for both reviewers and consumers. Lastly, we wrap it all up with our regularly-occurring Q&A from Twitter. Links: https://twitter.com/wvfrm https://twitter.com/mkbhd https://twitter.com/andymanganelli https://www.instagram.com/wvfrmpodcast/ shop.mkbhd.com Bill Gates Interview: https://bit.ly/3bXBbPl JerryRigEverything Z Flip: https://bit.ly/2V749GE Input Razr: https://bit.ly/2ukJnbE Legalzoom Promo Code: BROWNLEE Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
23
Life is full of moments that shape us — and if we're lucky, we might pick up some wisdom along the way. In host Guy Raz's final episode, TED speakers share some of the life lessons they've learned. Guests include writer Pico Iyer, financial literacy advocate Curtis "Wall Street" Carroll, and neuroscientist Indre Viskontas.
24
We think of love as a mysterious, unknowable force. Something that happens to us. But what if we could control it? This hour, TED speakers on whether we can decide to fall in — and out of — love. Guests include writer Mandy Len Catron, biological anthropologist Helen Fisher, musician Dessa, One Love CEO Katie Hood, and psychologist Guy Winch.
25
Is it better to have loved and influenced than never to have loved at all? Emma Gray, co-host of HuffPost’s Here to Make Friends podcast, explains how social media has reshaped the Bachelor.
26
The Alabama Democrats fight an unlikely foe in a struggle for Alabama’s future: themselves. Emmanuel Dzotsi reports. Additional reading:  Video of Sheila Gilbert being rejected from the SDEC Tabitha Isner's concession speech Dixiecrats walk out of the 1948 Democratic Convention
27
Andrew Ng is one of the most impactful educators, researchers, innovators, and leaders in artificial intelligence and technology space in general. He co-founded Coursera and Google Brain, launched deeplearning.ai, Landing.ai, and the AI fund, and was the Chief Scientist at Baidu. As a Stanford professor, and with Coursera and deeplearning.ai, he has helped educate and inspire millions of students including me. EPISODE LINKS: Andrew Twitter: https://twitter.com/AndrewYNg Andrew Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/andrew.ng.96 Andrew LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrewyng/ deeplearning.ai: https://www.deeplearning.ai landing.ai: https://landing.ai AI Fund: https://aifund.ai/ AI for Everyone: https://www.coursera.org/learn/ai-for-everyone The Batch newsletter: https://www.deeplearning.ai/thebatch/ This conversation is part of the Artificial Intelligence podcast. If you would like to
28
The second part of our story — the war rages on. A third faction emerges. Emmanuel Dzotsi reports. Additional reading:  Doug Jones’ memoir about his work prosecuting the 16th Street Baptist Church Bombings: Bending Toward Justice: The Birmingham Church Bombing that Changed the Course of Civil Rights
29
One of the burning questions facing the world of self-driving cars is whether it makes sense to go all-electric or not. Some, like GM-owned Cruise, is all in on battery-electric vehicles. Others are going half-and-half, like Waymo building a fleet that includes both all-electric Jaguar I-Pace SUVs and gas-burning Chrysler Pacifica minivans. Argo, the Pittsburgh-based self-driving company backed by Ford and Volkswagen, has concerns about an all-electric fleet, especially when it comes to the need to recoup the cost of all the expensive technology that makes the car autonomous. The company’s CEO, Brian Salesky, sat down with The Verge editor-in-chief Nilay Patel and senior reporter Andrew Hawkins to explain why. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
30
Scott Aaronson is a professor at UT Austin, director of its Quantum Information Center, and previously a professor at MIT. His research interests center around the capabilities and limits of quantum computers and computational complexity theory more generally. This conversation is part of the Artificial Intelligence podcast. If you would like to get more information about this podcast go to https://lexfridman.com/ai or connect with @lexfridman on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Medium, or YouTube where you can watch the video versions of these conversations. If you enjoy the podcast, please rate it 5 stars on Apple Podcasts, follow on Spotify, or support it
31
Why do we revere risk-takers, even when their actions terrify us? Why are some better at taking risks than others? This hour, TED speakers explore the alluring, dangerous, and calculated sides of risk. Guests include professional rock climber Alex Honnold, economist Mariana Mazzucato, psychology researcher Kashfia Rahman, structural engineer and bridge designer Ian Firth, and risk intelligence expert Dylan Evans.
32
In today's episode, I join Gali on Hyperchange to discuss our thoughts on Tesla over the last few weeks and where things are heading from here. Video is available on YouTube at: https://youtu.be/EyPyN_GJsXg Links: Email: tesladailypodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @teslapodcast Patreon: patreon.com/tesladailypodcast Ludicrous producer Vincent Smith Executive producer Rish Singh Executive producer Nick Wood Executive producer Fela Winkelmolen Executive producer Troy Cherasaro Executive producer Bradford Ferguson Executive producer Andre Kent Music by Evan Schaeffer Disclosure: Rob Maurer is long TSLA stock & derivatives
33
Pre-show: Catalina. 🙄 × ∞ Machine-gun trackpad Marco on OS upgrades Casey's Radar Follow-up: Grasshopper Logo Butterfly keyboards and ergonomics Finder toolbar bug... defeated? Mac malware getting worse? What does Apple need to make most? iOS 13.4 Mail toolbar fixes Cabel's take #askatp What one trivial bug would you fix if you could? (via Louie Mantia) Casey's answer How should one partition an onboard SSD? (via James Irwin) Would you narrate your favorite author's audiobook? (via Brian Hamilton) Post-show: John's [continued] adventures in programming Wallpaper creation tool Post-post show: Cold medicines Sponsored by: Handy: The most reliable name in house cleaning. Get your first 3-hour cleaning for only $29 when you sign up for a cleaning plan. Indeed: Post a job today. Get a free sponsored job upgrade on your first posting. Squarespace: Make your next move. Use code ATP for 10% off your first order.
34
Essential health care is a right, not a privilege ... or is it? This hour, TED speakers explore how we can give everyone access to a healthier way of life, despite who you are or where you live. Guests include physician Raj Panjabi, former NYC health commissioner Mary Bassett, researcher Michael Hendryx, and neuroscientist Rachel Wurzman.
35
OxyMonster sold drugs on the darknet at Dream Market. Something happened though, and it all came crashing down. Sponsors This episode was sponsored by Detectify. Try their web vulnerability scanner free. Go to https://detectify.com/?utm_source=podcast&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=DARKNET This episode was sponsored by Molekule, a new air purifier that completely destroys air pollutants to help you breath easier. https://molekule.com to use check out code “DARKNET10” to get a discount. See complete list of sources at https://darknetdiaries.com/episode/58. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
36
A listener finds a UFO floating in the sky over a leather store, and Alex sets out to find the man who put it there. John R.E.'s Google reviews The UFO above Sav-Mor Leather Behind the Scenes of On the Inside
37
Stories discussed this week: Folding glass: how, why, and the truth of Samsung’s Z Flip A Motorola Razr’s screen is reportedly peeling right on the fold Galaxy Z Flip teardown reveals that its hinge brushes may not block much dust Galaxy Z Flip durability test calls Samsung’s Ultra Thin ‘Glass’ into question Leaked images show TCL prototype phone with expandable, slide-out display Dish Network floats merger with DirecTV over pace of cord-cutting CBS is planning an improved streaming service after squandering its head start with All Access HBO and HBO Max are headed to YouTube TV HBO Max’s first ad wants to remind you how many of your favorite shows and movies it owns Disney+ has surpassed 28 million subscribers since launch … Tiger’s retro LCD handheld games are making a comeback The most interesting new Android 11 features so far Android 11 will fix dozens of small annoyances, but what about the apps? Google releases Android 11 developer preview earlier than expected Verizon says it’s fully committed to Google’s phones this year after rumor of a split Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
38
The New York Times' Taylor Lorenz explains Mike Bloomberg's Dank Meme Cash. Featuring @TaylorLorenz Links to resources discussed: Michael Bloomberg’s Campaign Suddenly Drops Memes Everywhere Host: Allegra Frank, associate culture editor at Vox.com @LegsFrank About Recode by Vox: Recode by Vox helps you understand how tech is changing the world — and changing us. Follow Us: Newsletter: Recode Daily  Twitter: @Recode
39
On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker and John Kiriakou are joined by Walter Smolarek, a Sputnik News analyst and producer at the courthouse where the hearing is taking place.Today is Day 2 of the Julian Assange extradition hearing in London. Julian’s attorneys today began laying out their defense of the Wikileaks co-founder, arguing that his prosecution is political in nature and that he should not be extradited to the United States. Another Democratic debate is scheduled for tonight, this time in South Carolina. Media commentators are unanimous in their belief that just about everybody will attack frontrunner Bernie Sanders tonight, with challenger Mike Bloomberg announcing earlier in the day that he will focus all of his upcoming media spend on hitting Sanders. Meanwhile, the latest polls show Joe Biden slightly ahead of Sanders. Bloomberg is not on the ballot. Ted Rall, an award-winning editorial cartoonist and columnist whose work is at www.rall.com, joins the show. Our friend Lee Camp has a new book out, and a LOT of people are talking about it. Bullet Points and Punch Lines is a hilarious collection of writing on the most current and devastating issues of our time, like the Pentagon failing its first and so-far only audit, the nuclear doomsday clock ticking ever closer to midnight, and Wall Street analyzed as a Ponzi scheme. Brian and John speak with Lee Camp, a comedian, activist, journalist, host of the television show “Redacted Tonight” on RT America, and whose latest book is called “Bullet Points & Punch Lines: The Most Important Commentary Ever Written on the Epic American Tragicomedy,” available at leecamp.com. Today is Loud & Clear’s weekly series about the biggest economic news of the week with special guest -- Prof. Richard Wolff. Professor Wolff, a professor of Economics Emeritus, University of Massachusetts, Amherst and founder of the organization Democracy at Work whose latest book is “Understanding Socialism,” joins the show.Tuesday’s regular segment is called Women & Society with Dr. Hannah Dickinson. This weekly segment is about the major issues, challenges, and struggles facing women in all aspects of society. Hannah Dickinson, an associate professor at Hobart and William Smith Colleges and an organizer with the Geneva Women’s Assembly; Nathalie Hrizi, an educator, a political activist, and the editor of Breaking the Chains, a women’s magazine, which you can find at patreon.com/BreakChainsMag; and Loud & Clear producer Nicole Roussell join the show.
40
With no idea how to get there, the race to the moon begins – "we intend to win". To understand how the story ends, we need to start at the very beginning. With Kevin Fong. Starring: Michael Collins Steve Bales Margaret Hamilton Jim Lovell Charlie Duke Theme music by Hans Zimmer for Bleeding Fingers Music #13MinutestotheMoon www.bbcworldservice.com/13minutes This episode was updated on 14 May 2019.
41
This week, a Super Tech Support: after Lizzie's Snapchat gets hacked, things start getting really creepy. Alex investigates.Michael Bazzell's PodcastThe complete Security and Privacy PodcastSteps Michael Bazzell Gave Alex to Protect HimselfHow to port your phone numberPassword ManagerGoogle AuthenticatorYubikeyWorkbook to freeze your credit and remove yourself from public records websitesSudoStories about Sim Swapping and OGUsers by Vice/MotherboardBy Lorenzo Francheschi-BicchieraiThe SIM HijackersHow to Protect Yourself From SIM Swapping Hacks‘TELL YOUR DAD TO GIVE US BITCOIN:’ How a Hacker Allegedly Stole Millions by Hijacking Phone NumbersHow Criminals Recruit Telecom Employees to Help Them Hijack SIM CardsAlleged 19-Year-Old SIM Swapper Used Stolen Bitcoin to Buy Luxury CarsCops Arrest Infamous SIM Swapper Who Allegedly Stole $14 Million in CryptocurrencyBy Joseph Cox'I Could Ruin Your Business Right Now': Listen to a SIM-Jacking, Account-Stealing RansomThe Organization that Lizzie Donated ToByte Back
42
Thanks to Keeps for sponsoring this episode! Go to https://www.keeps.com/acw to get your first month of hair loss treatment for free! Get $5 off your first order when you download the DoorDash app in the App Store and enter code: DEFRANCO ———————————— Go to http://BeautifulBastard.com and use code "ACW20" for 20% off! Ends soon. Click on http://ShopDeFranco.com and use code “ACW20” for 20% off! Ends soon. New episode every Wednesday! Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/aconvowith/?s... LISTEN to the audio podcasts: http://anchor.fm/AConversationWith WATCH more podcasts right now!: https://youtu.be/CzKjH2U0rWs Go check out Sean Evans: https://www.youtube.com/user/FirstWeFeast ———————————— TWITTER: http://Twitter.com/PhillyD INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/phillydefranco/ ———————————— Edited by: Maxwell Enright Executive Producer: Amanda Morones - https://twitter.com/MandaOhDang https://www.instagram.com/mandaohdang/ Associate Producer: Natalie Rodriguez Art Director & Motion Graphics Artist: Brian Borst - https://twitter.com/brianjborst https://www.instagram.com/brianborst/ Production & Photography: Zack Taylor - https://twitter.com/zacktaylor_92 http://instagram.com/zacktaylor92 #SeanEvans #PhilipDeFranco #AConversationWith
43
Anger is universal and complex: it can be quiet, festering, justified, vengeful, and destructive. This hour, TED speakers explore the many sides of anger, why we need it, and who's allowed to feel it. Guests include psychologists Ryan Martin and Russell Kolts, writer Soraya Chemaly, former talk radio host Lisa Fritsch, and business professor Dan Moshavi.
44
Caleb Scharf, the director of Astrobiology at Columbia University, talks with Recode's Kara Swisher about the under=discussed dangers humans would face in space and the rise of private space exploration, as championed by billionaires such as Elon Musk and Richard Branson. Scharf wrote a piece for Scientific American earlier this year, "Death on Mars." about the hazards of the Martian environment for humans, and explains what we know — and don't know — about how human explorers might be able to survive. Plus: Is space tourism actually a good idea? Featuring: Caleb Scharf (@caleb_scharf), director of astrobiology, Columbia University Host: Kara Swisher (@karaswisher), Recode co-founder and editor-at-large More to explore: On Reset, Arielle Duhaime-Ross explores why — and how — tech is changing everything. On Recode Media, Peter Kafka interviews business titans, journalists, comedians and podcasters about the collision of tech and media. On Pivot, Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway talk about the big tech news stories of the week, who's winning, who's failing, and what comes next. And on Land of the Giants, Jason Del Rey chronicled the rise of Amazon. Season 2 will focus on Netflix and is coming soon! About Recode by Vox: Recode by Vox helps you understand how tech is changing the world — and changing us. Follow Us: Newsletter: Recode Daily Twitter: @Recode and @voxdotcom Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
45
Tesla begins scheduling Tesla Model Y deliveries for March 15th! What does this mean for production and what have we learned for Tesla's deliveries in 2020? How will this news effect TSLA stock in the short and medium terms? Will Model Y ramp faster than the Tesla Model 3? What about Gigafactory Shanghai? Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/teslapodcast Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tesladailypodcast Ludicrous producer Vincent Smith Executive producer Rish Singh Executive producer Nick Wood Executive producer Fela Winkelmolen Executive producer Troy Cherasaro Executive producer Bradford Ferguson Executive producer Andre Kent Music by Evan Schaeffer Disclosure: Rob Maurer is long TSLA stock & derivatives
46
Join Marty as he sits down with Paul Sztorc, the man behind Drivechains and Bitcoin Hivemind, to discuss: - Proof of Work v. Proof of Stake - Bitcoin's fee market - How it may develop in the future - Is Bitcoin our only shot? - Drivechains - Why people don't like Drivechains - Why their concerns are valid + invalid - Bitcoin Hivemind - much more Follow Paul on Twitter Check out his blog Check out Drivechains  Check out Bitcoin Hivemind Shoutout to this week's sponsors. Cash App. Start #stackingsats today. Use the promo code: "stackingsats" to receive $10 and contribute $10 to OWLS Lacrosse you download the app.
