TEC067: Inspired by the SpaceX manned mission, Dom Bettinelli, Thomas Sanjurjo, and Jack Baruzzini discuss how space-related technology’s coolness factor can inspire the rest of us. Also a lickable display; Zoom buys Keybase; Police can’t look at your lock screen; AP exam iPhone fails; and eBay port-scanning you.
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Links for this episode:
- NASA DM-2
- How SpaceX’s Crew Dragon Demo-2 mission will work in 13 steps | Space
- Elon Musk’s SpaceX Suit Is Like a Tuxedo for the Starship Enterprise – The New York Times
- In the era of socially distanced concerts, here?s what it was like at New Hampshire?s first drive-in show. – The Washington Post
- Hundreds attend outdoor church service in Massachusetts
- Drive-In movie theaters see resurgence due to social distancing rules – Washington Times
- iPhone’s HEIC Format Causing Some Students to Fail AP Exams, Here’s How to Fix It – MacRumors
- ‘Taste Display’ Brings Fake Flavors to Your Tongue
- Judge Rules FBI Cannot View a Phone Lock Screen Without a Warrant – MacRumors
- Zoom buys Keybase in first deal as part of plan to fix security
- eBay port scans visitors’ computers for remote access programs
Picks of the Week:
- Jack: Stellarium Mobile Sky app for iOS and Android
- Thomas: Kerbal Space Program
- Dom: SPACEX – ISS Docking Simulator
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