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ScanNetSecurity 最新セキュリティ情報
現在も 12 %が業務で Internet Explorer を使用

ScanNetSecurity 最新セキュリティ情報

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 0:09


 バルテス株式会社は8月2日、「Internet Explorer 11 サポート終了に関するアンケート調査」の結果を発表した。

Podcast Pada Waktu Itu
#33 - Terima Kasih Internet Explorer (Throwback Time!)

Podcast Pada Waktu Itu

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 21:57


Pastinya dari sebagian orang kenal internet dimulai dengan browser ini, ya kan? Semenjak dapat berita yang tidak menyenangkan, tapi kenangan dengan browser ini banyak banget. Di episode #throwbacktime kali ini, kita bernostalgia dengan browser andalan ketika mau download browser favorit kita :D RIP Internet Explorer, 16 Agustus 1995 - 15 Juni 2022. #throwbacktime #kilasbalik #internetexplorer #padawaktuitu #tbt #throwbackthursday #generasi2000an

Freedom Adventure Podcast
433 Microsoft's Internet Explorer and Antitrust

Freedom Adventure Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 22:38


William F. Shughart II of the Independent Institute says the Department of Justice owes tax payers and computer users an apology for the Microsoft Antitrust. Competitors who can't compete force antitrust not consumers. The main complaint was bundling Internet Explorer with Microsoft. Creative destruction took care of Internet Explorer.

MacVoices Audio
MacVoices #22154: MacVoices Live! - More Apple Watch and Health; The Internet Explorer Hauntings (3)

MacVoices Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 33:59


The MacVoices Live! panel of Chuck Joiner, Jim Rea, David Ginsburg, Warren Sklar, Jeff Gamet, Guy Serle, and Mark Fuccio wraps up our conversation about the health capabilities of the Apple Watch and what they can mean for you, and consider the problem of Internet Explorer and what it says about corporate management priorities and corporate IT. (Part 3)   This edition of MacVoices is supported by Zocdoc. Find local doctors who take your insurance at Zocdoc.com/macvoices. Show Notes: Links: Report reveals half of Japan's businesses had yet to ditch Internet Explorer on Engadget Learn Kubernetes Basics Guests: Mark Fuccio is actively involved in high tech startup companies, both as a principle at piqsure.com, or as a marketing advisor through his consulting practice Tactics Sells High Tech, Inc. Mark was a proud investor in Microsoft from the mid-1990's selling in mid 2000, and hopes one day that MSFT will be again an attractive investment. You can contact Mark through Twitter on LinkedIn. Jeff Gamet is a technology blogger, podcaster, author, and public speaker. Previously, he was The Mac Observer's Managing Editor, and the TextExpander Evangelist for Smile. He has presented at Macworld Expo, RSA Conference, several WordCamp events, along with many other conferences. You can find him on several podcasts such as The Mac Show, The Big Show, MacVoices, Mac OS Ken, This Week in iOS, and more. Jeff is easy to find on social media as @jgamet on Twitter and Instagram, and jeffgamet on LinkedIn., and on his YouTube Channel at YouTube.com/jgamet. David Ginsburg is the host of the weekly podcast In Touch With iOS where he discusses all things iOS, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Apple Watch, and related technologies. He is an IT professional supporting Mac, iOS and Windows users. Visit his YouTube channel at https://youtube.com/daveg65 and find and follow him on Twitter @daveg65. Jim Rea has been an independent Mac developer continuously since 1984. He is the founder of ProVUE Development, and the author of Panorama X, ProVUE's ultra fast RAM based database software for the macOS platform. Follow Jim at provue.com and via @provuejim on Twitter. Guy Serle, best known for being one of the co-hosts of the MyMac Podcast, sincerely apologizes for anything he has done or caused to have happened while in possession of dangerous podcasting equipment. He should know better but being a blonde from Florida means he's probably incapable of understanding the damage he has wrought. Guy is also the author of the novel, The Maltese Cube. You can follow his exploits on Twitter, catch him on Mac to the Future on Facebook, and find everything at VertShark.com. Warren Sklar helps host the Mac to The Future Group on Facebook, and is the co-host of In Touch With iOS with David Ginsburg.   Support:      Become a MacVoices Patron on Patreon     http://patreon.com/macvoices      Enjoy this episode? Make a one-time donation with PayPal Connect:      Web:     http://macvoices.com      Twitter:     http://www.twitter.com/chuckjoiner     http://www.twitter.com/macvoices      Facebook:     http://www.facebook.com/chuck.joiner      MacVoices Page on Facebook:     http://www.facebook.com/macvoices/      MacVoices Group on Facebook:     http://www.facebook.com/groups/macvoice      LinkedIn:     https://www.linkedin.com/in/chuckjoiner/      Instagram:     https://www.instagram.com/chuckjoiner/ Subscribe:      Audio in iTunes     Video in iTunes      Subscribe manually via iTunes or any podcatcher:      Audio: http://www.macvoices.com/rss/macvoicesrss      Video: http://www.macvoices.com/rss/macvoicesvideorss

MacVoices Video
MacVoices #22154: MacVoices Live! - More Apple Watch and Health; The Internet Explorer Hauntings (3)

MacVoices Video

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 33:58


The MacVoices Live! panel of Chuck Joiner, Jim Rea, David Ginsburg, Warren Sklar, Jeff Gamet, Guy Serle, and Mark Fuccio wraps up our conversation about the health capabilities of the Apple Watch and what they can mean for you, and consider the problem of Internet Explorer and what it says about corporate management priorities and corporate IT. (Part 3)   This edition of MacVoices is supported by Zocdoc. Find local doctors who take your insurance at Zocdoc.com/macvoices. Show Notes: Links: Report reveals half of Japan's businesses had yet to ditch Internet Explorer on Engadget Learn Kubernetes Basics Guests: Mark Fuccio is actively involved in high tech startup companies, both as a principle at piqsure.com, or as a marketing advisor through his consulting practice Tactics Sells High Tech, Inc. Mark was a proud investor in Microsoft from the mid-1990's selling in mid 2000, and hopes one day that MSFT will be again an attractive investment. You can contact Mark through Twitter on LinkedIn. Jeff Gamet is a technology blogger, podcaster, author, and public speaker. Previously, he was The Mac Observer's Managing Editor, and the TextExpander Evangelist for Smile. He has presented at Macworld Expo, RSA Conference, several WordCamp events, along with many other conferences. You can find him on several podcasts such as The Mac Show, The Big Show, MacVoices, Mac OS Ken, This Week in iOS, and more. Jeff is easy to find on social media as @jgamet on Twitter and Instagram, and jeffgamet on LinkedIn., and on his YouTube Channel at YouTube.com/jgamet. David Ginsburg is the host of the weekly podcast In Touch With iOS where he discusses all things iOS, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Apple Watch, and related technologies. He is an IT professional supporting Mac, iOS and Windows users. Visit his YouTube channel at https://youtube.com/daveg65 and find and follow him on Twitter @daveg65. Jim Rea has been an independent Mac developer continuously since 1984. He is the founder of ProVUE Development, and the author of Panorama X, ProVUE's ultra fast RAM based database software for the macOS platform. Follow Jim at provue.com and via @provuejim on Twitter. Guy Serle, best known for being one of the co-hosts of the MyMac Podcast, sincerely apologizes for anything he has done or caused to have happened while in possession of dangerous podcasting equipment. He should know better but being a blonde from Florida means he's probably incapable of understanding the damage he has wrought. Guy is also the author of the novel, The Maltese Cube. You can follow his exploits on Twitter, catch him on Mac to the Future on Facebook, and find everything at VertShark.com. Warren Sklar helps host the Mac to The Future Group on Facebook, and is the co-host of In Touch With iOS with David Ginsburg.   Support:      Become a MacVoices Patron on Patreon     http://patreon.com/macvoices      Enjoy this episode? Make a one-time donation with PayPal Connect:      Web:     http://macvoices.com      Twitter:     http://www.twitter.com/chuckjoiner     http://www.twitter.com/macvoices      Facebook:     http://www.facebook.com/chuck.joiner      MacVoices Page on Facebook:     http://www.facebook.com/macvoices/      MacVoices Group on Facebook:     http://www.facebook.com/groups/macvoice      LinkedIn:     https://www.linkedin.com/in/chuckjoiner/      Instagram:     https://www.instagram.com/chuckjoiner/ Subscribe:      Audio in iTunes     Video in iTunes      Subscribe manually via iTunes or any podcatcher:      Audio: http://www.macvoices.com/rss/macvoicesrss      Video: http://www.macvoices.com/rss/macvoicesvideorss

Filmsteria
Filmsteria presenta: Internet Explorer Ep. 01 The morning show · Filmsteria · Dixo

Filmsteria

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 92:20


Estrenamos este nuevo programa que se llama Internet Explorer, donde hablamos de series viejas que probablemente ya todo mundo vio, o tal vez no.Hoy nos estrenamos con #TheMorningShow y nos compaña Penny Oliva, Editora de Cinepremiere, Monse Lugo, Crítica de Cine y Concha Moreno, Crítica de cine y guionista. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

2.5 Admins
2.5 Admins 100:

2.5 Admins

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 30:25


More on abandoned hardware, central auth, Internet Explorer, Antivirus, monitoring, speed testing, and more.   Plugs Watch Jim and Allan's webinar: Getting started with bhyve Support us on patreon   Things mentioned: End-of-Sale and End-of-Life Announcement for the Cisco Small Business RV Series Routers (selected models) Cisco Small Business RV Series Routers FreeIPA Sophos Icinga […]

通勤學英語
每日英語跟讀 Ep.K404: About software - 微軟IE瀏覽器墓碑與虛擬記號App

通勤學英語

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 3:13


每日英語跟讀 Ep.K404: About software - Internet Explorer gravestone goes viral in South Korea   For Jung Ki-young, a South Korean software engineer, Microsoft Corp's decision to retire its Internet Explorer web browser marked the end of a quarter-century love-hate relationship with the technology. 對南韓軟體工程師鄭其永(譯音)來說,微軟公司讓它的「網際網路探險家(IE)」網路瀏覽器退休的決定,代表著與這項科技愛恨交織四分之一個世紀的關係的結束。 To commemorate its demise, he spent a month and 430,000 won designing and ordering a headstone with Explorer's "e" logo and the English epitaph: "He was a good tool to download other browsers." 為了紀念IE的隕落,他花了一個月和43萬韓元設計並訂製一個墓碑,上面有IE的「e」的商標,以及英文的墓誌銘:「他是個用來下載其他瀏覽器的好工具」。 After the memorial went on show at a cafe run by his brother in the southern city of Gyeongju, a photo of the tombstone went viral. 這個紀念碑在南方城市慶州由他的兄弟所經營的一家咖啡館展出後,墓碑的照片在網路上爆紅。 Jung said the memorial showed his mixed feelings for the older software, which had played such a big part in his working life. 鄭其永說,這個紀念碑顯示出他對這款在他的工作生活中發揮了重大作用的古老軟體的複雜感情。 "It was a pain in the ass, but I would call it a love-hate relationship because Explorer itself once dominated an era," he told Reuters. 他告訴路透:「它是個令人厭煩的東西,但我會稱之為愛恨交織的關係,因為探險家一度主導一個時代」。   Next Article   App for leaving your virtual mark at physical places 讓你在實際地點留下虛擬記號的App   Imagine standing at the Eiffel Tower and being able to see messages and videos overlaid through your smartphone from all visitors who have come before you. A new app called Wallit combines augmented reality, a virtual view of the real world that can be extended with graphics and other content, with a social experience. 想像自己站在艾菲爾鐵塔前,可以看到在你之前來的所有旅客所留的訊息與影片,撲天蓋地的出現在你的智慧型手機上。新應用程式Wallit能將擴增實境,也就是透過圖片等內容擴展的真實世界虛擬影像,與社交經驗相結合。 It allows users to post and view content at virtual walls in popular places, tourist attractions such as the Eiffel Tower, stadiums and stores. Wallit讓使用者在艾菲爾鐵塔、體育場或商店等熱門地點或景點的虛擬塗鴉牆上,張貼及觀看內容。 "Think of a virtual wall on the face of the Golden Gate Bridge from one end to the other where people can leave sentiments, photos, movies and even audio that are persistent at that location, even though the people who generate the content constantly keep changing," said Veysel Berk, the founder of Wallit. Wallit創辦人柏克表示:「想像一下金門大橋的一端到另一端有面虛擬塗鴉牆。民眾可以在上面留下會一直留在那裡的感想、照片、影片甚至是音檔,即便是內容提供者會一直改變。」 The goal, he said, is to record a cumulative, human experience at a location that exhibits the character of a place over time. 他表示,目標是記錄1個地點的累計人類體驗,展現1個地方經年累月的特性。Source article: https://features.ltn.com.tw/english/article/paper/1528843 ; https://features.ltn.com.tw/english/article/paper/595260

