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"cachefly" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"cachefly" Discussed on Security Now

"As we are continuing to plow into our fifteenth year with no sign of anything leading up in fact this week's podcast is titled the ransomware epidemic because a security firm anchor armor has <hes> been tracking what's been going on with ransomware. We of course have been talking about it more over the last few months than we ever have. <hes> and in a number of things have happened that sort of bring this to the floor <hes>. We have a little bit of news from texas. That's been surprisingly quiet thirteen. We knew victims last week the emergence of a well okay. There's a new ransomware awesome where known by two names. I posted to my twitter feed this morning. How do people think i should pronounce this for the podcast s. Oh d. i n. O. k. i. b. i. and the consensus kibi well yes after we decided it was so cheap so it's probably it looks like his japanese so often what we thinking yes so anyway rather than looking at lots of small bits of news as we sometimes do when i've talked about like what what we're gonna do and it just goes on and on and on we're gonna take a longer look at a few larger topics we <hes> examine several pieces of welcome <music> news from the bug bounty front will also take a look at google's project zero revolu revelation of a comprehensive multi-year campaign aimed at i._o._s. visitors to specific websites and then probably we were we'll conclude but with probably at least half of the podcast talking about this distressingly large array of ransomware news which suggests that we're in. We're heading into a new era. I mean we've sort of been teasing at this for the last few months while we've been looking being at these municipalities that have been hit by major ransom demands that have been met thanks to them being insured which of course cert- changes the dynamic of all of this so i think of another great podcast for our listeners and a rather sobering picture the week which will get to a minute yeah yeah <hes> our show today brought to you by cachefly when i say brought to you by cachefly. I think many of you know <hes> <hes>. That's quite literally brought to you by cachefly. It's our content. Delivery network are c._d._n. And we've been on cash light pretty much as long whereas the show has been on the air as long as twit spin around in the early days of security now and the other talk shows <hes> we just you know you could download it from our website. <hes> <hes> then when the audience numbers started going up and up and up and i couldn't afford to do that. We tried bittorrent for a while. That didn't work out all that well finally. I was very grateful. Matt levine cachefly heard about our woes was a fan of the shows and said let me help and this is a relationship has been going on ever since you need a c._d._n. And if you deliver content to customers if <hes> if your website is directly tied accompany.

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"cachefly" Discussed on Tech News Today

Tech News Today

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"cachefly" Discussed on Tech News Today

"But I the subsidy techniques weekly is brought to you by cachefly. You can give your users the seamless online experience that they want powering your site or your app with cachefly CDN, you'll be thirty percent faster than the competition. When you do that, no matter what industry businesses in if your website is directly tied to company revenue you can give your customers fast downloads that they need with cash lie. Cachefly CDN delivers rich media content up to ten times faster than traditional delivery methods up to thirty percent faster than other major CDN's. It's backed by a one hundred percent SLA cachefly guarantees the best user experience for all your customers. No matter where they are. Or what device they happen to be on? You can join the thousands of users who trust cash flies reliable network, including LG, Microsoft adobe and our as Technica, Leo. Of course, we've been. Using cachefly for years. Leo says that we've been hosting all our podcast audio and video all of our media on cash lie for nearly a decade every month, our viewers and listeners download literally PETA bytes of data, and that's fast. It's flawless twit. Simply would not exist without cachefly say goodbye to logging in multiple times a week or worse even daily just trying to track your CDN and usage, there's no billing spikes. So you get accustomed plan tailored to your CDN needs based on yearly usage trends on average customers who switched to cachefly. We'll save more than twenty percent. And just imagine what you could do with that twenty percent. And by the way, your time, which is actually very very valuable and just for twit listeners cash lies giving away a complimentary detailed analysis of your current CDN Bill and your usage trends, you can see if you're overpaying twenty percent or more four CDN and learn more check it out for yourself. Twit dot cachefly dot com. That's twit dot cachefly dot com. We hope that you'll do that..

