Download: Episode 59
This week Audrey and I chat about Gmail updates, a recent Microsoft counterfeiting case, mobile network spoofing with a VGA adapter, the Portland Smart Cities initiative, and more. Enjoy!
- [01:00] The Responsible Communication Style Guide is headed back to the printers! – The Responsible Communication Style Guide
- [02:05] Issue 9: Hard problems – The Recompiler
- [03:19] Gmail.com gets its biggest upgrade since 2011 with today’s redesign launch | Ars Technica
- [04:10] Here Are the Major New Features Google Added to Gmail Today (and What It Didn’t)
- [16:23] How Microsoft helped imprison a man for ‘counterfeiting’ software it gives away for free – TechCrunch
- [25:15] Spoofing Cell Networks with a USB to VGA Adapter | Hackaday
- [25:24] Software-defined radio – Wikipedia
- [29:54] steve-m/fl2k-examples: Example flowgraphs for osmo-fl2k
- [31:54] Portland Smart Cities Initiative
- [32:51] Smart City PDX
- [33:34] PBOT Smart Cities_Placemat (pdf)
- [36:03] PBOT places bet on ‘smart city’ tech to count bikes and make streets safer – BikePortland.org
- [36:05] Pamplin Media Group – ‘Smart’ streetlights sign of things to come around town
- [45:03] rae paoletta on Twitter: “I love that all animals are friends with capybaras and…”
- [46:31] El Paquete Semanal: The Week’s Internet in Havana
The Responsible Communication Style Guide is headed back to the printers!
When we sold out of print copies of The Responsible Communication Style Guide last fall, we promised to do another print run in early 2018. We’re happy to announce that we’re ready.
If you’ve been waiting to pick up a printed book (or enough for the rest of the office so they stop filching your copy), this is your chance. Order now!
Issue 9: Hard Problems is now shipping!
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