47
We celebrate Halloween by opening up the phone lines for your scary stories: Ghosts, Googling how to Seance, and the Mysterious Sax Man of Berkeley.
48
Streaming from overseas using a VPN, getting a computer to use facial recognition, blue-screen of death on Macs, removing duplicate photos, using LastPass as a blind user, is ChromeOS secure, and more of your questions! Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Sam Abuelsamid and Chris Marquardt Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/the-tech-guy. For detailed show notes, visit techguylabs.com. Sponsors: LastPass.com/twit expressvpn.com/techguy
49
An enhanced podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Episode 736. Your phone IS your password. Apple leads “hearables” category. Apple’s next iPhone could see delays. The curious case of iPhone 5G. Updates to the iPad Pro. AirTags could be coming. Siri updated with US election info. Apple may open up iOS default apps. Look Around makes it to three more cities. Feedback from Mac mini as Pro interview. Mac threats are increasing, stay diligent. Turn Mac startup chime back on. Special thanks to our sponsors: ———————————————————————————————————— Smile - Check out TextExpander CacheFly Clear
50
Wine drone prank; Netflix postmortem emails; welcome to the streaming wars; collapsing Daqri & the state of AR; Westworld, Better Call Saul return; Dracula; Narcos Mexico; Stephen Fry's 7 Deadly Sins; sanctioned deep fakes; Staples podcasts; BSG & Ron Moore; subscription cars; Slickwraps; feedback.
51
Scientists have created a way to 3D print small objects by using beams of light directed at special resin. It's all based off tomography and photopolymers. Here's how it works. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
52
Original broadcast date: January 3, 2014. We all have our struggles, whether they be mental, physical, or social. But what is it that makes some of us keep trying and striving to overcome despite the odds? In this hour, TED speakers tell their stories about overcoming a weakness and turning it into a strength. Guests include professor Temple Grandin, poet Shane Koyczan, psychologist Eleanor Longden, and educator Kakenya Ntaiya.
53
Tractor-hailing could help farmers not only get more crop yields but better bank loans too, and airponics could make your airplane food better than what you eat at home. Plus Microsoft's attempt to secure our Smart Home future. Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, and Patrick Be.ja For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
54
The Altair 8800 is why we have computers in most homes today. It was initially designed for hobbyists. But a few visionaries saw massive potential in this strange little machine—and worked hard to make others see it too. What they created led to so much more than anyone could have ever imagined. Forrest Mims tells us how his co-founder, Ed Roberts, planned to save their struggling electronics company. His idea? A microcomputer made for hobbyists. That computer led to a fateful phone call from Bill Gates and Paul Allen. Dan Sokol and Lee Felsenstein recall the unveiling of the Altair 8800 at the Homebrew Computer Club, and how it sparked Steve Wozniak’s eureka moment for the Apple I. We then hear from John Markoff about an infamous software heist that set the stage for the debate about whether code should be proprietary. And finally, Limor Fried reflects on how this story continues to influence today’s open source hardware movement.
55
92-year-old Robert Middelmann uncovered a secret about himself when he was very young. Keeping it was a matter of life and death. But, after many years, Robert decided to share that secret, along with the rest of his extraordinary life story, online. It all started in Nazi Germany…
56
Ben and James discuss Ben’s new Daily Update Podcast, and why Exponent is not on Spotify. Then, should regulators roll back acquisitions or prioritize the avoidance of unintended consequences? Links Ben Thompson: The Daily Update Podcast — Stratechery Ben Thompson: The Rationale Behind the Daily Update Podcast, Podcasts and Email, Spotify and the Three Bens — Stratechery Daily Update Ben Thompson: Spotify’s Podcast Aggregation Play — Stratechery Ben Thompson: Spotify Earnings, Podcasts and Lifetime Value, The Ringer Acquisition — Stratechery Daily Update Ben Thompson: First, Do No Harm — Stratechery Ben Thompson re: Facebook Acquiring Instagram in 2011: Twitter Eric … Continue reading Episode 181 — Competing with Spotify and Regulating Acquisitions
57
This week, an epic Yes Yes No spanning an entire galaxy of internet fights. Plus, Alex Goldman reveals a dark personal secret. And an update on Sal’s quest to get into college in Canada.See the tweet here.
58
Alex agreed to let PJ hack his phone, giving him 24/7 uninterrupted surveillance over his life. This week, everything you can learn about someone who completely surrenders their privacy. Further InfoJoseph Cox's FlexiSpy reporting The National Domestic Violence Hotline Subscribe to our newsletter
59
Self-help advice is filled with quick fixes on "living your best life." But there are no shortcuts. This hour, TED speakers search for meaningful ways to reduce stress, gain confidence, and connect. Guests include conflict mediator Priya Parker, activist Brittany Packnett, cognitive scientist Sabine Doebel, health psychologist Kelly McGonigal, and author Nilofer Merchant.
60
Original broadcast date: June 27, 2014. When is copying flattery, when is it thievery, and when is it sheer genius? In this hour, TED speakers explore how sampling, borrowing, and riffing make all of us innovators. Guests include DJ Mark Ronson, filmmaker Kirby Ferguson, media and entertainment expert Johanna Blakley, and writer Steven Johnson.
62
New York City cops are in a fight against their own police department. They say it’s under the control of a broken computer system that punishes cops who refuse to engage in racist, corrupt policing. The story of their fight, and the story of the grouchy idealist who originally built the machine they’re fighting.This is the second part of a two-part series. For part one, listen to Episode #127 The Crime Machine, Part I.
63
with @andrewchen @jeff_jordan @smc90 What happens as marketplaces and other platforms evolve over time, and different kinds of users also join over time? After user acquisition, it's all about user retention and engagement. So what are the key metrics?
64
Seven years ago or so, when Apple first started working on the HomePod, they just wanted to make a great sounding speaker that you could drop anywhere in a room and that would sound great no matter where you dropped it or where you were standing to listen to it. They were investing heavily into building up their audio engineering team and delving deeply into the concepts around computational audio. Hardware and software tightly integrated together. Apple’s forte. So what could possibly go wrong? Well, in the time it took Apple to bring the HomePod to market, the market had changed. Amazon had shipped the Echo with Alexa, Google had begun replicating them, and, it turns out, Apple had brought a premium speaker to a commodity assistant market. There have been a couple of software updates since, but nothing that set fire to the HomePod like the early, heady days of the iPhone, iPad, Watch, probably even Apple TV. So, what can Apple do now? How can the HomePod be fixed? SPONSOR: CuriosityStream Watch thousands of documentaries for free for 31 days AND get a free Nebula account by signing up at curiositystream.com/vector and using the promo code ‘vector’! MORE: Merch: https://standard.tv/vector Gear: https://kit.com/reneritchie Podcast: http://applepodcasts.com/vector Twitter: https://twitter.com/reneritchie Instagram: https://instagram.com/reneritchie Mobile Nations Affiliate Link Policy SUBSCRIBE: Apple Podcasts Overcast Pocket Casts Castro RSS YouTube
65
This week, Yes Yes No returns with a raid on Area 51, and the very worst name you can call a New York Times writer.Check out the tweet.Listen to the 1st episode of Mogul Season 2 here.
66
One night, alone in his new apartment, Halen hears something unexpected — a set of footsteps in the dark, and an unfamiliar voice telling him “Moshi, moshi.” Super Tech Support returns, Alex investigates.
67
On this week's iOS Today with Leo Laporte and Mikah Sargent: Using iOS with your family: Family Sharing, Screen Time for Family, purchase sharing, iCloud storage sharing, and Life360. News: The EU wants all phones to use interoperable chargers, iPhone 12 may feature a new short-range WiFi standard, AirTags may charge using an Apple-Watch-style charging puck, a research study aims to detect what causes smart speakers to trigger randomly, Apple and Johnson & Johnson team up for a stroke health study called Heartline, and Jif and Giphy are trying to tell everyone how to pronounce GIF. Viewer Feedback: Audio streaming issues using AirPods and the Apple Watch and location data tracking and sharing on iOS. Mikah's App Cap: Picsew Leo's App Cap: The Criterion Collection Hosts: Leo Laporte and Mikah Sargent Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/ios-today. You can contribute to iOS Today by leaving us a voicemail at 757-504-iPad (757-504-4723) or sending an email to iOSToday@TWiT.tv. Sponsors: casper.com/iostoday - promo code: IOSTODAY LastPass.com/twit
68
Huawei just announced the Mate Xs (successor to the Huawei Mate X).
69
The computer that got us to the moon. The size of a briefcase, there had never been anything like it. Apollo 11 was “the first time software ran on the moon”. This is the story of the world’s first digital portable general purpose computer. The work of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT, helped give rise to the digital age. With Kevin Fong. Starring: Ramon Alonso Elaine Denniston Charlie Duke Don Eyles Eldon Hall Margaret Hamilton Dan Lickly Theme music by Hans Zimmer for Bleeding Fingers Music #13MinutestotheMoon www.bbcworldservice.com/13minutes
70
Despite the momentum he’s been building since 2015, the Democratic Party appears to be caught off guard by Bernie’s wins in New Hampshire and Nevada. Dan and Axios politics and White House editor Margaret Talev dig into the Democratic Party dynamics following Bernie’s caucus wins. PLUS: A big play for your financial data and what tech means for the future of democracy.
71
On this week's iOS Today with Leo Laporte and Mikah Sargent: Using iOS with your family: Family Sharing, Screen Time for Family, purchase sharing, iCloud storage sharing, and Life360. News: The EU wants all phones to use interoperable chargers, iPhone 12 may feature a new short-range WiFi standard, AirTags may charge using an Apple-Watch-style charging puck, a research study aims to detect what causes smart speakers to trigger randomly, Apple and Johnson & Johnson team up for a stroke health study called Heartline, and Jif and Giphy are trying to tell everyone how to pronounce GIF. Viewer Feedback: Audio streaming issues using AirPods and the Apple Watch and location data tracking and sharing on iOS. Mikah's App Cap: Picsew Leo's App Cap: The Criterion Collection Hosts: Leo Laporte and Mikah Sargent Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/ios-today. You can contribute to iOS Today by leaving us a voicemail at 757-504-iPad (757-504-4723) or sending an email to iOSToday@TWiT.tv. Sponsors: casper.com/iostoday - promo code: IOSTODAY LastPass.com/twit
72
This week, we discover an invisible maze, designed to trick millions of people out of their money.Justin Elliot’s TwitterPro Publica’s questionnaire for people who’ve worked at IntuitIntuit CEO’s video responseFind a Free File tax product on the IRS sitePro Publica’s reporting on Turbo TaxHere’s How TurboTax Just Tricked You Into Paying to File Your TaxesTurboTax Deliberately Hid Its Free File Page From Search EnginesTurboTax and H&R Block Saw Free Tax Filing as a Threat — and Gutted ItElizabeth Warren and Other Senators Call for Refunds and Investigations of TurboTax and H&R Block
73
This week: new iPads Pros, new AirPods, and AirTags are incoming, but Apple warns coronavirus could mean big manufacturing delays. Plus: from cut and paste, to Newton, and more—we remember the inventions of tech folk hero Larry Tesler. And stick around for an all new Under Review, where Leander pitches some of the more bizarre shows on TV. This episode supported by Our thanks to Linked In for supporting this episode. A business is only as strong as its people, and every hire matters… head to LinkedIn.com/cultcast and get a $50 credit toward your first job post. The NETGEAR Orbi WiFi 6 router gives you ultra-fast speeds and wider coverage throughout your home – it’s the biggest revolution in WiFi ever. Check it out today at your local Best Buy and at Netgear.com/bestwifi6. Cult of Mac's watch store is full of beautiful straps that cost way less than Apple's. See the full curated collection at Store.Cultofmac.com CultCloth will keep your iPhone 11, Apple Watch, Mac Pro and iPad sparkling clean, and for a limited time use code CULTCAST at checkout to score a free CleanCloth with any order at CultCloth.co. On the show this week @erfon / @lkahney / @lewiswallace This week's stories iPad Pro refresh expected this March, but supplies could be limited Apple is expected to deliver a big iPad Pro refresh this March, and that’s still on track despite the ongoing coronavirus epidemic, according to a new report. Supplies could be limited at launch, however, with production likely to be slow to ramp up until after April. Apple warns of iPhone 'supply shortages' due to coronavirus outbreak The consequences of the coronavirus outbreak will be worse than expected for Apple. The tech firm has warned that global iPhone supply will be "temporarily constrained" while it resumes production. Wait for ‘AirPods Pro Lite’ will drag on as production is reportedly delayed We could be waiting longer for the mysterious “AirPods Pro Lite” headphones Apple is rumored to be developing. A new report claims production will not begin during the second half of 2020 as originally planned. MacBooks may be in short supply after March Now might be the best time to buy that MacBook you’ve been considering. Factory shutdowns in China because of the coronavirus outbreak will reportedly lead to shortages of components needed to make laptops. AirTags on the radar for roll out in the second half of 2020 Apple’s fall product launch will include a tiny gadget with a big responsibility: knowing the whereabouts of your devices when you lose them. What We're Into Picks Lost in space Mind Hunter American Factory The 1,000 pound sisters My feet are killing me Dr. Pimple Popper
74
A legit question from a rural American.Asher Elbein's piece on feral hogs
75
Corey Johnson, the Speaker of the New York City Council and an candidate in the 2021 mayoral race, talks with Recode's Kara Swisher about his planned expansion of bike, bus, and pedestrian lanes across the city, which will come at the expense of street parking; how NYC has evolved over time, sometimes in spite of popular opinion; and the regulatory mistakes the city has made in dealing with Uber and Lyft. He also talks about how he came out of the closet with the help of a pioneering LGBT website, the potential impact of autonomous cars, and how New York can attract tech investment without giving away Amazon HQ2-style subsidies. Plus: What is it really like to be a politician in the social media era? Featuring: Corey Johnson (@coreyinnyc), speaker, New York City Council Host: Kara Swisher (@karaswisher), Recode co-founder and editor-at-large More to explore: On Reset, Arielle Duhaime-Ross explores why — and how — tech is changing everything. On Recode Media, Peter Kafka interviews business titans, journalists, comedians and podcasters about the collision of tech and media. On Pivot, Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway talk about the big tech news stories of the week, who's winning, who's failing, and what comes next. And on Land of the Giants, Jason Del Rey chronicled the rise of Amazon. Season 2 will focus on Netflix and is coming soon! About Recode by Vox: Recode by Vox helps you understand how tech is changing the world — and changing us. Follow Us: Newsletter: Recode Daily Twitter: @Recode and @voxdotcom Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
76
On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker and John Kiriakou are joined by Henry Williams, executive director of the Gravel Institute and the former co-director of the Mike Gravel for President Committee.Bernie Sanders won the Nevada caucuses convincingly on Saturday, setting himself apart as the candidate to beat for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination. Sanders finished with 46.8 percent, followed by Joe Biden at 20.4, Pete Buttigieg at 13.9, and Elizabeth Warren at 9.8. They all now move to South Carolina for that state’s primary on Saturday, which will follow a debate mid-week. The blame game continued over the weekend, as CNN, MSNBC, the Washington Post, the New York Times, and other outlets accused Russia of somehow “interfering” in the 2020 election. The accusations came out of a statement that a senior intelligence official apparently made last week in a closed meeting of the House Intelligence Committee, when he said that Intelligence Community analysis indicated that Russia “preferred” Donald Trump. Gareth Porter, a historian, investigative journalist, analyst specializing in U.S. national security policy, and the author of “Manufactured Crisis: The Untold Story of the Iran Nuclear Scare,” joins the show. The extradition hearing of Julian Assange begins today in London and is expected to last into July, with a break of about a month. The United States has asked that Assange be sent to Alexandria, VA to face 18 counts of espionage and computer hacking for the revelations that Wikileaks have made over the years. Brian and John speak with Walter Smolarek, a Sputnik News analyst and producer who is in London for the hearing this week. South Korea raised its official virus alert to the highest level as health officials there announced 833 new cases of coronavirus. Health authorities in Iran reported 12 new deaths related to the virus, and Italy reported four, prompting Italian authorities to implement nationwide quarantines and to cancel public events. John Ross, Senior Fellow at Chongyang Institute, Renmin University of China, and an award-winning resident columnist with several Chinese media organizations, joins the show. Monday’s segment “Education for Liberation with Bill Ayers” is where Bill helps us look at the state of education across the country. What’s happening in our schools, colleges, and universities, and what impact does it have on the world around us? Bill Ayers, an activist, educator and the author of the book “Demand the Impossible: A Radical Manifesto,” joins Brian and John. In this segment, The Week Ahead, the hosts take a look at the most newsworthy stories of the coming week and what it means for the country and the world, including the Assange extradition hearing that will be ongoing this week, the Nevada caucus results and where the race is going this week as the South Carolina primary comes up, and more. Sputnik News analysts and producers of this show Nicole Roussell and Walter Smolarek join the show.Monday’s regular segment Technology Rules is a weekly guide on how monopoly corporations and the national surveillance state are threatening cherished freedoms, civil rights and civil liberties. Web developer and technologist Chris Garaffa and software engineer and technology and security analyst Patricia Gorky join the show.
