Post-Singularity, Comcast Will Harasses Itself

2014-08-16

Robin Williams was a Geek. One of us! One of us! Plus gleanings from Defcon — reasons to be freaked out/encouraged by the efforts of hackers — The Singularity, Comcast as a synonym for misery, and more geeky news.

HTTPS: Science Fiction vs. Science Fact

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2014-08-09

Science fiction is cool, science fact is hot, and skipping a web certificate can make you harder to find. This and more on this episode’s Week in Geek with Lyle, Ben, and Miles.

Jailbroken Cookies Taste like Puppies

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2014-08-02

Jailbroken phones vs unlocked, new puppy, NASA engine? or not? 3d printed stuff delivery service, high-speed internet is more likely with competition, and more GeekNews.

Also, did we mention Lyle got a puppy? Puppy!!!

FCC Unlocks Verizon for Netflix Keyboards

2014-07-26

Google gets into health, domain miscreant gets its due, various Verizon shenanigans, fancy keyboards, and more on this Week in Geek with Bonnie, Lindsey, and Miles.

Node.js Packages Noriega's Cratering Verizon Service

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2014-07-19

Daniel Shaw, founder of NodeSource, joins the Geeks to talk about open source software development, NodeJS and running a software company.

Tesla is not Tesla, and your phone is not FM Radio

2014-07-12

The Geeks debate government intervention in the name of emergency situations, highlight pretty pictures for your computer, look at efforts to go to the stars, and the usual cynical eyeballing of what Big Tech is up to. Join Bonnie, Lindsey, and Lyle as they discuss the Week in Geek.

The Politics of Fighting Fire with Fire

2014-07-05

The Mayday Superpac, patent reform in peril, unfunding NSA surveillance, how mosaics lead to Amazon Fire TV blowback, and more geek news with Bonnie and Lindsey.

Solar Thermal Aggregates Medical Data at 60fps

2014-06-28

Though Germany is not happy with the US at least now in the US your cell phone can’t be searched without consent.