TDH – I Don’t Believe Zuckerberg

This week on the show, I talked at length about the latest DMCA exemptions, Apple’s latest hardware offerings, and about how Iceland crowd-sourced the writing of their new Constitiution. I wish the country the best of luck, and I hope that it all works out for the best for them, as a model for the future of government in this digital age. Also folks, be safe about your phones this flu and cold season.

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New York Times Readers Pay More Than Ever

New DMCA Exceptions

Tim Cook on the iPad Mini

New iMac 21.5 No User Upgradable RAM

Apple to Release Pandora Competitor in 2013

Nexus 4 Product Page From UK Retailer

Windows 8 Debut

Windows 8 is Too Far for Enterprise

6-Bit Byte
Icelanders Approve Crowdsourced Constitution

Facebook Frackups
Zuckerberg Still Touting Mobile
Science News
New Wireless Protocol to Increase Bandwidth

Smartphone Germs


TDH – Politics from the Edge of Space

This week on the show, I was a little distracted with Felix Baumgartner’s record setting jump from the edge of space as I talked about the science and technology policies of the two presidential candidates, among some other time filling stories. If you are interested in the jump, at the time of writing, Felix was able to break all the records he set out to break with the exception of the longest time in free fall, that record will remain with his mentor Joe Kittinger. Thanks for listening, and go Vote!

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Presidential Policy Segment

Acoustic Barcodes

Apple and the Swiss Rail’s Clock

Reading someone’s Gmail isn’t an Offense

3D Printer DRM

Science News
Nobel Awarded to Quantum Computing

TDH – Some Real Discussion

This week on the show, I talk about a fair amount of things, ranging from Microsoft’s rumored acquisition of the streaming service Rdio, to the possibility of a wristwatch that could replace the smart features of your smart phone. It is a real point of change for people as they have the power to comment on politics on Twitter, and have access to many books through Google’s library project. Enjoy!

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Sony Halts New Xpieria Rollout

Microsoft to Acquire Rdio?

Sprint to Fight T-Mo for MetroPCS

MegaUpload Users MIGHT Get Data Back

Google and Book Publishers Settle

Google Patent Hints at Glass Wristwatch

Lockitron, Unlock you Door with a Phone

Apple Remembers Jobs

Presidential Debate saw 10.3 Million Tweets

Facebook Frackups
Facebook Hits 1 Billion Active Users

Facebook Tries to Convince People that It and The Internet are Synonymous

6-bit Byte
Republicans out Democrat on WoW

Our Robot Overlords can Already Play Catch