To celebrate the big Five-Oh we brought back our great friend Mac from ShutterTime with Sid and Mac to join us for some amazing discussion on everything from Apple battling the FBI, Hawaii thinks Battlefront II is a Star Wars Casino, Net Neutrality is a huge fear facing the US right now and of course, a tremendous give away from Windscribe involving the idea of every day carry! Easy to enter and two big winners! Don’t forget to find creative uses for #TurkeyTireTackle on Twitter this week, we hope you’re hungry because the Soup is on!
What is the 4-digit number in which the first digit is one-fifth the last, and the second and third digits are the last digit multiplied by 3?
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Don’t forget to try to Stump the Soup
In 1977 NASA sent a time capsule into space, which included 2 records full of “Human Life Sounds”. You can hear what they sent in the article, but do you think it was a good mix?
Last monday Apple was served with a search warrant for access to digital photos, emails and other documents on an iPhone SE that was used by the gunman who killed 27 people in a Texas church mass shooting. Should Apple comply or is this a dangerous slippery slope for privacy?
"This game is a Star Wars-themed online casino," Democratic State Representative from Hawaii Chris Lee said from the podium. "It's a trap." What Lee is referring to is loot boxes in games should be classified as gambling. Recently the Belgium Gaming Commision had declared the same thing.
After basically pillaging every cool feature users love from SnapChat it seems Facebook is now testing out the “Streaks” feature...Who cares how many days in a row you’ve sent messages to your friends. But we have to gamify everything instead of just enjoying personal connections right?
In the most face palm worthy move, there is a new “fidget spinner” for those that can’t stop swiping at their phones.
Cut out the dumb “Government Control of the Internet” explanation that made no sense. LOL.
Every Day Carry (EDC)
What do us geeks carry every day? Tech? Bags? Bluetooth devices? Earbuds? Chargers? Multi-tools? Knives? Why do we carry it?
KeySmart Keychain Organizer
The Weekly Garnish
Great Quote for Life Advice:
“Everyone who’s taken a shower has an idea. It’s the person who gets out of the shower, dries of and does something about it who makes a difference.”
~Nolan Bushnell, Founder of Atari
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