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Ever wish you lived in a bygone era? Then get ready to have your dreams of nostalgia crushed! Join three sassy ladies as they highlight the awful parts of world history that we’ve forgotten - or tried to forget. You may be feeling down about the present, but from plagues and pox to wars and witch trials, we can assure you that everything always sucked. 'Everything Always Sucked' is a history-comedy podcast and is NSFW.
 
F1 Nation is a weekly podcast aiming to unite like-minded fans from around the world. Join Tom Clarkson, Damon Hill and Natalie Pinkham as they bring you a slice of light-hearted F1 chat, with guests, debates and plenty of laughs…
 
Join VeggieTales and What's in the Bible? creator Phil Vischer and co-host Skye Jethani (author, speaker, pastor) for a fast-paced and often funny conversation about pop culture, media, theology, and the fun, fun, fun of living a thoughtful Christian life in an increasingly post-Christian culture.
 
Citizen Radio is hosted by Allison Kilkenny and is dedicated to covering the stories that the mainstream, corporate media ignores. It's like Democracy Now but with much more swearing. They have interviewed such distinct intellectuals, bands, and comics such as Noam Chomsky, Ralph Nader, Rachel Maddow, Melissa Harris-Perry, Tariq Ali, Howard Zinn, Matt Taibbi, Rise Against, System of a Down, Anti-Flag, Bad Religion, Jeremy Scahill, Robin Williams, Matt Besser, Janeane Garofalo, and more. “[Ci ...
 
Profiles in Franceformation is the podcast where we hear from inspiring people who have pursued their dream of moving to France. We learn about why they moved, how they overcame the challenges they faced, and what they love - and hate - about living in France. I hope that hearing their stories can help you to pursue your dreams and maybe, your very own Franceformation.
 
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We talk about the chip shortage a lot on DTNS and I think we do a pretty good job of explaining the basics of the issue. There was fluctuation in orders there was unexpected demand and the chip plants are now operating at capacity while they try to work through the backlog and bring on new plants to add capacity. The shortage was most acute in auto…
 
Apple sends a cease and desist letter to a Chinese citizen who leaked information about stolen iPhone prototypes on social media. Is preventing leaks a way to keep consumers engaged or just to keep corporate secrets? And a big roundup of China related tech stories on the government’s latest crackdowns on tech and what it means. Starring Tom Merritt…
 
Facebook continued the trend of stellar tech company earnings reports with revenue up 56% and monthly active users up 7% to 2.9 billion. Reviews for Intel’s gaming NUC 11 Extreme enthusiast gaming PC have arrived. See how well it rated. Finally 1st and 2nd generation Kindles might lose their ability to download eBooks. We discuss your options. Star…
 
We examine the exploding phenomenon of Virtual Idols on YouTube. What are Virtual Idols and why are they so popular on Google’s online video platform? Spotify listeners rose 22% to 365 million in Q2. That might sound pretty good, but it’s less than everyone, including Spotify, expected. And Sony reports the PS5 is their fastest selling video game c…
 
Earlier this year, Gregory Thompson and Duke Kwon released their book “Reparations: A Christian Call for Repentance and Repair,” in which they make a biblical argument for the American church’s responsibility to repay the debts inflicted upon black communities by systemic racism and white supremacy. In this moment of political division and evangeli…
 
Intel unveils its latest company road map which includes plans to build chips for Qualcomm, Facebook issues a voluntary recall of the Oculus 2 and Samsung announces what to expect from its upcoming August 11th event. Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Nate Lanxon, Roger Chang, Joe. Link to the Show Notes. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-ou…
 
After the thrills and spills of Silverstone, Damon and Tom return to preview the final race before the summer break, in Hungary. First up they discuss the continuing fallout from Hamilton and Verstappen’s clash in Britain, including that 1.8m dollar damage bill that Red Bull have revealed. Then F1 Nation’s Dutch correspondent - Jack Plooij from bro…
 
China’s State Administration for Market Regulation ordered Tencent to end its exclusive music licensing rights within 30 days including requirements for copyright holders to give the company better treatment than rivals. Google announced it will now designate a subset of APIs across the company as Google Enterprise APIs, which will be subject to st…
 