De quoi jme mail
De quoi jme mail du 15 juillet 2022

De quoi jme mail

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 55:59


Chaque semaine, De Quoi Je Me Mail ouvre le débat sur l'actu high-tech ! En compagnie de journalistes, mais aussi de personnalités spécialistes du numérique, nous analysons, décortiquons les grandes tendances du moment. Ce vendredi, nous commentons l'actu avec Raphaël Grably journaliste à BFM Tech, Anthony Morel journaliste à BFM Business et Nicolas Lellouche chef de rubrique à Numérama. Module 1 : Les tops et les flops tech de la saison (1/2) Elon Musk et Twitter : l'histoire incroyable d'un immense fiasco Le cimetière de la tech 2022 : iPod, Internet Explorer, Clubhouse, Hangouts... Module 2 : Les tops et les flops tech de la saison (2/2) La stratégie de Mark Zuckerberg : pour masquer les mauvais résultats de Facebook, il lance le métavers. Les coups de cœur de nos experts.

STABcast
STABcast Episode 100: We Made it!

STABcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 146:06 Very Popular


100 episodes!  (Well, 100 official episodes, 6 bonus episodes, a couple of small announcements, but 100!)    We couldn't have done it with out your support, dear listeners. So what do we have up for this episode? Battle reports, a discussion of battle forces, a salty Will, a debate about Aunt BEHru or Aunt BEru, the speed of Internet Explorer, all the unfiltered ums and SOOOOOO much more.    Once again, we thank you dear listeners, and here is to 100 more.

Enterprise Security Weekly (Audio)
ESW #277 - Chris Cleveland, Matt Mosely, Gianna Whitver, and Joe Payne

Enterprise Security Weekly (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 134:01


This week, in the Enterprise News: Vanta raises a $110M Series B to automate SOC 2, ISO, PCI and other compliance efforts Immuta raises a $100M Series E for secure data access (an everything-old-is-new-again market that's exploding) Perimeter 81 raises $100M Series C and becomes a unicorn - You get a VPN! I get a VPN! Everyone gets a VPN! Over a dozen other vendors raise funding! IBM acquires EASM vendor, Randori Another Azure vulnerability allowing tenancy escapes Microsoft's Purview goes beyond DLP and gets into the pre-crime business Half a dozen cybersecurity vendor layoff announcements! We discuss the controversy around Rob Lee's involvement with developing federal standards for critical infrastructure protection and we say farewell (and good riddance) to Internet Explorer… but not really Then, after the news, we're going to air some segments recorded at the RSA conference last week.   We will cover high level winning strategies in cybersecurity marketing. The do's and don'ts for our specific industry and key factors of success in a go to market strategy. Segment Resources: https://cybersecuritymarketingsociety.com/podcast/ https://insight.cybersecuritymarketingsociety.com/survey2021?_gl=1*1wcqhp6*_ga*MTg4ODExOTY2Ny4xNjU0MTc1NDM3*_ga_GS9X0J5FZC*MTY1NDE3NTQzNi4xLjEuMTY1NDE3NTU3MC4w&_ga=2.81844830.933834121.1654175437-1888119667.1654175437   Two important shifts over the last two years transformed what we once knew as an on-premise ecosystem into a global system accessible from anywhere. One is remote work, which began as a temporary measure to get us through the early days of the pandemic and has since become the norm. The other is cloud adoption, which was mainstream even before the pandemic, but has seen another bump in the last two years. As a result, the internet has become the new corporate network. Where do we go from here? This segment is sponsored by Perimeter 81. Visit https://securityweekly.com/perimeter81 to learn more about them!   Phishing attacks are increasingly focused on new vectors such as social media, business collaboration apps, and text messages. These vectors generally lack any protection for the end user. How can we protect against these attacks that are increasingly leading to costly breaches? This segment is sponsored by Pixm. Visit https://securityweekly.com/pixm to learn more about them!   Employee turnover is the biggest threat to any organization's IP. Nearly 60% of employees move to a new company within similar fields (think: competitors) and are using collaboration technology to take sensitive data at an alarming rate. Code42's Joe Payne will discuss how Insider Risk Management addresses data loss in a volatile job market while still enabling collaboration. This segment is sponsored by Code42. Visit https://securityweekly.com/code42 to learn more about them!   Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/esw for all the latest episodes! Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/securityweekly Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/secweekly   Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/esw277

Paul's Security Weekly
ESW #277 - Chris Cleveland, Matt Mosely, Gianna Whitver, and Joe Payne

Paul's Security Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 134:01


This week, in the Enterprise News: Vanta raises a $110M Series B to automate SOC 2, ISO, PCI and other compliance efforts Immuta raises a $100M Series E for secure data access (an everything-old-is-new-again market that's exploding) Perimeter 81 raises $100M Series C and becomes a unicorn - You get a VPN! I get a VPN! Everyone gets a VPN! Over a dozen other vendors raise funding! IBM acquires EASM vendor, Randori Another Azure vulnerability allowing tenancy escapes Microsoft's Purview goes beyond DLP and gets into the pre-crime business Half a dozen cybersecurity vendor layoff announcements! We discuss the controversy around Rob Lee's involvement with developing federal standards for critical infrastructure protection and we say farewell (and good riddance) to Internet Explorer… but not really Then, after the news, we're going to air some segments recorded at the RSA conference last week.   We will cover high level winning strategies in cybersecurity marketing. The do's and don'ts for our specific industry and key factors of success in a go to market strategy. Segment Resources: https://cybersecuritymarketingsociety.com/podcast/ https://insight.cybersecuritymarketingsociety.com/survey2021?_gl=1*1wcqhp6*_ga*MTg4ODExOTY2Ny4xNjU0MTc1NDM3*_ga_GS9X0J5FZC*MTY1NDE3NTQzNi4xLjEuMTY1NDE3NTU3MC4w&_ga=2.81844830.933834121.1654175437-1888119667.1654175437   Two important shifts over the last two years transformed what we once knew as an on-premise ecosystem into a global system accessible from anywhere. One is remote work, which began as a temporary measure to get us through the early days of the pandemic and has since become the norm. The other is cloud adoption, which was mainstream even before the pandemic, but has seen another bump in the last two years. As a result, the internet has become the new corporate network. Where do we go from here? This segment is sponsored by Perimeter 81. Visit https://securityweekly.com/perimeter81 to learn more about them!   Phishing attacks are increasingly focused on new vectors such as social media, business collaboration apps, and text messages. These vectors generally lack any protection for the end user. How can we protect against these attacks that are increasingly leading to costly breaches? This segment is sponsored by Pixm. Visit https://securityweekly.com/pixm to learn more about them!   Employee turnover is the biggest threat to any organization's IP. Nearly 60% of employees move to a new company within similar fields (think: competitors) and are using collaboration technology to take sensitive data at an alarming rate. Code42's Joe Payne will discuss how Insider Risk Management addresses data loss in a volatile job market while still enabling collaboration. This segment is sponsored by Code42. Visit https://securityweekly.com/code42 to learn more about them!   Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/esw for all the latest episodes! Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/securityweekly Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/secweekly   Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/esw277

ACG清談頻道 - 方墨頻道 format-channel
ヲタちゃんねる 431:Internet Explorer的時代

ACG清談頻道 - 方墨頻道 format-channel

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022


 曾經在網頁瀏覽器巿場獨霸天下十年以上的Internet Exporer終於到了官方不再支援的一天,在功成身退的時候回顧一下這個讓人又愛又恨的IE吧。主持:傑特、末日幽靈方墨茶館:https://discord.gg/aKtkn9FTdd

Nerdland maandoverzicht wetenschap en technologie
Nerdland maandoverzicht juli 2022

Nerdland maandoverzicht wetenschap en technologie

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 131:44


Met deze maand: AI met bewustzijn? Giraffen! Sokken in sandalen! Dinosaurusnavels! DALL-E 2! Pompeï-nieuws! Dolfijnenpis! Een Nederlandse gast! En veel meer... Shownotes: https://maandoverzicht.nerdland.be/nerdland-maandoverzicht-juli-2022 Gepresenteerd door Lieven Scheire, met Jeroen Baert, Peter Berx, Kurt Beheydt, Marian Verhelst en Yannick Fritschy. (00:05:52) Ingenieur claimt bewustzijn Google AI (00:17:17) Oudste navel ter wereld ontdekt (00:23:50) Spelen met Dall-E 2 (00:33:55) Nieuws uit Pompeii (00:43:47) Waarom hebben giraffen een lange nek? (00:52:07) China claimt supercomputer op breinschaal (00:57:47) Dolfijnen drinken elkaars urine (01:04:25) Vlaanderen wil technologie boost geven (01:12:55) Het Elon en andere gorillanieuws (01:29:47) Romeinen droegen sokken in sandalen (01:33:00) Mieren getraind om kanker te ruiken (01:38:40) Peter z'n hond wordt getraind om mieren te zoeken (01:43:45) Porno detecteren met een breinhelm (01:48:50) Internet Explorer is dood (01:50:54) AI Song Contest 2022 (01:56:30) Chris Ume stunt bij America's Got Talent (02:01:50) Tv-tips - The Orville en Westworld (02:05:50) Sponsor DIGITOPIA

That's Spooky
38 - SGB #38 - Baby Arm

That's Spooky

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 73:54


Welcome to another episode of Spooky Gay Bullsh!t, our new weekly hangout where we break down all of the hot topics from the world of the weird, the scary, and issues that affect the LGBTQIA2+ community!This week, we cover: saying goodbye to Internet Explorer, scalding Woolly Mammoth tea, the weirdest things to be left in rideshares, how Subway brings out the worst in human beings, and a guy who caught a fish that was THIIIIIIIIIIIIIIS big *wink*.See you next Friday for more Spooky Gay Bullsh!t!Join the Secret Society That Doesn't Suck for exclusive weekly mini episodes, livestreams, and a whole lot more! patreon.com/thatsspookyGet into our new apparel store and the rest of our merch! thatsspooky.com/storeCheck out our website for show notes, photos, and more at thatsspooky.comFollow us on Instagram for photos from today's episode and all the memes @thatsspookypodWe're on Twitter! Follow us at @thatsspookypodDon't forget to send your spooky gay B.S. to thatsspookypod@gmail.comSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The RELEVANT Podcast
Episode 979: Rainn Wilson

The RELEVANT Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 55:38


Rainn Wilson joins us for this brand new episode to tell us about his return to comedy in Paramount Plus' 'Jerry and Marge Go Large.' Plus, the cast discusses the death of Internet Explorer, a new FDA ban on Juuls, America's fast food hidden gems and so much more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/relevantpodcast.

