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For weekly deep conversations about tech, family, budgeting and how it all ties together for the modern family come hang out with me everyday as we break down the latest news.

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The Economic Need for Replaceable Batteries | DC Tech Talks Podcast

There are plenty of reasons to make this accessible for more users, from environmental to economic. I realized after repairing my daughters Honor 7x, that I now have three devices in use after battery replacements, all of them repaired for a combined cost of $60. Repairing my daughter's phone only cost $15. Imagine the benefit so many people could have when a repair costs a fraction of a new device and the manufacturer wasn’t conspiring against you to block this process. This is even more evident now as millions of people are out of work just like me, looking to save every penny they can. Contact me Would love to hear from you on this topic! Email: obscurednarration@gmail.com Twitter: @domcoriveau - https://twitter.com/domcorriveau ********** Digital marketing professional Into digital marketing? Get a newsletter all about the best stuff in digital marketing over the last week plus deep-dives into this industry. https://gwth.us/marketingmixer Check out my sister podcast Go With The Heat. We just relaunched the show after going through all of the 80's goodness that was Miami Vice. The updated show is now going deeper into the greatest era of action movies, 1975 - 1995. http://gowiththeheat.com Listen to Go With The Heat, anytime without a subscription! Spotify: https://gwth.us/gwthspotify TuneIn: https://gwth.us/gwthtunein YouTube: https://gwth.us/gwthyt Music "Werq", "Basic Implosion" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

19 minMAY 8
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The Economic Need for Replaceable Batteries | DC Tech Talks Podcast

Video, content, and RSS - The need for curation | DC Tech Talks Podcast

Earlier, Flipboard announced a $3/month subscription (coming soon) to curate public video into a single feed. What I really want is a way to easily consolidate YouTube, feeds, newsletters, and podcasts into a single source. Unfortunately, this Flipboard subscription is a good idea, too lost in its own ego, justifying the “algorithm” over allowing indie curators and creators to build their own audiences. The sad truth is that this could have been a reality, if RSS was treated as an important feature of the open web. Instead, modern content is all about the platform, not content. Contact me Would love to hear from you on this topic! Email: obscurednarration@gmail.com Twitter: @domcoriveau - https://twitter.com/domcorriveau ********** Digital marketing professional Into digital marketing? Get a newsletter all about the best stuff in digital marketing over the last week plus deep-dives into this industry. https://gwth.us/marketingmixer Check out my sister podcast Go With The Heat. We just relaunched the show after going through all of the 80's goodness that was Miami Vice. The updated show is now going deeper into the greatest era of action movies, 1975 - 1995. http://gowiththeheat.com Listen to Go With The Heat, anytime without a subscription! Spotify: https://gwth.us/gwthspotify TuneIn: https://gwth.us/gwthtunein YouTube: https://gwth.us/gwthyt Music "Werq", "Basic Implosion" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

7 minMAR 12
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Video, content, and RSS - The need for curation | DC Tech Talks Podcast

The Bliss of /e/ OS – The UnGoogled Android | DC Tech Talks Podcast - Ep. 38

One of the biggest factors I take into consideration before purchasing an Android phone is if it is supported by 3rd. party ROM’s. Previously I’ve run devices without Google Apps after installing LineageOS, which had significant speed and battery performance in addition to privacy upgrades. Last week I installed /e/ OS on my Honor 5x after stumbling on it on Twitter. There’s a few aspects of this really unique OS that I feel merit a test for anyone who has a supported device. The /e/ operating system isn’t just a custom ROM. They’ve developed an integrated ecosystem of default apps to replace typical Google services along with utilizing MicroG framework to help more apps work without access to Google Play Services. This isn’t a full review of the OS, but my initial takeaways of what might be the most interesting attempt at a non-Google Linux mobile OS and something I think I’m going to stick with for the long run. For show notes, tech notes and more check out obscurednarration.com. Shout at me on Twitter @domcorriveau, would love to hear your feedback on this topic and more.