77
Jeff Bezos, Amazon founder and CEO, is donating $10 billion to stop climate change. But is this the best way to spend his money if he wants to tackle climate change?
78
More than test scores or good grades — what do kids need to prepare them for the future? This hour, guest host Manoush Zomorodi and TED speakers explore how to help children grow into better humans, in and out of the classroom. Guests include educators Olympia Della Flora and Liz Kleinrock, psychologist Thomas Curran, and writer Jacqueline Woodson.
79
Clearing up controversies about pockets and malware, the coronavirus affects Apple's business, and news reports surface involving ARM Macs and default apps on iOS.
80
This week, PJ and Alex open up the phone lines and try to solve your problems, big and small. Don’t type like my brother.Further Reading: JusoorInstitute of International Education PEER Michael Bazzel's workbook to remove your personal information online
81
David Kaye, the special rapporteur for freedom of opinion and expression at the United Nations, talks with Recode's Kara Swisher about the hacking of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos' phone by the Saudi Arabian government; why it’s easier than ever for governments to suppress information spread by journalists and dissidents; and the inherent danger of internet companies and governments collecting massive amounts of data about us. He also talks about how the UN responded to the murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi in 2018 and why "repression of the mind” can lead to massive human rights abuses like the Holocaust. Click here to read a full transcript of this interview. Featuring: David Kaye (@davidakaye), UN Special Rapporteur on freedom of opinion & expression and author of Speech Police: The Global Struggle to Govern the Internet Host: Kara Swisher (@karaswisher), Recode co-founder and editor-at-large More to explore: On Reset, Arielle Duhaime-Ross explores why — and how — tech is changing everything. On Recode Media, Peter Kafka interviews business titans, journalists, comedians and podcasters about the collision of tech and media. On Pivot, Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway talk about the big tech news stories of the week, who's winning, who's failing, and what comes next. And on Land of the Giants, Jason Del Rey chronicled the rise of Amazon. Season 2 will focus on Netflix and is coming soon! About Recode by Vox: Recode by Vox helps you understand how tech is changing the world — and changing us. Follow Us: Newsletter: Recode Daily Twitter: @Recode and @voxdotcom Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
82
One of our favorite podcast-crew alumni joins us to discuss the best way to build a garage floor, whether a builder should hire a laborer or an apprentice, and how to make a worn out wood floor look beautiful again.
83
Just because Mobile World Congress has been cancelled it doesn't mean there aren't phones that need announcing. Plus new GPU info on Microsoft's upcoming Xbox Series X and new search box for Google? Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Roger Chang For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
84
Many of us either cope with mental illness or know someone who does. But we still have a hard time talking about it. This hour, TED speakers explore ways to push past — and even erase — the stigma. Guests include musician and comedian Jordan Raskopoulos, neuroscientist and psychiatrist Thomas Insel, psychiatrist Dixon Chibanda, anxiety and depression researcher Olivia Remes, and entrepreneur Sangu Delle.
85
We investigate the mystery of why parents across the world became convinced that a half-bird/half-woman monster was going to harm their kids over the internet.And we answer the question of how robocallers are able to fake your telephone number when they call you.
86
New York City cops are in a fight against their own police department. They say it’s under the control of a broken computer system that punishes cops who refuse to engage in racist, corrupt policing. The story of their fight, and the story of the grouchy idealist who originally built the machine they’re fighting.
87
We're back in Wellington, New Zealand this week at one of our favorite places in the world, Weta Workshop! Richard Taylor and sculptor Johnny Fraser-Allen graciously guest on the podcast to catch us up on what they've been working on, share fun stories of past projects, and as always inspire us with their enthusiasm and love for the creative process.
88
برنامه صوتی شماره ۸۰۲ گنج حضوراجرا: پرویز شهبازی۱۳۹۸ تاریخ اجرا: ۱۰ فوریه ۲۰۲۰ - ۲۲ بهمنPDF متن نوشته شده برنامه با فرمتPDF ،تمامی اشعار این برنامهنسخه درشت برای مطالعه در دستگاههای هوشمندPDF ،تمامی اشعار این برنامهنسخه کوچکتر مناسب جهت پرینتمولوی، دیوان شمس، غزل شمارهٔ ۲۲۰۷ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Qazal)# 2207, Divan e Shams در خلاصهٔ عشق آخر شیوهٔ اسلام کو؟ در کشوفِ(۱) مشکلاتش صاحبِ اِعلام(۲) کو؟ آهویِ عرشی(۳) که او خود عاشقِ نافهٔ خودست التفاتِ(۴) او به دانه، طوفِ(۵) او بر دام کو؟ گر چه هر روزی به هجران همچو سالی می‌بُوَد چونکه از هجران گذشتی، لَیل(۶) یا ایّام(۷) کو؟ جانور را زادَنَش از ماده و نر وز رَحِم در ولادتهایِ روحانی(۸) بگو اَرحام(۹)کو؟ ساقیا هشیار نتوان عشق را دریافتن بویِ جامت بی‌قرارم کرد، آخر جام کو؟ هست اِحرامت(۱۰) در این حج جامهٔ هَستیت را از سرِ سِرَّت بکندن، شرط این اِحرام کو؟ چونکه هستی را فکندی، روح اندر روح بین جوق جوق(۱۱)* و جمله فرد آنجایگه اَجرام(۱۲) کو؟ وین همه جانهایِ تشنه بَحر(۱۳) را چون یافتند مَحو گشتند اندر آنجا جز یکی عَلّام(۱۴) کو؟ دور و نزدیک و ضیاع(۱۵) و شهر و اقلیم و سواد(۱۶) زین سویِ بحرست از آن سو شهر یا اِقلام(۱۷) کو؟ آنچه این تَن می‌نویسد، بی‌قلم نَبْوَد یقین آنکه جان بر خود نویسد، حاجتِ اَقلام(۱۸) کو؟ هوش و عقلِ آدمی زادی ز سَردیِّ وِیَست چونکه آن می گرم کردَش عقل یا اَحلام(۱۹) کو؟ اندر آن بیهوشی، آری، هوش دیگر گون هست هوش بیداری کجا و رؤیت احلام(۲۰) کو؟ مرغ تا اندر قَفَص(۲۱) باشد به حکمِ دیگریست چون قَفَص بشکست و شد(۲۲)، بر وی از آن احکام کو؟ با حضورِ عقل آثام(۲۳) است بر نَفَس از گنه با حضورِ عقلِ عقل این نَفْس را آثام کو؟ در مِساسِ(۲۴) تَن به تَن، محتاجِ حمّامست مَرد در مساسِ روحها خود حاجتِ حمّام کو؟ گر شوی تو رام، خود رامَت شود جمله جهان گر تو رستم زاده‌ای، این رَخْشَت(۲۵) آخر رام کو؟ گر تو تَرکِ پخته گویی، خام مُسکِر(۲۶) باشَدَت پس تو را در جامِ سَر آثار و بویِ خام کو؟ چون بخوردی بی‌قدم بخرام(۲۷) در دریایِ غیب تو اگر مستی، بیا مستانه‌یی بخرام کو؟ فرضِ لازم شد عبادت، عشق را آخر بگو فرض و نَدْب(۲۸) و واجب و تعلیم و اِستِلزام(۲۹) کو؟ عشق بازیهایِ جان و آنگهی اکراه و زور؟ عشقِ بَربَسته(۳۰) کجا و ای ولی اکرام کو؟ رنج بر رخسارِ عاشق راحت اندر جانِ او رنج خود آوازه یی، آن جا به جز انعام کو؟ خدمتی از خوف خود اَنعام(۳۱) را باشد ولیک** خدمتی از عشق را امثالِ کالانعام کو؟ یک قدم راهست گر توفیق باشد دستگیر پس حدیثِ راه دور و رفتنِ اَعوام(۳۲) کو؟ لیک سایهٔ آن صَنَم(۳۳) باید که بر تو اوفتد آن صنم کش مثل اندر جمله اَصنام کو؟ آن خداوندِ به حق شمس الحق و دین کُفْوِ(۳۴) او در همه آبا(۳۵) و در اجداد و در اَعمام(۳۶) کو؟ در خورِ دُرِّ یتیمش(۳۷)  کی شود آن هفت بحر گر نظیرش هست در ارواح یا اجسام کو؟ در رکابِ اسپِ(۳۸) عشقش از قبیلِ روحیان جز قُباد و سَنجَر و کاووس یا بهرام کو؟ دیده را از خاکِ تبریز ارمغان آراد(۳۹) باد زآنکه جز آن خاک این خاکیش را آرام کو؟ * قرآن کریم، سوره نور (۲۴)، آیه ۳۵ Quran, Sooreh An-Noor(#24), Line #35 … نُورٌ عَلَىٰ نُورٍ ۗ… …نورى بر فراز نور … ** قرآن کریم، سوره اعراف(۷)، آیه ۱۷۹ Quran, Sooreh Al-A'raaf(#7), Line #179 « وَلَقَدْ ذَرَأْنَا لِجَهَنَّمَ كَثِيرًا مِنَ الْجِنِّ وَالْإِنْسِ ۖ لَهُمْ قُلُوبٌ  لَا يَفْقَهُونَ بِهَا وَلَهُمْ أَعْيُنٌ لَا يُبْصِرُونَ بِهَا وَلَهُمْ آذَانٌ لَا  يَسْمَعُونَ بِهَا ۚ أُولَٰئِكَ كَالْأَنْعَامِ بَلْ هُمْ أَضَلُّ ۚ أُولَٰئِكَ هُمُ الْغَافِلُونَ » « براى جهنم بسيارى از جن و انس را بيافريديم. ايشان  را دلهايى است كه بدان نمى‌فهمند و چشمهايى است كه  بدان نمى‌بينند و گوشهايى است كه بدان نمى‌شنوند. اينان  همانند چارپايانند حتى گمراه‌تر از آنهايند. اينان خود غافلانند.» مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر پنجم، بیت ۱۲۴۱ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 5, Line # 1241 تا نخوانی لا و اِلّاَ الله را در نيابی مَنهَجِ(۴۰) این راه را مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر ششم، بیت ۸۲۰ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 6, Line # 820 هی زِ چِه معلوم گردد این؟ ز بَعث بعث را جُو، کم کن اندر بعث بَحث شرطِ روزِ بعث، اوّل مُردن است زآنکه بعث از مُرده زنده کردن است جمله عالَم زین غلط کردند راه کَز عَدَم ترسند و آن آمد پناه مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر ششم، بیت ۷۲۱ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 6, Line # 721 می‌رمد اثبات پیش از نفیِ تو نفی کردم تا بَری ز اثبات بُو در نوا آرم به نفی این ساز را چون بمیری، مرگ گوید راز را مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر ششم، بیت ۷۳۷ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 6, Line # 737 این زمان جز نفیِ ضِدّ، اِعلام نیست اندرین نَشأت دمی بی‌دام نیست بی‌حجابت باید آن ای ذُولُباب(۴۱) مرگ را بگزین و بَردَر آن حجاب مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر دوم، بیت ۲۵۲۴ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 2, Line # 2524 لاجرم هر مرغِ بی‌هنگام را سر بریدن واجب است اِعلام را مولوی، دیوان شمس، غزل شمارهٔ ۲۷ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Qazal)# 27, Divan e Shams این از عنایت‌ها شمر کز کوی عشق آمد ضرر عشق مجازی را گذر بر عشقِ حقست انتها غازی(۴۲) به دستِ پورِ خود شمشیرِ چوبین می‌دهد تا او در آن اُستا شود شمشیر گیرد در غَزا عشقی که بر انسان بود شمشیرِ چوبین آن بود آن عشق با رحمان شود چون آخر آید ابتلا مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر اول، بیت ۳۴۳۲ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 1, Line # 3432 از لعب بیرون نرفتی کودکی بی ذکات روح کی باشی ذَکی؟ مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر اول، بیت ۳۴۳۵ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 1, Line # 3435 جنگ خلقان همچو جنگ کودکان جمله بی‌معنی و بی‌مغز و مُهان جمله با شمشیر چوبین جنگشان جمله در لایَنْفَعی آهنگشان مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر ششم، بیت ۵۳۰ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 6, Line # 530 گفت: مُفتیِّ(۴۳) ضرورت هم تویی بی‌ضرورت گر خوری، مجرم شوی ور ضرورت هست، هم پرهیز به ور خوری، باری ضَمانِ(۴۴) آن بده مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر ششم، بیت ۵۳۳ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 6, Line # 533 چون بخورد آن گندم، اندر فَخ(۴۵) بماند چند او یاسین و اَلاَنعام خواند بعدِ در ماندن چه افسوس و چه آه؟ پیش از آن بایست این دودِ سیاه آن زمان که حرص جنبید و هوس آن زمان می‌گو که ای فریادرس مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر ششم، بیت ۵۴۰ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 6, Line # 540 آن زمان که دیو می‌شد راهزن آن زمان بایست یاسین خواندن مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر چهارم، بیت ۸۶۸ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 4, Line # 868 لا اِله اِلّا هُو اینست ای پناه که نماید مَه تو را دیگِ سیاه مولوی، دیوان شمس، غزل شمارهٔ ۲۰۲۹ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Qazal)# 2029, Divan e Shams ای مرغ آسمانی، آمد گهِ پریدن وی آهوی معانی، آمد گهِ چریدن ای عاشق جریده، بر عاشقان گزیده بگذر ز آفریده، بنگر در آفریدن مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر سوم، بیت ۱۳۶۰ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 3, Line # 1360 عاشق صنع توم در شکر و صبر(۴۶) عاشق مصنوع کی باشم چو گبر(۴۷)؟ عاشق صنع(۴۸) خدا با فر بود عاشق مصنوع(۴۹) او کافر بود مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر اول، بیت ۱۹۳۷ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 1, Line # 1937 گفته او را من زبان و چشم تو من حواس و من رضا و خشم تو رَوْ که بی یَسْمَع وَ بی یُبْصِر توی سِر توی، چه جایِ صاحبْ‌سِر توی چون شدی مَنْ کانَ لِلَه از وَلَه(۵۰)* من تو را باشم که کان اللهُ لَه گه توی گویم تورا، گاهی منم هر چه گویم، آفتابِ روشنم حدیث « مَنْ كانَ لَله كانَ اللهُ لَه » « هر که برای خدا باشد، خدا نیز برای اوست » مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر دوم، بیت ۳۱۷۳ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 2, Line # 3173 چون یکی لحظه نخوردی بَر(۵۱) ز فَن ترکِ فَن گو، می‌طلب رَبُّ الْـمِنَن(۵۲) چون مبارک نیست بر تو این علوم خویشتن گُولی(۵۳) کُن و بگذر ز شوم چون ملایک گو که: لا عِلْمَ لَنا یا الهی، غَیْرَ ما عَلَّمْتَنا مانند فرشتگان بگو: خداوندا، ما را دانشی نیست  جز آنچه خود به ما آموختی. قرآن کریم، سوره بقره (۲) ، آیه ۳۲ Quran, Sooreh Al-Baqarah(#2), Line #32 « قَالُوا سُبْحَانَكَ لَا عِلْمَ لَنَا إِلَّا مَا عَلَّمْتَنَا ۖ إِنَّكَ أَنْتَ  الْعَلِيمُ الْحَكِيمُ » « گفتند: منّزهى تو. ما را جز آنچه خود به ما  آموخته‌اى دانشى نيست. تويى داناى حكيم.» مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر سوم، بیت ۱۲۹۷ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 3, Line # 1297 سخت‌گیری و تعصّب خامی است تا جنینی کار خون‌آشامی است چیز دیگر ماند، اما گفتنش با تو، روحُ الْقُدْس(۵۴) گوید بی مَنَش نی، تو گویی هم به گوشِ خویشتن نَی من و نی غیرِ من، ای هم تو من مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر چهارم، بیت ۳۶۵۴ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 4, Line # 3654 همچنان دنیا که حُلم(۵۵) نایِم(۵۶) است خفته پندارد که این خود دایم است مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر سوم، بیت ۱۷۳۳ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 3, Line # 1733 این جهان را که بصورت قایمست گفت پیغمبر که حُلْمِ نایمست مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر چهارم، بیت ۳۶۱۱ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 4, Line # 3611 که تو آن هوشی و باقی هوش‌پوش خویشتن را گم مکن، یاوه مکوش  دانکه هر شهوت چو خَمرست و چو بَنگ پردهٔ هوشست وعاقل زوست دَنگ(۵۷) خمر، تنها نیست سرمستیِّ هوش هر چه شهوانیست بندد چشم و گوش مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر سوم، بیت ۱۲۷۲  Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 3, Line # 1272 ما چو کشتیها بهم بر می‌زنیم تیره‌ چشمیم و در آب روشنیم ای تو در کشتی تن رفته به خواب آب را دیدی نگر در آبِ آب آب را آبی ست کو می‌رانَدَش روح را روحی ست کو می‌خواندش مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر دوم، بیت ۲۰ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 2, Line # 20 زانکه با عقلی چو عقلی جُفت شد مانعِ بَدْ فعلی و بَدْ گُفت شد نَفْس با نَفْسِ دگر چون یار شد عقلِ جُزْوی عاطل و بی‌کار شد مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر دوم، بیت ۲۶ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 2, Line # 26 عقل با عقلِ دگر دو تا شود نور، افزون گشت و ره، پیدا شود نَفْس با نفسِ دگر خندان شود ظلمت افزون گشت، ره، پنهان شود یار، چشمِ توست، ای مردِ شکار از خَس و خاشاک او را پاک دار مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر پنجم، بیت ۳۴۳۱ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 5, Line # 3431 گر بدیدی برف و یخ خورشید را از یخی برداشتی اومید را آب گشتی بی عُروق و بی گِرِه ز آب داودِ هوا کردی زِرِه* پس شدی درمانِ جانِ هر درخت هر درختی از قدومش نیکبخت آن یخی بِفسُرده در خود مانده لامِساسی با درختان خوانده * قرآن کریم، سوره سبا(۳۴)، آیه ۱۱و۱۰ Quran, Sooreh Saba(#34), Line #10,11 « وَلَقَدْ آتَيْنَا دَاوُودَ مِنَّا فَضْلًا ۖ يَا جِبَالُ أَوِّبِي مَعَهُ وَالطَّيْرَ ۖ  وَأَلَنَّا لَهُ الْحَدِيدَ.»(۱۰) « داود را از سوى خود فضيلتى داديم كه: اى كوه‌ها  و اى پرندگان، با او هماواز شويد و آهن را برايش نرم كرديم» « أَنِ اعْمَلْ سَابِغَاتٍ وَقَدِّرْ فِي السَّرْدِ ۖ وَاعْمَلُوا صَالِحًا ۖ  إِنِّي بِمَا تَعْمَلُونَ بَصِيرٌ.»(۱۱) « كه زرههاى بلند بساز و در بافتن زره اندازه‌ها را نگه دار.  و كارهاى شايسته كنيد، كه من به كارهايتان بصيرم.» مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر سوم، بیت ۴۰۱۳ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 3, Line # 4013 گر بِزَد مَر اسب را آن کینه کَش(۵۸) آن نَزَد بر اسب زد بر سُکْسُکَش(۵۹) تا زِ سُکْسُک وارَهَد خوشْ‌پِی(۶۰) شود شیره را زندان کُنی تا مِیْ شود گر ز صندوقی به صندوقی رود او سَمایی(۶۱) نیست، صندوقی بود فُرجه(۶۲) صندوق نو نو مُسکِر است در نیابد کو به صندوق اندر است گر نشد غِرّه(۶۳) بدین صندوق‌ها هم‌چو قاضی جوید اِطلاق(۶۴) و رها (۱) کشوف: گشودن، رخنه کردن (۲) صاحبِ اِعلام: صاحب دانش، بیدار کننده (۳) عرش: جایی فراتر از همۀ آسمان‌ها، بلندای آسمان. (۴) التفات: توجه کردن، توجه و لطف داشتن به کسی (۵) طوف: طواف، گرداگرد چیزی گردیدن (۶) لَیل: شب، شامگاه (۷) ایّام: جمعِ یوم به معنی روزها (۸) ولادتهای روحانی: آزاد شدن روح از نقص و قیدهای مادّی و رسیدن وی به عالمِ کمال. (۹) اَرحام: جمع رَحِم (۱۰) اِحرام: بر خود حرام کردن بعضی چیزها و کارهای حلال چند روز پیش از زیارت کعبه. (۱۱) جوق جوق: دسته دسته، گروه گروه (۱۲) اَجرام: جمعِ جِرم، تَن ها، اجسام (۱۳) بحر: دریا (۱۴) عَلّام: بسیار دانا، دانشمند (۱۵) ضیاع: جمعِ ضَیعه به معنی زمینهای کشاورزی (۱۶) سواد: شهر بزرگ، جمعیت یک شهر (۱۷) اِقلام: اقلیم، یکی از هفت قسمت زمین میان مشرق و مغرب (۱۸) اَقلام: جمعِ قلم (۱۹) احلام: جمعِ حُلم به معنی اوهام، رویا، خوابهای شوریده و درهم (۲۰) اَحلام: جمعِ حِلم به معنی بردباری، شکیبایی  (۲۱) قفص: قفس، جعبه، صندوق (۲۲) شدن: رفتن، عازم شدن (۲۳) آثام: جمعِ اِثْم به معنی گناه و بِزِه (۲۴) مِساس: یکدیگر را سودن و لمس کردن، مباشرت (۲۵) رَخش: نام اسب رستم (۲۶) مُسکِر: مستی آور، چیزی که نوشیدنش مستی آورد.  (۲۷) خرامیدن: راه رفتن از روی ناز و وقار و به‌ زیبایی (۲۸) نَدْب: هر عملی در شرع که فاعلش ثواب می برد ولی نکردن آن گناهی ندارد. (۲۹) استلزام: وجوب، لزوم (۳۰) بربسته: ساختگی و بی اصل (۳۱) اَنعام: جمعِ نَعَم به معنی چهارپایان (۳۲) اَعوام: جمعِ عام به معنی سال (۳۳) صَنَم: دلبر، معشوق زیبا (۳۴) کُفْو: همانند، نظير، همتا (۳۵) آبا: اجداد، نیاکان (۳۶) اَعمام: جمعِ عَمّ به معنی عمو، برادرِ پدر (۳۷) دُرِّ یتیم: کنایه از مروارید بزرگ است که یک دانه تنها در صدف باشد. (۳۸) اسپ: اسب (۳۹) آراد: آوَرَد (۴۰) مَنهَجِ: راه آشکار و روشن (۴۱) ذُولُباب: خردمند (۴۲) غازی: جنگجو، مجاهد (۴۳) مُفتی: فتوا دهنده (۴۴) ضَمان: تعهد کردن، به عهده گرفتن (۴۵) فَخ:‌ دام (۴۶) شکر و صبر: در اینجا کنایه از نعمت و بلاست (۴۷) گبر: کافر (۴۸) صنع: آفرینش (۴۹) مصنوع: آفریده، مخلوق (۵۰) وَلَه: حیرت (۵۱) بَر: میوه و ثمره (۵۲) رَبُّ الْـمِنَن: پروردگار نعمت ها (۵۳) گُول: ابله، نادان، احمق (۵۴) روحُ الْقُدْس: حضرت جبرئیل (۵۵) حُلم: خواب (۵۶) نایِم: شخصی که در خواب است، خوابیده (۵۷) دَنگ: احمق، بی هوش (۵۸) کینه کش: انتقام‌جو، انتقام‌گیرنده (۵۹) سُکسُک: اسبی که تند حرکت کند و ضمن راه رفتن خود را سخت بجنباند به طوری که سوار دچار تکان های شدید شود. اسبی که بد راه برود، اسب تیزرو، ضد راهوار. (۶۰) خوش‌پی: خوش رفتار و راهوار، خوش خو (۶۱) سَمایی: آسمانی (۶۲) فُرجه: شکاف و گشادگی میان دوچیز، جمع: فُرَج (۶۳) غِرّه: فریفته، مغرور به چیزی (۶۴) اِطلاق: رها کردن، آزاد کردن ************************ تمام اشعار برنامه بر اساس فرمت سایت گنج نما برای جستجوی آسان مولوی، دیوان شمس، غزل شمارهٔ ۲۲۰۷ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Qazal)# 2207, Divan e Shams در خلاصه عشق آخر شیوه اسلام کو؟ در کشوف مشکلاتش صاحب اعلام کو؟ آهوی عرشی که او خود عاشق نافهٔ خودست التفات او به دانه طوف او بر دام کو؟ گر چه هر روزی به هجران همچو سالی می‌بود چونکه از هجران گذشتی لیل یا ایام کو؟ جانور را زادنش از ماده و نر وز رحم در ولادتهای روحانی بگو ارحام کو؟ ساقیا هشیار نتوان عشق را دریافتن بوی جامت بی‌قرارم کرد آخر جام کو؟ هست احرامت در این حج جامهٔ هستیت را از سر سرت بکندن شرط این احرام کو؟ چونکه هستی را فکندی روح اندر روح بین جوق جوق* و جمله فرد آنجایگه اجرام کو؟ وین همه جانهای تشنه بحر را چون یافتند محو گشتند اندر آنجا جز یکی علام کو؟ دور و نزدیک و ضیاع و شهر و اقلیم و سواد زین سوی بحرست از آن سو شهر یا اقلام کو؟ آنچه این تن می‌نویسد بی‌قلم نبود یقین آنکه جان بر خود نویسد حاجت اقلام کو؟ هوش و عقل آدمی زادی ز سردی ویست چونکه آن می گرم کردش عقل یا احلام کو؟ اندر آن بیهوشی آری هوش دیگر گون هست هوش بیداری کجا و رؤیت احلام کو؟ مرغ تا اندر قفص باشد به حکم دیگریست چون قفص بشکست و شد بر وی از آن احکام کو؟ با حضور عقل آثام است بر نفس از گنه با حضور عقل عقل این نفس را آثام کو؟ در مساس تن به تن محتاج حمامست مرد در مساس روحها خود حاجت حمام کو؟ گر شوی تو رام خود رامت شود جمله جهان گر تو رستم زاده‌ای این رخشت آخر رام کو؟ گر تو ترک پخته گویی، خام مسکر باشدت پس تو را در جام سر آثار و بوی خام کو؟ چون بخوردی بی‌قدم بخرام در دریای غیب تو اگر مستی بیا مستانه‌یی بخرام کو؟ فرض لازم شد عبادت عشق را آخر بگو فرض و ندب و واجب و تعلیم و استلزام کو؟ عشق بازیهای جان و آنگهی اکراه و زور؟ عشق بربسته کجا و ای ولی اکرام کو؟ رنج بر رخسار عاشق راحت اندر جان او رنج خود آوازه یی آن جا به جز انعام کو؟ خدمتی از خوف خود انعام را باشد ولیک** خدمتی از عشق را امثال کالانعام کو؟ یک قدم راهست گر توفیق باشد دستگیر پس حدیث راه دور و رفتن اعوام کو؟ لیک سایهٔ آن صنم باید که بر تو اوفتد آن صنم کش مثل اندر جمله اصنام کو؟ آن خداوند به حق شمس الحق و دین کفو او در همه آبا و در اجداد و در اعمام کو؟ در خور در یتیمش  کی شود آن هفت بحر گر نظیرش هست در ارواح یا اجسام کو؟ در رکاب اسپ عشقش از قبیل روحیان جز قباد و سنجر و کاووس یا بهرام کو؟ دیده را از خاک تبریز ارمغان آراد باد زآنکه جز آن خاک این خاکیش را آرام کو؟ * قرآن کریم، سوره نور (۲۴)، آیه ۳۵ Quran, Sooreh An-Noor(#24), Line #35 … نُورٌ عَلَىٰ نُورٍ ۗ… …نورى بر فراز نور … ** قرآن کریم، سوره اعراف(۷)، آیه ۱۷۹ Quran, Sooreh Al-A'raaf(#7), Line #179 « وَلَقَدْ ذَرَأْنَا لِجَهَنَّمَ كَثِيرًا مِنَ الْجِنِّ وَالْإِنْسِ ۖ لَهُمْ قُلُوبٌ  لَا يَفْقَهُونَ بِهَا وَلَهُمْ أَعْيُنٌ لَا يُبْصِرُونَ بِهَا وَلَهُمْ آذَانٌ لَا  يَسْمَعُونَ بِهَا ۚ أُولَٰئِكَ كَالْأَنْعَامِ بَلْ هُمْ أَضَلُّ ۚ أُولَٰئِكَ هُمُ الْغَافِلُونَ » « براى جهنم بسيارى از جن و انس را بيافريديم. ايشان  را دلهايى است كه بدان نمى‌فهمند و چشمهايى است كه  بدان نمى‌بينند و گوشهايى است كه بدان نمى‌شنوند. اينان  همانند چارپايانند حتى گمراه‌تر از آنهايند. اينان خود غافلانند.» مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر پنجم، بیت ۱۲۴۱ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 5, Line # 1241 تا نخوانی لا و الا الله را در نيابی منهج این راه را مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر ششم، بیت ۸۲۰ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 6, Line # 820 هی ز چه معلوم گردد این ز بعث بعث را جو کم کن اندر بعث بحث شرط روز بعث اول مردن است زآنکه بعث از مرده زنده کردن است جمله عالم زین غلط کردند راه کز عدم ترسند و آن آمد پناه مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر ششم، بیت ۷۲۱ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 6, Line # 721 می‌رمد اثبات پیش از نفی تو نفی کردم تا بری ز اثبات بو در نوا آرم به نفی این ساز را چون بمیری مرگ گوید راز را مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر ششم، بیت ۷۳۷ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 6, Line # 737 این زمان جز نفی ضد اعلام نیست اندرین نشأت دمی بی‌دام نیست بی‌حجابت باید آن ای ذولباب مرگ را بگزین و بردر آن حجاب مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر دوم، بیت ۲۵۲۴ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 2, Line # 2524 لاجرم هر مرغ بی‌هنگام را سر بریدن واجب است اعلام را مولوی، دیوان شمس، غزل شمارهٔ ۲۷ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Qazal)# 27, Divan e Shams این از عنایت‌ها شمر کز کوی عشق آمد ضرر عشق مجازی را گذر بر عشق حقست انتها غازی به دست پور خود شمشیر چوبین می‌دهد تا او در آن استا شود شمشیر گیرد در غزا عشقی که بر انسان بود شمشیر چوبین آن بود آن عشق با رحمان شود چون آخر آید ابتلا مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر اول، بیت ۳۴۳۲ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 1, Line # 3432 از لعب بیرون نرفتی کودکی بی ذکات روح کی باشی ذکی؟ مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر اول، بیت ۳۴۳۵ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 1, Line # 3435 جنگ خلقان همچو جنگ کودکان جمله بی‌معنی و بی‌مغز و مهان جمله با شمشیر چوبین جنگشان جمله در لاینفعی آهنگشان مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر ششم، بیت ۵۳۰ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 6, Line # 530 گفت مفتی ضرورت هم تویی بی‌ضرورت گر خوری مجرم شوی ور ضرورت هست هم پرهیز به ور خوری باری ضمان آن بده مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر ششم، بیت ۵۳۳ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 6, Line # 533 چون بخورد آن گندم، اندر فخ بماند چند او یاسین و الانعام خواند بعد در ماندن چه افسوس و چه آه؟ پیش از آن بایست این دود سیاه آن زمان که حرص جنبید و هوس آن زمان می‌گو که ای فریادرس مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر ششم، بیت ۵۴۰ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 6, Line # 540 آن زمان که دیو می‌شد راهزن آن زمان بایست یاسین خواندن مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر چهارم، بیت ۸۶۸ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 4, Line # 868 لا اله الا هو اینست ای پناه که نماید مه تو را دیگ سیاه مولوی، دیوان شمس، غزل شمارهٔ ۲۰۲۹ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Qazal)# 2029, Divan e Shams ای مرغ آسمانی آمد گه پریدن وی آهوی معانی آمد گه چریدن ای عاشق جریده بر عاشقان گزیده بگذر ز آفریده بنگر در آفریدن مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر سوم، بیت ۱۳۶۰ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 3, Line # 1360 عاشق صنع توم در شکر و صبر عاشق مصنوع کی باشم چو گبر؟ عاشق صنع خدا با فر بود عاشق مصنوع او کافر بود مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر اول، بیت ۱۹۳۷ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 1, Line # 1937 گفته او را من زبان و چشم تو من حواس و من رضا و خشم تو رو که بی یسمع و بی یبصر توی سر توی چه جای صاحب‌سر توی چون شدی من کان لله از وله* من تو را باشم که کان الله له گه توی گویم تورا گاهی منم هر چه گویم آفتاب روشنم حدیث « مَنْ كانَ لَله كانَ اللهُ لَه » « هر که برای خدا باشد، خدا نیز برای اوست » مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر دوم، بیت ۳۱۷۳ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 2, Line # 3173 چون یکی لحظه نخوردی بر ز فن ترک فن گو می‌طلب رب الـمنن چون مبارک نیست بر تو این علوم خویشتن گولی کن و بگذر ز شوم چون ملایک گو که: لا عِلْمَ لَنا یا الهی، غَیْرَ ما عَلَّمْتَنا مانند فرشتگان بگو: خداوندا، ما را دانشی نیست  جز آنچه خود به ما آموختی. قرآن کریم، سوره بقره (۲) ، آیه ۳۲ Quran, Sooreh Al-Baqarah(#2), Line #32 « قَالُوا سُبْحَانَكَ لَا عِلْمَ لَنَا إِلَّا مَا عَلَّمْتَنَا ۖ إِنَّكَ أَنْتَ  الْعَلِيمُ الْحَكِيمُ » « گفتند: منّزهى تو. ما را جز آنچه خود به ما  آموخته‌اى دانشى نيست. تويى داناى حكيم.» مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر سوم، بیت ۱۲۹۷ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 3, Line # 1297 سخت‌گیری و تعصب خامی است تا جنینی کار خون‌آشامی است چیز دیگر ماند اما گفتنش با تو روح القدس گوید بی منش نی تو گویی هم به گوش خویشتن نی من و نی غیر من ای هم تو من مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر چهارم، بیت ۳۶۵۴ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 4, Line # 3654 همچنان دنیا که حلم نایم است خفته پندارد که این خود دایم است مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر سوم، بیت ۱۷۳۳ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 3, Line # 1733 این جهان را که بصورت قایمست گفت پیغمبر که حلم نایمست مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر چهارم، بیت ۳۶۱۱ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 4, Line # 3611 که تو آن هوشی و باقی هوش‌پوش خویشتن را گم مکن یاوه مکوش  دانکه هر شهوت چو خمرست و چو بنگ پردهٔ هوشست وعاقل زوست دنگ خمر تنها نیست سرمستی هوش هر چه شهوانیست بندد چشم و گوش مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر سوم، بیت ۱۲۷۲  Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 3, Line # 1272 ما چو کشتیها بهم بر می‌زنیم تیره‌ چشمیم و در آب روشنیم ای تو در کشتی تن رفته به خواب آب را دیدی نگر در آب آب آب را آبی ست کو می‌راندش روح را روحی ست کو می‌خواندش مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر دوم، بیت ۲۰ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 2, Line # 20 زانکه با عقلی چو عقلی جفت شد مانع بد فعلی و بد گفت شد نفس با نفس دگر چون یار شد عقل جزوی عاطل و بی‌کار شد مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر دوم، بیت ۲۶ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 2, Line # 26 عقل با عقل دگر دو تا شود نور افزون گشت و ره پیدا شود نفس با نفس دگر خندان شود ظلمت افزون گشت ره پنهان شود یار چشم توست ای مرد شکار از خس و خاشاک او را پاک دار مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر پنجم، بیت ۳۴۳۱ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 5, Line # 3431 گر بدیدی برف و یخ خورشید را از یخی برداشتی اومید را آب گشتی بی عروق و بی گره ز آب داود هوا کردی زره* پس شدی درمان جان هر درخت هر درختی از قدومش نیکبخت آن یخی بفسرده در خود مانده لامساسی با درختان خوانده * قرآن کریم، سوره سبا(۳۴)، آیه ۱۱و۱۰ Quran, Sooreh Saba(#34), Line #10,11 « وَلَقَدْ آتَيْنَا دَاوُودَ مِنَّا فَضْلًا ۖ يَا جِبَالُ أَوِّبِي مَعَهُ وَالطَّيْرَ ۖ  وَأَلَنَّا لَهُ الْحَدِيدَ.»(۱۰) « داود را از سوى خود فضيلتى داديم كه: اى كوه‌ها  و اى پرندگان، با او هماواز شويد و آهن را برايش نرم كرديم» « أَنِ اعْمَلْ سَابِغَاتٍ وَقَدِّرْ فِي السَّرْدِ ۖ وَاعْمَلُوا صَالِحًا ۖ  إِنِّي بِمَا تَعْمَلُونَ بَصِيرٌ.»(۱۱) « كه زرههاى بلند بساز و در بافتن زره اندازه‌ها را نگه دار.  و كارهاى شايسته كنيد، كه من به كارهايتان بصيرم.» مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر سوم، بیت ۴۰۱۳ Rumi( Molana Jalaleddin) Poem(Mathnavi), Book # 3, Line # 4013 گر بزد مر اسب را آن کینه کش آن نزد بر اسب زد بر سکسکش تا ز سکسک وارهد خوش‌پی شود شیره را زندان کنی تا می شود گر ز صندوقی به صندوقی رود او سمایی نیست صندوقی بود فرجه صندوق نو نو مسکر است در نیابد کو به صندوق اندر است گر نشد غره بدین صندوق‌ها هم‌چو قاضی جوید اطلاق و رها
89
Today we take a look at insanely expensive Superbowl ads and how they compare against YouTube advertising. Then, we bring on our good friend and fellow YouTuber/Podcaster Sara Dietschy to give us (and you) some shockingly useful creative advice. To wrap things up, we look at two big tech headlines with Google Glass 2 and Pocophone X2! Links: https://twitter.com/wvfrm https://twitter.com/mkbhd https://twitter.com/andymanganelli Sara Dietschy: https://bit.ly/2Ut2PO4 That Creative Life: https://www.thatcreative.life/ Google Glass 2: https://bit.ly/2vbp2Fv Pocophone X2: https://bit.ly/2GVPiq3 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
90
A walk down music industry memory lane; unions; blockchain & the supply chain; 30 years of Photoshop; Uber's horrific climate; antitrust spooks Apple, Google, Amazon; tricking Teslas; caucus tools; our social media diets; the complicated ethics of spyware; wireless network maps; truepenny & straight fingered bawcocks.
91
On this week's iOS Today with Leo Laporte and Mikah Sargent: Using iOS with your family: Family Sharing, Screen Time for Family, purchase sharing, iCloud storage sharing, and Life360. News: The EU wants all phones to use interoperable chargers, iPhone 12 may feature a new short-range WiFi standard, AirTags may charge using an Apple-Watch-style charging puck, a research study aims to detect what causes smart speakers to trigger randomly, Apple and Johnson & Johnson team up for a stroke health study called Heartline, and Jif and Giphy are trying to tell everyone how to pronounce GIF. Viewer Feedback: Audio streaming issues using AirPods and the Apple Watch and location data tracking and sharing on iOS. Mikah's App Cap: Picsew Leo's App Cap: The Criterion Collection Hosts: Leo Laporte and Mikah Sargent Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/ios-today. You can contribute to iOS Today by leaving us a voicemail at 757-504-iPad (757-504-4723) or sending an email to iOSToday@TWiT.tv. Sponsors: casper.com/iostoday - promo code: IOSTODAY LastPass.com/twit
92
It’s time for BayCon 2020!  This week we feature Rob Fenn KC6TYD talking about Parachute Mobile and Marcel Streiber AI6MS speaking about lithium batteries. PERMALINK - https://www.hamradioworkbench.com/podcast/BayCon-2020-Part-1 Our Website - http://www.hamradioworkbench.com/ Follow us on Twitter - https://twitter.com/hamworkbench Contact us for feedback and ideas - http://hamradioworkbench.com/contact Connect with us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/hamradioworkbench/ BrandMeister Talkgroup 31075 - https://hose.brandmeister.network/group/31075/ Save 10% on Genasun Products - HAM10OFF BayCon 2020 Presentations - http://www.bay-net.org/resources.html
93
This year, both Virgin Galactic and Blue Origin plan to fly passengers on suborbital space trips. Dan and Axios space reporter Miriam Kramer discuss how tourism could change the space industry. PLUS: Allegations of Chinese espionage at a U.S. pension fund and a big day for CEO swaps.
95
The story of NotPetya, seems to be the first time, we see what a cyber war looks like. In the summer of 2017 Ukraine suffered a serious and catastrophic cyber attack on their whole country. Hear how it went down, what got hit, and who was responsible. Guest Thanks to Andy Greenberg for his research and sharing this story. I urge you to get his book Sandworm because it’s a great story. Sponsors This episode was sponsored by Linode. Linode supplies you with virtual servers. Visit linode.com/darknet and when signing up with a new account use code darknet2019 to get a $20 credit on your next project. Support for this episode comes from Honeybook. HoneyBook is an online business management tool that organizes your client communications, bookings, contracts, and invoices – all in one place. Visit honeybook.com/darknet to get 50% off your subscription. This episode was sponsored by CMD. Securing Linux systems is hard, let CMD help you with that. Visit cmd.com/dark to get a free demo. For more show notes visit darknetdiaries.com/episode/54. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
96
Jordan Bloemen & Scott Francis Winder discuss SIM Swap attacks. If you like the show and want to make sure we can keep making it, please subscribe and if you can visit https://www.patreon.com/hackedpodcast and show us some love. Also - don't forget to check out our loving sponsors: Linode: Get 20% by going to www.linode.com/hacked or use the promo code: hacked2020 at www.linode.com Blinkist: Try them out with a free 7 day trial and 25% off at https://www.blinkist.com/hacked Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
97
A company hires a penetration tester to pose as a new hire, Jeremy from Marketing, to see how much he can hack into in his first week on the job. It doesn't go as planned.Thanks to @TinkerSec for telling us this story.This episode was sponsored by Nord VPN. Visit https://nordvpn.com/darknet and use promo code "DARKNET".This episode was sponsored by IT Pro TV. Get 65 hours of free training by visiting ITPro.tv/darknet.For more show notes visit https://darknetdiaries.com/episode/36.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
98