Screaming in the Cloud
TikTok and Short Form Content for Developers with Linda Vivah

Screaming in the Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 34:01


Full Description / Show Notes Corey and Linda talk about Tiktok and the online developer community (1:18) Linda talks about what prompted her to want to work at AWS (5:29) Linda discusses navigating the change from just being part of the developer community to being an employee of AWS (10:37) Linda talks about moving AWS more in the direction of short form content, and Corey and Linda talk about the Tiktok algorithm (15:56) Linda talks about the potential struggle of going from short form to long form content (25:21) About LindaLinda Vivah is a Site Reliability Engineer for a major media organization in NYC, a tech content creator, an AWS community builder member, a part-time wedding singer, and the founder of a STEM jewelry shop called Coding Crystals. At the time of this recording she was about to join AWS in her current position as a Developer Advocate.Linda had an untraditional journey into tech. She was a Philosophy major in college and began her career in journalism. In 2015, she quit her tv job to attend The Flatiron School, a full stack web development immersive program in NYC. She worked as a full-stack developer building web applications for 5 years before shifting into SRE to work on the cloud end internally.Throughout the years, she's created tech content on platforms like TikTok & Instagram and believes that sometimes the best way to learn is to teach.Links Referenced:lindavivah.com: https://lindavivah.com TranscriptAnnouncer: Hello, and welcome to Screaming in the Cloud with your host, Chief Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group, Corey Quinn. This weekly show features conversations with people doing interesting work in the world of cloud, thoughtful commentary on the state of the technical world, and ridiculous titles for which Corey refuses to apologize. This is Screaming in the Cloud.Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by Honeycomb. When production is running slow, it's hard to know where problems originate. Is it your application code, users, or the underlying systems? I've got five bucks on DNS, personally. Why scroll through endless dashboards while dealing with alert floods, going from tool to tool to tool that you employ, guessing at which puzzle pieces matter? Context switching and tool sprawl are slowly killing both your team and your business. You should care more about one of those than the other; which one is up to you. Drop the separate pillars and enter a world of getting one unified understanding of the one thing driving your business: production. With Honeycomb, you guess less and know more. Try it for free at honeycomb.io/screaminginthecloud. Observability: it's more than just hipster monitoring.Corey: Let's face it, on-call firefighting at 2am is stressful! So there's good news and there's bad news. The bad news is that you probably can't prevent incidents from happening, but the good news is that incident.io makes incidents less stressful and a lot more valuable. incident.io is a Slack-native incident management platform that allows you to automate incident processes, focus on fixing the issues and learn from incident insights to improve site reliability and fix your vulnerabilities. Try incident.io, recover faster and sleep more.Corey: Welcome to Screaming in the Cloud. I'm Corey Quinn. We talk a lot about how people go about getting into this ridiculous industry of ours, and I've talked a little bit about how I go about finding interesting and varied guests to show up and help me indulge my ongoing love affair on this show with the sound of my own voice. Today, we're going to be able to address both of those because today I'm speaking to Linda Haviv, who, as of this recording, has accepted a job as a Developer Advocate at AWS, but has not started. Linda, welcome to the show.Linda: Thank you so much for having me, Corey. Happy to be here.Corey: So, you and I have been talking for a while and there's been a lot of interesting things I learned along the way. You were one of the first people I encountered when I joined the TikToks, as all the kids do these days, and was trying to figure out is there a community of folks who use AWS. Which really boils down to, “So, where are these people that are sad all the time?” Well, it turns out, they're on TikTok, so there we go. We found my people.And that was great. And we started talking, and it turns out that we were both in the AWS community builder program. And we've developed a bit of a rapport. We talk about different things. And then, I guess, weird stuff started happening, in the context of you were—you're doing very well at building an audience for yourself on TikTok.I tried it, and it was—my sense of humor sometimes works, sometimes doesn't. I've had challenges in finding any reasonable way to monetize it because a 30-second video doesn't really give nuance for a full ad read, for example. And you've been looking at it from the perspective of a content creator looking to build the audience slash platform is step one, and then, eh, step two, you'll sort of figure out aspects of monetization later. Which, honestly, is a way easier way to do it in hindsight, but, yeah, the things that we learn. Now, that you're going to AWS, first, you planning to still be on the TikToks and whatnot?Linda: Absolutely. So, I really look at TikTok as a funnel. I don't think it's the main place, you're going to get that deep-dive content but I think it's a great way, especially for things that excite you or get you into understanding it, especially beginner-type audience, I think there's a lot of untapped market of people looking to into tech, or technologists that aren't in the cloud. I mean, even when I worked—I worked as a web developer and then kind of learned more about the cloud, and I started out as a front-end developer and shifted into, like, SRE and infrastructure, so even for people within tech, you can have a huge tech community which there is on TikTok, with a younger community—but not all of them really understand the cloud necessarily, depending on their job function. So, I think it's a great way to kind of expose people to that.For me, my exposure came from community. I met somebody at a meetup who was working in cloud, and it wasn't even on the job that I really started getting into cloud because many times in corporations, you might be working on a specific team and you're not really encountering other ends, and it seems kind of like a mystery. Although it shouldn't seem like magic, many times when you're doing certain job functions—especially the DevOps—could end up feeling like magic. So, [laugh] for the good and the bad. So sometimes, if you're not working on that end, you really sometimes take it for granted.And so, for me, I actually—meetups were the way I got exposed to that end. And then I brought it back into my work and shifted internally and did certifications and started, even, lunch-and-learns where I work to get more people in their learning journey together within the company, and you know, help us as we're migrating to the cloud, as we're building on the cloud. Which, of course, we have many more roles down the road. I did it for a few years and saw the shift. But I worked at a media company for many years and now shifting to AWS, and so I've seen that happen on different ends.Not—oh, I wasn't the one doing the migration because I was on the other end of that time, but now for the last two years, I was working on [laugh] the infrastructure end, and so it's really fascinating. And many people actually—until now I feel like—that will work on maybe the web and mobile and don't always know as much about the cloud. I think it's a great way to funnel things in a quick manner. I think also society is getting used to short videos, and our attention span is very low, and I think for—Corey: No argument here.Linda: —[crosstalk 00:04:39] spending so mu—yeah, and we're spending so much time on these platforms, we might as well, you know, learn something. And I think it depends what content. Some things work well, some things doesn't. As with anything content creation, you kind of have to do trial and error, but I do find the audience to be a bit different on TikTok versus Twitter versus Instagram versus YouTube. Which is interesting how it's going to play out on YouTube, too, which is a whole ‘nother topic conversation.Corey: Well, it's odd to me watching your path. It's almost the exact opposite of mine where I started off on the back-end, grumpy sysadmin world and, “Oh, why would I ever need to learn JavaScript?” “Well, genius, because as the world progresses, guess what? That's right. The entire world becomes JavaScript. Welcome.”And it took me a long time to come around to that. You started with the front-end world and then basically approached from the exact opposite end. Let's be clear, back in my day, mine was the common path. These days, yours is very much the common path.Linda: Yeah.Corey: I also want to highlight that all of those transitions and careers that you spoke about, you were at the same company for nine years, which in tech is closer to 30. So, I have to ask, what was it that inspired you, after nine years, to decide, “I'm going to go work somewhere else. But not just anywhere; I'm going to AWS.” Because normally people don't almost institutionalized lifers past a certain point.Linda: [laugh].Corey: Like, “Oh, you'll be there till you retire or die.” Whereas seeing significant career change after that long in one place, even if you've moved around internally and experienced a lot of different roles, is not common at all what sparked that?Linda: Yeah. Yeah, no, it's such a good question. I always think about that, too, especially as I was reflecting because I'm, you know, in the midst of this transition, and I've gotten a lot of reflecting over the last two weeks [laugh], or more. But I think the main thing for me is, I always, wherever I was—and this kind of something that—I'm very proactive when it comes to trying to transition. I think, even when I was—right, I held many roles in the same company; I used to work in TV production and actually left for three months to go to a coding boot camp and then came back on the other end, but I understood the product in a different way.So, for that time period, it was really interesting to work on the other end. But, you know, as I kind of—every time I wanted to progress further, I always made a move that was actually new and put me in an uncomfortable place, even within the same company. And I'm at the point now that I'm in my career, I felt like this next step really needs to be, you know, at AWS. It's not, like, the natural progression for me. I worked alongside—on the client end—with AWS and have seen so many projects come through and how much our own workloads have changed.And it's just been an incredible journey, also dealing with accounts team. On that end, I've worked alongside them, so for me, it was kind of a natural progression. I was very passionate about cloud computing at AWS and I kind of wanted to take it to that next place, and I felt like—also, dealing with the community as part of my job is a dream part to me because I was always doing that on the side on social media. So, it wasn't part of my day-to-day job. I was working as an SRE and an infrastructure engineer, so I didn't get to do that as part of my day-to-day.I was making videos at 2 a.m. and, you know, kind of trying to, like, do—you know, interact with the community like that. And I think—I come from a performing background, the people background, I was singing since I was four years old. I always go to—I was a wedding singer, so I go into a room and I love making people happy or giving value. And I think, like, education has a huge part of that. And in a way, like making that content and—Corey: You got to get people's attention—Linda: Yeah.Corey: —you can't teach them a damn thing.Linda: Right. Exactly. So, it's kind of a mix of everything. It's like that performance, the love of learning. You know, between you and I, like, I wanted to be a lawyer before I thought I was going to—before I went to tech.I thought I was going to be a lawyer purely because I loved the concept of going to law school. I never took time to think about the law part, like, being the lawyer part. I always thought, “Oh, school.” I'm a student at heart. I always call myself a professional student. I really think that's part of what you need to be in this world, in this tech industry, and I think for me, that's what keeps my fire going.I love to experiment, to learn, to build. And there's something very fulfilling about building products. If you take a step back, like, you're kind of—you know, for me that part, every time I look back at that, that always is what kind of keeps me going. When I was doing front-end, it felt a lot more like I was doing smaller things than when I was doing infrastructure, so I felt like that was another reason why I shifted. I love doing the front-end, but I felt like I was spending two days on an Internet Explorer bug and it just drove me—[laugh] it just made it feel unfulfilling versus spending two days on, you know, trying to understand why, you know, something doesn't run the infrastructure or, like, there's—you know, it's failing blindly, you know? Stuff like that. Like, I don't know, for me that felt more fulfilling because the problem was more macro. But I think I needed both. I have a love for both, but I definitely prefer being back-end. So. [laugh]. Well, I'm saying that now but—[laugh].Corey: This might be a weakness on my part where I'm basically projecting onto others, and this is—I might be completely wrong on this, but I tend to take a bit of a bifurcated view of community. I mean, community is part of the reason that I know the things I know and how I got to this place that I am, so use that as a cautionary tale if you want. But when I talk to someone like you at this moment, where you're in the community, I'm in the community, and I'm talking to you about a problem I'm having and we're working on ways to potentially solve that or how to think about that. I view us as basically commiserating on these things, whereas as soon as you start on day one—and yes, it's always day one—at AWS and this becomes your day job and you work there, on some level, for me, there's a bit shift that happens and a switch gets flipped in my head where, oh, you actually work at this company. That means you're the problem.And I'm not saying that in a way of being antagonistic. Please, if you're watching or listening to this, do not antagonize the developer advocates. They have a very hard job understanding all this so they can explain that to the rest of us. But how do you wind up planning to navigate, or I guess your views on, I guess, handling the shift between, “One of the customers like the rest of us,” to, as I say, “Part of the problem,” for lack of a better term.Linda: Or, like, work because you kind of get the—you know. I love this question and it's something I've been pondering a lot on because I think the messaging will need to be a little different [coming from me 00:10:44] in the sense of, there needs to be—just in anything, you have to kind of create trust. And to create trust, you have to be vulnerable and authentic. And I think I, for example, utilize a lot of things outside of just the AWS cloud topic to do that now, even, when I—you know, kind of building it without saying where I work or anything like that, going into this role and it being my job, it's going to be different kind of challenge as far as the messaging, but I think it still holds true that part, that just developing trust and authenticity, I might have to do more of that, you know? I might have to really share more of that part, share other things to really—because it's more like people come, it doesn't matter how much somet—how many times you explain it, many times, they will see your title and they will judge you for it, and they don't know what happened before. Every TikTok, for example, you have to act like it's a new person watching. There is no series, you know? Like, yes, there's a series but, like, sometimes you can make that but it's not really the way TikTok functions or a short-form video functions. So, you kind of have to think this is my first time—Corey: It works really terribly when you're trying to break it out that way on TikTok.Linda: [laugh]. Yeah.Corey: Right. Here's part 17 of my 80-TikTok-video saga. And it's, “Could you just turn this into a blog post or put this on YouTube or something? I don't have four hours to spend learning how all this stuff works in your world.”Linda: Yeah. And you know, I think repeating certain things, too, is really important. So, they say you have to repeat something eight times for people to see it or [laugh] something like that. I learned that in media [crosstalk 00:12:13]—Corey: In a row, or—yeah. [laugh].Linda: I mean, the truth is that when you, kind of like, do a TikTok maybe, like, there's something you could also say or clarify because I think there's going to be—and I'm going to have to—there's going to be a lot of trial and error for me; I don't know if I have answers—but my plan is going into it very much testing that kind of introduction, or, like, clarifying what that role is. Because the truth is, the role is advocating on behalf of the community and really helping that community, so making sure that—you don't have to say it as far as a definition maybe, but, like, making sure that comes across when you create a video. And I think that's going to be really important for me, and more important than the prior even creating content going forward. So, I think that's one thing that I definitely feel like is key.As well as creating more raw interaction. So, it depends on the platform, too. Instagram, for example, is much more community—how do I put this? Instagram is much more easy to navigate as far as reaching the same community because you have something, like, called Instagram Stories, right? So, on Instagram Stories, you're bringing those stories, mostly the same people that follow you. You're able to build that trust through those stories.On TikTok, they just released Stories. I haven't really tried them much and I don't play with it a lot, but I think that's something I will utilize because those are the people that are already follow you, meaning they have seen a piece of content. So, I think addressing it differently and knowing who's watching what and trying to kind of put yourself in their shoes when you're trying to, you know, teach something, it's important for you to have that trust with them. And I think—key to everything—being raw and authentic. I think people see through that. I would hope they do.And I think, uh, [laugh] that's what I'm going to be trying to do. I'm just going to be really myself and real, and try to help people and I hope that comes through because that's—I'm passionate about getting more people into the cloud and getting them educated. And I feel like it's something that could also allow you to build anything, just from anywhere on your computer, brings people together, the world is getting smaller, really. And just being able to meet people through that and there's just a way to also change your life. And people really could change their life.I changed my life, I think, going into tech and I'm in the United States and I, you know—I'm in New York, you know, but I feel like so many people in the States and