28 min2019 SEP 20
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The Bliss of /e/ OS – The UnGoogled Android | DC Tech Talks Podcast - Ep. 38

Nostalgia and Rose-Colored Glasses for Blackberry

On the blog this week was… Admitting my continued love of Blackberry and if physical keyboards on phones are worth it. Blog is on ObscuredNarration.com right now. This podcast allows me to go deeper on this topic. For some time, I’ve been fixated on finding the right mobile device for me. A device that’s curated just for my use case, not a black slab of glass that is just a notification vehicle. In my heart I thought this was a device with a physical keyboard. Thinking of this I fondly remember my days as a Blackberry Curve user and how much I loved that phone. But now, I’m not so sure if I wanted it for getting more work done, or if my rose-colored nostalgia for the early days of smartphones. This podcast has undergone a lot of changes and big gaps in publishing, I recognize that. I tried to cover the news and that just set me up for failure. I follow news closely but I’m not a reporter. Instead of a podcast this will be more of a journal (which is what I changed my blog into as well). I need a place to talk about the random tech shenanigans I’m up to, what I’m learning and what’s rolling around in my brain. This isn’t what’s always at the top of the news cycle. Sometimes the news might trigger it. I dislike where tech is going. Often “tech enthusiasts” are just people who know how to use a laptop or phone and just does the things the company that makes it tells them to do. When they run into a problem, they just look for another app to fix it. These are the same people that wait for huge keynotes so the company can tell them how to use the device and what new apps will fix their life’s problems. Budget tech is about biggest bang for your buck. Its about making things last longer. Its about finding solutions, using critical thinking to find and build your own solutions. Its about fixing things yourself, not subscribing to Apple Care For show notes, tech notes and more check out obscurednarration.com. Shout at me on Twitter @domcorriveau, would love to hear your feedback on this topic and more.

30 min2019 SEP 15
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Nostalgia and Rose-Colored Glasses for Blackberry

DC Talks Podcast Daily - Going all in on Joplin Notes - May 9, 2019

Its time to talk about the next weekend project and this time I'm talking all about notes apps. Actually, I'm talking about my favorite notes app called Joplin. I lay out why I love Joplin and why I switched to it from Google Keep. Links Replace Your To-Do List With Interstitial Journaling To Increase Productivity - https://web.archive.org/web/20190101232404/https://betterhumans.coach.me/replace-your-to-do-list-with-interstitial-journaling-to-increase-productivity-4e43109d15ef?gi=9a535dc0b8be For some reason this was pulled down from Medium... The link is the Internet Archive version of the page. Joplin Notes - https://joplinapp.org/ Read more Get more hot takes, deeper dives and inside information on tech and how it connects to humans. obscurednarration.com Get behind the scenes Twitter - @domcorriveau Instagram - @domcorriveau Reviews and more tech news on my YouTube Music "Werq", "Basic Implosion" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0...

13 min2019 MAY 9
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DC Talks Podcast Daily - Going all in on Joplin Notes - May 9, 2019

DC Talks Podcast Daily - Going mobile without the console - May 7, 2019

After much internal debate I pulled the trigger on a mobile device for my increasing travel. This is the normal process for me: Pick out the most expensive device and slowly talk myself out of it. Research the hell out of a used device and never purchase This time there's a third step in which I actually bought a device! For people on a tight budget spending any money is covered in several layers of guilt. It was incredibly important to me to get a device that covered 90% of my usecase which is why I chose this device for mobile gaming, media, podcasts and more... The Xiomi Redmi Note 7. Links Redmi Note 7 Specs - https://www.phonearena.com/phones/Xiaomi-Redmi-Note-7_id11110 Mini Metro Game - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nz.co.codepoint.minimetro&hl=en_US Steam Link - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.valvesoftware.steamlink&hl=en_US Read more Get more hot takes, deeper dives and inside information on tech and how it connects to humans. obscurednarra...

