DigitalOutbox Episode 263

Chris and Ian discuss Talk Talk, EU, Halo 5 and Apple TV



DigitalOutbox Episode 224

DigitalOutbox Episode 224
DigitalOutbox Episode 224 – Windows 10 and Ello

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1:21 – Windows 10
8:30 – Microsoft Sway
10:31 – eBay to Spin Off PayPal With New CEOs for Two Publicly Traded Companies
15:04 – Peter Nunn jailed for Twitter abuse of MP Stella Creasy
18:29 – CloudFlare gives Internet a present: free, no-hassle Universal SSL
20:13 – New Apple tool helps you avoid buying a stolen iPhone or iPad
22:12 – DVLA tax disc renewal website buckles under pressure of high demand
25:26 – Podcasting industry starts to fulfil its financial potential
27:51 – Ello: the anti-Facebook meant to be private and pretty, but not this popular
32:07 – Pebble drops the price of its smartwatches by $50, adds background fitness and sleep tracking
33:26 – UK legalises music, film and e-book back-ups
34:26 – Radiohead’s Thom Yorke Tests The Waters With A Paid BitTorrent Album

DigitalOutbox Episode 167

DigitalOutbox Episode 167
DigitalOutbox Episode 167 – Snoopers Charter, Feedly and the BBC Clock

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4:11 – Internet companies warn May over ‘snooper’s charter’
6:36 – Government Still Demanding Action to make web safer
10:02 – UK piracy warning letters delayed until 2015
13:12 – Sky Broadband starts to block access to torrent site proxies, other ISPs likely to follow
15:52 – Reeder, gReader & Other Popular Feed Reading Apps Partner With Feedly Ahead Of Google Reader Shutdown
18:53 – Save Podcasting
23:08 – Zynga lays off 580 employees
26:40 – Nintendo partners with O2 to give 3DS owners free Wi-Fi access at over 8,000 hotspots in the UK
27:30 – Peter Molyneux reveals winner of gaming experiment
30:37 – Trust upholds BBC Online clock complaint

– Free addictive game for iOS
– From betaworks – Diggg and Instapaper owners
– New update today brings it to iPad too plus a multiplayer game
– Android in the works

Podcasting – Glasgow Mac User Group

We were recently invited to give a talk on podcasting at the Glasgow Mac user Group. Like fools we said yes and a couple of weeks back we gave the talk at the local Apple store. Despite a hiccup with my Macbook Pro, the evening seemed to go well.

It was certainly something new for me to do, having never used Keynote in anger before. A few people have since asked for the presentation as they are either interested in what we said or couldn’t make it along that evening so here it is. First up is a PDF of the slides which should mean anyone can open and view them.

I’ve also included a movie of the slides which are a bit more representative of the presentation. Right click and download the movie and watch within Quicktime. Click within the movie to progress through the slides.