Gadget planned obsolescence and e-waste, apps for writing books, how to play PC games on Mac, streaming home movies to friends and family, problems connecting modems to routers, customizable keyboards on Android, 2023 solar eclipse in the US, smart speaker recommendations, and more of your calls. Plus, conversations with Sam Abuelsamid about EV tax credits, Chris Marquardt on OpenAI’s DALL·E 2, and Rod Pyle with NASA’s Haughton-Mars Project.
• Citing danger of ‘ink spills’ Epson programs end of life for some printers
• Electronics are built with death dates. Let’s not keep them a secret.
• Bill Gates: We’re on the Verge of a Remarkable Moment for Congress and the Country
• French Scientist’s Photo of ‘Distant Star’ Was Actually Chorizo
• How to play Stray and other PC games on Mac
• Sam Abuelsamid talks about EV tax credits in the Inflation Reduction Act
• Microsoft Word alternatives for writing books and novels
• ‘Cancel Culture’ and social media
• How to stream and share home videos
• Chris Marquardt shows off OpenAI’s DALL·E 2, an AI system that can create realistic images and art from a description in natural language.
• Problems connecting CenturyLink fiber modem to a home router
• Android keyboard apps and custom keyboard layouts
• 2023’s solar eclipse in the United States
• Rod Pyle calls in from the Arctic Circle to talk about NASA’s Haughton-Mars Project
• Smart speaker suggestions for the home theater
Host: Leo Laporte
Guests: Sam Abuelsamid, Chris Marquardt, and Rod Pyle
The Tech Guy episode 1916
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