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"cachefly" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"cachefly" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Our show today brought to you by cachefly or lay brought to you by cachefly when you download any of our content when you go to our website and you play back, videos or audio. You're getting it from our content. Delivery network cachefly. Give your users the same seamless online experience. They want the one they get from twit power your site or app with the cachefly CDN, you'll be thirty percent faster than the competition. And let me tell you we've been using cachefly now delivered twit content for ten years and never a hiccup. No three AM calls. The server's minimum Sudan's down. It is awesome. And I don't also I don't have to log into my cachefly dashboard. Every five minutes to find out if I'm over bandwidth because cachefly work. With you. To to create a plan based on your yearly usage, so peaks and bumps. Don't bother you. Cachefly C D N delivers rich media content of to ten times faster than traditional delivery methods thirty percent faster than other major CD ends a one hundred percent S LA. That's not five nine six nine. That's one hundred percent. And the reason is they've got servers all over the world, and that's a huge advantage because your users are getting their content from a nearby server. And if one goes down, you're still online, they never go down cash like Erin tease, the best user experience for all your customers to matter where they are. No matter what device they're on. I'm not the only one there. Thousands of trust cash flies reliable network LG, Microsoft, adobe, ars Technica, we host everything audio and video a cash flying. We've been doing that for nearly a decade. In fact. I every time I check I blows me away. It's more than a pet Abida months of data delivered to our audiences via cash or we wouldn't be here without an thank you cachefly. Say goodbye logging in multiple times a week or two even daily trying to track your CDN usage because there are there are no billing spikes there.

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"cachefly" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"cachefly" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"A nod of props to cachefly, the content distribution network that brings you twit every episode if you downloaded if your podcast application downloads. It you're getting it from cachefly make this the last and the reason we can do this. And we've been doing it for almost ten years PetO bites data every single month is 'cause cachefly makes it possible. I never get a call at three in the morning saying oh cash lies down. No. And I never have to worry about billing spikes. You know, our demand is very spiky some some months, it's huge months as lower. Some days it's huge some days lower. I don't have to worry don't have to log in every day to see. Oh my God. Am I going to exceed the Bill we have a plan tailored to our CDN needs based on yearly yearly not daily monthly weekly? Yearly usage trends in on average customers. Like you who switched to cash will save more than twenty percent? That's a really good deal crash. Fly eliminate CDN outages. They literally have a bulletproof one hundred percent de SLA one hundred percent. They help customers reach new markets. If you are in the business where customers download software podcast, whatever kind of content, you need to see the end that brings the content closer to the customers at a distribution network. All over the world. That's what we needed. We need one hundred percent availability we want to build it's predictable. And we want to save money. That's cachefly cachefly for us has been mazing cachefly for you will be amazed. As ING since two thousand two cash lives by building trusted CDN relationships companies. Like, don't just take my word from an ars Technica. Ours is director of technology said sometimes we have spike events generating fifteen to sixteen million page views all at once with clash fly. You don't see an issue the CDN just absorbs it our customers commend us on that. We've been hosting all over shows audio and video and cachefly for almost ten years. Let cash like you've used them sanity back. We've got a great deal. I'm really pleased to say this. If you go to Twitter cachefly dot com, you can receive up to two thousand dollars in credits. When you switch to cachefly before the end of the year before January first so immediately, go get your complimentary quote, no pressure..

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"cachefly" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"cachefly" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Oh for coffee that's got its own special. What substance for another? Why not? What our show today is quite literally brought to you by cachefly cachefly is our content distribution network when you download a show with your podcast app downloads. At are you go to our website and downloaded you're connecting directly to cachefly. And I'll tell you what we've been on cash like practically since the beginning. And I have not once received at three AM phone call. Oh, the content is to bution the CDN is down. No. If you're in podcasting. If you're in software in your air, any business that relies in having your content available readily at anytime to your consumers, you need a CDN. But here's the problem for a lot of us with CDN's. You can't always predict your ban with consumption twits, very spiky. We don't, you know, we don't know from Wendy the next how much bandwith we're gonna use. Fortunately, cachefly makes it easy. They eliminate CDN outages. They help you reach new markets because they have servers all over the. The world's no matter where our listeners are they download it just as fast, and you control costs with cachefly. I love the cachefly team easy to talk to smart agile Tech's. They can answer your questions the first time, they won't put you on hold. They won't offend you off to somebody else. They're really good 'cause cachefly empowers them one hundred percent availability with their bulletproof one hundred percent SLA. That's right. I said one hundred percent so you don't get angry emails or hundreds of letters from users because you're the CDN's down. You don't get that three. Am phone call. I could tell you. We've we deliver PETA bytes of data every month without a hiccup ever. Thanks to cachefly, and I don't worry about costs. I don't log in multiple times a week or try to track my CDN usage because cash will tailor the plan to your yearly usage trend. So those spikes they get all smoothed out. In fact, we save a lot of money on average customers switched to. Cachefly save more than twenty percent. Twenty percent. Here's what ours Technica says we use it. But ours Technica says cash plays exceed their expectations on every level from the technical operation of the actual service to the top notch support staff and their responsiveness. We couldn't we literally would not exist..

