Direct download link: Episode 16
In this week’s episode, Christie and Audrey chat about the Nintendo Switch. We’re both excited about the Switch and what it means in terms of mobile computing power, but disappointed in the lack of diversity in Nintendo’s video. We talk about the implications of Tesla shipping all their models with self-driving hardware, including a surprising, or perhaps not so surprising, restriction in their terms of service. Lastly, we go behind the scenes at The Recompiler and share how things are going and what we’re working on for next year. Enjoy!
- All Tesla Cars Being Produced Now Have Full Self-Driving Hardware, Tesla press release
- Don’t plan on using your autonomous Tesla to earn money with Uber or Lyft, via Ars Technica
- Announcement from Nintendo, with video
- ‘Switch’ is Nintendo’s next game console, via Engadget
- Carving a Path (programming with Kinect 360), from Issue 3 of The Recompiler
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