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Hands-On Photography 157: Andre Brown: Photographers' Go-to Tip
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Andre Brown joins Ant Pruitt on Hands-On Photography to discuss getting started with wedding photography. Some great tips and insights that can help photographers get started with this capturing beautiful wedding imagery and video.

Host: Ant Pruitt

Guest: Andre Brown

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Tech News Weekly 263: Swifties Sue Ticketmaster
Confirmed 4
  • Mark Gurman from Bloomberg joins the show to talk about Apple adding new user security options to further protect one's data within Apple's ecosystem.
  • Mikah Sargent has an interesting conversation with someone special about ChatGPT & OpenAI.
  • Jason Howell talks about the Taylor Swift ticket sale through Ticketmaster and what has occurred since the cancellation of public ticket sales due to high demand.
  • Finally, Mikah talks about the recent trend of AI-generated portraits through services like Lensa and shares some examples of himself generated through the app.

Hosts: Jason Howell and Mikah Sargent

Guest: Mark Gurman

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This Week in Google 693: The Best Part is the Grease
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  • The founder of Craigslist on giving away his money, whether billionaires should exist, and why so many of our plutocrats lose their mind.
  • S.F. officials investigating allegedly illegal bedrooms at Twitter HQ, as Elon Musk criticizes Mayor Breed.
  • Sam Altman: "ChatGPT launched on wednesday. today it crossed 1 million users!"
  • Jailbreaking ChatGPT on Release Day - by Zvi Mowshowitz.
  • I asked GPTchat to write about folding T-shirts in the style of Malcolm Gladwell.
  • AI Homework.
  • Mastering the game of Go without human knowledge.
  • Elon Musk's Neuralink Is Under Federal Investigation for Animal Abuse.
  • Google shuts down Duplex on the Web, its attempt to bring AI smarts to retail sites and more.
  • Google Faces Pressure in Hong Kong Over Search Results for National Anthem.
  • Open Source Hospital Price Transparency.
  • The Supreme Court battle for Section 230 has begun.
  • Online safety bill returns to parliament after five-month delay.
  • "Org charts" comic by Manu Cornet.
  • A Twitter software engineer who created cartoons poking fun at his own company says he was fired because he's a 'troublemaker'.
  • "I thought I'd been hacked. It turned out I'd been fired": tales of a Twitter engineer.
  • Apple is adding end-to-end encryption to iCloud backups.
  • TikTok Is Sued by State of Indiana, Accused of Targeting Young Teens With Adult Content.
  • TikTok Shares the Top Clips, Creators and Trends in the App for 2022.
  • Corn Kid Is Doing Just Fine.
  • Microsoft Eyes 'Super App' to Break Apple and Google's Hold on Mobile Search.
  • NASA Awards $57M Contract to Build Roads on the Moon.
  • Pantone's 2023 color of the year is 'Viva Magenta'.
  • Leo plays with ChatGPT.
  • Google Search brings continuous scrolling to desktop.
  • Google will show you suggested keywords right under the search bar.
  • Chrome '@' shortcuts search tabs, bookmarks, and history right from the address bar.
  • ChromeOS 108: Files app Trash can, touchscreen keyboard redesign, more.
  • Google Photos will get worse at estimating your photo locations.
  • Google Messages starts rolling out group end-to-end encryption.
  • December Pixel Feature Drop has Clear Calling, a free VPN, and new Recorder tools for Google's latest phones.

Picks:

  • Stacey - Best binoculars 2022: Top picks for stargazing, wildlife and more.
  • Stacey - Ember Mug²
  • Stacey - Letter Napkin (Set of 4).
  • Stacey - Nori Press, Compact Iron & Steamer for Clothes.
  • Jeff - We all use phones on the toilet. Just don't sit more than 10 minutes.
  • Jeff - 52 things I learned in 2022.
  • Ant - First Look at KRK GoAux Studio Monitors.
  • Ant - The Woman King.

Hosts: Leo Laporte, Jeff Jarvis, Stacey Higginbotham, and Ant Pruitt

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Windows Weekly 806: Clippy in Prison
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There have been major moves in the Activision Blizzard drama this week

  • Brad Smith publicly lays out Microsoft's argument for the acquisition
  • Smith compares Sony to Blockbuster
  • He complains about Apple and Google app stores, but this deal won't help
  • He confirms that Microsoft offer Sony a 10-year Call of Duty contract
  • Microsoft comes to 10-year Call of Duty agreement with Nintendo, Steam... and then heads to Washington D.C. to explain to the FTC how Sony never even responded to this offer
  • Conclusions? Everyone is obsessed with Call of Duty but this is more about mobile than it is about COD. And Microsoft is remaining true to its vision for making games available wherever the gamers are. They did this with Minecraft, Flight Simulator, and more. And they will do this with AB's titles

