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Author: Chris Chinchilla

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A weekly podcast from Chris Chinchilla covering technology, board and role play games, history, current affairs, and frankly whatever I feel like covering.

Show notes can be found at - chrischinchilla.com/podcast
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No links this week as I focus on an interview with Quentin Rhoads-Herrera of Critical Start where we talk about cyber security during a time of crisis. https://www.criticalstart.com chrischinchilla.com
In this episode I speak with Peter Suma of Applied Brain Research about Nengo, a complete brain maker that allows you to develop and run models with deep learning, online learning, static weights, simple linear neurons, complex spiking neurons, and everything in-between. Also features content covering tools for working from home, two player games, a "Hello World" for the modern era, and much more! appliedbrainresearch.com/products/nengo/ chrischinchilla.com
In this episode I speak with Nick Millward of mGage about the past present and future of mobile engagement, especially RCS. I also cover the history of the URL, teaching an AI to play D&D, how to work from home, why Discord is bad, Brave is good, and so much more. mGage chrischinchilla.com
I'm taking a short break, so something from the archives this week of my ill-fated podcast from last year, "The Enthusiastic Amateur". This interview is reproduced in entirety to get the listeners it deserved. A great interview with Sinclair Target of two-bit history about the hidden stories from computing history.
In this episode I speak with Patrick McFadin about Datastax and their plans with Apache Cassandra, ponder on the release of MIDI 2.0 after 37 years, plane security, what happened in Iowa, and more https://www.datastax.com/ https://cassandra.apache.org/ chrischinchilla.com
In this episode I speak with Paul Kuijf of learned.io, look at the new Lovecraft film, burst some bubbles, learn new languages, and much more. chrischinchilla.com/podcasts chrischinchilla.com/contact learned.io
In this episode I speak with the makers of the Tactigon wearable gesture controller, look at scandal in Oxford, DLC in D&D, decolonialising gaming, and much more. www.thetactigon.com/ chrischinchilla.com/podcasts chrischinchilla.com/contact
This episode I speak with Shlomi Hod about responsible AI, look at the worst D&D monster of all, hello world in assembly, and more. chrischinchilla.com/podcasts chrischinchilla.com/contact
In this episode I speak with the infamous Kin Lane, the API evangelist, now working with Postman. I also cover my new experiences with the Linux desktop, how "the rise of skywalker" has visions of our dystopian future, and more! chrischinchilla.com/contact kinlane.com getpostman.com
In this episode I speak with Laszlo Toth, Nikolai Astrup, and Dr. Suncheol Gweon from the recent 5GTechritory about the current state, and future promise of 5G. Also in this episode, the Y2K panic, incentivising BitTorrent, Monopoly, tech sexism, and so much more. https://chrischinchilla.com/podcasts https://chrischinchilla.com/contact/
In this episode I speak with Martin Mao of Chronosphere about the massive scale monitoring platform. I also cover fixing the internet, fixing air conditioning, the problem with calculators, switching from macOS to Linux, the death of Lil Bub and more! facebook.com/chrischinchilla twitter.com/ChrisChinch chrischinchilla.com
In this episode I speak with Raj Dutt of Grafana. I also cover the rise of the Brave browser, keep an eye on Softbank, question Apple's design, look at the new tabletop game, Tapestry, investigate the issues with coworking, and much more! facebook.com/chrischinchilla twitter.com/chrischinch chrischichilla.com/podcasts
Fresh back from Tekom's TCWorld event, Chris covers the difference between different types of tech writers, fantasy maps, running D&D campaigns with inconsistent players, is dark mode a myth, and why do so many cultures think Greek is so complicated? Questions: Would you watch live documenting / tech writing? Have you ever run a West marches campaign? Do you like dark mode? Why? Contact me: facebook.com/chrischinchilla twitter.com/chrischinch linkedin.com/in/chrischinchilla/
WeWorld

WeWorld

2019-11-0816:38

In this episode I cover the WeWork/Meetup/Softbank world domination saga, the sad state of affairs of online journalism, and has Apple had enough of Electron? https://chrischinchilla.com/podcasts http://facebook.com/chrischinchilla Meetup interview One day the World ended game Questions for you: Who should buy Meetup? Should we all produce less content? Will Apple only allow users to install from the App store in the future? Let me know at: https://chrischinchilla.com/contact http://facebook.com/chrischinchilla
In this episode I speak with David Nalley of the Apache Software Foundation about their roles in the projects they work with. Also features how an Australian floating hotel ended up in North Korea, D&D with sign language, long distance flights, and Happy birthday UNIX. https://www.facebook.com/chrischinchilla https://chrischinchilla.com/
In this episode I speak with Dr. Leemon Baird of Hedera Hashgraph about their DLT (not a Blockchain), plus the Saga of Richard Stallman continues, the history of Call of Cthulhu, and Wendys releases a RPG… facebook.com/chrischinchilla chrischinchilla.com www.hedera.com/about
In this episode I speak with Commissioner Goldstein of the Vermont State Government about the policy of paying remote workers to relocate to the state. I also cover Docker, the tech backlash against ICE, the Boeing 737 Max, and Thomas Jefferson's Bible… https://facebook.com/chrischinchilla https://chrischinchilla.com/podcasts Transcript (New, very beta)
The nerd legacy

The nerd legacy

2019-09-2518:39

In this episode I cover the resignation of Richard Stallman, historic installation windows, Apple and "sherlocking", COBOL, and the future of development. chrischinchilla.com/podcasts www.facebook.com/chrischinchilla
In this episode I speak with Xinshu Dong of RockX about his new blockchain-based digital assets platform. Also features stories on the impact of our cities on commuting, products for the elderly, the power of words, the history of Unix and more. chrischinchilla.com facebook.com/chrischinchilla
In this episode I speak with Sky Guo of Cypherium, cover data loss in the era of digital memories, fantasy islands, the history of JQuery, and when crowdfunding goes wrong. https://chrischinchilla.com/podcasts https://facebook.com/chrischinchilla
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