15 min2019 MAY 7
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DC Talks Podcast Daily - Going mobile without the console - May 7, 2019

DC Talks Podcast Daily - Standing Up for Human Cashiers - May 6, 2019

Week off after traveling for my 9-5 but right back to the deep news and today is all about Walmart and their new A.I. store. This video is all about context and how having cashiers who understand human context. I'm not much of a fan of the Amazon Go cashier-less store but this new concept from Walmart sounds much better. Human to human interaction is what makes or breaks businesses. If you don't trust your people and want to replace them with machines, the problem isn't with your employees... Its management. Links Walmart unveils an AI-powered store of the future, now open to the public - https://techcrunch.com/2019/04/25/walmart-unveils-an-a-i-powered-store-of-the-future-now-open-to-the-public/ Walmart’s Vudu Sets Originals With Queen Latifah, Evangeline Lilly, Randy Jackson for Free-Streaming Lineup - https://variety.com/2019/digital/news/vudu-originals-queen-latifah-evangeline-lilly-randy-jackson-blues-clues-1203204680/ Read more Get more hot takes, deeper dives and inside infor...

16 min2019 MAY 6
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DC Talks Podcast Daily - Standing Up for Human Cashiers - May 6, 2019

DC Talks Podcast Daily - Tech Hoarding on the Road - April 25, 2019

Its time to check in with the last weekend project and I've got to admit... I'm a serious overpacker when it come to travel. I do have a couple recommendations and a look forward to our next weekend project. YouTube-DL https://ytdl-org.github.io/youtube-dl/index.html Cable Organizer https://gwth.us/2UUBsO9 Read more Get more hot takes, deeper dives and inside information on tech and how it connects to humans. obscurednarration.com Blog RSS - https://feeds.feedburner.com/obscurednarration Get behind the scenes Twitter - @domcorriveau Instagram - @domcorriveau Reviews and more tech news on my YouTube Music "Werq", "Basic Implosion" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Subscribe Weekly Podcast RSS - https://feeds.feedburner.com/dctalkspodcast Daily Podcast RSS - https://anchor.fm/s/8af59bc/podcast/rss Video version - https://www.youtube.com/dominiccorriveau Miami Vice Podcast Back in 1984...

8 min2019 APR 25
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DC Talks Podcast Daily - Tech Hoarding on the Road - April 25, 2019

DC Talks Podcast Daily - It's time to switch... To Firefox - April 23, 2019

The browser wars are back! Firefox rescued the internet from the Internet Explorer takeover in the early aughts. Now its time for it to return and fight the new browswer... Chromium. With everyone making a Bling/V8 browser, from Brave to Edge and Opera, its time you take a look at Firefox again. Its a good thing Firefox is also the best browser on the planet right now. In today's episode I share my love for the feisty browser, its test pilot projects and a fork or two. Read more Get more hot takes, deeper dives and inside information on tech and how it connects to humans. obscurednarration.com Blog RSS - https://feeds.feedburner.com/obscurednarration Get behind the scenes Twitter - @domcorriveau Instagram - @domcorriveau Reviews and more tech news on my YouTube Music "Werq", "Basic Implosion" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Subscribe Weekly Podcast RSS - https://feeds.feedburner.c...

10 min2019 APR 23
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DC Talks Podcast Daily - It's time to switch... To Firefox - April 23, 2019

DC Talks Podcast Daily - An Ode to Disco Dingo - April 22, 2019

With the release of Ubuntu 19.04 Disco Dingo, the whole internet is celebrating... Okay, that's probably an overstatement. But this is a good day for computing in general. Considering the competition I give an ode to Ubuntu 19.04 and the freedom it brings. Read more Get more hot takes, deeper dives and inside information on tech and how it connects to humans. obscurednarration.com Blog RSS - https://feeds.feedburner.com/obscurednarration Get behind the scenes Twitter - @domcorriveau Instagram - @domcorriveau Reviews and more tech news on my YouTube Music "Werq", "Basic Implosion" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Subscribe Weekly Podcast RSS - https://feeds.feedburner.com/dctalkspodcast Daily Podcast RSS - https://anchor.fm/s/8af59bc/podcast/rss Video version - https://www.youtube.com/dominiccorriveau Miami Vice Podcast Back in 1984, Miami Vice changed the TV landscape not only for ...

