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  • Ham Nation 356: CQ Field Day, CQ Field Day

    Ham Nation (Audio)

    More Pineboard Projects with Bob Heil, Field Day safety with Gordo, the Young Ladies Radio League, the ultimate Field Day setup with Valerie, Field Day preparation with George, Field Day food with Amanda and more!

    Hosts: Bob Heil, Gordon West, George Thomas, Don Wilbanks, Valerie Hotzfeld, and Amanda Alden

    We invite you to read, add to, and amend our show notes at

    Submit your own video to Ham Nation at [email protected]

    Thanks to Joe Walsh who wrote and plays the Ham Nation theme.

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  • Week in review: media mergers, Apple + Oprah, YouTube
    USA TODAY Talking Tech

    Jefferson Graham runs down the week's top tech stories with USA TODAY's Laura Mandaro and Edward C. Baig on Talking Tech.

  • Currentgeek 174
    Scott Johnson 24

    The D&D downfall that almost happened. George Lucas was about to get weird with Star Wars. Bats keep your books safe! HBO has the next Thrones show runner! Comcast is officially bidding on Fox stuff. Pop Quiz! FourCast! The Best movie of all time this week! And more!

    Geek Juice Radio

    A post-mortem discussion after our TO SIR WITH LOVE riff turns into a rambling discussion of youthful rebellion, teaching & parenting (and the lack thereof) and modern interconnectivity then spirals into several other areas...all done in our nonconfrontational and polite style

  • E179 - E3 2018 - de største, hotteste nyhetene!
    Level BackUp

    Etter å ha kjørt hype-toget tvers gjennom alle de store pressekonferansene på spillmessen E3 2018, parkerer vi i ukens podcast og kommer med alle de største høydepunktene. Hvilke spill likte vi best? Hvilken pressekonferanse var best? Hva kan vi spå om fremtiden? Og klarer vi å holde oss våkne i to timer? ALT dette, og mye mer, får du vite i vår STORE E3 2018-SPESIAL!

  • DTNS 3309 - Chief Justice Etsy
    Daily Tech News Show

    The US Supreme Court rules that states can force online stores to collect taxes on goods sold in their jurisdiction. How will this ruling shake up the e-tailing space in the USA and what will it mean for smaller players?

  • Why would anyone be a Verizon Wireless customer?
    USA TODAY Talking Tech

    Why would anyone in their right mind continue paying for Verizon Wireless, when it charges more than competitors? Jefferson Graham weighs in on Talking Tech.

  • Apple's entertainment push - Oprah, Speilberg, Reese
    USA TODAY Talking Tech

    Jefferson Graham reports on Apple's entertainment push for what's expected to be a new streaming service, with deals with Hollywood royalty like Steven Spielberg, Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston.

  • Alexa, are you really listening to me in a hotel room?
    USA TODAY Talking Tech

    Amazon announced a new alliance to bring Echo connected speakers into hotel rooms by Marriott over the summer. You can ask for pool hours, housekeeping, and worry about being monitored. Jefferson Graham reports on #TalkingTech.

  • Instance 526
    Scott Johnson 24

    The new title music is out and it's pretty ok! Or is it? What we learned from Ion in the latest Q&A. What we learned from the E3 story panel the WoW team did. The new book is out! Around Blizzard, and your emails!

  • FLOSS Weekly 488: Keycloak

    FLOSS Weekly (Audio)

    Keycloak is an open source Identity and Access Management solution aimed at modern applications and services. Stian Thorgersen is one of the two founders of Keycloak and is currently the project lead. Sébastien Blanc is part of the Keycloak team. Besides his engineering tasks he is also the "Keycloak Evangelist" and travels the world to speak about Keycloak at conferences (FOSDEM, Devoxx, JavaOne etc ...).

    Hosts: Randal Schwartz and Simon Phipps

    Guests: Stian Thorgersen and Sébastien Blanc

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    Here's what's coming up for FLOSS in the future.

    Think your open source project should be on FLOSS Weekly? Email Randal at [email protected]

    Thanks to CacheFly for providing the bandwidth for this podcast and Lullabot's Jeff Robbins, web designer and musician, for our theme music.


    Mash Those Buttons
    The Division

    This week #TeamSITREP discuss microtransactions in #TheDivision2, and the heavily hinted return of Survival in the sequel.

  • This Week in Google 462: The People Formerly Known as the Audience

    This Week in Google (Audio)

    • As Instagram launches IGTV, the future of broadcasting is rapidly evolving. We explore Skam Austin, a new Facebook/Instagram show/experience/new media experiment.
    • Fortnight is bringing eSports into the mainstream at last.
    • Meanwhile, a new European copyright law will make memes illegal.
    • Disney fights back against Comcast in the battle for Fox.
    • Android Messenger might finally be the Google messaging platform we've been waiting for.
    • The Oppo Find X solves the all screen, no notch problem with a pop-up camera.
    • How to get your money back if you've been scammed by a Nigerian prince.
    • Sell your CryptoKitties now! Leo and Stacey explain blockchain and ICOs.