Windows 11

  • Beta channel: Builds 22623.1028 and 22621.1028 finally address long-standing game performance issues in Windows 11. Right, they supposedly fixed this in stable already.
  • Microsoft is spamming Windows 10 users with ads for Windows 11... in the product, of course. Because slippery slope. There's even an ad in the OOBE no
  • Microsoft Edge version 108 is here with no new features for end users

Microsoft 365

  • Microsoft announces a free, Discord-like feature for Teams, starting on mobile. It's called Communities

Xbox

  • Microsoft announces that new AAA first-party games will be $70 starting next year
  • Microsoft Flight Simulator hits a big milestone
  • Here are the first Game Pass titles for December
  • Amazon Luna customers can now stream PC-based Ubisoft games for free

Tips and picks

  • Thurrott's Top Podcasts of the Year
  • Thurrott's Top Audiobooks of the Year
  • Thurrott's Top Music of the Year

Hosts: Leo Laporte and Paul Thurrott

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FLOSS Weekly 710: Open Source for Broadcast
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Tim Pozar and Brian David, both veterans of broadcasting, join Doc Searls and Shawn Powers on FLOSS Weekly. Broadcasting is easier, better and cheaper than ever to do, or to get into, thanks to open source developments of all kinds. Pozar and David share great information about this space.

Hosts: Doc Searls and Shawn Powers

Guests: Tim Požar and Brian David

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Think your open source project should be on FLOSS Weekly? Email [email protected].

Thanks to Lullabot's Jeff Robbins, web designer and musician, for our theme music.

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All About Android 607: The Blue Moustache
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  • It's December Pixel Feature Drop Day: Here is Everything New
  • Android TV 13 is ready for prime time with plenty of behind-the-scenes changes
  • Android 13 for TV is now available
  • Google's ADT-3 device, the only streamer for Android TV development, has been discontinued
  • Sources: Google preparing 'ADT-4' developer box for Android TV with upgraded specs
  • Nothing plans US smartphone launch, but don't expect a Phone 2 anytime soon
  • OnePlus to offer 4 OS updates and 5 years of 'regular' patches for all flagships from 2023
  • Hey, Google: It's time to step up your Pixel upgrade promise
  • EXCLUSIVE: Official OnePlus 11 Images and Specifications Leaked
  • Google Wallet is About to Get Digital Driver's Licenses in Beta
  • Sunbird Promises iMessage on Android and Blue Bubbles
  • Sunbird app waitlist signup on its website
  • Google Play lists best Android apps and games of 2022
  • Google names best Wear OS, Chromebook, and tablet apps of 2022
  • JR's tip of the week: ShareDrop
  • Microsoft OneDrive is a great place to store photos in the cloud.
  • Not all USB-C hubs are alike.
  • This guy LOVES his TicWatch Pro 3 GPS... And so does Juan!

Read our show notes here: http://bit.ly/3Y2c9qo

Hosts: Jason Howell, Ron Richards, and Huyen Tue Dao

Co-Host: JR Raphael

Guest: Juan Bagnell

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Security Now 900: LastPass Again
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  • Picture of the Week.
  • Don't mess with Australia.
  • Facebook / Meta fined by Ireland.
  • REvil's full Medibank dump.
  • Is nothing sacred?
  • Mozilla yanks a (no longer) trusted root.
  • Android Platform Certs Escape.
  • South Dakota says: No more Tik-Tok.
  • Albania blames its IT staff.
  • Good news on the memory safe languages front.
  • Black Hat USA 2022.
  • Another Chrome 0-day bites the dust.
  • Anker's Eufy Camera debacle.
  • An amazing-looking WiFi-6 router... $119.
  • Elon really said this.
  • Closing the Loop.
  • SpinRite.
  • LastPass Again.

 

Show Notes https://www.grc.com/sn/SN-900-Notes.pdf

Hosts: Steve Gibson and Leo Laporte

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MacBreak Weekly 847: Do You Wanna See My Eddys?
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  • Apple makes plans to move production out of China.
  • TSMC triples Arizona chip investment to $40bn.
  • Apple in talks to move some iPad production to India as part of its exodus from China.
  • Apple's anti-union tactics in Atlanta were illegal, US officials say.
  • St. Louis Apple Store employees explain U-turn on unionization effort.
  • The NLRB says Apple interrogated and coerced employees in Atlanta.
  • Elon Musk says Apple is Twitter's largest ad client; has now 'fully resumed' advertising on the platform.
  • Apple introduces Apple Music Sing.
  • Apple's new patent countersuit against AliveCor aims to 'set the record straight'.
  • Apple TV+ teases 2023 content slate.
  • Apple sued by two women over AirTag stalking.
  • Colorado grandmother sues police detective following SWAT raid based on false 'Find my iPhone' ping.
  • Carrot Weather gets mini-games, Live Activities support for all precipitation, Layout redesign, more.
  • Apple launches self service repair program in Europe.
  • Man with 300 iPhones violently robbed near Apple's Fifth Avenue flagship.