13 min2019 APR 22
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DC Talks Podcast Daily - An Ode to Disco Dingo - April 22, 2019

Latest Episodes

The Economic Need for Replaceable Batteries | DC Tech Talks Podcast

There are plenty of reasons to make this accessible for more users, from environmental to economic. I realized after repairing my daughters Honor 7x, that I now have three devices in use after battery replacements, all of them repaired for a combined cost of $60. Repairing my daughter's phone only cost $15. Imagine the benefit so many people could have when a repair costs a fraction of a new device and the manufacturer wasn’t conspiring against you to block this process. This is even more evident now as millions of people are out of work just like me, looking to save every penny they can. Contact me Would love to hear from you on this topic! Email: obscurednarration@gmail.com Twitter: @domcoriveau - https://twitter.com/domcorriveau ********** Digital marketing professional Into digital marketing? Get a newsletter all about the best stuff in digital marketing over the last week plus deep-dives into this industry. https://gwth.us/marketingmixer Check out my sister podcast Go With The Heat. We just relaunched the show after going through all of the 80's goodness that was Miami Vice. The updated show is now going deeper into the greatest era of action movies, 1975 - 1995. http://gowiththeheat.com Listen to Go With The Heat, anytime without a subscription! Spotify: https://gwth.us/gwthspotify TuneIn: https://gwth.us/gwthtunein YouTube: https://gwth.us/gwthyt Music "Werq", "Basic Implosion" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

19 minMAY 8
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The Economic Need for Replaceable Batteries | DC Tech Talks Podcast

Video, content, and RSS - The need for curation | DC Tech Talks Podcast

Earlier, Flipboard announced a $3/month subscription (coming soon) to curate public video into a single feed. What I really want is a way to easily consolidate YouTube, feeds, newsletters, and podcasts into a single source. Unfortunately, this Flipboard subscription is a good idea, too lost in its own ego, justifying the “algorithm” over allowing indie curators and creators to build their own audiences. The sad truth is that this could have been a reality, if RSS was treated as an important feature of the open web. Instead, modern content is all about the platform, not content. Contact me Would love to hear from you on this topic! Email: obscurednarration@gmail.com Twitter: @domcoriveau - https://twitter.com/domcorriveau ********** Digital marketing professional Into digital marketing? Get a newsletter all about the best stuff in digital marketing over the last week plus deep-dives into this industry. https://gwth.us/marketingmixer Check out my sister podcast Go With The Heat. We just relaunched the show after going through all of the 80's goodness that was Miami Vice. The updated show is now going deeper into the greatest era of action movies, 1975 - 1995. http://gowiththeheat.com Listen to Go With The Heat, anytime without a subscription! Spotify: https://gwth.us/gwthspotify TuneIn: https://gwth.us/gwthtunein YouTube: https://gwth.us/gwthyt Music "Werq", "Basic Implosion" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

7 minMAR 12
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Video, content, and RSS - The need for curation | DC Tech Talks Podcast

The Bliss of /e/ OS – The UnGoogled Android | DC Tech Talks Podcast - Ep. 38

One of the biggest factors I take into consideration before purchasing an Android phone is if it is supported by 3rd. party ROM’s. Previously I’ve run devices without Google Apps after installing LineageOS, which had significant speed and battery performance in addition to privacy upgrades. Last week I installed /e/ OS on my Honor 5x after stumbling on it on Twitter. There’s a few aspects of this really unique OS that I feel merit a test for anyone who has a supported device. The /e/ operating system isn’t just a custom ROM. They’ve developed an integrated ecosystem of default apps to replace typical Google services along with utilizing MicroG framework to help more apps work without access to Google Play Services. This isn’t a full review of the OS, but my initial takeaways of what might be the most interesting attempt at a non-Google Linux mobile OS and something I think I’m going to stick with for the long run. For show notes, tech notes and more check out obscurednarration.com. Shout at me on Twitter @domcorriveau, would love to hear your feedback on this topic and more.