Welcome to Seniors In Tech, a podcast mini-series where we bust stereotypes by talking to seniors who either worked in the tech industry at the beginning of the digital era, and or are currently tech-fluent in their everyday lives. I’m Dr. Niki Ackermans and in this final installment of Seniors In Tech we're talking to Dr. Ruth Pordes. A software e…
 
On Wednesday, the US Federal Trade Commission voted to increase its enforcement of laws against repair restrictions that prevent small businesses, workers, consumers, and even government entities from fixing their own products. We discuss where the current state of right to repair is at and what we can expect in the near future. Starring Tom Merrit…
 
Netflix loses 400,000 plus North American subscribers, Tumblr is testing a new feature called Post+ that lets some users charge their followers a monthly fee for exclusive content, and a market survey has revealed 75% of TikTok visitors discover musical artists there, while 63% say it’s a source for music they haven’t heard before. Starring Tom Mer…
 
When news broke that the new president of the SBC lifted portions of his message from the previous SBC president’s sermon without attribution, #Sermongate erupted. The Holy Post crew unpacks the controversy, why so many pastors either outsource their sermon prep or plagiarize, and why the pressure to preach may be harming the church. Then, in a dra…
 
Priavacy-focused search engine DuckDuck Go is offering an email protection feature. Sony announced two high-end home theater products with HDMI 2.1 passthrough ports that support 8K, 4K gaming at 120 Hertz, Dolby Vision HDR, eARC and more. Two former WhatsApp employees launched the HalloApp a private ad-free social network. Starring Tom Merritt, Sa…
 
What a weekend that was in Silverstone! From Friday qualifying to Saturday’s Sprint and THAT incident in Sunday’s race, there wasn’t a dull moment. Fresh from the circuit, Damon, Tom and Natalie reconvene to digest all the action, starting of course with that controversial clash between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton. Whose fault was it and was …
 
A forensic analysis report by Amnesty International claims NSO Group’s Pegasus software was used by clients to compromise the phones of more than 1,000 heads of state, politicians, journalists, activists, and business executives in more than 50 countries. Warner Media will launch a streaming news service in the US under the CNN banner called– you c…
 
Welcome to Seniors In Tech, a podcast mini-series where we bust stereotypes by talking to seniors who either worked in the tech industry at the beginning of the digital era, and or are currently tech-fluent in their everyday lives. I’m Dr. Niki Ackermans and this week we are talking to Sandra Foster, a former High School French teacher who taught h…
 
Friend of the show Darren Kitchen has made the road his home with a van kitted out with some of things you might expect, like a table, bed, cooking equipment. But when you hack across America, you need a lot of tech in that van too. Thankfully Darren has agreed to tell us about some of the gear he’s used to tech out the van. Starring Tom Merritt, S…
 
Calvin University history professor Kristin Kobes Du Mez joins Skye Jethani to discuss her bestselling book, "Jesus & John Wayne." In this episode, they look at the rise of Donald Trump among white evangelicals and how their response to the January 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol mirrors reactions to scandals involving celebrity church leaders. Du M…
 
Netflix announced it has hired Mike Verdu as its Vice President of game development. The US Consumer Product Safety Commission said it has sued Amazon to recall hundreds of thousands of hazardous products distributed on its platform. China’s National Bureau of Statistics reported integrated circuit output in the country rose 43.9% on the year in Ma…
 
Microsoft’s new easy-to-set-up and use virtual windows machine service called Windows 365. Scientists at the University of Oxford and University of Liverpool published a study in the journal New Media and Society called “More diverse, more politically varied: How social media, search engines and aggregators shape news repertoires in the United King…
 
This 4th of July, Hobby Lobby took out a controversial full page newspaper ad featuring quotes, or mis-quotes, from America’s founders about being a Christian nation. An editorial from Robert P. Jones says July 4th is a time to decide what we believe more—the Declaration of Independence that says all people are created equal, or the European doctri…
 
France’s competition authority fined Google €500 million for not negotiating in good faith to pay news publishers for the right to show their headlines and snippets in search and news results. The Verge’s Chaim Gartenberg discovered that the iPhone’s built-in weather app on recent versions of iOS never shows the temperature as 69 degrees Fahrenheit…
 