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"cachefly" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

MacBreak Weekly

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"cachefly" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

"And as we always have ten years, I, we thank cachefly for making all this possible audio and video if you're watching it or listening to it. Thank you cachefly time for our picks of the week, Rene Ritchie, you have been hearing about a month. I think you probably have a few forests kick things off. I mentioned it earlier, but I really wanna highlight at math. Matthew who was part of the workflow team. He was originally marketing and then the documentation person. He's the one who build most of the workflows that were in the original gallery. And I think a lot of the ones that are are in the current shortcuts gallery. He left after apple acquired workflow because I think he saw the writing on the wall and he wanted to be out there and talking about it and not inside and working on it. So he's a freelancer now and he's put together mazing series of shortcut guides for I'm more and I just the link to his author page because he's got everything from how to start to to continue. He's also set up his own YouTube channel where he sharing a lot of shortcut stuff and Federico vitucci is amazing shortcuts and David sparks of amazing which cuts Matthew was just there and involved with it for so long that I think he brings special exuberance to the technology, and he really wants to just evangelize it for everybody. And it's these doing a spectacular job. I'm more dot com. Matthew Kesse. SNL e. c. n. e. l. l. but if you have an odd cast and video and a YouTube channel, listen to all the automation stuff all the time. I really wanna spend some time delving into this. I just feel like this so much power here. Very good. Yeah. Any nocco pick of the week from you? My friend, this is a link that you might want to hit sooner rather than later. Somebody somebody seems to have found a way to get a copy of the demo animation that you'll find on the iphone excess excess max in the apple stores. And so you can you can download this and put it on your pixel phone, let's say, or you're older. Excess because it doesn't. It's not. It's just for demo units. Don't get it like on the regular phone and it's super super. So this is what happens when the phone is sitting in the TNT store and nobody's using it, don't. I don't know. I don't know if it was just a direct capture. It looks super sweet. Like a capture. This looks like somebody got video looks like I again, I made sure I right click and saved. Last week when it first. Awesome. Awesome. I think it was on Reddit, right? Yeah, very nice days ago was supposed to. It's still there at least at the time of recording. Mr. Alex. Lindsay, what how much spend this week. It's complicated. So the so this is a, this is a kind of a crazy plug in formation or or is is it's barely plug it more like an infrastructure..

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"cachefly" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"cachefly" Discussed on Security Now

"I bought net capability, an unpacked windows day, privilege elevation that just happened a couple of hours ago and a whole bunch of people tweeted to start store. Hope. I had seen it to get it in to this podcast and we have a malheur using a tricky new command and control channel. We've never seen before antivirus companies predictably being unhappy with Krome's decision to start pushing against them being remember all that injected into fun. We had last week Tavarez who doesn't even need a last name has found more serious problems in ghost script. He hasn't missed a year. For the last few. And so yet again, we've also got a breakthrough in contactless RSA key extraction from devices, a worrisome flaw that's always been present in openness s. h. that only just came to light after two decades and believe it or not AT the Hayes AT commands Leo that you and I grew up listening to the sound of modems mating actually they did sound like unhappy geese. They're still present and they're surprisingly dangerous. So lots to talk about this week and a fun picture of the week, courtesy of a good friend of mine. So I think a lot to do this when I do enjoy this one. It's true. It's funny because it's true. Oh. Oh, as you transient biological creatures are. So today brought to you by cachefly. We should do the math on. I'm sure Patrick Ken. He's he's does some fun things like he just told us that this is the tenth anniversary of security now. One hundred. Oh, what was it? One hundred nine. Something like that was all about is vista safe and that's ten years ago. So it's nice how some problems cure themselves. Yeah. We don't care who cares now it's over. In fact, the answer now definitely is no. Yeah, one fifty nine. So Patrick, I want you to figure out how many with all the episodes of security now how much bandwidth we've consumed on cachefly. I know we do pedal bites, literally PetO bites every month on our CDN a content livery network. Cachefly cachefly is really awesome effect. We wouldn't be probably would not be here if it weren't for cachefly. How how confident are you if you're feeling box him by current wife solutions? You're not alone. With others, requiring significant changes to your environment to run a web application firewall. You might be interested in cachefly catch fly is designed to operate where your applications live ninety..