28 min2019 SEP 20
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The Bliss of /e/ OS – The UnGoogled Android | DC Tech Talks Podcast - Ep. 38

Nostalgia and Rose-Colored Glasses for Blackberry

On the blog this week was… Admitting my continued love of Blackberry and if physical keyboards on phones are worth it. Blog is on ObscuredNarration.com right now. This podcast allows me to go deeper on this topic. For some time, I’ve been fixated on finding the right mobile device for me. A device that’s curated just for my use case, not a black slab of glass that is just a notification vehicle. In my heart I thought this was a device with a physical keyboard. Thinking of this I fondly remember my days as a Blackberry Curve user and how much I loved that phone. But now, I’m not so sure if I wanted it for getting more work done, or if my rose-colored nostalgia for the early days of smartphones. This podcast has undergone a lot of changes and big gaps in publishing, I recognize that. I tried to cover the news and that just set me up for failure. I follow news closely but I’m not a reporter. Instead of a podcast this will be more of a journal (which is what I changed my blog into as well). I need a place to talk about the random tech shenanigans I’m up to, what I’m learning and what’s rolling around in my brain. This isn’t what’s always at the top of the news cycle. Sometimes the news might trigger it. I dislike where tech is going. Often “tech enthusiasts” are just people who know how to use a laptop or phone and just does the things the company that makes it tells them to do. When they run into a problem, they just look for another app to fix it. These are the same people that wait for huge keynotes so the company can tell them how to use the device and what new apps will fix their life’s problems. Budget tech is about biggest bang for your buck. Its about making things last longer. Its about finding solutions, using critical thinking to find and build your own solutions. Its about fixing things yourself, not subscribing to Apple Care For show notes, tech notes and more check out obscurednarration.com. Shout at me on Twitter @domcorriveau, would love to hear your feedback on this topic and more.

30 min2019 SEP 15
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Nostalgia and Rose-Colored Glasses for Blackberry

DC Talks Podcast Daily - Going all in on Joplin Notes - May 9, 2019

Its time to talk about the next weekend project and this time I'm talking all about notes apps. Actually, I'm talking about my favorite notes app called Joplin. I lay out why I love Joplin and why I switched to it from Google Keep. Links Replace Your To-Do List With Interstitial Journaling To Increase Productivity - https://web.archive.org/web/20190101232404/https://betterhumans.coach.me/replace-your-to-do-list-with-interstitial-journaling-to-increase-productivity-4e43109d15ef?gi=9a535dc0b8be For some reason this was pulled down from Medium... The link is the Internet Archive version of the page. Joplin Notes - https://joplinapp.org/ Read more Get more hot takes, deeper dives and inside information on tech and how it connects to humans. obscurednarration.com Get behind the scenes Twitter - @domcorriveau Instagram - @domcorriveau Reviews and more tech news on my YouTube Music "Werq", "Basic Implosion" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0...

13 min2019 MAY 9
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DC Talks Podcast Daily - Going all in on Joplin Notes - May 9, 2019

DC Talks Podcast Daily - Going mobile without the console - May 7, 2019

After much internal debate I pulled the trigger on a mobile device for my increasing travel. This is the normal process for me: Pick out the most expensive device and slowly talk myself out of it. Research the hell out of a used device and never purchase This time there's a third step in which I actually bought a device! For people on a tight budget spending any money is covered in several layers of guilt. It was incredibly important to me to get a device that covered 90% of my usecase which is why I chose this device for mobile gaming, media, podcasts and more... The Xiomi Redmi Note 7. Links Redmi Note 7 Specs - https://www.phonearena.com/phones/Xiaomi-Redmi-Note-7_id11110 Mini Metro Game - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nz.co.codepoint.minimetro&hl=en_US Steam Link - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.valvesoftware.steamlink&hl=en_US Read more Get more hot takes, deeper dives and inside information on tech and how it connects to humans. obscurednarra...