outside of the States, you know, all over the world, you know, have access to this, and it's powerful to be able to build something and contribute and be a part of the future of technology, which AWS is.Corey: I feel like, in three years or whatever it is that you leave AWS in the far future, we're going to basically pull this video up and MST3k came together. It's like, “Remember how naive you were talking about these things?” And I'm mostly kidding, but let's be serious. You are presumably going to be focusing on the idea of short-form content. That is—Linda: Yeah.Corey: What your bread-and-butter of audience-building has been around, and that is something that is new for AWS.Linda: Yeah.Corey: And I'm always curious as to how companies and their cultures continue to evolve. I can only imagine there's a lot of support structure in place for that. I personally remember giving a talk at an AWS event and I had my slides reviewed by their legal team, as they always do, and I had a slide that they were looking at very closely where I was listing out the top five AWS services that are bullshit. And they don't really have a framework for that, so instead, they did their typical thing of, “Okay, we need to make sure that each of those services starts with the appropriate AWS or Amazon naming convention and are they capitalized properly?” Because they have a framework for working on those things.I'm really curious as to how the AWS culture and way of bringing messaging to where people are is going to be forced to evolve now that they, like it or not, are going to be having significantly increased presence on TikTok and other short-form platforms.Linda: I mean, it's really going to be interesting to see how this plays out. There's so much content that's put out, but sometimes it's just not reaching the right audience, so making sure that funnel exists to the right people is important and reaching those audiences. So, I think even YouTube Shorts, for example. Many people in tech use YouTube to search a question.They do not care about the intro, sometimes. It depends what kind of following, it depends if [in gaming 00:16:30], but if you're coming and you're building something, it's like a Stack Overflow sometimes. You want to know the answer to your question. Now, YouTube Shorts is a great solution to that because many times people want the shortest possible answer. Now, of course, if it's a tutorial on how to build something, and it warrants ten minutes, that's great.Even ten minutes is considered, now, Shorts because TikTok now has ten-minute videos, but I think TikTok is now searchable in the way YouTube is, and I think let's say YouTube Shorts is short-form, but very different type of short-form than TikTok is. TikTok, hooks matter. YouTube answers to your questions, especially in chat. I wouldn't say everything in YouTube is like that; depends on the niche. But I think even within short-form, there's going to be a different strategy regarding that.So, kind of like having that mix. I guess, depending on platform and audience, that's there. Again, trial and error, but we'll see how this plays out and how this will evolve. Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by our friends at Vultr. 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My thanks to them for sponsoring this ridiculous podcast.Corey: I feel like there are two possible outcomes here. One is that AWS—Linda: Yeah.Corey: Nails this pivot into short-form content, and the other is that all your TikTok videos start becoming ten minutes long, which they now support, welcome to my TED Talk. It's awful, and then you wind up basically being video equivalent for all of your content, of recipes when you search them on the internet where first they circle the point to death 18 times with, “Back when I was a small child growing up in the hinterlands, we wound—my grandmother would always make the following stew after she killed the bison with here bare hands. Why did grandma kill a bison? We don't know.” And it just leads down this path so they can get, like, long enough content or they can have longer and longer articles to display more ads.And then finally at the end, it's like ingredient one: butter. Ingredient two, there is no ingredient two. Okay. That explains why it's delicious. Awesome. But I don't like having people prolong it. It's just, give me the answer I'm looking for.Linda: Yeah.Corey: Get to the point. Tell me the story. And—Linda: And this is—Corey: —I'm really hoping that is not the direction your content goes in. Which I don't think it would, but that is the horrifying thing and if for some chance I'm right, I will look like Nostradamus when we do that MST3k episode.Linda: No, no. I mean, I really am—I always personally—even when I was creating content these last few years and testing different things, I'm really a fan of the shortest way possible because I don't have the patience to watch long videos. And maybe it's because I'm a New Yorker that can't sit down from the life of me—apart from when I code of course—but, you know, I don't like wasting time, I'm always on the go, I'm with my coffee, I'm like—that's the kind of style I prefer to bring in videos in the sense of, like, people have no time. [laugh]. You know?The amount of content we're consuming is just, uh, bonkers. So, I don't think our mind is really a built for consuming [laugh] this much content every time you open your phone, or every time you look, you know, online. It's definitely something that is challenging in a whole different way. But I think where my content—if it's ten minutes, it better be because I can't shorten it. That's my thing. So, you can hold me accountable to that because—Corey: Yeah, I want ten minutes of—Linda: I'm not a—Corey: Content, not three minutes of content in a ten-minute bag.Linda: Exactly. Exactly. So, if it's a ten-minute video, it would have been in one hour that I cut down, like, meaning a tutorial, a very much technical types of content. I think things that are that long, especially in tech, would be something like, on that end—unless, of course, you know, I'm not talking about, like, longer videos on YouTube which are panels or that kind of thing. I'm talking more like if I'm doing something on TikTok specifically.TikTok also cares about your watch time, so if people aren't interested in it, it's not going to do well, it doesn't matter how many followers you have. Which is what I do like about the way TikTok functions as opposed to, let's say, Instagram. Instagram is more like it gives it to your following—and this is the current state, I don't know if it always evolves—but the current state is, Instagram Reels kind of functions in a way where it goes first to the people that follow you, but, like, in a way that's more amplified than TikTok. TikTox tests people that follows you, but if it's not a good video, it won't do well. And honestly, they're many good videos videos that don't go viral. I'm not talking about that.Sometimes it's also the topic and the niche and the sound and the title. I mean, there's so many people who take a topic and do it in three different ways and one of them goes viral. I mean, there's so many factors that play into it and it's hard to really, like, always, you know, kind of reverse engineer but I do think that with TikTok, things won't do well, more likely if it's not a good piece of content as opposed to—or, like, too long, right? Not—I shouldn't say not good a good piece of content—it's too long.Corey: The TikTok algorithm is inscrutable to me. TikTok is firmly convinced, based upon what it shows me, that I am apparently a lesbian. Which okay, fine. Awesome. Whatever. I'm also—it keeps showing me ads for ADHD stuff, and it was like, “Wow, like, how did it know that?” Followed by, “Oh, right. I'm on TikTok. Nevermind.”And I will say at one point, it recommended someone to me who, looking at the profile picture, she's my nanny. And it's, I have a strong policy of not, you know, stalking my household employees on social media. We are not Facebook friends, we are not—in a bunch of different areas. Like, how on earth would they have figured this out? I'm filling the corkboard with conspiracy and twine followed by, “Wait a minute. We probably both connect from the same WiFi network, which looks like the same IP address and it probably doesn't require a giant data science team to put two and two together on those things.” So, it was great. I was all set to do the tinfoil hat conspiracy, but no, no, that's just very basic correlation 101.Linda: And also, this is why I don't enable contacts on TikTok. You know, how it says, “Oh, connect your contacts?”Corey: Oh, I never do that. Like, “Can we look at your contacts?”Linda: Never.Corey: “No.” “Can we look at all of your photos?” “Absolutely not.” “Can we track you across apps?” “Why would anyone say yes to this? You're going to do it anyway, but I'll say no.” Yeah.Linda: Got to give the least privilege. [laugh]. Definitely not—Corey: Oh absolutely.Linda: Yeah. I think they also help [crosstalk 00:22:40]—Corey: But when I'm looking at—the monetization problem is always a challenge on things like this, too, because when I'm—my guilty TikTok scrolling pleasures hit, it's basically late at night, I just want to see—I want something to want to wind down and decompress. And I'm not about ready to watch, “Hey, would you like to migrate your enterprise database to this other thing?” It's, I… no. There's a reason that the ads that seem to be everywhere and doing well are aimed at the mass market, they're generally impulse buys, like, “Hey, do you want to set that thing over there on fire, but you're not close enough to get the job done? But this flame thrower today. Done.”And great, like, that is something everyone can enjoy, but these nuanced database products and anything else is B2B SaaS style stuff, it feels like it's a very tough sell and no one has quite cracked that nut, yet.Linda: Yeah, and I think the key there—this is, I'm guessing based on, like, what I want to try out a lot—is the hook and the way you're presenting it has to be very product-focused in the sense that it needs to be very relatable. Even if you don't know anything about tech, you need to be—like, for example, in the architecture page on AWS, there's a video about the Emirates going to Mars mission. Space is a very interesting topic, right? I think, a hook, like, “Do want to see how, like, how this is bu—” like, it's all, like, freely available to see exactly [laugh] how this was built. Like, it might—in the right wording, of course—it might be interesting to someone who's looking for fun-fact-style content.Now, is it really addressing the people that are building everyday? Not really always, depends who's on there and the mass market there. But I feel like going on the product and the things that are mass-market, and then working backwards to the tech part of it, even if they learn something and then want to learn more, that's really where I see TikTok. I don't think every platform would be, maybe, like this, but that's where I see getting people: kind of inviting them in to learn more, but making it cool and fun. It's very important, but it feels cool and fun. [laugh]. So.Because you're right, you're scrolling at 2 a.m. who wants to start seeing that. Like, it's all about how you teach. The content is there, the content has—you know, that's my thing. It's like, the content is there. You don't need to—it's yes, there's the part where things are always evolving and you need to keep track of that; that's whole ‘nother type thing which you do very well, right?And then there's a part where, like, the content that already exists, which part is evergreen? Meaning, which part is, like, something that could be re—also is not timely as far as update, for example, well-architected framework. Yes, it evolves all the time, you always have new pillars, but the guide, the story, that is an evergreen in some sense because that guide doesn't, you know, that whole concept isn't going anywhere. So, you know, why should someone care about that?Corey: Right. How to turn on two-factor authentication for your AWS account.Linda: Right.Corey: That's evergreen. That's the sort of thing that—and this is the problem, I think, AWS has had for a long time where they're talking about new features, new enhancements, new releases. But you look what people are actually doing and so much of it is just the same stuff again and again because yeah, that is how most of the cloud works. It turns out that three-quarters of company's production infrastructures tends to run on EC2 more frequently than it tends to run on IoT Greengrass. Imagine that.So, there's this idea of continuing to focus on these things. Now, one of my predictions is that you're going to have a lot of fun with this and on some level, it's going to really work for you. In others, it's going to be hilariously—well, its shortcomings might be predictable. I can just picture now you're at re:Invent; you have a breakout talk and terrific. And you've successfully gotten your talk down to one minute and then you're sitting there with—Linda: [laugh].Corey: —the remainder of maybe 59. Like, oh, right. Yeah. Turns out not everything is short-form. Are you predicting any—Linda: Yep.Corey: Problems going from short-form to long-form in those instances?Linda: I think it needs to go hand-in-hand, to be honest. I think when you're creating any short-form content, you have—you know, maybe something short is actually sometimes in some ways, right, harder because you really have to make sure, especially in a technical standpoint, leaving things out is sometimes—leaves, like, a blind spot. And so, making sure you're kind of—whatever you're educating, you kind of, to be clear, “Here's where you learn more. Here's how I'm going to answer this next question for you: go here.” Now, in a longer-form content, you would cover all that.So, there's always that longevity. I think even when I write a script, and there's many scripts I'm still [laugh] I've had many ideas until now I've been doing this still at 2 a.m. so of course, there's many that didn't, you know, get released, but those are the things that are more time consuming to create because you're taking something that's an hour-long, and trying to make sure you're pulling out the things that are most—that are hook-style, that invite people in, that are accurate, okay, that really give you—explain to you clearly where are the blind spots that I'm not explaining on this video are. So, “XYZ here is, like, the high level, but by the way, there's, like, this and this.” And in a long-form, you kind of have to know the long-form version of it to make the short-form, in some ways, depending on what—you're doing because you're funneling them to somewhere. That's my thing. Because I don't think there should be [crosstalk 00:27:36]—Corey: This is the curse of Twitter, on some level. It's, “Well, you forgot about this corner case.” “Yeah, I had 280 characters to get into.” Like, the whole point of short-form content—which I do consider Twitter to be—is a glimpse and a hook, and get people interested enough to go somewhere and learn more.For something like AWS, this makes a lot of sense. When you highlight a capability or something interesting, it's something relevant, whereas on the other side of it, where it's this, “Oh, great. Now, here's an 8000-word blog post on how I did this thing.” Yeah, I'm going to get relatively fewer amounts of traffic through that giant thing, but the people who are they're going to be frickin' invested because that's going to be a slog.Linda: Exactly.Corey: “And now my eight-hour video on how exactly I built this thing with TypeScript.” Badly—Linda: Exactly.Corey: —as it turns out because I'm a bad programmer.Linda: [laugh]. No, you're not. I love your shit-posting. It's great.Corey: Challenge accepted.Linda: [laugh]. I love what you just mentioned because I think you're hitting the nail on the head when it comes to the quality content that's niche focus, like, there needs to be a good healthy mix. I think always doing that, like, mass-market type video, it doesn't give you, also, the credibility you need. So, doing those more niche things that might not be relevant to everybody, but here and there, are part of that is really key for your own knowledge and for, like, the com—you know, as far as, like, helping someone specific. Because it's almost like—right, when you're selling a service and you're using social media, right, not everybody's going to buy your service. It doesn't matter what business you're in right? The deep-divers are going to be the people that pay up. It's just a numbers game, right? The more people you, kind of, address from there, you'll find—Corey: It's called a funnel for a reason.Linda: Right. Exactly.Corey: Free content, paid content. Almost anyone will follow me on Twitter; fewer than will sign up for a newsletter; fewer will listen to a podcast; fewer will watch a video, and almost none of them will buy a consulting engagement. But ‘almost' and ‘actually none of them,' it turns out is a very different world.Linda: Exactly. [laugh]. So FYI, I think there's—Corey: And that's fine. That's the way it works.Linda: That's the way it works. And I think there needs to be that niche content that might not be, like, the most viral thing, but viral doesn't mean quality, you know? It doesn't. There's many things that play into what viral is, but it's important to have the quality content for the people that need that content, and finding those people, you know, it's easier when you have that kind of mass engagement. Like, who knows? I'm a student. I told you; I'm a professional student. I'm still [laugh] learning every day.Corey: Working with AWS almost makes it a requirement. I wish you luck—Linda: Yeah.Corey: —in the new gig and I also want to thank you for taking time out of your day to speak with me about how you got to this point. And we're all very eager to see where you go from here.Linda: Thank you so much, Corey, for having me. I'm a huge fan, I love your content, I'm an avid reader of your newsletter and I am looking forward to very much being in touch and on the Twitterverse and beyond. So. [laugh].Corey: If people want to learn more about what you're up to, and other assorted nonsense, where's the best place they can go to find you?Linda: So, the best place they could go is lindavivah.com. I have all my different social handles listed on there as well a little bit about me, and I hope to connect with you. So, definitely go to lindavivah.com.Corey: And that link will, of course, be in the [show notes 00:30:39]. Thank you so much for taking the time to speak with me. I really appreciate it.Linda: Thank you, Corey. Have a wonderful rest of the day.Corey: Linda Haviv, AWS Developer Advocate, very soon now anyway. I'm Cloud Economist Corey Quinn and this is Screaming in the Cloud. If you've enjoyed this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice, whereas if you've hated this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice, smash the like and subscribe buttons, and of course, leave an angry comment that you have broken down into 40 serialized TikTok videos.Corey: If your AWS bill keeps rising and your blood pressure is doing the same, then you need The Duckbill Group. We help companies fix their AWS bill by making it smaller and less horrifying. The Duckbill Group works for you, not AWS. We tailor recommendations to your business and we get to the point. Visit duckbillgroup.com to get started.Announcer: This has been a HumblePod production. Stay humble.

