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The Failed Attempt at Podcasting March 24, 2012

No Chris this week 😦 but Tyler and I pretty much goof off for 58 minutes… If you want to laugh (which we hope you do) then give us a listen. Be warned though, this weeks episode is VERY NSFW (Not Safe for Work).

 

 

The Failed Attempt at Podcasting 3-24-12

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My Time with Windows 8

As some of you may know, Microsoft announced and released the consumer preview version of their highly anticipated Windows 8 this week. Being the avid Microsoft fan-boy that I am I immediately installed it on my PC and my Windows tablet. Hit the break to find out the details on Microsoft’s foray into the tablet market, and my impressions on this bold new direction. (more…)

What Can Microsoft do to Get Back in the Game?


Well it’s come to this. Microsoft has reviled the new version of Windows today, code named Windows 8, to a crowd at D9. As Walt Mossberg hammered Steven Sinofsky on why this seems to be, “the same old Windows” and about how the company has, “missed a couple of things, big things,” we were finally treated to the unveiling of a completely new OS approach from Microsoft. Chris and I were drooling at first. This seemed to be exactly what we asked for from Microsoft a few months ago. But then something happened, something I’m not so sure is good, but it didn’t look bad either. What happened you ask? Hit the break for more info on what’s going down in Redmond. (more…)

But Macs don’t have viruses… oh wait.

I hope that shiny new Mac Book Pro or iMac you bought recently doesn’t surf the web much. Especially since Mac Defender seems to be pretty nasty indeed. Oh, and just in case you thought Apple would help you in your plight you’re wrong. It seems the company is instructing personnel to basically cut off any user who seems to be infected and let them handle it on their own. I’d say that’s a nice way to treat customers who were lured in at the pretense that their Macs would not ever get a virus. Seems a program called ‘macprotector’ runs an installer, “scans” a users computer for threats, and then, and this is the good part, opens up some porn on the computer. I’ve said this for years and it seems to be more a reality now. With Apple gaining popularity over Microsoft in the home market there will be more coders out there willing to write up nasty little malware/viruses to show these people that their systems are just as accessible as Windows was. The appalling memo from Apple corporate is not the way to handle this. I understand that Apple has an image to protect, but to isolate these so called “lepers” is wrong. They should take a note from Microsoft on this one and actually help users who are infected instead of trying to keep this hush-hush. Feel free to comment below if you have any experience with this nasty little bug, or an angry and ‘put-out’ Apple employee.

Source:

Zdnet

The Failed Attempt at Podcasting

Trust us, this is very failed. We tried editing it down as much as possible, yes there are mistakes, but it’s our first podcast! Enjoy!

We’re working on the audio issues (the weird and sometimes random pop, the editing… we’ll get better).

MP3:   The Failed Attempt at Podcasting

Outtro Music:

The BlackBerry Song

President of The United States of Facebook

Barack Obama's FacebookMy fellow Americans… would you know if it was my birthday if it wasn’t posted on your Facebook Events?

I didn’t think so… so you might not know who your Commander in Chief is either, without a little nudge from the most socialist of networks (kidding, kidding… that’s for you, Fox News audience.)  That’s right, now Facebook is not only a tool to overthrow your local dictatorship… she’s here to townhall meet your faces!

 

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