Picks of the Week:

  • Jason's Pick: Broadcasts 3.0
  • Andy's Pick: A Christmas Carol, read/performed by Patrick Stewart
  • Alex's Picks: Tis the Season & Reality Scan
  • Leo's Pick: Search All Apple Keynotes on Context

Hosts: Leo Laporte, Alex Lindsay, Andy Ihnatko, and Jason Snell

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iOS Today 631: Send Season's Greetings in the Mail
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From Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's cards, to birthday and thank-you notes, these apps make it easy to add a personal touch to your mail. Tune in to hear Rosemary Orchard and Mikah Sargent's top picks and get inspired to send some heartfelt cards to your loved ones!

  • Jacquie Lawson Ecards
  • Punkpost
  • ElfYourself
  • Felt
  • Moonpig: Birthday Cards
  • Ink Cards
  • thortful
  • Elfster
  • Affinity Designer 2 for iPad
  • Affinity Photo 2 for iPad
  • Affinity Publisher 2 for iPad
  • Pixelmator
  • Keynote


News

  • Apple introduces Apple Music Sing
  • Apple Launches Self Service Repair Program in Europe
  • Apple Pay launch in South Korea delayed due to review of local terms and conditions
  • PSA: Next time, I'll do AirTag battery replacement en-masse
  • HomePod Mini Launches in Finland, Norway, and Sweden on December 13 [Updated]


Shortcuts Corner

  • Rosemary shares a deal on a pre-lit smart Wreath from Twinkly and shows off her WiFi-connected Christmas tree.
  • Steven asks for help creating a Shortcut that generates category tags in the Notes app for iOS.


Feedback & Questions

  • Colleen writes in to share the Shortcut Colleen recently made. Turns out Shortcuts aren't just for Apple power users!
  • Robert asks for a recommendation on the best router to use with a complex smart home setup.


App Caps

  • Rosemary's App Cap: Belkin Camera Mount for macOS Ventura
  • Mikah's App Cap: How We Feel

Hosts: Mikah Sargent and Rosemary Orchard

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This Week in Tech 904: Bon Bons and Football
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Musk and Ye, chatting with ChatGPT, SF killer robots, Apple China protests

  • Elon Musk explains why Ye was suspended from Twitter.
  • EU warns Musk that Twitter faces ban over content moderation.
  • Twitter reinstates account of Daily Stormer's infamous neo-Nazi creator.
  • Elon Musk's Boring Company Ghosts Cities Across America.
  • Which VR headset does Georgia prefer?
  • China pledges to slowly exit 'zero covid'.
  • Apple to Lose 6 Million iPhone Pros From Tumult at China Plant.
  • Inside the Covid revolt at the Zhengzhou 'iPhone City' plant.
  • Apple Makes Plans to Move Production Out of China.
  • Elon Musk Says 'Misunderstanding' With Apple Is Resolved.
  • Apple limited a crucial AirDrop function in China just weeks before protests.
  • Stable Diffusion with Core ML on Apple Silicon.
  • @hankgreen: Someone suggested that I ask MidJourney to show me a cat but to keep adding "A"s until it wasn't a cat anymore. Here is "cat."
  • Who Is the Woman Haunting A.I.-Generated Art?
  • ChatGPT.
  • @JoannaStern: HOLY #@*%!!!! The robots can indeed replace me. And they have a better handle on dash and comma usage.
  • Jailbreaking ChatGPT on Release Day.
  • Leo plays around with ChatGPT.
  • Building A Virtual Machine inside ChatGPT.
  • SF police killer robots could be approved. Here's what that means.
  • U.S. Army Planned to Pay Streamers Millions to Reach Gen-Z Through Call of Duty.
  • Feds likely to challenge Microsoft's $69 billion Activision takeover.
  • Happy birthday and farewell, SMS! It's time for RCS.
  • U.S Cable TV Companies Quietly Bled Another 785,000 Paying Customers Last Quarter.
  • Smash World Tour organizers blame Nintendo for championship shutdown.
  • Report: ID.me Lied About Pretty Much Everything While Providing Identification Services To The Government.
  • Physicists Create 'the Smallest, Crummiest Wormhole You Can Imagine'
  • Pantone's 2023 color of the year is 'Viva Magenta'

Host: Leo Laporte

Guests: Georgia Dow, Owen JJ Stone, and Rene Ritchie

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Published Sunday
The Tech Guy 1950
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Apple plans to move iPhone production out of China. How do you transfer your calendar & text messages from an Android phone to an iPhone? What are some excellent wireless charger options? Is it worth purchasing an international plan when traveling overseas? Is it secure to store sensitive documents in the cloud, and what are my options for a secure cloud services? What are some recommendations for universal remotes nowadays? Should you wait for the next generation of the Apple Mac Studio? Why can't I play mp3 files on my Samsung phone? Plus, conversations with Sam Abuelsamid, Chris Marquardt & the Blue assignment review, and Rod Pyle!