برنامه صوتی شماره ۸۰۳ گنج حضوراجرا: پرویز شهبازی۱۳۹۸ تاریخ اجرا: ۱۷ فوریه ۲۰۲۰ - ۲۹ بهمنPDF متن نوشته شده برنامه با فرمتPDF ،تمامی اشعار این برنامهنسخه درشت برای مطالعه در دستگاههای هوشمندPDF ،تمامی اشعار این برنامهنسخه کوچکتر مناسب جهت پرینت مولوی، دیوان شمس، غزل شمارهٔ ۱۰۲۷ یغمابکِ(۱) تُرکستان بر زنگ بِزَد لشکر در قلعهٔ بی‌خویشی بگریز، هلا زوتر تا کی زِ شبِ زنگی بر عقل بُوَد تَنگی؟ شاهنشهِ صبح آمد، زد بر سرِ او خَنجر گاوِ سیهِ شب را قربانِ سحر کردند موذن پیِ این گوید کاللهُ هُوَ الَاْکبر آوَرد برون گَردون از زیرِ لگن شمعی کز خجلتِ نورِ او بر چرخ نماند اَختر خورشید گَر از اوّل بیمارصفت باشد هم از دلِ خود گردد در هر نَفَسی خوشتر ای چشم که پُر دردی، در سایهٔ او بنشین زِنهار، در این حالت در چهرهٔ او مَنگر آن واعظِ روشن دل، کاو ذرّه به رقص آرَد بس نور که بفشاند او از سَرِ این مِنبَر شاباش زهی نوری، بر کوریِ هر کوری  کاو روی نپوشاند زان پس که برآرَد سر شمس الحق تبریزی، در آینهٔ صافَت گر غیرِ خدا بینم، باشم بَتَر از کافر مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر اول، بیت شماره ۱۲۵۹ گر قضا صد بار، قصدِ جان کند هم قضا جانت دهد، درمان کند مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر پنجم، بیت شماره ۵۵۰ چون ز زنده مرده بیرون می‌کند نفسِ زنده سوی مرگی می‌تند مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر سوم، بیت شماره ۱۱۴۵ عقل جزوی گاه چیره گه نگون عقل کلی ایمن از رَیبُ الْمَنُون مولوی، دیوان شمس، غزل شمارهٔ ۱۹۴۸ چون درخت سدره بیخ آور، شو از لَا رَیْبَ فیه تا نلرزد شاخ و برگت از دمِ رَیْبُ المَنُون قرآن کریم، سوره بقره (۲)، آیه ۲ ذَٰلِكَ الْكِتَابُ لَا رَيْبَ فِيهِ هُدًى لِلْمُتَّقِينَ. اين است كتابى كه در [حقانيت‌] آن هيچ ترديدى نيست؛ [و] مايه هدايت تقواپيشگان است. مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر سوم، بیت شماره ۱۴۲۷ حال ها موقوفِ عزم و رایِ او زنده از نَفْخِ مسیح‌ْآسایِ او عاشقِ حالی، نه عاشق بر مَنی بر امیدِ حال بر من می‌تَنی آنکه یک دَم کم، دمی کامل بود نیست معبود خلیل، آفِل بود وآنکه آفِل باشد و گه آن و این نیست دلبر، لا اُحِبُّ الْآفِلین قرآن کریم، سوره انعام(۶)، آیه ۷۵،۷۶ « وَكَذَٰلِكَ نُرِي إِبْرَاهِيمَ مَلَكُوتَ السَّمَاوَاتِ وَالْأَرْضِ وَلِيَكُونَ مِنَ الْمُوقِنِينَ » (۷۵) « بدین سان به ابراهیم ملکوت آسمانها و زمین را نشان دادیم تا از اهل یقین گردد.» « فَلَمَّا جَنَّ عَلَيْهِ اللَّيْلُ رَأَىٰ كَوْكَبًا ۖ قَالَ هَٰذَا رَبِّي ۖ فَلَمَّا أَفَلَ قَالَ لَا أُحِبُّ الْآفِلِينَ» (۷۶) « چون شب او را فرو گرفت، ستاره ای دید. گفت: این است پروردگار من. چون فروشد، گفت: فروشوندگان را دوست ندارم.» مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر دوم، بیت شماره ۱۳۰۰ این جهان چون خَس به دستِ بادِ غیب عاجزی پیشه گرفت(۲) و دادِ غیب(۳) گه بلندش می‌کند، گاهیش پَست گه دُرستش می‌کند، گاهی شِکست گه یَمینش(۴) می‌برد، گاهی یَسار(۵) گه گلستانش کند، گاهیش خار دست پنهان و، قلم بین خطْ ‌گُزار اسب در جَوْلان و، ناپیدا سوار تیر، پَرّان بین و ناپیدا کمان جان ها پیدا و پنهان، جانِ جان تیر را مَشْکَن که آن تیرِ شَهی است نیست پَرتاوی، ز شَصْت آگهی است ما رَمَیْتَ اِذْ رَمَیْتَ گُفت حق کارِ حق بر کارها دارد سَبَق قرآن کریم، سوره انفال (۸)، آیه ١٧ «…وَمَا رَمَيْتَ إِذْ رَمَيْتَ وَلَٰكِنَّ اللَّهَ رَمَىٰ…» «…و آنگاه كه تير مى‌انداختى، تو تير نمى‌انداختى، خدا بود كه تير مى‌انداخت…» خشمِ خود بشکن، تو مشکن تیر را چشمِ خشمت خون شمارد شیر را بوسه دِه بر تیر و پیشِ شاه بَر تیرِ خونْ‌آلود از خونِ تو تَر آنچه پیدا عاجز و بسته زبون وآنچه ناپیدا، چنان تند و حَرون(۶) ما شکاریم، این چنین دامی که راست؟ گُویِ چوگانیم، چُوگانی(۷) کجاست؟ می‌دَرَد، می‌دوزد، این خَیّاط کو؟ می‌دمد، می‌سوزد، این نَفّاط(۸) کو؟ مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر سوم، بیت ۱۹۰۶ چون قضای حق رضایِ بنده شُد حُکمِ او را  بندهٔ خواهَنده شُد مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر دوم، بیت ۲۵۴۴ لیک مومن دان که طَوْعاً(۹) ساجِدَست(۱۰) زآنکه جویایِ رضا و قاصِدَست مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر دوم، بیت ۵۹۰ گر گریزی بر امیدِ راحتی ز آن طرف هم پیشت آید آفتی هیچ کُنجی بی دَد و بی دام نیست جز به خلوت گاهِ حق، آرام نیست مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر سوم، بیت شماره ۱۳۴۷ شُکر، طوفان را کنون بگماشتی واسطهٔ اَطلال را برداشتی زآنکه اَطلالِ لَئیم و بَد بُدند نِی ندایی، نِی صدایی می‌زدند من چنان اَطلال خواهم در خَطاب کَز صدا چون کوه واگوید جواب تا مُثنّا بشنوم من نامِ تو عاشقم بَر نامِ جانْ آرامِ تو مولوی، دیوان شمس، غزل شمارهٔ ۲۰ پیش از تو خامانِ دگر، در جوشِ این دیگِ جهان بس برطپیدند و نشد، درمان نبود الّا رضا مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر سوم، بیت شماره ۱۳۱۱ هین مکن، کین موجِ طوفانِ بلاست دست و پا و آشنا، امروز لاست بادِ قهرست و بلایِ شمع کُش جز که شمعِ حق نمی‌پاید، خَمُش گفت: نی، رفتم بَر آن کوهِ بلند عاصِم(۱۱) ست آن کُه مرا از هر گزند قرآن کریم، سوره هود(۱۱)، آیه۴۳ « قَالَ سَآوِي إِلَىٰ جَبَلٍ يَعْصِمُنِي مِنَ الْمَاءِ ۚ قَالَ لَا عَاصِمَ الْيَوْمَ مِنْ أَمْرِ اللَّهِ إِلَّا مَنْ رَحِمَ ۚ وَحَالَ بَيْنَهُمَا الْمَوْجُ فَكَانَ مِنَ الْمُغْرَقِينَ » « گفت: من بر سر كوهى كه مرا از آب نگه دارد، جا خواهم گرفت. گفت: امروز هيچ نگهدارنده‌اى از فرمان خدا نيست مگر كسى را كه بر او رحم آورد. ناگهان موج ميان آن دو حايل گشت و او از غرق‌شدگان بود.» هین مکن، که کوه کاه است این زمان جز حبیبِ خویش را ندْهد امان گفت: من، کی پندِ تو بشنوده‌ام؟ که طمع کردی که من زین دُوده‌ام(۱۲) قرآن کریم، سوره هود(۱۱)، آیه ۴۵ «…إِنَّ ابْنِي مِنْ أَهْلِي…» «…پسرم از خاندان من بود…» خوش نیامد گفتِ تو هرگز مرا من بَرّی‌ام از تو در هر دو سرا هین مکن بابا که روزِ ناز، نیست مر خدا را خویشی و انباز نیست تا کنون کردیّ و، این دَم نازُکی(۱۳) ست اندرین درگاه، گیرا نازِ کیست؟ لَمْ یَلِدْ لَمْ یُولَدْ است او از قِدَم(۱۴) نی پدر دارد، نه فرزند و، نه عم قرآن کریم، سوره اخلاص (۱۱۲)، آیه ۳ « لَمْ يَلِدْ وَلَمْ يُولَدْ » « نه زاده است و نه زاده شده » نازِ فرزندان کجا خواهد کشید؟ نازِ بابایان کجا خواهد شنید؟ نیستم مولود، پیرا کم بناز نیستم والد، جوانا کم گُراز(۱۵) نیستم شوهر، نیَم من شهوتی ناز را بگذار، اینجا ای سِتی(۱۶) جز خضوع و بندگیّ و اضطرار اندرین حضرت ندارد اعتبار گفت: بابا سال ها این گفته یی باز می‌گویی، به جهل آشفته‌یی مولوی، دیوان شمس، غزل شمارهٔ ۷۶۰ خُنُک آنکَس که چو ما شد، همه تسلیم و رضا شد گِرُوِ عشق و جنون شد، گُهَرِ بَحرِ(۱۷) صفا شد مولوی، دیوان شمس، غزل شمارهٔ ۲۲۰۷ هوش و عقلِ آدمی زادی ز سَردیِّ وِیَست چونکه آن می گرم کردَش عقل یا اَحلام(۱۸) کو؟ یک قدم راهست گر توفیق باشد دستگیر پس حدیثِ راه دور و رفتنِ اَعوام(۱۹) کو؟ لیک سایهٔ آن صَنَم(۲۰) باید که بر تو اوفتد آن صنم کش مثل اندر جمله اَصنام کو؟ مولوی، مثنوی، دفتر پنجم، بیت شماره ۴۳۳ جَوْق‌ْجَوْق(۲۱) و صَفْ صَف از حرص و شِتاب مُحْتَرِِز(۲۲) ز آتش، گُریزان سویِ آب لاجَرَم ز آتش برآوردند سر ِاعْتِبارَالْاِعْتِبار(۲۳) ای بی‌خبر بانگ می‌زد آتش ای گیجانِ گول(۲۴) من نِیَ ام آتش، منم چشمهٔ قبول چشم‌ْبندی کرده‌اند ای بی‌نَظَر در من آی و هیچ مَگْریز از شَرَر ای خلیل اینجا شَرار(۲۵) و دود نیست جز که سِحْر و خُدْعهٔ نمرود نیست چون خلیلِ حق اگر فرزانه‌ای آتش آبِ توست و تو پروانه‌ای (۱) یغمابک: یغماگر، غارتگر (۲) عاجزی پیشه گرفت: ناتوانی را پیشه خود ساخته است. (۳) دادِ غیب: قدرت تصرّف عالم غیب. (۴) یَمین: دست راست. (۵) یَسار: دست چپ. (۶) حَرون: سرکش، نافرمان (۷) چُوگانی: اسبی که مناسب و لایق چوگان بازی باشد، چوگان (۸) نَفّاط: ظرف مسین که در آن نفت ریزند، نفت انداز و آتش باز، آتش افروز (۹) طَوْعاً: با ميل، با رغبت (۱۰) ساجد: سجده كننده (۱۱) عاصِم: نگهدارنده، حفظ کننده (۱۲) دُوده: دودمان، خانواده (۱۳) نازُکی: دقیق، خطیر، مهم (۱۴) قِدَم: ازل (۱۵) گُرازیدن: نازیدن، با ناز و تکبّر راه رفتن (۱۶) سِتی: مطلق زن، بی بی، بانو (۱۷) بحر: دریا (۱۸) اَحلام: جمعِ حُلم به معنی اوهام، رویا، خوابهای شوریده و درهم. (۱۹) اَعوام: جمعِ عام به معنی سال (۲۰) صَنَم: دلبر، معشوق زیبا (۲۱) جَوْق‌ْجَوْق: دسته دسته، جمع آن اَجْواق است. (۲۲) مُحْتَرِِز: دوری کننده، پرهیز کننده (۲۳)اعتباراَلِْاعتبار: عبرت بگیر، عبرت بگیر. (۲۴) گول: ابله، نادان (۲۵) شَرار: پاره آتشی که به هوا جهد، جرقه
99
This week, Alex investigates the rise of one of the most hated businesses: Robocalls. And Damiano tries to figure out if a robocaller is tracking his every move.
100
The unsung heroes who saved the day. "Here’s some 26-year-old kid, who could stop the lunar mission." An alarm appears on the on-board computer, but what does it mean? With Kevin Fong. Starring: Steve Bales Charlie Duke John Aaron Glynn Lunney Gerry Griffin Jerry Bostick Gene Kranz courtesy of the Johnson Space Center History Office Theme music by Hans Zimmer for Bleeding Fingers Music #13MinutestotheMoon www.bbcworldservice.com/13minutes
101
In honor of Valentine's Day, Amory tells Ben a snack-size story about a feast-size grand gesture that has left millions of people all over the world wishing they could re-do their marriage proposals.
102
A company called GirlsDoPorn uploaded videos to Pornhub and other sites without the consent of the women in them. VICE’s Samantha Cole explains why these videos are still all over the internet.
103
YouTube link: https://youtu.be/cQ61E7cpWAc Dan Galves, Director of Automotive Equity Research at Wolfe Research, has been covering TSLA since its initial public stock offering in 2010. In this interview, Dan joins Rob Maurer of the Tesla Daily Podcast for a discussion on Tesla's position in the automotive market, TSLA's surging stock price, institutional investor sentiment, autonomy, competition, and risks/opportunities for the stock and company. Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/teslapodcast Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tesladailypodcast Ludicrous producer Vincent Smith Executive producer Rish Singh Executive producer Nick Wood Executive producer Fela Winkelmolen Executive producer Troy Cherasaro Executive producer Bradford Ferguson Executive producer Andre Kent Music by Evan Schaeffer Disclosure: Rob Maurer is long TSLA stock & derivatives
104
Ben loves podcasts, but he has a problem. When he tries to listen to one podcast in particular, his car stereo completely breaks. This week, Super Tech Support takes on one of its strangest cases — Roman Mars versus a 2016 Mazda sedan.LISTEN TO 99 % Invisible! Roman Mars' 99% Invisible podcastPodcasts featured in this episodeiTunes:^space^ - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/space/id1458545673 - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/less-than-approximately-greater-than/id1458541805100% Related? - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/100-related/id145854275288% Parentheticals - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/88-parentheticals/id1458545680BONUS PODCAST!:{Blank} + {Blank} = FUN - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/blank-blank-fun/id1458544361RSS:^space^ - https://feeds.megaphone.fm/carrotspacecarrot - https://feeds.megaphone.fm/greaterless100% Related? - https://feeds.megaphone.fm/100pr88% Parentheticals - https://feeds.megaphone.fm/88prBONUS PODCAST!:{Blank} + {Blank} = FUN - https://feeds.megaphone.fm/blankblankfun
105
Elon Musk is the CEO of Tesla, SpaceX, Neuralink, and a co-founder of several other companies. This is the second time Elon has been on the podcast. You can watch the first time on YouTube or listen to the first time on its episode page. You can read the transcript (PDF) here. This conversation is part of the Artificial Intelligence podcast. If you would like to get more information about this podcast go to https://lexfridman.com/ai or connect with @lexfridman on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Medium, or YouTube where you can watch the video versions of these conversations. If you enjoy the podcast,
106
Vladimir Vapnik is the co-inventor of support vector machines, support vector clustering, VC theory, and many foundational ideas in statistical learning. He was born in the Soviet Union, worked at the Institute of Control Sciences in Moscow, then in the US, worked at AT&T, NEC Labs, Facebook AI Research, and now is a professor at Columbia University. His work has been cited over 200,000 times. This conversation is part of the Artificial Intelligence podcast. If you would like to get more information about this podcast go to https://lexfridman.com/ai or connect with @lexfridman on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Medium, or YouTube where you
108
This week, to celebrate Alex Goldman’s return from paternity leave, a Yes Yes No extravaganza. Alex takes PJ and Alex Blumberg through the internet’s most encompassing conspiracy theory to date, and then Gene Demby joins us to help unpack a very different kind of conspiracy.Paris Martineau's Qanon explainer in New York MagazineParis Martineau's Reporting on Roseanne and QAnon for The OutlineBen Detrick on Bryan ColangeloThe Yes Yes No Blog
110
Recent research into neural networks reveals that sometimes, not all parts of the neural net are equally responsible for the performance of the network overall. Instead, it seems like (in some neural nets, at least) there are smaller subnetworks present where most of the predictive power resides. The fascinating thing is that, for some of these subnetworks (so-called “winning lottery tickets”), it’s not the training process that makes them good at their classification or regression tasks: they just happened to be initialized in a way that was very effective. This changes the way we think about what training might be doing, in a pretty fundamental way. Sometimes, instead of crafting a good fit from wholecloth, training might be finding the parts of the network that always had predictive power to begin with, and isolating and strengthening them. This research is pretty recent, having only come to prominence in the last year, but nonetheless challenges our notions about what it means to train a machine learning model.