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"cachefly" Discussed on DLC

DLC

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"cachefly" Discussed on DLC

"The week delivered the way we love it to be and that is completely free thanks to our sponsors this week cachefly third love and casper bringing the show to dlc of course the show all about games in their many forms games played on desktops laptops and consoles and also games that involved dice luck and cardboard i'm your host jeff kenna that spell with two ends in one t and i'm joined as always by my friend slash co host slash nemesis the guy who will not stop saying viva la france mr christian spicer hello christian omb sorry jeff i blessed you're talking to me now that i've victory roy out and fortnight i i didn't hear you directly properly address me as such but that's fine i guess french the friends are vital for victory royale that i'm supposed to be aware of is it is monsieur royale i think it's called late to the party but i'm happy to be part of that were you sure you weren't playing against bots i was playing verified humans verified switch so like you know not the hardest of the hardcore but i i never thought i'd see that screen man who hot hot dog hot and graduate agents congratulations your your family respect you more and everyone as you walk down the street has a little more twinkle in their eye when they look at us the world seems sweeter for a brief brief second dude i'm not going to there's a call that came that i answered that came you know right after and if that call had come five minutes earlier i would i would would have taken it because i was casually playing i didn't know who knows what fate would have unfolded for me then maybe we've gone back in time maybe i would have tried to sleep with my mom like the whole world would have been different you know yeah and now you've now you've beat the game so there's no point continue to play it rice all credits yeah you know i need it that game never changes it's the same game every time you play it so i'm happy to be done with it hey guys guess what we have an awesome guest we got a lot to talk about i'm so excited to get this show started you know the deal c is always your downloadable kananga and your downloadable christian but this week man i'm so excited because d l c stands for discussing legacy consoles because we have self professed video game history and fouzy assed and the co host of the game blitz podcast chelsea lewin joins us for the first time hey kelsey hi thanks for having me absolutely we're excited to have you here we're excited to talk about games kind of weird week of news not a ton going on but let's dive in and start to show the way we always do with story of the week story gives the story of the week story week we store the week is the part of the show where we make our case for the most important stories that happened in the world of games this week you can always submit stories for consideration by using our sub read it it's five by five deal dot reddit dot.

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"cachefly" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"cachefly" Discussed on Triangulation

"Bandwidth for triangulation is brought to you by cachefly at c a c h e f l y dot com this is triangulation episode three hundred forty nine recorded on friday june i twenty eighteen graham cochran the recording revolution this episode of triangulation is brought to you by fresh books the ridiculously easy to use cloud accounting software helping small business owners thrive try it free for thirty days at fresh books dot com slash triangulation and by the ring video doorbell stop crime before it happens in helped make your neighborhood safer with ring go to ring dot com slash triangulation and get up to one hundred fifty dollars off a ring of security kit heller the one and welcome to triangulation the show where we sit down with people of all facets of the technology world jason howell and i have to admit right off the top this is one of those episodes where i other across for someone with somewhat of selfish reasons because i'm a huge fan and in the music production space i don't really get a whole lot of chance on the shows here at twit to talk with people about music production for whatever reason so i'm thrilled to even get the opportunity to do that today i'm welcoming to the show graham cochran who is the founder of the recording revolution and so many other things how you doing graham i'm doing great how are you doing i'm doing awesome it's it's great to get the chance to talk with you this is one of those moments and i'm sure you've experienced this from people that meet with you many times i know i have because we do podcast here where someone meets you and they know so much about you and you know nothing about them.

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"cachefly" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"cachefly" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Bandwidth for the tech guy is provided by cachefly c a c h e f l y dot com this is layla port and this is my tech guy podcast show originally aired on the premiere networks on saturday may twenty six twenty eighteen zip code one thousand four hundred ninety one enjoy take podcast is brought to you by carbonite from customer data to disaster recovery and backup automatically protect everything in the cloud with carbonate to learn more visit carbonates dot com well hey hey hey leo laporte here i'm sorry did i wake you the tech guy time to talk about computers in the internet and we're talking about home theater and we're talking about digital photography and of course the computers in your pocket the smartphones computers on your mantlepiece the echoes in the homes and wow did you if you wanna talk by the way eight ask leo's phone number eight eight eight eight two seven five five three six that's a that's tollfree from anywhere in the us or canada eight eighty eight ask leo you can also if you if you call from outside that area just use skype it should cost you anything website tech guy labs dot com to kailash cams dot com always a good place to stop by if you have a question and you hurt here at answered and you just can't get to the piece of paper fast enough to write down to where you don't have to we all put we put it all up there and the nice thing is there's no sign up there's no you know there's no you don't have to pay.

