Google gave us a lot of goodies, but none so impressive as the length of the keynote. They moved faster than anyone else we have ever seen.
We talk again about blocking content, now that iOS 9 allows apps in the app store. We discuss the need, the controversy, and how you can try to do it proactively
(We go a little long)
Lifehacker did a top ten of simple computer tasks everybody should know. The problem is they wrote 100 words on it, and left. Sure they provided links, but they didn’t go into enough detail. As a security podcast we take issue to just saying “Stay Secure, here is a quick link.”
The lifehacker link is here: http://lifehacker.com/5941496/top-10-simple-things-every-computer-user-should-know-how-to-do/1723964924
We talk about what Apple announced today. Is Apple Pencil a joke, do we like Eddie Cue’s matching Product RED watch, and do we play games on our streaming set top boxes?
We spoke last week about a great site (http://privacytools.io), but only got through a little of it. This week we hopefully finish.
Edit: We go long.
Both Tom and Chaim found a great website called PrivacyTools.io. It lists safe habits and recommended programs that should be used. We talk about it.
Privacy Tools | Privacytools.io
We looked at an Ars Technica story about the difference between normal internet denizens and security researchers regarding their online habits.