Technically Speaking (June 2, 2014)

Today, Mike and I discussed self-driving cars, and we decided that unless everyone started using them at the same time, it would be a total mess. We also discussed the chaos and confusion resulting from Truecrypt’s mysterious annoucement that they’d be shutting down development last week, and we rounded it out with a segment on games, talking about Frank Albert’s Kickstarter project “Pixel Glory,” among others. For more info, check out the show below.

Tecnically Speaking is your weekly source for technology news and discussion. The show airs live on Mondays at 11am, at whus.org and 91.7fm in the Storrs, CT area.

If you have technology problems or questions, leave us a voicemail at (860) 880-0119 at any time during the week. You can also email technicallyspeaking@whus.org or tweet @whustech.

Technically Speaking is produced by Drew Gates, Jason McMullan, and Mike Fagan in the studios of <http://www.whus.org>WHUS Radio at the University of Connecticut. Jason was out this week on a jaunt through Europe, and is anticipated to return for next week’s edition.

Check out the recording below:

 

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