Forget about the football, this week is all about F1 at Silverstone and the British Grand Prix. To celebrate, Tom and Damon are joined by Williams’ young superstar George Russell to look ahead to his home race – and the exciting arrival of F1 Sprint and a new weekend format. He also discusses his F1 future and whether there’ll be any announcements …
 
Will a crowdsourced ransom payments tracking website called Ransomwhe.re provide empirical evidence companies need to determine if paying ransomware is beneficial? Plus we examine the impact of PhD students Rodrigo Ochigame and Katherine Ye Search Atlas, a project that displays results from different geographic versions of Google Search, and can ch…
 
In this episode Niki interviews former US Robotics engineer, software/hardware developer and part-time paramedic Michael Musiel about his lenghty career in tech includustry from the late 70s through the present day. You can follow Michael's podcast here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-podcast-that-shall-not-be-named/id674558126 Starring:…
 
The Biden administration issues an executive order that encourages the FCC to restore open internet rules, limit early termination fees by ISPs, limit the ability of ISPs to sign exclusive deals with landlords, and require reporting of ISP prices and rates. Square’s hardware head Jesse Dorogusker announced the company will make a hardware wallet fo…
 
Calvin University history professor Kristin Kobes Du Mez joins Skye Jethani to discuss her bestselling book, “Jesus & John Wayne.” In this episode, they examine why white evangelicalism left behind some of its militant rhetoric after the Cold War ended in the early 1990s to embrace a kinder, gentler approach epitomized by the Promise Keepers moveme…
 
Start-ups position robots as bee replacements in the all-important crop pollination role, Thirty-seven US state and district attorneys general have sued Google in California federal court, alleging it unlawfully maintains a monopoly with the Google Play Store and Steve Wozniak argues for the right to repair. Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Justin…
 
South Korea lawmakers are considering a revision to a law restricting children from playing games after midnight and China’s Tencent will use facial recognition to stop minors in China from playing video games between 10 pm and 8 am or for more than 90 minutes per day. Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Scott Johnson, Owen JJ Stone, Roger Chang, Joe…
 
Phil, Christian, and Skye do a deep dive into George Packer’s recent article in the Atlantic called “How America Fractured into 4 Parts.” Packer argues that Americans no longer agree on the country’s purpose, values, history, or meaning. Is he right? And how do Packer’s 4 Americas map onto the church? Then, Skye interviews Kyle Strobel about his ne…
 
New owners of Audacity updated the audio editor’s privacy policy with language indicating it was collecting user data for analytics and legal enforcement. Nintendo announced a new version of the Switch game console with a 7-inch screen and 720p OLED display. And Norway passed a law requiring anyone being paid to post on social media to disclose if …
 
And just like that, the triple header is over! After the third race in three weeks, Damon, Natalie and Tom reconvene to pick over events at the Red Bull Ring - including those much debated penalties to Lando Norris and Sergio Perez. They also discuss Max Verstappen’s dominance, Lewis Hamilton’s new contract, Fernando Alonso’s bromance with George R…
 
Welcome to Seniors In Tech, a podcast mini-series where we bust stereotypes by talking to seniors who either worked in the tech industry at the beginning of the digital era, and or are currently tech-fluent in their everyday lives. I’m Dr. Niki Ackermans and this week we are talking to Allison Sheridan, who used to work in engineering and is also o…
 
Nikkei Asia’s (NEE-kay Asia’s) sources say Intel and Apple began testing chip designs using TSMC’s 3-nanometer production technology, security researchers at Northeastern University purchased 86 used Echo Dot devices and found “all previous passwords and tokens, remains on the flash memory, sometimes even after a factory reset, and CNET’s Dan Acker…
 
Calvin University history professor Kristin Kobes Du Mez joins Skye Jethani to continue discussing her bestselling book, "Jesus & John Wayne." In this episode, they discuss how evangelicalism fought to maintain traditional authority structures in the home and society, except when those authority structures didn't fit their own political interests w…
 