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"cachefly" Discussed on All About Android

All About Android

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"cachefly" Discussed on All About Android

"Bandwidth for all about android is provided by cachefly at c a c h e f l y dot com this up sort of all about enter it is brought to you by ziprecruiter hiring ziprecruiter has revolutionized how you do it their technology identifies people with the right experience and invites them to ply to your job they find great candidates for you try it for free today at ziprecruiter dot com slash android welcome to all about android this so three hundred sixty nine recorded on tuesday may fifteenth twenty eighteen we are really source latest news hardware and apps for the android fateful jason howell and ron richards and i'm florence i on how you guys doing we're back from google i was told earlier today that i have a tan and why do i have a tan and i was like well because i would do developer conference that has largely held outside for three days straight outside this weekend it was nice on saturday i guess i kinda did but that that wouldn't i wouldn't have a base by then oh you set the base the base that developer's conference the base joining us not pre ipo which is what usually happens but post i o because as you saw last week we had a different episode of i episode is mike wolfson returning mike wilson dot com google developer expert all around awesome guy it's good to have you back thank you for joining us awesome to be here feel like i was for very worthy folks.

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"cachefly" Discussed on All About Android

All About Android

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"cachefly" Discussed on All About Android

"Bandwidth for all about android is provided by cachefly at c a c h e f l y dot com this episode of all that android is brought to you by rocket mortgage by quicken loans home plays a big role in your life and that's why quickenloans created rocket mortgage it lets you apply simply and understand the entire mortgage process fully so you can be confident you're getting the right mortgage for you get started at rocket mortgage dot com slash android and by wordpress reach more customers when you build your business website on wordpress dot com plans start at just four dollars a month get fifteen percent off any new plan outward press dot com slash all about android what about android episode three hundred sixty eight recorded on wednesday may ninth twenty eighteen where we source the latest news hardware and apps for the android faithful jason how influence i on and we are google i o twenty eighteen we're having a great time so far obviously you can't come to ohio and not have a great time that's kind of the beauty of coming here year after year joining us today is awesome to get you on finally jeff jarvis honored yes from this week in google obviously everybody watching this recognize you from this week in google cuny law professor so far enjoying the show right on yeah and he just got andrew p all figured out and you help you do the rest of it.

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"cachefly" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"cachefly" Discussed on Triangulation

"Bandwidth for triangulation is brought to you by cachefly at c a c h e f l y dot com this is triangulation episode three forty five recorded may the fourth twenty eighteen robert curson this episode of triangulation is brought to you by the ring video doorbell stop crime before it happens and make your neighborhoods safer with ring go to ring dot com slash triangulation and get up to one hundred fifty dollars off a ring of security kit and buy fresh books the ridiculously easy to use cloud accounting software helping small business owners thrive try it free for thirty days at fresh bookstore com slash triangulation welcome to triangulation im meghan rooney filling in for leo laporte and today i am very excited to talk to robert curson robert curzon is the best selling author of shadow divers which was the true story of two americans who solve one of the last mysteries of world war two curson hunts also been an attorney although he asked me not to remind him of that award winning journalist who stories of peered in roy rolling stone the new york times magazine esquire and other publications and most recently he is the author of rocket men the story behind apollo eight thank you so much for joining us robert oh so such a pleasure and honor for me to be here thank you thank you so every person i talked to that about this interview i said you know he wrote this book about apollo eight and everyone's like apollo which one was that i know eleven thirteen i'm familiar with one so tell us about what how you got interested in writing about apollo eight while i was showing some friends through the museum of science and industry in chicago here where i live and the museum it's a world class museum in happens to have the only uboat in north america i think there are five u boats remaining german u boats and just one in the united states in its in chicago so i was showing friends that you because it's a perfect match for the boat i wrote about my first book shadow divers which told the story.