Technado from ITProTV
Technado, Ep. 261: GPU Prices Drop

Technado from ITProTV

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 47:42


Chris Ward joined the Technado team this week to talk about the falling prices for GPUs. He and the team also discussed Microsoft's Defender coming to macOS and Android, Ubuntu Core 22, a fitting tribute to Internet Explorer, hackers playing Doom on an IKEA lamp, and allegations of nepotism at Google.

Technado from ITProTV (Audio)
Technado, Ep. 261: GPU Prices Drop

Technado from ITProTV (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 47:42


Chris Ward joined the Technado team this week to talk about the falling prices for GPUs. He and the team also discussed Microsoft's Defender coming to macOS and Android, Ubuntu Core 22, a fitting tribute to Internet Explorer, hackers playing Doom on an IKEA lamp, and allegations of nepotism at Google.

2.5 Admins
2.5 Admins 96: Skunky Routers

2.5 Admins

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 30:40


Internet Explorer is dead, Cisco small business routers that need to be junked, antivirus on Linux servers, and you'll never guess what Jim and Allan recommend for easily rolling back updates.   Plugs ZFS Developer job description Webinar: Open-source Virtualization: Getting Started with Bhyve Support us on patreon   News Internet Explorer 11 has retired […]

The Gargle
Internet Explorer | Sexy bins | Headstone

The Gargle

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 33:09


Alison Spittle and James Nokise join host Alice Fraser for episode 67 of The Gargle, the weekly topical comedy podcast - with no politics! RIP Internet Explorer Mummified cockroach Sexy talking bins Headstone profanity ReviewsProduced by Ped Hunter and Chris Skinner. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Conversing with Chris & Misa the Podcast
Episode #130 "Knee Deep" the Joe Rodriguez, Ponchi Hererra & Steven Puga interview. (El Paso Podcast)

Conversing with Chris & Misa the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 140:36


Happy hump day everyone, we usually don't do this but we are blessing everyone with a second brand new episode of the podcast for this week!!!! This episode is absolutely hilarious as we had some returning and new guests drop by the studio!    Misa is still in Mexico (RIP??) so friends of the podcast comedians Ponchi Herrera, Steven Puga and Joe Rodriguez stop by and chop it up for a bit as we have some great conversations about some very and I mean very interesting topics!!   This episode we discuss:  -We are introduced to Joe Rodriguez comedian from Las Cruces, NM  -Comparing comedy scenes of Austin, Vegas & EP  -Is Juarez a tourism hot spot? - Have you ever been "knee deep" in anything?  -Chris fell into a sinkhole  -Can you have the same uncle on both sides of the family?  -Deshaun Watson  -Ponchi invites the wrong Joe Rodriguez to a baseball game  -Bam Margera flees rehab facility  -Internet Explorer has been shut down  -Gas station manager sells gas for .69 cents  -Dall-e?  -Is George Strait the GOAT  -Fan Favorite Five Random Questions for Chris instead  and much much more.....   As always, thank you for all of the support it means everything to us