15 min2019 MAY 7
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DC Talks Podcast Daily - Going mobile without the console - May 7, 2019

DC Talks Podcast Daily - Standing Up for Human Cashiers - May 6, 2019

Week off after traveling for my 9-5 but right back to the deep news and today is all about Walmart and their new A.I. store. This video is all about context and how having cashiers who understand human context. I'm not much of a fan of the Amazon Go cashier-less store but this new concept from Walmart sounds much better. Human to human interaction is what makes or breaks businesses. If you don't trust your people and want to replace them with machines, the problem isn't with your employees... Its management. Links Walmart unveils an AI-powered store of the future, now open to the public - https://techcrunch.com/2019/04/25/walmart-unveils-an-a-i-powered-store-of-the-future-now-open-to-the-public/ Walmart’s Vudu Sets Originals With Queen Latifah, Evangeline Lilly, Randy Jackson for Free-Streaming Lineup - https://variety.com/2019/digital/news/vudu-originals-queen-latifah-evangeline-lilly-randy-jackson-blues-clues-1203204680/ Read more Get more hot takes, deeper dives and inside infor...

16 min2019 MAY 6
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DC Talks Podcast Daily - Standing Up for Human Cashiers - May 6, 2019

DC Talks Podcast Daily - Tech Hoarding on the Road - April 25, 2019

Its time to check in with the last weekend project and I've got to admit... I'm a serious overpacker when it come to travel. I do have a couple recommendations and a look forward to our next weekend project. YouTube-DL https://ytdl-org.github.io/youtube-dl/index.html Cable Organizer https://gwth.us/2UUBsO9 Read more Get more hot takes, deeper dives and inside information on tech and how it connects to humans. obscurednarration.com Blog RSS - https://feeds.feedburner.com/obscurednarration Get behind the scenes Twitter - @domcorriveau Instagram - @domcorriveau Reviews and more tech news on my YouTube Music "Werq", "Basic Implosion" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Subscribe Weekly Podcast RSS - https://feeds.feedburner.com/dctalkspodcast Daily Podcast RSS - https://anchor.fm/s/8af59bc/podcast/rss Video version - https://www.youtube.com/dominiccorriveau Miami Vice Podcast Back in 1984...

8 min2019 APR 25
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DC Talks Podcast Daily - Tech Hoarding on the Road - April 25, 2019

DC Talks Podcast Daily - It's time to switch... To Firefox - April 23, 2019

The browser wars are back! Firefox rescued the internet from the Internet Explorer takeover in the early aughts. Now its time for it to return and fight the new browswer... Chromium. With everyone making a Bling/V8 browser, from Brave to Edge and Opera, its time you take a look at Firefox again. Its a good thing Firefox is also the best browser on the planet right now. In today's episode I share my love for the feisty browser, its test pilot projects and a fork or two. Read more Get more hot takes, deeper dives and inside information on tech and how it connects to humans. obscurednarration.com Blog RSS - https://feeds.feedburner.com/obscurednarration Get behind the scenes Twitter - @domcorriveau Instagram - @domcorriveau Reviews and more tech news on my YouTube Music "Werq", "Basic Implosion" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Subscribe Weekly Podcast RSS - https://feeds.feedburner.c...

10 min2019 APR 23
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DC Talks Podcast Daily - It's time to switch... To Firefox - April 23, 2019

DC Talks Podcast Daily - An Ode to Disco Dingo - April 22, 2019

With the release of Ubuntu 19.04 Disco Dingo, the whole internet is celebrating... Okay, that's probably an overstatement. But this is a good day for computing in general. Considering the competition I give an ode to Ubuntu 19.04 and the freedom it brings. Read more Get more hot takes, deeper dives and inside information on tech and how it connects to humans. obscurednarration.com Blog RSS - https://feeds.feedburner.com/obscurednarration Get behind the scenes Twitter - @domcorriveau Instagram - @domcorriveau Reviews and more tech news on my YouTube Music "Werq", "Basic Implosion" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Subscribe Weekly Podcast RSS - https://feeds.feedburner.com/dctalkspodcast Daily Podcast RSS - https://anchor.fm/s/8af59bc/podcast/rss Video version - https://www.youtube.com/dominiccorriveau Miami Vice Podcast Back in 1984, Miami Vice changed the TV landscape not only for ...

13 min2019 APR 22
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DC Talks Podcast Daily - An Ode to Disco Dingo - April 22, 2019
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