Stuart Langridge, Jono Bacon, and Jeremy Garcia present Bad Voltage, in which we have not podfaded for one hundred shows (count 'em, a hundred), two-thirds of the team are at the Open Source Summit in LA, there is literally no news about the iPhones 8 or X, and:
- [00:03:00] News: the "BlueBorne" bundle of bluetooth attacks in which everything is vulnerable except iOS 10... the Linux Foundation announce CHAOSS, a project to make toold to measure open source community health, in the world's best example of choosing the name and then finding a project to fit it... Equifax get hacked, expose 143 million users' details, hilariously issue people PINs which are just the date through a pseudo-phishing website, cause end of the world... a mobile phone powered by radio waves which can make Skype calls on three microwatts (!) of power...
- [00:22:15] Jono and Jeremy are as mentioned at the Open Source Summit in LA; what's the deal with it? Fun conference? We review what's going on and what it's all about, as well as some thoughts on the hallway track at conferences and what some tips on being a good public speaker
- [00:37:45] HitRecord (that's "hit record", not "hit record") is "a new kind of online community working together as a production company", set up by Joseph Gordon-Levitt, to be a movie/music/creative arts production company where people collaborate together to make things, or possibly to Fight The Power but in a way where everyone still gets paid. Sounds sorta Creative Commons-y, maybe... but is this one more dead idea powered by stardom, or the new way things will get made? We've got some thoughts. Generally positive ones. And maybe there's some Bad Voltage things we could do on HitRecord? Tell us your ideas!