  • Apple planning to move iPhone production out of China.
  • How to transfer and sync your calendar & chats from your Android phone to your iPhone.
  • Sam Abuelsamid & Tesla's Semi trucks.
  • Setting up a home theater system in 2022: doing it yourself and how to start?
  • What will happen to radio in the future?
  • What are some good wireless chargers?
  • How to prepare for overseas travel? Do you need to buy an international plan from your mobile provider?
  • Chris Marquardt and the Blue assignment review
  • What cloud storage options are best for secure documents?
  • Recommendations for universal remotes.
  • Should you wait for the next Apple Mac Studio?
  • Should I get a MacBook Pro or MacBook Air? M1 or M2?
  • Rod Pyle and 3D-printed structures on the moon.
  • Why can't I play my mp3 files on my Samsung phone?

Host: Leo Laporte

Guests: Sam Abuelsamid, Chris Marquardt, and Rod Pyle

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Published Sunday
The Tech Guy 1949
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How to customize a Mastodon server. How to set up a shuffling iPhone Lock Screen. Suggestions for improving WiFi in a metal building. Troubleshooting embedded video on a webpage. Providing an internet connection to rural security cameras. Upgrading to a mesh networking system at home. Tips for mitigating tinnitus. Playing PC games on a Mac. Plus, conversations with Johnny Jet and Dick Debartolo.

  • Veriforever - a personalized plaque to commemorate your Twitter verification
  • Amazon Alexa is a "colossal failure," on pace to lose $10 billion this year | Ars Technica
  • Mastodon Help - Guide - Personalize your iPhone Lock Screen - Apple Support
  • UISP airMAX NanoStation M2 – Ubiquiti Inc.
  • UISP airMAX NanoStationM 5 GHz loco Station – Ubiquiti Inc.
  • Guy Parsons on Twitter: "'#AI, make me a movie.'
  • ChatGPT: Optimizing Language Models for Dialogue
  • RadioLabs - The Wireless and Radio Experts - RadioLabs
  • Hardball: How Politics Is Played, Told by One Who Knows the Game: Matthews, Chris: 9780684845593: Amazon.com: Books
  • Arlo Go 2 versus Eufy 4G Starlight: LTE camera head-to-head - The Verge
  • Arlo Go 2 Wireless Security Camera with LTE & Wi-Fi Connectivity | Arlo
  • Ben Franklin effect - Wikipedia
  • Johnny Jet | Simplify your Travel
  • YAY! American Airlines Brings Back Its Best Online Booking Feature -
  • eero Wi-Fi 6 IEEE 802.11ax Ethernet Wireless Router - Walmart.com $119.99
  • Informed Delivery - Mail & Package Notifications | USPS
  • Play background sounds on iPhone to mask environmental noise - Apple Support
  • Monitor your environmental noise exposure with Apple Watch - Apple Support
  • Boot Camp Assistant User Guide for Mac - Apple Support
  • StableDiffusion can generate an image on Apple Silicon Macs in under 18 seconds, thanks to new optimizations in macOS 13.1 - 9to5Mac
  • Tech Guy Labs | Giz Wiz Biz
 

Host: Leo Laporte

Guests: Mikah Sargent, Johnny Jet, and Dick DeBartolo

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This Week in Enterprise Tech 521: Merry xNAS
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GitHub Actions vulnerability, US bans sales of Huawei, TrueNAS open source hyperconverged storage, and more.

  • Tesla finally delivers its first production Semi
  • Artifact poisoning in GitHub Actions imports malware via software pipelines
  • US bans sales of Huawei, Hikvision, ZTE, and Dahua equipment
  • FBI, CISA say Cuba ransomware gang extorted $60M from victims this year
  • Data security concerns are driving changes in US consumer behavior and demands
  • iXsystems VP of Marketing Mario Blandini talks about TrueNAS' open source storage and how it can be leveraged in a wide range of environments

Hosts: Louis Maresca, Brian Chee, and Curtis Franklin

Guest: Mario Blandini

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This Week in Space 39: Artemis Update
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Former NASA astronaut Doug Hurley joins us to talk about the mission of Artemis I and his time as a NASA astronaut, flying multiple shuttle missions and the groundbreaking DEMO-2 mission in SpaceX's then-new Crew Dragon.

Hosts: Rod Pyle and Tariq Malik

Guest: Doug Hurley

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