111
Thanks to Vessi and Manscaped for sponsoring this episode! Go to https://VessiFootwear.com/DeFranco for $25 off your first order AND Go to http://Manscaped.com and use Code: "DeFranco" for 20% Off & Free Shipping ———————————— New episode every Wednesday! SUBSCRIBE NOW! LISTEN to the audio podcasts: http://anchor.fm/AConversationWith WATCH more podcasts right now!: https://youtu.be/CzKjH2U0rWs Go check out @James Charles: https://www.youtube.com/JamesCharles ———————————— TWITTER: http://Twitter.com/PhillyD INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/phillydefranco/ ———————————— Edited by: Maxwell Enright Executive Producer: Amanda Morones - https://twitter.com/MandaOhDang https://www.instagram.com/mandaohdang/ Associate Producer: Natalie Rodriguez Art Director & Motion Graphics Artist: Brian Borst - https://twitter.com/brianjborst https://www.instagram.com/brianborst/ Production & Photography: Zack Taylor - https://twitter.com/zacktaylor_92 http://instagram.com/zacktaylor92 #JamesCharles #PhilipDeFranco #AConversationWith
112
Hear what goes on internally when Microsoft discovers a major vulnerability within Windows. Guest Thanks to John Lambert for sharing this story with us. Sponsors Support for this episode comes from ProCircular. Use the team at ProCircular to conduct security assessments, conduct SIEM monitoring, help with patches, or do incident response. Visit www.procircular.com/. This episode was sponsored by IT Pro TV. Get 65 hours of free training by visiting ITPro.tv/darknet. And use promo code DARKNET25. Support for this episode comes from Blinkist. They offer thousands of condensed non-fiction books, so you can get through books in about 15 minutes. Check out Blinkist.com/DARKNET to start your 7 day free trial and get 25% off when you sign up. Sources https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/johnla/2015/09/26/the-inside-story-behind-ms08-067/ https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/payment-processor-scareware-cybercrime-ring-sentenced-48-months-prison https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/29/opinion/sunday/conficker-worm-ukraine.html https://portal.msrc.microsoft.com/en-US/security-guidance/advisory/CVE-2020-0601 https://www.wired.com/story/nsa-windows-10-vulnerability-disclosure/ Book: Worm Attribution Darknet Diaries is created by Jack Rhysider. Episode artwork by odibagas. Theme music created by Breakmaster Cylinder. Theme song available for listen and download at bandcamp. Or listen to it on Spotify. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
113
John and Rambo are joined by app security expert Michael “Biscuit” Thomas on this special episode of the show all about iOS app security and encryption. Topics include how to build a threat model and identify attack surfaces, whether it’s worth to protect against Jailbreak-based app hacking, and much more. Hosts: Gui on Twitter: @_inside John on Twitter: @johnsundell Links Keychain Services Rambo’s security talk from App Builders Swift Crypto announcement from dotSwift CryptoSwift
114
Jim Keller is a legendary microprocessor engineer, having worked at AMD, Apple, Tesla, and now Intel. He’s known for his work on the AMD K7, K8, K12 and Zen microarchitectures, Apple A4, A5 processors, and co-author of the specifications for the x86-64 instruction set and HyperTransport interconnect. This conversation is part of the Artificial Intelligence podcast. If you would like to get more information about this podcast go to https://lexfridman.com/ai or connect with @lexfridman on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Medium, or YouTube where you can watch the video versions of these conversations. If you enjoy the podcast, please rate it 5 stars
115
The gang are joined this week by YouTuber and the Man About Tech himself: Vyyyper! They discuss Apple's note to investors about Q2 guidance due to COVID-19, and what products may be coming or delayed in a possible March event. Are new iPads, AirTags, and a new iPhone on the way soon or not? The world lost a brilliant computer scientist this week, Larry Tesler. Tesler invented cut-and-paste and also worked for a number of years at Apple. Show Notes and Links: Vyyyper - The Man About Tech - YouTube VypLive - YouTube Apple's note to investors about Q2 20 guidance Will a March event happen March 31? MWC has been canceled, companies are pulling out of GDC. What might COVID-19 mean for 2020 tech conferences? Larry Tesler, inventor of cut-and-paste, and Apple scientist passed away AirPods Pro 'Lite'? Or just AirPods 3 We may see those AirTags soon Sponsors: Indeed: Indeed gives you the smart tools to make hiring decisions quickly, and to be confident that you’re making the right hire for your team. Post your job today at indeed.com/imore and get a free sponsored job upgrade on your first posting. Terms, conditions and exclusions apply. Offer valid through March 31, 2020. Netgear: If you are ready for Netgear’s best WiFi ever, you can get it today from NETGEAR and never worry about WiFi again. Check out Orbi WiFi 6 at your local Best Buy or at netgear.com/bestwifi Hosts: Lory Gil Rene Ritchie Georgia Dow
116
Who should get to keep secrets, and who should demand to know them? In this hour, TED speakers talk about the damage secrets can do, and the shifting roles we play when we keep, or share them. In a special updated interview, Global Witness co-founder Charmian Gooch explains how secrecy and corruption have changed in the five years since she gave her TED talk. Other guests from the original 2015 episode include PostSecret founder Frank Warren, equality advocate Ash Beckham, and journalist Glenn Greenwald.
117
Welcome to the Third Row Tesla Podcast, Episode 9 with Elisabeth Soechting! In this episode, we cover what seems like one of the most controversial topics of owning a Tesla: Servicing your vehicle. Our special guest Elisabeth Soechting joins us from Vienna, Austria to chat with us about her Tesla service experience and more.   We hope you enjoy our panel discussion! ———————————— Find us on: Our website: https://thirdrowtesla.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/thirdrowtesla YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/thirdrowtesla Links to the Third Row Crew members: Sofiaan Fraval - https://teslasof.com Omar Qazi - AKA Tesla Truth AKA Steve Jobs - https://wholemars.net Vincent Yu - https://www.tesmanian.com/blogs/tesmanian-blog Vivien Hantusch - https://www.vivien.space Kristen K10 - https://twitter.com/kristennetten Galileo Russell - https://youtube.com/hyperchangetv If you'd like to support the podcast on Patreon, we'd greatly appreciate it. Please sign up here: https://www.patreon.com/thirdrow and listen to us using these links:   Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/third-row-tesla-podcast/id1489410813 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7pcPJu11dEtChvuXBXbTWC?si=94AXBEr3QDyjQUYRYw1Brg Web: https://anchor.fm/thirdrowtesla
118
A conspiracy theory, a pizza related map, and a website fighting for its very soul.Further ReadingBryan Menegus' great article, "Reddit is Tearing Itself Apart."An interview with Edgar Welch, the Pizzagate gunman.The Donald SubredditIf you have a question about a story we've reported this year, please email a voice memo of 30 seconds or less to replyall@gimletmedia.com with the subject line "updates."
119
The story of a person who wanted to change the world using the internet — by committing crimes on an unprecedented global scale.Check out Evan's book on Paul Le Roux, The Mastermind, here.
120
David Chalmers is a philosopher and cognitive scientist specializing in philosophy of mind, philosophy of language, and consciousness. He is perhaps best known for formulating the hard problem of consciousness which could be stated as “why does the feeling which accompanies awareness of sensory information exist at all?” This conversation is part of the Artificial Intelligence podcast. If you would like to get more information about this podcast go to https://lexfridman.com/ai or connect with @lexfridman on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Medium, or YouTube where you can watch the video versions of these conversations. If you enjoy the podcast, please rate it 5
121
The wait is over. Acquired returns with a very special Part II of the Sequoia Capital story, joined by the very best person in the world to help us tell it - Doug Leone. Doug is incredibly candid and insightful about all that has gone into building the modern Sequoia: from winning Google and missing Facebook, to the enormous (and enormously successful) bet on decentralized expansion in China and India, to the firm’s “proudest moment” at the depth of the dot com bust.
122
This week, the return of YYN: from a deranged mascot to the top of the FBI
123
Do animals grieve? Do they have language or consciousness? For a long time, scientists resisted the urge to look for human qualities in animals. This hour, TED speakers explore how that is changing. Guests include biological anthropologist Barbara King, dolphin researcher Denise Herzing, primatologist Frans de Waal, and ecologist Carl Safina.
124
This week, Alex and Damiano take a trip. This is the conclusion of last week's episode, Long Distance. Further ReadingSnigdha Poonam's story on tech support scams in the Hindustan TimesIf you suspect you are a victim of a tech support scammer, you see a suspicious pop-up, or get an unsolicited tech support email, you can make a complaint to the Federal Trade Commission by following this link, or by contacting the company that the call center was impersonating directly.Microsoft fraud report pageApple fraud report pageMicrosoft did a global survey of tech support scams in 2016, and the results are pretty interesting. You can find it here.
125
The state of iTunes on Windows, is the iPhone more secure than Android? Dr. Mom on what we know and don't know about the Coronavirus, Scott Wilkinson with sad news for lovers of new music on vinyl, learning accessibility features on the iPhone, to recline or not to recline with Johnny Jet, managing bookmarks in Firefox, buying a point and shoot camera, troubleshooting Exchange email on iOS, problems connecting to the Google Play Store and more of your calls! Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Scott Wilkinson, Johnny Jet, and Dick DeBartolo Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/the-tech-guy. For detailed show notes, visit techguylabs.com. Sponsors: simplisafe.com/twit LastPass.com/twit
126
This week, PJ and Alex open up the phone lines and try to solve your problems, big and small.Read Joshua Rothman's story on printers here.
127
Episode 100 baby!!! With sports tech warming up, we resume our mostly-weekly uploads as we march towards spring. Or, err...fall for Lama. Here's what we dive into this episode: - Coronavirus impact on sports tech - Favero gets on social media? - PRICE HIKES for sports tech! - Pioneer Exits the Power Meter Business - Wait, and a price drop! - Peloton bricks competitors bikes - The Suunto 7 Review (and a sad story) - Tacx/Garmin NEO Warranty Fiasco - Strava’s continued new features (!?!) --- And on social, you'll find us at: Shane's Twitter: https://twitter.com/gplama Ray's Twitter: https://twitter.com/dcrainmakerblog Pretty please with a cherry on top remember to rate this podcast on iTunes and leave a review! It's like giving us a tip in the tip jar, unless it's a penny. In which case...not so much.
128
Ugly, angry, with four legs and wrapped in gold: it was a spacecraft like nothing on Earth. The story of Grumman’s lunar module, with Kevin Fong. Starring: Charlie Duke Dick Dunne John Devaney Alan Contessa Neil Armstrong courtesy of the Johnson Space Center Oral History Project Tom Kelly courtesy of the MIT Museum Collections Theme music by Hans Zimmer for Bleeding Fingers Music #13MinutestotheMoon www.bbcworldservice.com/13minutes
129
This week, I present a very full show of recent Privacy & OSINT updates, news, tools, and resources. Support for this show comes directly from my new books Extreme Privacy and Open Source Intelligence Techniques (7th Edition). More details can be found at https://inteltechniques.com/books.html. Listen to ALL episodes at https://inteltechniques.com/podcast.html SHOW NOTES: INTRO: Goodfellas UPDATES: iPhone health app Signal: Sudo Rental Car SSN requirement PRIVACY NEWS: https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/2020/world/national-security/cia-crypto-encryption-machines-espionage/ https://apnews.com/05aa58325be0a85d44c637bd891e668f https://rekorsystems.com/press-releases/rekor-offers-affordable-license-plate-recognition-for-home-security-and-smart-homes/ https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/y3mb8b/california-police-have-been-illegally-sharing-license-plate-reader-data http://blog.ant0i.net/2020/02/down-rabbit-hole-of-harvested-personal.html https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/pkekmb/free-email-apps-spying-on-you-edison-slice-cleanfox https://www.campusreform.org/?ID=14274 https://www.zdnet.com/article/exclusive-details-of-10-6-million-of-mgm-hotel-guests-posted-on-a-hacking-forum/ PRIVACY TOOLS: https://9to5mac.com/2020/02/13/free-open-source-firewall-for-mac-lockdown/ https://amiunique.org/ https://decentraleyes.org/ OSINT RESOURCES: https://aleph.occrp.org/ https://unclaimed.org https://dis.cool/users Data Removal Workbook: https://inteltechniques.com/data/workbook.pdf Affiliate Links: VPN Considerations: https://inteltechniques.com/vpn.html ProtonVPN: https://proton.go2cloud.org/aff_c?offer_id=6&aff_id=1519 ProtonMail: http://proton.go2cloud.org/aff_c?offer_id=15&aff_id=1519 PIA: https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/pages/buy-vpn/crimeinfo Amazon: https://amzn.to/339avqo Silent Pocket: https://silent-pocket.com/discount/IntelTechniques Privacy.com: http://privacy.com/inteltechniques Fastmail: https://ref.fm/u14547153
130
This week: a bitter Yes Yes No rivalry, and the return of 10 Minutes on Craigslist. Someone has gone missing.Further ReadingThe original tweet.Loss.
131
In our final episode of the year, we revisit some stories, talk to old friends, and hear from the most remote places on the planet.For a list of all the episodes we referenced, check out our website reply.soy.
132
Speculation around the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 sounds very science fiction.
133
"You heard ‘fire’. Then you heard a scream." The Apollo 1 tragedy and what happened 21 months later – Apollo’s first successful manned mission into Earth’s orbit. With Kevin Fong. Starring: George Abbey Walt Cunningham Glynn Lunney Gerry Griffin John Aaron Jerry Bostick Courtesy of the Johnson Space Center Oral History Project: Chris Kraft Gene Kranz Wally Schirra George Jeffs Courtesy of CBS News: Gus Grissom Ed White Roger Chaffee Theme music by Hans Zimmer for Bleeding Fingers Music #13MinutestotheMoon www.bbcworldservice.com/13minutes
134
Did you come into Python from a computational science side of things? Were you just looking for something better than Excel or Matlab and got pulled in by all the Python has to offer?
135
This week, the most humiliating, unfortunate and regrettable things on the internet that simply will not come down. Also: the father who scours the internet for lost memories.
136
Original broadcast date: April 25, 2014. Love is instinctive and essential, but what is it that brings certain people together? In this hour, TED speakers examine the mystery of connection and relationships. Guests include writers Amy Webb and Jeff Kluger, Anthropologist Helen Fisher, Psychotherapist Esther Perel, and CEO Angela Patton.
137
Apple may start letting users choose their default apps, that aren't from Apple. AirPods Pro 'Lite' rumors get stronger and Special Guest Gil Cabrera joins the show to look back at the Apple iPad 10 years later. SHOW NOTES: Steve Jobs iPad Keynote: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Fk1V5NqoD4 Apple iPad Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UcWoytJPJbo You can help support this show and my independent work at www.patreon.com/briantong THANK YOU! Call into the show by recording a Voice Memo and send to applebitzshow@gmail.com
138
Some clever musicians are trying to place every melody under a Creative Common's License to bring an end to music copyright lawsuits regarding melodies they feel are stifling creativity. Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Scott Johnson, Roger Chang, Joe For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
139
When we think of the titans of industry, we used to think of names like Rockefeller, Carnegie, and Vanderbilt. But today, in 2020, we have new names that dominate the world economy: Zuckerberg, Cook, Musk, and Thiel. Above them stands one man: Jeff Bezos. Although those names control industries that are less obvious than the sprouting giant steel bridges or skyscrapers of the Second Industrial Revolution, their products arguably have just as big of an impact on our lives. Silicon Valley has become the epicenter of innovation and industry, where apps and devices dictate what our very society looks like. But lately, the sheen is coming off of these monolithic, billion-dollar companies. And while giants like Facebook have faced questions about how its platform was used to manipulate our political system and Apple has been criticised for its abusive labor practices in China, one company is only recently coming under the collective microscope: Amazon. Jeff Bezos’ empire has enjoyed a meteoric rise. And now, Amazon has become one of the most powerful, single corporate entities in the entire world. But what does that mean for all of us? In an excellent new documentary for PBS’s FRONTLINE, journalist James Jacoby examines Amazon with a fine toothed-comb. From its treatment of its factory workers, Ring, to Alexa, and asking the same question throughout: Has Amazon gone too far? This week, we have Jacoby on the show to tell us more. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
140
Susan Rice is interviewed by a16z General Partner Kathryn Haun. Rice, the former National Security Advisor and U.S. Ambassador to the U.N., learned early in life the importance of toughness in the face of adversity. In this discussion, she shares many more lessons from her personal life and career, including how to stay calm during crises, not letting others define you, and work-life balance.
141
Its decision to shed commercial aviation and rail divisions may not be enough, given the crowded business aviation market.
142
Mobile provider TalkTalk suffered a major breach in 2015. The CEO tried her best to keep angry customers calm and carry on. The UK government and Metropolitan Police investigate the breach. We get a rare glimpse of how the CEO handles the crisis.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
143
What’s the history of the Segway? How does a Segway work? What are gyroscopes? Listen in and learn more about Segways with Jonathan and Lauren. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
144
Today we’re joined by Kamran Khan, founder & CEO of BlueDot, and professor of medicine and public health at the University of Toronto. BlueDot has been the recipient of a lot of attention for being the first to publicly warn about the coronavirus that started in Wuhan. How did the company’s system of algorithms and data processing techniques help flag the potential dangers of the disease? In our conversation, Kamran talks us through how the technology works, its limits, and the motivation behind the wor
145
Your Google Home can do so much more than tell jokes and give you the forecast. Here are five ways to get more out of the Google Assistant built into your smart speaker or smart display.
146
How does a video game character get made? And how can the gaming industry improve its standards for the real humans behind its virtual characters?
147
After a secret breaks in the news, Reply All re-examines how Alex Blumberg's Uber account was hacked.This episode is a follow up to #91 The Russian Passenger and #93 Beware All.Further reading:The Best Password Managers
148
How teenagers have created their own way to preserve their digital privacy...for the ‘gram.
