In which we talk about bitcoins, card game AIs, and other things as well! Show notes available at http://wiki.whatstherumpuspodcast.com/129
It’s the first episode of our relaunch. This episode we talk about the Slow Carb Diet, buying pizza with bitcoins, and non-English promgramming languages.
For those of you who pay attention, there was no new episode. This is because we are doing some work on switching to a new format. We haven’t put together a solid plan, but Chuck and I have some interesting ideas for moving forward. For the coming weeks, we will be testing out some ideas and planning out the improved podcast. Until we publish the new format, we will not be putting out any new episodes (unless it’s outtake episodes). We hope you enjoy the new format and stay tuned for new episodes!
Wikipedia editors take down meticulously researched and cited article about the 17th century Dutch-Indian war known as the “Bicholim Conflict” after discovering it never actually happened. French ISP Free updates its DSL modems with an ad blocker that’s enabled by default. Sony Releases Major Album Solely To Extend Copyright Protection. Politician holds a gun buy-back program to enhance his collection. Inception: a tool for compromising the slumber of computers with full-disk encryption. Google adds ‘free for print subscriber’ option to Play Store magazines. Father Hires In-Game “Hitmen” To Deter Son From Playing. All that, plus this week’s “Oh Asia, You So Crazy!”
Show notes available at http://wiki.whatstherumpuspodcast.com/127
Give us a break! We’re enjoying time with our families, so in the meantime enjoy another helping of Rumpus-style shennanigans.
For the holidays, it’s an outtake episode. So tip back the eggnog and enjoy!
The Pirate Bay Is The World’s Most Efficient Public Library. 25-GPU cluster cracks every standard Windows password in <6 hours. Over 13,000 petition White House to build a Death Star. Jammie Thomas Takes Constitutional Argument To SCOTUS. Is the Flickr API a National Treasure? Australia police discourage use of Apple maps app after rescues. California Accidentally Posts 14,000 Social Security Numbers.
Show notes available at http://wiki.whatstherumpuspodcast.com/124