Your ISPs gateway is like an electric locomotive and everything that’s connected is a car along the train. The gateway has both the modem and the router. Most retail routers for sale today shouldn’t be sold because their underlying processor architecture is outdated and leaves every device that connects to it vulnerable. This episode can get you on track with why residential security is the pits these days. After a little browser history, you’ll see why Google is the RR tycoon in our analogy and there’s a research paper out there to back it all up!
What does it take to get a break from technology? Technology (sometimes). It’s not entirely strange; decompressing on a rainy day or when time is limited can use the aid of hardware to make the livin’ easy. Techxiety, remember, revolves a great deal around the intangibles that were previously private unto us that software is exploiting. So a look at hardware undoing some of that stress also seems a fitting revenge.
You wont believe how many skills new smart speakers have or what asinine direction some may be headed!
For what it’s worth to you,
we’ve been shy about method
and brazen about content in a manic push
to calculate the best way to move
from concept to publishing as smoothly as possible.
The real reason is that some episode Part One’s are recorded twice after the host establishes a more concrete idea on review. This adds up to a very big waste of time if the workflow for podcasting is still floundering around and being hammered out. Maybe you know?
We love to have the time to publish those revisions instead of miss a day.
Hardware and software discussed…