Notnerd Podcast: Tech Better
Episode 341: Bluedooth

Notnerd Podcast: Tech Better

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 48:16


This episode starts off with some hot Microsoft vulnerability and Internet Explorer talk. From there we are all over the place talking about what's going on in the world of technology and how you can use it better. Enjoy! Followup:   June Microsoft Patch Tuesday (01:55) Internet Explorer is retired (03:15) Everyone doesn't have an opinion on Elon Musk and Twitter (05:20) All the things Apple Sherlocked at WWDC 2022 (06:50) Meta is launching a digital clothing store where you can purchase outfits for your avatar (15:00) Dave's Pro Tip of the Week: Tap face ID to bypass unlock animation (18:10) Takes:  Adobe Photoshop on the web will be free to everyone (20:40) Apple, Major League Soccer strike a 10-year streaming deal (24:50) Telegram tops 700 million users, launches premium tier (27:50) Cloudflare mitigates record-breaking HTTPS DDoS attack (29:00) TikTok US user data has been repeatedly accessed from China (32:10) Bonus Odd Take: How I experience the web today (34:50) Picks of the Week:  Dave: Playdate handheld gaming system (37:30) Nate: Liteband FLEX 300 Wide-Beam LED Headlamp - 210° Illumination, 300 Lumens, Improved OVLED Design - AAA Batteries, Adjustable, Camping, Running, Hiking, Fits Hard Hats, LBF300-AN, Night (41:15) Find us elsewhere: https://www.notnerd.com https://www.youtube.com/c/Notnerd https://ratethispodcast.com/notnerd https://www.tiktok.com/@notnerdpod https://www.twitter.com/n0tnerd/ https://www.instagram.com/n0tnerd https://www.facebook.com/n0tnerd/ info@Notnerd.com Call or text 608.618.NERD(6373) If you would like to help support Notnerd financially, mentally, or physically, please contact us via any of the methods above. Consider any product/app links to be affiliate links.

The Briefing - AlbertMohler.com
Tuesday, June 21, 2022

The Briefing - AlbertMohler.com

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 24:43 Very Popular


This is The Briefing, a daily analysis of news and events from a Christian worldview.Part I (00:13 - 12:30) From ‘Til Death Do Us Part' to ‘As Long As We Agree to Be Married': The Radical Redefinition of Marriage Triggering the Avalanche of Our Current Cultural CrisisDivorce in the Rich World is Getting Less Nasty by The EconomistPart II (12:30 - 21:27) ‘Scromiting', Increased Risk of Schizophrenia, and Violent Behavior: Maybe Marijuana Isn't So Safe After AllCannabis and the Violent Crime Surge by Wall Street Journal (Allysia Finley)Part III (21:27 - 24:43) A Parable of Modern Technology: Internet Explorer Dies After 27 YearsSo Long, Internet Explorer. The Browser Retires Today by Associated Press (Richard Jacobsen)Sign up to receive The Briefing in your inbox every weekday morning.Follow Dr. Mohler:Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | YouTubeFor more information on The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, go to sbts.edu.For more information on Boyce College, just go to BoyceCollege.com.To write Dr. Mohler or submit a question for The Mailbox, go here.

Digital Planet
Japan tackles online insults

Digital Planet

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 43:07


Increased punishment for online insults in Japan Japan has taken the first steps to make online insults punishable by up to one year in prison. This new legislation comes two years after the suicide of Japanese reality TV star and professional wrestler Hana Kimura. BBC reporter Mariko Oi tells us how this new legislation came to be and what it means, and legal expert Dr. Sanae Fujita and cyberpsychologist Dr. Nicola Fox Hamilton talk to Gareth about why online abuse occurs so frequently, what ways we can tackle it, and whether this new law is fit for purpose. 27 years of Internet Explorer After almost three decades, Microsoft has decided to retire the Internet Explorer (sort of). Contributing expert Bill Thompson takes us on a journey to the early days and back again. What has changed since the once-popular browser's inception? Smart lipstick Brazilian cosmetics company Grupo Boticario and centre for innovation CESAR are developing 'O Batom Inteligente' – 'the smart lipstick'. The device will use artificial intelligence to apply lipstick automatically. Reporter Fern Lulham spoke to the creators of the device, and explains to Gareth how applying lipstick is a much harder feat to accomplish than one might think, and what it could mean for people with disabilities. The programme is presented by Gareth Mitchell with expert commentary from Bill Thompson. Studio Manager: Steve Greenwood Producer: Florian Bohr

Common Ground: with Alex Gettlin & Rachel LaForce
S4E7: Trains, Planes and Biden on a Bike

Common Ground: with Alex Gettlin & Rachel LaForce

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 61:37


Let's jump in shall we? Rachel talks about her love of trains. That's right. Trains. Like the ones, you ride on? Apparently, they're “romantic”. Alex opens us up with this week's headlines including; Internet Explorer's retirement notice, Gavin Newsome is officially on Truth Social and more! Rachel goes in on Amazon and why their minimum wage should be $22 an hour and we close out on why Biden is just too old to be president. Too old stranger friends. Just, too, old. Happy Listening! --

This Week in Tech (MP3)
TWiT 880: Larry's Pantaloons - Crypto bust, Musk talks to Twitter, China gets TikTok data, ADAS crash data

This Week in Tech (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 166:14 Very Popular


Crypto bust, Musk talks to Twitter, China gets TikTok data, ADAS crash data   Bitcoin's Cascading Losses Accelerate in Record-Breaking Rout.  El Salvador's bitcoin-backing president asks for patience as crypto sinks.  Jake Paul Is 'Broke' After Putting All Of His Money In Cryptocurrency.  Dogecoin Pumps 8% After Elon Musk Says He's Still Buying.  Elon Musk sued for $258 billion over an alleged Dogecoin pyramid scheme.  Elon Musk Tells Staff Twitter Should Allow 'Pretty Outrageous' Tweets.  SpaceX employees say Elon Musk is an 'embarrassment' as he waffles on work-from-home.  Senators call for US to adopt common charger.  Microsoft to retire the Internet Explorer browser and redirect users to Edge.  Sure, Internet Explorer Had Its Faults. But Fans Are Mourning Its Death Anyway.  Leaked Audio From 80 Internal TikTok Meetings Shows That US User Data Has Been Repeatedly Accessed From China.  Oracle finally won TikTok's US data storage business.  Larry Ellison's Lanai Isn't for You—or the People Who Live There.  NHTSA releases first batch of ADAS crash data.  Self-Driving Big Rigs Are Coming. Is America Ready?  What's up with San Francisco?  Carbon Fiber Wheels Could Be Next Boost For EV Range.  What are the broad everyday impacts of AI?  Paris' pick: Magic Ring (Magic Mifare 1k + T5577).  Former Amazon engineer convicted in 2019 Capital One data breach.  Apple Workers at Maryland Store Vote to Unionize, a First in the U.S.  A leaked Amazon memo says the company may run out of available labor by 2024.  White House rolls out task force to curb online abuse.  Pluralistic: 15 Jun 2022 – Pluralistic: Daily links from Cory Doctorow.  Meta is launching a digital clothing store where you can purchase outfits for your avatar.  Diablo Immortal's Microtransactions Have Made It $24 Million In Two Weeks.  Nothing reveals Phone 1 design a month early. Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Paris Martineau, Owen Thomas, and Sam Abuelsamid Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-tech Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: noom.com/twit itpro.tv/twit promo code TWIT30 UserWay.org/twit ZipRecruiter.com/Twit

This Week in Tech (Video HI)
TWiT 880: Larry's Pantaloons - Crypto bust, Musk talks to Twitter, China gets TikTok data, ADAS crash data

This Week in Tech (Video HI)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 167:01


Crypto bust, Musk talks to Twitter, China gets TikTok data, ADAS crash data   Bitcoin's Cascading Losses Accelerate in Record-Breaking Rout.  El Salvador's bitcoin-backing president asks for patience as crypto sinks.  Jake Paul Is 'Broke' After Putting All Of His Money In Cryptocurrency.  Dogecoin Pumps 8% After Elon Musk Says He's Still Buying.  Elon Musk sued for $258 billion over an alleged Dogecoin pyramid scheme.  Elon Musk Tells Staff Twitter Should Allow 'Pretty Outrageous' Tweets.  SpaceX employees say Elon Musk is an 'embarrassment' as he waffles on work-from-home.  Senators call for US to adopt common charger.  Microsoft to retire the Internet Explorer browser and redirect users to Edge.  Sure, Internet Explorer Had Its Faults. But Fans Are Mourning Its Death Anyway.  Leaked Audio From 80 Internal TikTok Meetings Shows That US User Data Has Been Repeatedly Accessed From China.  Oracle finally won TikTok's US data storage business.  Larry Ellison's Lanai Isn't for You—or the People Who Live There.  NHTSA releases first batch of ADAS crash data.  Self-Driving Big Rigs Are Coming. Is America Ready?  What's up with San Francisco?  Carbon Fiber Wheels Could Be Next Boost For EV Range.  What are the broad everyday impacts of AI?  Paris' pick: Magic Ring (Magic Mifare 1k + T5577).  Former Amazon engineer convicted in 2019 Capital One data breach.  Apple Workers at Maryland Store Vote to Unionize, a First in the U.S.  A leaked Amazon memo says the company may run out of available labor by 2024.  White House rolls out task force to curb online abuse.  Pluralistic: 15 Jun 2022 – Pluralistic: Daily links from Cory Doctorow.  Meta is launching a digital clothing store where you can purchase outfits for your avatar.  Diablo Immortal's Microtransactions Have Made It $24 Million In Two Weeks.  Nothing reveals Phone 1 design a month early. Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Paris Martineau, Owen Thomas, and Sam Abuelsamid Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-tech Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: noom.com/twit itpro.tv/twit promo code TWIT30 UserWay.org/twit ZipRecruiter.com/Twit

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)
This Week in Tech 880: Larry's Pantaloons

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 166:14


Crypto bust, Musk talks to Twitter, China gets TikTok data, ADAS crash data   Bitcoin's Cascading Losses Accelerate in Record-Breaking Rout.  El Salvador's bitcoin-backing president asks for patience as crypto sinks.  Jake Paul Is 'Broke' After Putting All Of His Money In Cryptocurrency.  Dogecoin Pumps 8% After Elon Musk Says He's Still Buying.  Elon Musk sued for $258 billion over an alleged Dogecoin pyramid scheme.  Elon Musk Tells Staff Twitter Should Allow 'Pretty Outrageous' Tweets.  SpaceX employees say Elon Musk is an 'embarrassment' as he waffles on work-from-home.  Senators call for US to adopt common charger.  Microsoft to retire the Internet Explorer browser and redirect users to Edge.  Sure, Internet Explorer Had Its Faults. But Fans Are Mourning Its Death Anyway.  Leaked Audio From 80 Internal TikTok Meetings Shows That US User Data Has Been Repeatedly Accessed From China.  Oracle finally won TikTok's US data storage business.  Larry Ellison's Lanai Isn't for You—or the People Who Live There.  NHTSA releases first batch of ADAS crash data.  Self-Driving Big Rigs Are Coming. Is America Ready?  What's up with San Francisco?  Carbon Fiber Wheels Could Be Next Boost For EV Range.  What are the broad everyday impacts of AI?  Paris' pick: Magic Ring (Magic Mifare 1k + T5577).  Former Amazon engineer convicted in 2019 Capital One data breach.  Apple Workers at Maryland Store Vote to Unionize, a First in the U.S.  A leaked Amazon memo says the company may run out of available labor by 2024.  White House rolls out task force to curb online abuse.  Pluralistic: 15 Jun 2022 – Pluralistic: Daily links from Cory Doctorow.  Meta is launching a digital clothing store where you can purchase outfits for your avatar.  Diablo Immortal's Microtransactions Have Made It $24 Million In Two Weeks.  Nothing reveals Phone 1 design a month early. Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Paris Martineau, Owen Thomas, and Sam Abuelsamid Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-tech Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: noom.com/twit itpro.tv/twit promo code TWIT30 UserWay.org/twit ZipRecruiter.com/Twit

