Ep 40: A Hot Bowl of Sharkfin Disruption Soup

Grumpy Old Geeks Podcast —  January 13, 2014

The guys are back together for a special in-person episode in the Venice Beach Studio. They talk about lots of things that make them grumpy and Jason keeps confusing Terminator and Transformers. Brian busts out some new apps and the like.

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Shownotes

Jason on Quit!

Disrupt! Disrupt! Disrupt! Courtesy of Miller via GOG facebook

Snapchat guy is douchy. Shocker.

I Decided to Delete All My Facebook Activity

AT&T’s ‘Sponsored Data’ Program An Admission That Data Caps Have Nothing To Do With Congestion

Google, Apple, Facebook, and the NSA: Tech companies come together to limit government surveillance.

Google just won’t let Google+ die. Who the hell is the product lead on that?

Buddhify releases new version

Argus

Jelly

Colossatron

Headlines Against Humanity

Grumpy Old Graphic Designers

Happy Birthday iPhone! Here Are 7 Things You Killed

Sherlock is back!!!!

Sennheiser HD-280

Beats Studio:

Ab-so-fuckin-lutely fabulous. And they aren’t kickstartering it.

iPhone case with Storage!

Michael Bay walks out of Samsung press conference

Why the cult of hard work is counter-productive

To Protect and Infect: The militarization of the internet

NSA reportedly intercepting laptops purchased online to install spy malware

2013 is the year that proved your ‘paranoid’ friend right

THE NSA AND THE CORROSION OF SILICON VALLEY

Why I want Bitcoin to die in a fire By Charlie Stross

2014: The Rise of Indie Tech

American companies respond to new NSA hacking claims

Intermittent fasting: The good things it did to my body

How A Punk Band Fooled MI6, Scared Margaret Thatcher And Almost Caused A Diplomatic Incident

KIM DOTCOM: THE MAN BEHIND MEGA

YAHOO AD SERVER HACK COMPROMISES THOUSANDS WITH JAVA EXPLOITS

Triple star system ‘can reveal secrets of gravity’

Fundamentals of learning: the exploration-exploitation trade-off

Burglars Who Took On F.B.I. Abandon Shadows

The Silk Road’s Libertas Is Free, To The Annoyance Of U.S. Authorities, While DoJ Mulls BTC Sell-Off

John McAfee ‘elated’ at Intel’s decision to drop his name from security software

John McAfee says he can NSA-proof your communications for $100

Hire by Auditions, Not Resumes

Helping clients as a web generalist

Fearing NSA Surveillance, 25 Percent Of Firms Plan To Move Data Offshore

Sabu wasn’t the only FBI mole in LulzSec, suggest leaked docs

Introducing DNSCrypt (Preview Release)

Why Infinite-Scrolling in Mobile Apps is Destroying Content Consumption