    Picks of the Week:

    • Stacey's Thing 1: SYLVANIA LIGHTIFY ZigBee Outdoor Colored Gardenspot Starter Kit
    • Stacey's Thing 2: Delta Voice Activated Faucet with Alexa
    • Jeff's Number 1: Facebook RAICES campaign raises over $13 million, $3 million during this show alone.
    • Jeff's Number 2: Facebook stock at all-time high
    • Jeff's Number 3: Twitter and Square on the verge of doubling
    • Leo's Tool: Google Podcasts App

    Hosts: Leo Laporte, Jeff Jarvis, and Stacey Higginbotham

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  • The Tech Guy 1497

    The Tech Guy (Audio)

    Crowdfunding an indie band, staying safe from the VPN Filter hack, troubleshooting HDMI handshake issues, speeding up an iMac, reinstalling Windows 10 on a hybrid drive, beware of new scam calls and more of your calls!

    Host: Leo Laporte

    Guests: Scott Wilkinson, Johnny Jet, and Dick DeBartolo

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  • Security Now 668: Lazy FPU State Restore

    Security Now (Audio)

    This week we examine a rather "mega" patch Tuesday, a nifty hack of Win10's Cortana, Microsoft's official "when do we patch" guidelines, the continuing tweaking of web browser behavior for our sanity, a widespread Windows 10 rootkit, the resurgence of the Satori IoT botnet, clipboard monitoring malware, a forthcoming change in Chrome's extensions policy, hacking apparent download counts on the Android store, some miscellany, an update on the status of Spectre & Meltdown... and yes, yet another brand new speculative execution vulnerability our OSes will be needing to patch against.

    Hosts: Steve Gibson and Leo Laporte

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    You can submit a question to Security Now! at the GRC Feedback Page.

    For 16kbps versions, transcripts, and notes (including fixes), visit Steve's site:, also the home of the best disk maintenance and recovery utility ever written Spinrite 6.

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  • DTNS 3310 - Sewing the Seeds of Success
    Daily Tech News Show

    What's the state of diversity in tech and are the steps used to help improve the situation working? Plus YouTube announces new revenue options for creators and US Supreme Court rules that privacy in the digital age includes cellphone data held by 3rd parties.

  • E3 Roundup 2018
    Unlimited Lives

    Holden McNeeley joins Unlimited Lives for the gang’s favorite episode of the year!

  • Windows Weekly 575: COD Cake

    Windows Weekly (Audio)

    • Satya Nadella speaks out against US immigration policy.
    • Controversy of the week: April 2018 Update is fully deployable or something.
    • Windows 10 Redstone 5: Microsoft is (finally) bringing SwiftKey to Windows 10 (and, at some point, autoplay blocking to Edge).
    • Windows Server 2019: Microsoft releases first test build with Hyper-V 2019 preview.
    • Microsoft's buying spree continues: Microsoft buys Flipgrid in continued education push, AI startup Bonsai.
    • Adobe, Microsoft team on integrated PDF services for Office 365 commercial.
    • Evernote comes to Microsoft Teams.
    • Microsoft tries to be the un-Amazon for retail.
    • No, Office 365 is not being completely rewritten in JavaScript.
    • Mobile: Paul is trying to transition to Microsoft Launcher on Android. Why? Also, Microsoft Edge for Android will soon feature integrated ad blocking.
    • Xbox/games: the circle is now complete: COD: Modern Warfare 3 is now on Backward Compatibility, Fortnite is so successful that it's going to ruin Call of Duty.

    Tips and picks

    • Tip of the week: Use Microsoft Rewards
    • App pick of the week: Google Podcasts and Tubi
    • Codename pick of the week: Midori, Lingo, Lexington, Gibson
    • Beer pick of the week: Revival Brewing Night Swimah

    Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott

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    The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin.


  • DTNS 3306 - "Flat Earth" is the Voltron of Conspiracy Theories
    Daily Tech News Show

    Conspiracy theories are staple of the Internet. Posts about adulterated ingredients at fast food restaurants, videos about alleged political shenanigans, and forums discussing the latest evidence proving man's greatest achievements were hoaxes find a ready audience online. We examine the role that the Internet plays in conspiracy theories and if its influence is perhaps a bit less than most people assume.

  • Daily Tech Headlines for June 21, 2018
    Daily Tech News Show

    Brian Krzanich out as Intel CEO, Microsoft says it's not working on VR for Xbox, AT&T shares Watch TV internet service partners.