Radio Leo (Audio)
This Week in Tech 880: Larry's Pantaloons

Radio Leo (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 166:14


Crypto bust, Musk talks to Twitter, China gets TikTok data, ADAS crash data   Bitcoin's Cascading Losses Accelerate in Record-Breaking Rout.  El Salvador's bitcoin-backing president asks for patience as crypto sinks.  Jake Paul Is 'Broke' After Putting All Of His Money In Cryptocurrency.  Dogecoin Pumps 8% After Elon Musk Says He's Still Buying.  Elon Musk sued for $258 billion over an alleged Dogecoin pyramid scheme.  Elon Musk Tells Staff Twitter Should Allow 'Pretty Outrageous' Tweets.  SpaceX employees say Elon Musk is an 'embarrassment' as he waffles on work-from-home.  Senators call for US to adopt common charger.  Microsoft to retire the Internet Explorer browser and redirect users to Edge.  Sure, Internet Explorer Had Its Faults. But Fans Are Mourning Its Death Anyway.  Leaked Audio From 80 Internal TikTok Meetings Shows That US User Data Has Been Repeatedly Accessed From China.  Oracle finally won TikTok's US data storage business.  Larry Ellison's Lanai Isn't for You—or the People Who Live There.  NHTSA releases first batch of ADAS crash data.  Self-Driving Big Rigs Are Coming. Is America Ready?  What's up with San Francisco?  Carbon Fiber Wheels Could Be Next Boost For EV Range.  What are the broad everyday impacts of AI?  Paris' pick: Magic Ring (Magic Mifare 1k + T5577).  Former Amazon engineer convicted in 2019 Capital One data breach.  Apple Workers at Maryland Store Vote to Unionize, a First in the U.S.  A leaked Amazon memo says the company may run out of available labor by 2024.  White House rolls out task force to curb online abuse.  Pluralistic: 15 Jun 2022 – Pluralistic: Daily links from Cory Doctorow.  Meta is launching a digital clothing store where you can purchase outfits for your avatar.  Diablo Immortal's Microtransactions Have Made It $24 Million In Two Weeks.  Nothing reveals Phone 1 design a month early. Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Paris Martineau, Owen Thomas, and Sam Abuelsamid Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-tech Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: noom.com/twit itpro.tv/twit promo code TWIT30 UserWay.org/twit ZipRecruiter.com/Twit

Techmeme Ride Home
(TWTR SPC) Stock Options; DALL·E; Internet Explorer

Techmeme Ride Home

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 90:18 Very Popular


Some thoughts on what startup workers can do with their stock options (in this economy!?). DALL·E blows our collective minds. Considering the legacy of Internet Explorer. Thanks to @adam_keesling and @jnack.What Should You Do With Your Options During a Downturn?manual.withcompound.comNew podcast: DALL•E & You & MeSponsors:LinkedIn.com/techmemeSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

PC Perspective Podcast
Podcast #681 - AMD RDNA 3 Chiplets, Zen 4 IPC, Intel 4 Process, DROP+EPOS PC38X Headset, Fallout 5 + more!

PC Perspective Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 52:41 Very Popular


Join us as we attempt to catch up on another busy week - with discussion of AMD's move to chiplet architecture with the upcoming RDNA 3 GPUs, more from AMD's Financial Analyst Day (including Zen 4 IPC), Intel's "4" process node, the end of Internet Explorer, and so much more...Timestamps:00:00 Intro01:04 Burger of the Week02:28 RDNA 3 Chiplets09:04 AMD Tech and Product Updates13:39 A Retail Intel Arc GPU??!!16:23 Intel 4 Process Detailed19:49 Podcast Sponsor: Linkedin Jobs20:57 More AGESA Excitement22:12 RIP IE24:24 Is a cat simulator what the world needs now?26:29 Fallout 5 is coming (eventually)28:36 AMD Raise the Game games30:49 Sammy cheating TV benchmarks33:01 Apple chases Pacman35:37 Podcast Sponsor: Kolide37:02 Jeremy reviews DROP + EPOS PC38X headset45:21 Picks of the Week51:49 Outro★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Grumpy Old Geeks
558: I Chat Therefore I Am (Not)

Grumpy Old Geeks

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 70:52


Crypto-crash; grifters gonna grift; Google chat-bot building system builds a really good chatbot, not an AI; how not to get people to track your jet; Uber & Lyft lose in Massachusetts; smart license plates; Spotify's safety council; 10 strikes and you're out at Facebook; Barry; Umbrella Academy; For All Mankind; Apple+ sports streaming; festival pee; Google Nest Protect; audio weapons; Internet Explorer, big in Japan; Peter Danielsson; Warren Ellis; Adrian Tchaikovsky; Obi-Wan; adapters & NFC cards; fingerprint scanning; Rage Against the Winklevii.Show notes at: https://gog.show/558FOLLOW UPThe rise and fall of Adobe FlashUncutTanner Campbell - @tannerhelps - I'm getting sucked into NFTs.Anna Sorokin wants to move away from her 'scammer' persona... by selling NFTsIN THE NEWSGoogle places engineer on leave after he claims group's chatbot is “sentient”The teen who tracks Elon Musk's jet agreed to stop monitoring Mark Cuban's flights on Twitter after the billionaire offered business advice: 'By ending this you have me as a friend for life'Massachusetts court rejects proposed gig worker ballot measureMichigan approves digital license plates by startup ReviverCrypto Exchange Coinbase to Lay Off 18% of StaffAfter Rogan COVID-19 controversy, Spotify forms a safety council to rethink its content moderation policiesFacebook enforces ban on gun sales with 10-strikes-and-you're-out policyMEDIA CANDYGrace and FrankieSomebody Feed PhilBarryUmbrella Academy Season 3For All MankindApple TV will stream every MLS game for a decade starting in 2023Drug-Laced Pee Seeps Into Rivers Near Music Festivals, Threatening Rare EelsNo talent required in the new and lucrative era of the gentleman amateur‘Most tragically hilarious/infuriating thing': Winklevoss twins perform Rage Against the Machine cover—after laying off staffAPPS & DOODADSGoogle Nest ProtectUS Navy Develops Weapon That Could Make It Impossible To SpeakReport reveals half of Japan's businesses had yet to ditch Internet ExplorerBosu Balance Trainer, 65cm "The Original"Elgato Key Light Professional - Mac, PC, iOS, Android (Renewed)Anker USB C Charger, 735 Charger (Nano II 65W), PPS 3-Port Fast Compact Foldable Wall Charger for MacBook Pro/Air, iPad Pro, Galaxy S20/S10, Dell XPS 13, Note 20/10+, iPhone 13/Pro, Pixel, and MoreAT THE LIBRARYThe year under the Machine by Peter DanielssonThe year under the Machine by Peter Danielsson - KindleOrbital Operations by Warren EllisNormal: A Novel by Warren EllisShards of Earth (The Final Architecture Book 1) by Adrian TchaikovskySECURITY HAH!The CyberWireDave BittnerHacking HumansCaveatControl LoopSyntech USB C to USB Adapter Pack of 2 USB C Male to USB3 Female Adapter Compatible with MacBook Pro 2021 iMac iPad Mini 6/Pro MacBook Air 2022 and Other Type C or Thunderbolt 4/3 Devices Space Grey50PCS 215 NFC Round Cards, 25mm(1 inch) NFC Tags Ntag215 Chip Blank PVC Coin Card NFC Coin Cards Enabled Mobile Phones & DevicesCops Will Be Able to Scan Your Fingerprints With a PhoneCLOSING SHOUT-OUTSAutopilot indeed, built in deniability as a feature!Character Actor Mike Hagerty— Who Appeared on ‘Friends,' ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm,' More — Dead at 67See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Waveform: The MKBHD Podcast
RIP to Internet Explorer and New EV Talk

Waveform: The MKBHD Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 58:40 Very Popular


We're back with a good old-fashioned Waveform episode! Marques and Andrew start off by talking about the end of Internet Explorer and Andrew has a brief story time about his editing horror story on last week's podcast. After that, they go deep on upcoming EVs. Plus, trivia is back! Links: Internet Explorer animation: https://twitter.com/JonErlichman/status/1537050621408382977 Twitters: https://twitter.com/wvfrm https://twitter.com/mkbhd https://twitter.com/andymanganelli https://twitter.com/adamlukas17 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wvfrmpodcast/ Shop the merch: shop.mkbhd.com Join the Discord: https://discord.gg/mkbhd Music by 20syl: https://bit.ly/2S53xlC Waveform is part of the Vox Media Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Jason and Deb Full Show
The Morning X with Jason Dick and Friends - Boarding Bumbalito

Jason and Deb Full Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 112:06


Radical Company
Weekly Marketing and Advertising News, June 17, 2022: R.I.P. Internet Explorer

Radical Company

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 37:17


Social HolidaysJune 17: National Eat Your Veggies DayJune 18: National Sushi Day, National splurge dayJune 19: Juneteenth, Father's DayJune 21: First day of Summer!, International Yoga dayJune 22: National Onion Ring Day, National Chocolate Eclair DayJune 23: National Pink DayTrends in the MetaverseChobani launches intergalactic oat milk race on RobloxYes, advertising students are working on Web3Timberland brings boot innovation to the metaverse with Fortnite islandVictoria's Secret's Happy Nation brand launches Roblox hubWeekly Marketing NewsSour Patch Kids taps Twitch streamers for flavor competitionEdgewell debuts Gen Z-focused skincare brand, FieldtripYouTube Reaches 1.5 Billion Users of Shorts, Its TikTok RivalFacebook is changing it's algorithm to take on TikTokAmazon gets into AR shopping with launch of ‘Virtual Try-On for Shoes'Bye Bye Internet Explorer If you enjoyed this episode of The Radcast, let us know by visiting our website www.theradcast.com. Check out www.theradicalformula.com. Like, Share and Subscribe to our YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/c/RadicalHomeofTheRadcast or leave us a review on Apple Podcast. Be sure to keep up with all that's radical from @ryanalford @radicalresults @the.rad.cast @christinaroseyasi @nick_weaver_

The Vergecast
Dish says their 5G network is available in 100 cities

The Vergecast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 68:10 Very Popular