Amazon seeks an alliance of app makers to challenge Microsoft, Instagram will start experimenting showing users full-screen videos over the coming months, and the OECD released a framework to set a minimum tax of 15% for the world’s 100 biggest companies, targeted mostly at tech companies. Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Justin Robert Young, Roge…
 
Bloomberg’s sources say Microsoft and Google will not renew a non-aggression pact in place since April 2016, Facebook launched a subscription newsletter service called Bulletin, and The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced a change in reporting requirements for autonomous driving systems. Starring Sarah Lane, Rich Stroffolino, S…
 
Tyler Huckabee, senior editor for Relevant, joins the Holy Post crew to defend his recent article about VeggieTales. Did Phil’s mom trick him into creating vegetable characters who are beyond God’s salvation? Then, over 1,000 Cru staff members say the parachurch ministry’s focus on diversity and racism has resulted in mission drift. Are they right …
 
Alphabet’s drone-delivery company, Wing, in cooperation with the FAA launched the OpenSky app in the US. The app will allow hobbyist and commercial operators alike see where they can legally fly drones and request approval to operate in areas that are otherwise restricted. The Information’s sources say that as of May 2021, Apple is on track to spen…
 
The Red Bull Ring lived up to its name as Red Bull’s Max Verstappen eased to victory over Lewis Hamilton in the Styrian Grand Prix. Tom and Natalie unpack how it all played out, and are joined by Mercedes’ Technical Director James Allison to discuss the Silver Arrows’ defeat and how they plan to respond at the same track next weekend. There’s also …
 
Mobile World Congress starts this week with Samsung revealing details about its WearOS partnership with Google. Plus as more and more music streaming options appear on the market we ask if high definition music is really worth having? Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Patrick Norton, Roger Chang, Joe. Link to the Show Notes. See acast.com/privacy f…
 
We talk to Christophe Zajac-Denek about his lived experience with accessibility needs as a person with dwarfism. Western Digital puts a security warning regarding some of their My Book Live products. And Microsoft clarifies TPM requirements for Windows 11. Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Robb Dunewood, Christophe Zajac-Denek, Roger Chang, Joe. Li…
 
Calvin University history professor Kristin Kobes Du Mez joins Skye Jethani (co-host of The Holy Post) to discuss her bestselling book, “Jesus & John Wayne.” In this episode, they discuss how the Cold War shaped and defined American evangelicalism, how it differed from earlier 19th-century evangelicalism, and the lingering effects of the Cold War o…
 
Often when we talk about Accessibility we discuss the way applications allow people who are vision impaired, deaf or have limited dexterity to use them. But what about the tools that create those applications? We talk to the creator of a blind accessible programming Andreas Stefik, Ph.D. Associate Professor Computer Science University of Nevada, La…
 
In this conversation, I talk with post-theist theologian / writer / educator Maria French about what it means to be a post-Christian person of faith. We share stories from our early years of childlike belief, our struggles to overcome indoctrination and find freedom, and our adventures in theology on the other side of belief in God. I'm so glad I g…
 
Accessibility in video games is an often unnoticed and unappreciated aspect of game development. We ask two game developers to help us understand the work and guidelines they use to ensure that everyone can enjoy video gaming despite their disabilities. Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Scott Johnson, Jennifer Ash, Andrew Davis, Roger Chang, Joe. L…
 
With Skye out of town, Phil invites “hardest working man in evangelicalism” Ed Stetzer to sit in and discuss what went down in Nashville last week when 17,000 Southern Baptists all got in one room. What does it mean for Southern Baptists? What does it mean for evangelicalism? And does the mainstream media know the difference between the two? There …
 
Accessibility week rolls-on as we talk to David Woodbridge about his work in reviewing device accessibility and the criteria and metrics he uses. Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Allison Sheridan, David Woodbridge, Roger Chang, Joe. Link to the Show Notes. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Merci beaucoup, Paul Ricard! Damon, TC and Pinks re-live a thrilling French Grand Prix and marvel at Red Bull’s winning strategy. Damon gives his take on Valtteri Bottas’ radio fury, Max Verstappen’s Turn 1 wobble and Mercedes’ chassis swap. The gang also discuss a great weekend for McLaren and try and get to the bottom of Ferrari’s tyre woes. With…
 
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