May 1, 2011
Regular hosts: Dave, Jen, John
This week's topics of discussion:
19:01:36 stlouisohio -> hello
19:02:23 stlouisohio -> might be but longer story short it was my maiden name (stlouis) and i'm in dayton
19:18:42 stlouisohio -> i'm not surprised at all that they know everything about me and my use
19:19:30 JasonR -> Hello
19:19:38 dave -> hey hey
19:20:06 JasonR -> Listening to the stream. Very echoy.
19:20:24 dave -> argh
19:20:25 JasonR -> Sounds like you are speaking at the end of a very long series of tubes.
19:20:39 dave -> it's not a dumptruck
19:21:29 JasonR -> This data was never transmitted outside, correct? It was uploaded to Apple servers?
19:21:33 stlouisohio -> noticing the echo now aswell
19:21:37 JasonR -> was never uloadded...
19:22:45 stlouisohio -> by using any tech I guess i always just assume that data is being collected
19:25:41 JenM -> 5. Can Apple locate me based on my geo-tagged Wi-Fi hotspot and cell tower data? No. This data is sent to Apple in an anonymous and encrypted form. Apple cannot identify the source of this data.
19:32:35 stlouisohio -> have to head out for the night, bye everybody
19:32:50 JasonR -> Isn't disappointment one of the first lessons about 21st century learning?
19:33:04 JenM -> @JR ... if not, should be :)
19:42:14 JenM -> The changing publishing industry. What happens when people stop believing the marketing hype? http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000142405274870383800457627481396360978...
"When I saw that highly successful authors were charging $9.99 for an e-book, I thought that if I can make a profit at 99 cents, I no longer have to prove I'm as good as them," says Mr. Locke. "Rather, they have to prove they are ten times better than me."
19:46:10 JasonR -> Cylons
19:46:45 Scott Shelhart (@kd9sr) -> A good beat, but its hard to dance to
19:47:38 DaveC -> Is it just me or is the sound gone all flablooey?
19:48:30 DaveC -> must be the fault of AWS
19:55:56 JenM -> Nite all!