The Verge's Nilay Patel, David Pierce, and Alex Cranz discuss Dish Network's 5G network (@11:07), Google's LaMDA AI (@ 32:32), Apple streaming Major League Soccer (@47:38), and more. Stories mentioned on this show: Watch the trailer for The Verge's first Netflix show, The Future Of Dish Network's Project Genesis 5G service is live in more cities Dish says Project Genesis 5G is available in 100 cities, so we tried to sign up T-Mobile can now use three-channel aggregation for even faster 5G The Google engineer who thinks the company's AI has come to life - Washington Post Google suspends engineer who claims its AI is sentient Apple will stream every Major League Soccer match for 10 years starting in 2023 Apple reportedly wants in on NFL Sunday Ticket ​​Apple TV Plus' Friday Night Baseball debut wasn't the homerun fans expected Amazon and WNBA strike multi-year streaming deal Don't wait to install the June Windows update — it fixes a major security bug Ford recalls nearly 49,000 Mustang Mach-Es over battery safety issues Nothing reveals Phone 1 design a month early Internet Explorer, star of Windows, dies at 26 Microsoft starts automatically redirecting Internet Explorer users to Edge Sonos Voice Control review: a speedy, private, music-focused assistant Microsoft Teams now uses AI to improve echo, interruptions, and acoustics WhatsApp now lets you transfer your chat history from Android to iPhone Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Techmeme Ride Home
Thu. 06/16 – Serious Cases Of TikTok Envy

Techmeme Ride Home

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 16:05 Very Popular


Google says YouTube Shorts is keeping pace with TikTok. Meta plans to make Facebook more like TikTok in order to keep pace themselves. That new Sonos Voice Control assistant sounds pretty good to me. Why a bunch of folks are going to string internet cables under the shrinking polar ice. And why the Japanese are freaked out about Internet Explorer going away.Sponsors:HubSpot.comKolide.com/rideLinks:YouTube Says It Is Gaining on TikTok in Short-Video Race (WSJ)FACEBOOK IS CHANGING ITS ALGORITHM TO TAKE ON TIKTOK, LEAKED MEMO REVEALS (The Verge)Samsung Wallet is back to organize your ID, keys, and crypto (The Verge)SONOS VOICE CONTROL REVIEW: A SPEEDY, PRIVATE, MUSIC-FOCUSED ASSISTANT (The Verge)A Warming Arctic Emerges as a Route for Subsea Cables (WSJ)Internet Explorer shutdown to cause Japan headaches 'for months' (NikkeiAsia)See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Wally Show Podcast
Aftercast: I Outlasted Internet Explorer: June 16, 2022

Wally Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 27:51


Internet Explorer is gone, we talk about things that we want to bring back, celebrities deaths that impacted us, and weekend plans!!!You can join our Wally Show Poddies Facebook group at www.facebook.com/groups/WallyShowPoddies

The Show with Sam & Joe
TS 388: Prepped and Present

The Show with Sam & Joe

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 66:35


This week we talk about food trucks, Pride events, The Quarry, Yellowstone, Internet Explorer, and spending time on social media. Yellowstone Flood Relief: https://app.mobilecause.com/f/3u54/n?vid=skoao Support us on Patreon to keep the podcast going, view more detailed show notes, and to gain access to exclusive content at: http://www.patreon.com/theshowsamandjoe Favorite things: The Quarry Sloppy Seconds with Big Dipper & Meatball

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand
Hour 4 | Cockroaches For Cash @ConwayShow

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 31:22


Flights Cancelled // Chime Trending//EGOT Jennifer Hudson//Chick Fil A Employee shot // Internet Explorer no more//Cockroaches offering cash?//Inflation Crazyyyy //Halloween 4 months?//El Monte Update

Sarah and Vinnie Full Show
7-8am- Snoop Dogg & Vinnie Wants You To Skate

Sarah and Vinnie Full Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 37:17


Snoop Dogg and Martha Stewart are doing a podcast together, there is a puppet Friends Father's Day tribute, Bam Margera ran away from his rehab, Indiana Jones 5 release date has been announced, Bill Gates thinks NFT's are a scam, Internet Explorer is retired, the top gifts dad want, a poll on being the cool person who learns of something first, Vinnie wants you to skate, and a team building exercise goes wrong!

The CyberWire
Hertzbleed, a troublesome feature of processors. Cyberespionage and hybrid war. Patch Tuesday notes. Software bills of materials. Wannabe cybercrooks and criminal publicity stunts.

The CyberWire

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 29:50 Very Popular


The Hertzbleed side-channel issue affects Intel and AMD processors. An Iranian spearphishing campaign prospected former Israeli officials. Patch Tuesday notes. A look at software bills of materials. Russia routes occupied Ukraine's Internet traffic through Russia. Intercepts in the hybrid war: the odd and the ugly. Deepen Desai from ZScaler joins us with the latest numbers on ransomware. Rob Boyce from Accenture Security looks at cyber invisibility. And, finally, criminal wannabes and criminal publicity stunts. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/115 Selected reading. A new vulnerability in Intel and AMD CPUs lets hackers steal encryption keys (Ars Technica)  Iranian Spear-Phishing Operation Targets Former Israeli and US High-Ranking Officials (Check Point Research) Microsoft June 2022 Patch Tuesday fixes 1 zero-day, 55 flaws (BleepingComputer)  Microsoft Releases June 2022 Security Updates (CISA)  Windows Updates Patch Actively Exploited 'Follina' Vulnerability (SecurityWeek)  Adobe Plugs 46 Security Flaws on Patch Tuesday (SecurityWeek) Citrix Releases Security Updates for Application Delivery Management (CISA) SAP Releases June 2022 Security Updates (CISA)  So long, Internet Explorer. The browser retires today (AP NEWS) SBOM in Action: finding vulnerabilities with a Software Bill of Materials (Google Online Security Blog) Russia Is Taking Over Ukraine's Internet (Wired) Belarusian hacktivist group releases purported Belarusian wiretapped audio of Russian embassy (CyberScoop)  Intercepted call: Russian plan to send PoWs out into minefields (The Telegraph)  Hacker Advertises ‘Crappy' Ransomware on Instagram (Vice)  LockBit Ransomware Compromise of Mandiant Not Supported by Any Evidence, May Be a PR Move by Cybercrime Gang (CPO Magazine)

Windows Weekly (MP3)
WW 781: The Balloon Store - Changes to Windows 11 22H2, Microsoft's Gaming Announcements, Farewell IE11

Windows Weekly (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 126:29 Very Popular


Changes to Windows 11 22H2, Microsoft's Gaming Announcements, Farewell IE11  Windows 11 File Explorer Tabs Are Now Available for Beta Channel Testers  Microsoft Finalizes Windows 11 Version 22H2 More Windows  Announcing Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25136 | Windows Insider Blog  Windows 11 Insider Build 25140 is Here with More Bug Fixes  Hands-On with Visual Studio 2022 17.3 Preview 2 on Arm  June 15: It's the end of the Internet Explorer era  Saying Goodbye to Internet Explorer  Report: PC Sales to Fall Over 8 Percent in 2022 Microsoft & Gaming  Microsoft to allow Xbox Cloud Gaming users to bring their own games later this year Microsoft Edge is Getting New Gaming Features  Xbox Design Lab Comes to More Markets with New Options  Xbox Game Pass Will Add Demos of Upcoming Games Next Year  Xbox Cloud Gaming Will Soon Let You Play the Games you Own  Xbox Cloud Gaming Comes to 2022 Samsung Smart TVs This Month  Microsoft Shows Over 30 Games Coming to Xbox in the Next 12 Months  This is Why Apple Blocks Xbox Cloud Gaming  Activision Announces Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II Microsoft 365 Report: Microsoft Has Started Testing Casual Games in Teams Microsoft is adding echo cancellation and anti-interruption features to Teams  Outlook Mobile is Getting an Algorithmic Newsfeed Tips and Picks Tip of the week: Save big on games  App pick of the week: Firefox  Enterprise pick of the week: Windows Admin Center comes to the Azure portal  Codename pick of the week: Gibraltar  Beer pick of the week: Wild East Brewing Alfresco Cucumber Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: CDW.com/IntelClient drinktrade.com/windows kolide.com/ww

WSJ Tech News Briefing
Microsoft Shuts Down Internet Explorer After 27 Years

WSJ Tech News Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 12:03 Very Popular


The web browser that introduced many people to the internet is being retired on Wednesday. WSJ reporter Alyssa Lukpat joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss why Microsoft decided to shut down Internet Explorer and the impact the browser had on the online world. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Techmeme Ride Home
Wed. 06/15 – Now The Crypto Hedge Funds Might Be Blowing Up

Techmeme Ride Home

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 16:04 Very Popular


Is a major crypto hedge fund about to blow up? How the Celsius network got in such hot water. YouTube lets you make corrections. Why Apple's deal for Major League Soccer is such a big deal. And pour one out, definitively, for Internet Explorer.Sponsors:LinkedIn.com/techmemeLCX.com/rideLinks:After facing hundreds of millions of dollars in liquidations, Three Arrows Capital's future is uncertain (The Block)Crypto Lender Celsius Hires Restructuring Lawyers After Account Freeze (WSJ)Celsius bid to rival Wall St with crypto lending scuppered by risky bets (FT)YouTube's new corrections feature lets creators fix the record more easily (The Verge)Nothing reveals Phone 1 design a month early (The Verge)Exclusive: New entry-level iPad to pack A14 chip, 5G, and USB-C connectivity (9to5Mac)Apple, Major League Soccer Strike 10-Year Streaming Deal for All MLS Games (WSJ)Microsoft to retire Internet Explorer browser and redirect users to Edge (The Guardian)See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Heartland Radio 2.0
218 - Live From Fort Huechuca

Heartland Radio 2.0

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 90:45


Today's episode of The POD kicks off with a FULL BARN as the boys dive right Into the latest movie and television consumption. The boys then jump right into the Pod FOD which is a folder compiled of all things around the internet. Todays FOD includes an Netflix “IRL” squid games challenge, a wild zebra has been let loose in the HAUSE, an RIP to Internet Explorer and much much more. Make sure to subscribe to youtube.come/thepodpmi to watch full episodes and don't forget to send your submissions for the Pod FOD to @ThePodPMI on twitter and instagram. We appreciate you rocking with us and we'll see you Wednesday, Cheers.

CNN News Briefing
5 PM ET: Federal Reserve hike, accused Buffalo shooter, Internet Explorer & more

CNN News Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 4:20


The Federal Reserve makes its biggest interest rate hike since 1994. Plus, the US is sending an additional $1 billion dollars in aid for Ukraine to fight Russia. New details are emerging about the racist attack at a grocery store in Buffalo, New York last month. Former White House adviser Steve Bannon loses his bid to have his contempt charges dismissed. Lastly, it's the end of an era: Microsoft is saying goodbye to Internet Explorer. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

The Daily Zeitgeist
TDZ: Shredders ReTrendge 6/15: Saudi Arabia, Ryan Gosling, Ron DeSantis, Internet Explorer, Kim K., Zendaya, 'Lightyear'

The Daily Zeitgeist

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 22:33


In this edition of TDZ: Shredders ReTrendge, Jack and Miles discuss Joe Biden's trip to Saudi Arabia, Ryan Gosling as Ken in the new Barbie movie, Ron DeSantis garnering support from a wealthy "African-American", the sunsetting of Microsoft Internet Explorer, Kim K. bursting Marilyn Monroe's seams, Zendaya NOT being pregnart, and  'Lightyear' being meh. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

TechStuff
Tech News: Microsoft Says Goodbye to Internet Explorer

TechStuff

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 19:21 Very Popular


This week, we're seeing Microsoft's browser Internet Explorer come to an end as Google pulls the plug (officially) on Google Talk. Plus we learn about Apples second-generation mixed reality hardware even before the company announces the first one, and more!   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.