Stuart Langridge, Jono Bacon, and Jeremy Garcia present Bad Voltage, in which we do not have “excessive interest in or admiration of oneself and one’s physical appearance”, we mention that Oggcamp is coming up in the UK and you should volunteer to be on the crew, nobody buys any illegally traded goods, and:
- [00:02:00] The news... Adobe kill Flash and Stuart defends it (up is down, down is up)... the police cooperate internationally to shut down two major darkweb markets in order to deny our previous assertions that the rozzers know nothing about technology... Microsoft kill MS Paint, internet erupts with sadness, Microsoft
wire the corpse to the mains, er, and put it in the Windows Store, which is not quite the same thing as death...
- [00:15:15] Is there too much screen time in our lives? Are we spending too much time looking at things on screen and not in reality, or is this merely more old man yelling at cloud? And are we seeing some more long-term psychological effects -- narcissism, shallowness of affect, shortness of attention span -- which have come about because our relationships are now mediated in 140-character bursts? It's a worry. Or maybe it isn't. We have... many thoughts.