149
Who was Archimedes, and what did he actually invent? Join Jonathan as he revisits this classic episode. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
150
Original broadcast date: June 10, 2016. We usually get wiser with age, but that doesn't mean we have to grow up to wise up. This hour, TED speakers explore what it means to find wisdom at every stage of life. Guests include journalist Joshua Prager, writer Adora Svitak, conservationist Boyd Varty, advocate Tony Porter, and psychiatrist Robert Waldinger.
151
Join The Full Nerd gang as they talk about the latest PC hardware topics. Today's show goes into the problems GeForce Now is having keeping big publishers around, the specs we know so far around the Xbox Series X, and NZXT's new SFF case - the H1. Join the PC related discussions and ask us questions on Discord: https://discord.gg/SGPRSy7 Follow the crew on Twitter: @GordonUng @BradChacos @MorphingBall @AdamPMurray Follow PCWorld for all things PC! ------------------------------­---- SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=PCWorldVideos TWITCH: https://www.twitch.tv/PCWorldUS TWITTER: https://www.twitter.com/pcworld
152
Racism isn't always obvious, but it can be found almost everywhere. This hour, TED speakers explore the effects of everyday and systemic racism in America—and how we can work to defeat it. Guests include authors Brittney Cooper and Monique Morris, journalism professor Pat Ferrucci, clinical psychologist Howard Stevenson, and anti-racism educator Travis Jones.
153
Joe, Tim, and Ben talk about Space Tourism with Virgin Galactic and SpaceX, a possible 400mi range Tesla, and a new better but unstable rocket design
154
Our greatest breakthroughs and triumphs have one thing in common: creativity. But how do you ignite it? And how do you rekindle it? This hour, TED speakers explore ideas on jumpstarting creativity. Guests include economist Tim Harford, producer Helen Marriage, artificial intelligence researcher Steve Engels, and behavioral scientist Marily Oppezzo.
155
Earlier this month, 9to5Mac found code in the iOS 13.4 beta for a CarKey API, or application programming interface. CarKey seems to be a system that will allow your iPhone or Apple Watch to lock, unlock, even start your car… if your car has NFC and the manufacturer partners with Apple to make it all just work. And… it sounds great. Terrific even. But it also still sounds so limited compared to the Apple Watch future I’ve been dreaming about for over half a decade. Why? Let's get into it! SPONSOR: Brilliant Go to brilliant.org/vector and get 20% off their annual Premium subscription! LINKS: New ‘CarKey’ feature in iOS 13.4 beta brings built-in support for unlocking, driving, and sharing NFC car keys Apple's Upcoming 'CarKey' Feature Will Let You Send Digital Keys Using Messages App - MacRumors MORE: Merch: https://standard.tv/vector Gear: https://kit.com/reneritchie Podcast: http://applepodcasts.com/vector Twitter: https://twitter.com/reneritchie Instagram: https://instagram.com/reneritchie Mobile Nations Affiliate Link Policy SUBSCRIBE: Apple Podcasts Overcast Pocket Casts Castro RSS YouTube
156
A radical new way to do SSH authentication, special guest Jeremy Stott joins us to discuss Zero Trust SSH. Plus community news, a concerning issue for makers, an Arch server follow up, and more.Special Guests: Alex Kretzschmar, Brent Gervais, Jeremy Stott, Martin Wimpress, and Neal Gompa.Links:The makers of Jif peanut butter team up with Giphy to try to settle the GIF/Jif debate once and for all Manjaro Linux on Twitter: After several months of development we are happy to announce Manjaro Linux 19.0 release, named Kyria! Get in the C: Raspberry Pi 4 can handle a wider range of USB adapters thanks to revised design’s silent arrival Brunch with Brent: Heather Ellsworth Keep the conversation going join us on Telegram Alex’s Blog: FAA Remote ID Proposal FPVFC FAQ on FAA Remote ID NPRM - December 2019 Proposed Rule: Remote Identification of Unmanned Aircraft Systems Introducing the Uber SSH Certificate Authority - Uber Security + Privacy - Medium bless: Repository for BLESS, an SSH Certificate Authority that runs as a AWS Lambda function How Uber, Facebook, and Netflix Do SSH stoggi/sshrimp: 🦐SSH Certificate Authority in a Lambda (on the barbie) “Zero Trust SSH” - Jeremy Stott (LCA 2020) - YouTube linux.conf.au 2020 | Presentation: Zero Trust SSH Keybase SSH hallow: A SSH Certificate Authority designed for use with AWS native environments BeyondCorp: A New Approach to Enterprise Security – Google Research collascii - A collaborative ascii canvas Ly - a TUI display manager ChrisLAS Cast Ubuntu Podcast
157
Jump on-board a doomed mission to the Moon. Apollo 13: the extraordinary story, told by the people who flew it and saved it. Lift off is on 9 March. #13MinutestotheMoon Presenter: Kevin Fong Written by Kevin Fong and Andrew Luck-Baker Theme music by Hans Zimmer and Christian Lundberg for Bleeding Fingers Music
158
The 2011 DigiNotar breach changed the way browsers do security. In this episode, we learn what role a CA plays, how browsers work with CAs, and what happens when a CA is breached.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
159
This week, a new Super Tech Support: after Lizzie's Snapchat gets hacked, things start getting really creepy. Alex investigates.Michael Bazzell's PodcastThe complete Security and Privacy PodcastSteps Michael Bazzell Gave Alex to Protect HimselfHow to port your phone numberPassword ManagerGoogle AuthenticatorYubikeyMichael's workbook to freeze your credit and remove yourself from public records websitesSudoStories about Sim Swapping and OGUsers by Vice/MotherboardBy Lorenzo Francheschi-BicchieraiThe SIM HijackersHow to Protect Yourself From SIM Swapping Hacks‘TELL YOUR DAD TO GIVE US BITCOIN:’ How a Hacker Allegedly Stole Millions by Hijacking Phone NumbersHow Criminals Recruit Telecom Employees to Help Them Hijack SIM CardsAlleged 19-Year-Old SIM Swapper Used Stolen Bitcoin to Buy Luxury CarsCops Arrest Infamous SIM Swapper Who Allegedly Stole $14 Million in CryptocurrencyBy Joseph Cox'I Could Ruin Your Business Right Now': Listen to a SIM-Jacking, Account-Stealing RansomThe Organization that Lizzie Donated ToByte Back
160
This week, a flood of mysterious orders plague Domino’s Pizza stores across America. Who is Adam Pisces, and why is he ordering so many cokes?Domino's Responsible Disclosure to report any vulnerabilities on their app
161
Original broadcast date: March 4, 2016. What makes an idea, a brand, or a behavior catch fire? This hour, TED speakers explore the mysteries behind the many things we spread: laughter and sadness, imagination, viruses and viral ideas. Guests include neuroscientist Sophie Scott, entrepreneur Seth Godin, philanthropist Bill Gates, social scientist Nicholas Christakis, and historian Yuval Harari.
162
Carlos Maza started posting videos on YouTube, and ran afoul of a guy who reminded him of his high school bullies. He asked YouTube to intervene, and then things got extremely complicated.Further Reading:Carlos Maza's video series StrikethroughMark Bergen on how toxic videos became more common on YouTubeMegan Farokhmanesh's article about Google's LGBTQ employees and their reaction to the company's policy decisionsKevin Roose's "The Making of a YouTube Radical"
163
To reach a port, we must set sail.
164
On this week's iOS Today with Leo Laporte and Mikah Sargent: Augmented reality: Smash Tanks, Giphy World, Sky Guide, IKEA Place, ARia, Target, Pokémon GO, Harry Potter: Wizards Unite News: Instagram's CEO gives a perplexing excuse for the absence of an Instagram iPad app, Apple updates investors on guidance due to COVID-19, HQ Trivia shuts down, developer claims iOS is adware, Kuo claims Apple AirTags will launch in Q3 of 2020 due to increased ultra-wideband chip production. Viewer Feedback: Intermittent habit tracking with Streaks, location tracking on iOS, and a topic suggestion for parental controls. Mikah's App Cap: Pocket City Leo's App Cap: Signal Hosts: Leo Laporte and Mikah Sargent Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/ios-today. You can contribute to iOS Today by leaving us a voicemail at 757-504-iPad (757-504-4723) or sending an email to iOSToday@TWiT.tv. Sponsor: casper.com/iostoday - promo code: IOSTODAY
165
Credit card skimming is growing in popularity. Gas pumps all over are seeing skimmers attached to them. It’s growing in popularity because it’s really effective. Hackers have noticed how effective it is and have began skimming credit cards from websites. Guest Thanks to Yonathan Klijnsma from RiskIQ. Yonathan has fallen on hard times and could use your help GoFundMe Link. Sponsors This episode was sponsored by Linode. Linode supplies you with virtual servers. Visit linode.com/darknet and when signing up with a new account use code darknet2019 to get a $20 credit on your next project. Support for this episode comes from Honeybook. HoneyBook is an online business management tool that organizes your client communications, bookings, contracts, and invoices – all in one place. Visit honeybook.com/darknet to get 50% off your subscription. This episode was sponsored by CMD. Securing Linux systems is hard, let CMD help you with that. Visit https://cmd.com/dark to get a free demo. Visit darknetdiaries.com for full show notes and transcripts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
166
This episode is a unique one. On this episode, I've invited Richard Campbell and developer and podcaster who also dives deep into science and tech topics. We are going to dig into his geekout series and spend some time talking realistically about moonbases and space travel.
167
Many of us are lured by the promise of self-improvement, but find it hard to follow through. In our 100th episode, TED speakers reveal ways to discover our better selves, from simple hacks to deep introspection. TED speakers include entrepreneur Jia Jiang, Headspace co-founder Andy Puddicombe, psychologist Emily Balcetis, technologist Matt Cutts, and New York Times columnist David Brooks.
168
Original broadcast date: February 6, 2016. Sinful behavior is human, and nearly impossible to avoid. In this hour, TED speakers talk about the guilty pleasure of behaving badly and the challenge of confronting sin — and avoiding it. Guests include psychologist Christopher Ryan, former Oklahoma City mayor Mick Cornett, activist Dave Meslin, epidemiologist Gary Slutkin, entrepreneur Nick Hanauer, book editor Parul Seghal, and record-holding Jeopardy champion Ken Jennings.
169
Special guest Shea Lee joins the show to talk about Internet folklore, conspiracy theories and hoaxes and how platforms like Facebook and communities like 4chan can perpetuate misinformation. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
170
Yes Yes No returns and Alex Blumberg takes us on a journey from secret celebrity love letters to the biggest, strangest rock band you’ve never heard of. Also, basketball.See the tweet here.
171
This is the story about when a nation state hacks into a company within another nation.SponsorsThis episode was sponsored by IT Pro TV. Get 65 hours of free training by visiting ITPro.tv/darknet. And use promo code DARKNET25 to get 25% off.This episode was sponsored by Nord VPN. Visit https://nordvpn.com/darknet and use promo code “DARKNET” to get 75% off when signing up for 3 years.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
172
This week, we debut a new segment designed to help you calibrate your anger in a changing world. Plus, how to cloak yourself from all the people who are now allowed to see your internet browsing history.
173
This week, the story of a man who made the extremely dubious decision to order a watch that he found in an Instagram ad. We explore the strange world that watch came from.Further ReadingJenny ODell's "There's No Such Thing As A Free Watch"Alexis Madrigal's dropshipping articleApply here for the Reply All summer internship!
174
Darknet markets are online black markets. They are highly illegal, and dangerous to run. Hear exactly how dangerous it was for Alphabay and Hansa dark markets.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
175
Original broadcast date: June 19, 2015. We live our lives by the calendar and the clock, but time is also an abstraction, even an illusion. In this hour, TED speakers explore how our sense of time changes depending on who and where we are. Guests include director Cesar Kuriyama, poet Rives, psychologists Dan Gilbert and Laura Carstensen, and cosmologist Sean Carroll.
176
Kashmir is a region right in between India, Pakistan, and China. For the last 70 years Pakistan and India have fought over this region of the world, both wanting to take control of it. Tensions sometimes heat up which can result in people being killed. When tensions get high in the real world, some people take to the internet and hack their rivals as a form of protest. In this episode we’ll explore some of the hacking that goes on between India and Pakistan. Sponsors Support for this episode comes from Check Point. Check Point makes firewalls and security appliances you can use to combat the latest generation of cyber attacks. Upgrade your cybersecurity at CheckPoint.com Support for this episode comes from Blinkist. They offer thousands of condensed non-fiction books, so you can get through books in about 15 minutes. Check out Blinkist.com/DARKNET to start your 7 day free trial and get 25% off when you sign up. For more show notes and links visit https://darknetdiaries.com/episode/51. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
177
What makes someone lucky? Can luck be controlled, is it random, or is it based on something else entirely? This hour, TED speakers explore ideas about why some people seem so much luckier than others. Guests include former professional poker player Liv Boeree, professor of entrepreneurship Tina Seelig, community activist Amy Hunter, journalist Mark Sutcliffe, and youth services advocate Eshauna Smith.
178
Apple Music gains new features, coronavirus forces Apple to adjust earnings guidance (again), new iPhone SE and iPad Pro rumors continue, and Apple may finaly be considering third-party default apps. 9to5Mac Happy Hour is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn or through our RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. New episodes are released every Friday. Sponsored by Capterra: Visit Capterra.com/HappyHour today and join the millions of people who use Capterra each month. Stories we discuss in this episode: Ming-Chi Kuo casts doubt on 2x2 MIMO uplink support for 5G iPhone 12 Three is launching 5G in time for 'critical' launch of new iPhones Pandora now lets you stream music on the Apple Watch without iPhone iPhone 12 may use custom 5G antenna with Qualcomm modems Apple March event rumored: iPhone 9 and more expected Apple says it won't hit Q2 revenue target due to coronavirus Tim Cook details Apple’s response to coronavirus outbreak in memo to employees Bloomberg: iPhone SE 2 on track to launch in March despite coronavirus production delays, new iPad Pro in first half of the year Digitimes: New '12-inch' iPad Pro in production with 3D-sensing rear camera, likely March launch Alternate albums now get smarter handling on Apple Music Kuo: Ultra-wide band chip production ramp predicts Q3 2020 launch for Apple AirTags watchOS 6.1.3 for Apple Watch available today with critical bug fixes iPhone 9 mass production 'likely' delayed due to coronavirus, report says China to Taiwan: Apple shifting production over coronavirus Bloomberg: Apple considers allowing iPhone users to set third-party web browsers and email apps as defaults, native Spotify on HomePod Apple Music for Mac adds time-synced lyrics feature in latest macOS 10.15.4 beta Episode 32: CES and HomeKit Roundtable with Special Guests Zac Hall, Adam Justice and Richard Gunther Subscribe, Rate, and Review 9to5Mac Happy Hour! https://twitter.com/apollozac/status/1229947001527246854 Follow Zac: Instagram @apollozac Twitter @apollozac Follow Benjamin: Twitter @bzamayo Follow 9to5Mac: Instagram @9to5mac Twitter @9to5mac Facebook Listen & Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Overcast Spotify Share your thoughts! Drop us a line at happyhour@9to5mac.com. You can also rate us in Apple Podcasts or recommend us in Overcast to help more people discover the show!
179
Matt’s wife died a decade ago. Now, everywhere he goes on the internet, he can’t escape advertisements for clickbait sites with her picture on it. This week, Super Tech Support tries to help out.Matt's non-profit, the Liz Logelin Foundation
180
Can you use Windows on a Chromebook? Is there a device that will weigh you and take your blood pressure? Tips for building a gaming PC, SONUS vs an AV receiver for streaming, phishing scams, where to get an old classic amp, how to connect two buildings with WiFI, and more of your calls! Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Scott Wilkinson, Johnny Jet, and Dick DeBartolo Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/the-tech-guy. For detailed show notes, visit techguylabs.com. Sponsor: Wasabi.com offer code TWiT