Stuart Langridge, Jono Bacon, Jeremy Garcia, and special guest presenter Jeff Atwood present Bad Voltage, in which we all had baby hacker names, burner phones are probably not required, and:
- [00:04:00] In the news this week: the 2038 problem, advertisers start boycotting YouTube over ads on hate speech videos, Apple and augmented reality, and speaking passwords out loud with your lips used for authentication
- [00:21:23] Open Source Project Communication: historically open source projects used mailing lists and IRC. These days people use Slack and forums. What’s the future of communication for these kinds of projects, particularly given the balance of openness vs convenience?
- [00:46:00] Ads vs Recommendations: Google Home devices start doing ads for films, and everyone’s pretty upset. But these aren’t ads! They’re recommendations. According to Google at least. Is this a legit argument? Where is the blurry line between an advert and a helpful suggestion?