Russel Goldenberg & Caitlyn Ralph from The Pudding join Amelia & Nick to talk about how they create data-driven, interactive articles, how the team works on both The Pudding’s data journalism articles and Polygraph’s client work. We also dive into how the team works with contractors and how the company manages itself using a Holocratic method.
In internal memo, Apple says it is monitoring legal challenges to Texas abortion law; Elon Musk praises Chinese automakers amidst regulatory scrutiny; Defy Partners leads $3M round into sales intelligence platform Aircover
The Dutch city of Utrecht wants to have the world’s first bi-directional EV power grid. The Russian government ordered Google and Apple to remove an app meant to guide supporters of Alexei Navalny on how to deprive Vladimir Putin’s, United Russia, of votes in regional and federal elections. Protocol’s sources say Google plans to add free TV channels to Google TV, and is currently in talks with several free, ad-supported streaming television channels.
Starring Tom Merritt, Chris Ashley, Len Peralta, Roger Chang, Joe.
Link to the Show Notes.
This week we recap some of the Apple News and discuss the latest productivity research from Microsoft. Plus, an update on Coté’s struggle to adopt Apple Notes…
Apple wins and loses in court, patches a vulnerability and release new products
Apple’s App Store Dealt Blow by Judge in Epic Antitrust Case
Apple must allow other forms of in-app purchases, rules judge in Epic v. Apple
Major win for Epic Games: Apple has 90 days to open up app store payments
FORCEDENTRY: NSO Group iMessage Zero-Click Exploit Captured in the Wild
Apple Issues Emergency Security Updates to Close a Spyware Flaw
The 8 biggest announcements from Apple’s iPhone 13 event
Study of Microsoft employees shows how remote work puts productivity and innovation at risk
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Facebook debuts Ray-Ban Stories, smart glasses that record video
EXCLUSIVE Wide-ranging SolarWinds probe sparks fear in Corporate America
Epic is shutting down Houseparty
Cross-Account Container Takeover in Azure Container Instances
Microsoft gives up predicting when its US offices will fully reopen
Hackers leak passwords for 500,000 Fortinet VPN accounts
How a New User Can Run Just One Container in the AWS Cloud…Maybe
Programming languages: Python is on the verge of another big step forward | ZDNet
Oracle falls short on revenue as it ramps up cloud investment
Investigation: How Roblox Is Exploiting Young Game Developers
Open Scheduling Infrastructure, Calendly was last valued at $3b valuation
The next Big Tech battle: Amazon’s bet on healthcare begins to take shape
Thoughtworks Rises With Others in Flurry of High-Performing IPOs
strongDM Raises $54M Series B ****
Chat App Discord Is Worth $15 Billion After New Funding
Microsoft in standoff with Amazon over big hire, names Charlie Bell to lead ‘bold’ new security group
Google Cloud CEO Thomas Kurian reorganizes engineering unit in hopes of gaining market share more quickly
Open source backend-as-a-service startup Supabase raises $30M
Canva raises $200 million at a $40 billion valuation
Intuit to buy Mailchimp for $12 billion
They will even sing 'Happy Birthday.' Robots are picking up unwanted jobs at a Latin restaurant in Texas
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Don’t Sleep On The Lawn, There’s An AI-Powered, Flamethrower-Wielding Robot About
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God of War Ragnarok Is the End (Kinda) - Kinda Funny Games Daily 09.17.21
Greg and Blessing rant about THQ Nordic for a while, talk about God of War: Ragnarok ending the Norse saga, and drink beer... at 10:29 am. You make this happen; I hope you're proud of yourself.
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Head of Instagram comments on teen impact, Jay-Z’s NFT lawsuit + Sourcegraph’s Quinn Slack | E1285
First, Jason reacts to comments from Head of Instagram Adam Mosseri on the impact of Instagram on teen girls and comparing the risks of social media to the automobile industry (1:50). Then, Jason breaks down OpenSea's update on their front-running employee (11:55), and Jay-Z's NFT lawsuit (15:40). Finally, Sourcegraph CEO Quinn Slack joins to discuss growing his universal code search engine, selling a high-ticket SaaS product and more (21:48)!
This week we’re joined by Adam Jacob, CEO of System Initiative and Co-Founder of Chef, about open source business models and the model he thinks is the right one to choose, his graceful exit from Chef and some of the details behind Chef’s acquisition in 2020 for $220 million…in cash, and how his perspective on open source has or has not changed as a result. Adam also shared as much stealth mode details as he could about System Initiative.
Twitter Super Follows has generated only around $6K+ in its first two weeks; Ford boosts spending to increase production capacity of its F-150 Lightning electric truck; Lucid Air snags the longest range EV title, surpassing Tesla
When Facebook's Staff Flagged Criminal Content, Its Response Was Weak
Facebook employees have raised alarms about drug cartels, human traffickers and violent militias using the platform to recruit in developing countries. But the social-media giant's response often doesn't go far enough to stop dangerous posts on its platforms. Reporter Justin Scheck joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss why the company struggles to handle this content and the catastrophic effects it can have in these places.
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Checks, Balances, and Freedom: Censorship vs The Internet
Who wins in the battle of the internet and freedom of speech? 🥊 Amy Tom, Ellen Stevens, and Zaeem Shoaib chat about censorship and the internet. We all know that fake news = bad, but how do we stop it from being spread without limiting freedom of speech?
🌏 THIS WEEK ON PLANET INTERNET:
The ensuing battle between freedom of speech and protecting people (01:07) ⚔️
What is the dealio with freedom of speech on the other side of the world? (05:39) 😼
Wait, what even is Litecoin? (08:55) 😂
What does Zaeem, resident journalist, say about fake news & fact-checking? (14:20) 😵
Uh oh marky mark, Facebook is under fire AGAIN this week (19:42) 🔥
Who gets to decide what is okay and not okay? (27:47) 👀
Republican leaders in Texas sign off on a new bill about social media content moderation (33:22) 🤯
🗒️ SHOW NOTES:
"Fake News Vs. Censorship in the Battle for the Internet" by on HackerNoon: lol sorry guys, Walmart will NOT be accepting Litecoin: Here's that insider link to a story about WSJ's report on Facebook (cause no paywalls 🙅): A new bill that requires tech giant social media companies to disclose more info on their algorithm:
Managing and Capturing Errors in Angular ft. Philipp Kief - AiA 325
Philipp Kief is a German developer who walks through how to manage and capture errors in your Angular application and how to display them to users.
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I need to warn y’all in advance that we don’t discuss Apple news at all this week because nothing really jumped out at us for the IoT. But we did have a lot of other big news starting with Wyze raising $100 million and sharing the precariousness of its situation over the last 18 months. … Continue reading Episode 338: Wyze comes back from the edge