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"cachefly" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

MacBreak Weekly

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"cachefly" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

"This week on mac break weekly leo's away so we get to play we get to talk about things like right to repair the iphone earnings silly season new iphone as e potentially at and t and verizon cracking down on e sims and apple plus shazaki i'm taking on the eu that casts you love from people you trust this is bandwidth for mac break weekly is provided by cachefly at ca c h e f l y dot com this is mac break weekly episode six oh seven recorded april twenty four twenty eighteen the ipad in andy's pants mak weekly is brought to you by ziprecruiter hiring ziprecruiter has revolutionized how you do it their technology identifies people with the right experience then invites them to apply to your job they find great candidates for you try it free today at ziprecruiter dot com slash back break and by rocket mortgage from quicken loans home plays a big role in your life that's why quicken loans created rocket mortgage it lets you apply simply and understand the entire mortgage process fully so you can be confident you're getting the right mortgage for you get started at rocket mortgage dot com slash mac break and by roman amends health company that offers online remote diagnosis for ed and convenient monthly private delivery of medication for fifty dollars off your first month visit get roman dot com slash mak break it's time for mac break weekly yes that one time a week where we get to talk about actual apple news and you know all the other comic book and star wars and and batman stuff we usually talk about joining me as always we have the rock the foundation of the show andy in not co.

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"cachefly" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"cachefly" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Bandwidth for the tech guy is provided by cachefly c a c h e f l y dot com hi this is layla port and this is my tech guy podcast the show originally aired on the premiere networks on saturday march thirty first twenty eighteen zip code one thousand four hundred seventy five enjoy the tech podcast is brought to you by last past join over thirteen million last pass users at start managing and securing your passwords today learn more at last past dot com slash twit well hey hey hey how are you today leo laporte here the guy time to talk computers the internet home feeder digital photography smartphones smart watches all that jazz eight ask leo that's the phone number eight two seven five five three six as toll free from anywhere in the us or canada come on come on gimme ring if you wanna talk about technology guess we gotta talk about right now about cell phones because i told you i said i said it many times if there's a any danger from radiation from cell phones or wi fi all let you know and as i said many times so far there isn't but now there is but it is not cause for concern yet we're waiting for recommendations from the fda and others but there is some evidence that there may be well it causes it can cause cancer in male rats not so start so sure about female rats.

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"cachefly" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"cachefly" Discussed on Triangulation

"Bandwidth for triangulation is brought to you by cachefly at c a c h e f l y dot com this is triangular episode three forty recorded march thirtieth twenty eighteen john battelle welcomed to triangulation this is the show where we talk to some of the most interesting people in technology today i am very excited to talk to john battelle his the founder of six companies he helped launch wired magazine launched the industry standard federated media the web two point oh summit newco and others he's also the author of the two thousand five book back when people still read books the search how google and its rivals rewrote the rules of business and transformed our culture thanks for joining us john very happy to be here thank you having begging so i wanna start just in your background you have journalism background but you've mostly been in the technology space what came first your interest in journalism or technology they were equal i would say having no skills i mean i did a bit of coding i actually put myself halfway through college doing some scripting which i guess would be called scripting now but in the nineteen eighties it was database scripting added know that that was the thing you could do you know that would turn into a career i just had to learn how to do it so i could make a little extra money and we're coating apps search apps for college search databases as a matter of fact that app in the nineteen as i think is still better than what's online today but that's another story.

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"cachefly" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"cachefly" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Bandwidth for the tech guy is provided by cachefly c a c h e f l y dot com this is leo laporte and this is my tech guy podcast is show originally aired the premiere networks on sunday march twenty fifth twenty eighteen this is episode one thousand four hundred seventy four enjoy the podcast is brought to you by active campaign if you have a growing business and you want to acquire more customers you need active campaign their solution goes beyond marketing automation to get the right type of message to the right person at the right time that's magic for free trial go to active campaign dot com slash twit well hey hey hey how are you today leo laporte here the tech guy tuck computers and the internet and home theater and digital photography smartphones smart watches eight eight ask leo that's the phone number eight eight eight two seven five five three six that's number toll free from anywhere in the us or canada if you're from belgium that's okay you can use skype or some sort of magic technology to to call that number eighty eight eight ask leo website tech guy labs dot com tech guy lambs dot com if you hear something on the show and you you know you just you're driving around you don't have time to write down don't you don't even need to don't even bother don't don't even think of it just go to just write this down tech guy labs dot com or remember it and that's where everything is i talk about all the we call them show notes links discussions we put audio and video from.

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