Dropbox’s accessibility hacks, editing EXIF on iOS, the security of hidden Wi-Fi networks, enabling Universal Clipboard, and more.
TOPIC: The Minimum Viable Waste of Time.
This week we talk to preeminent Apple blogger John Gruber about his experiences designing and developing the iOS app Vesper.
4:18 I Am A Patriot 7:50 People Have The Power
Concert Across America to End Gun Violence Beacon Theater New York, NY
from the Concert Across America to End Gun Violence at Beacon Theater NYC 9/25/26 via YouTube Capture
taken from the Bootleg the Pre-Street Shuffle
In our 125th episode of the Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast, Stewart Baker, Michael Vatis, and David Kris discuss: Second Circuit rules against US Government in Microsoft case; DOJ rolls out MLAT reform proposal; LabMD draws law firms, Coke into Tiversa data theft row; DEA needed warrant to track suspect’s phone, judge says; Most ransomware attacks are HIPAA breaches, Feds say; Stealthy cyberespionage malware targets energy companies; Chinese hackers blamed for multiple breaches at US banking agency; Chinese browsers: the perfect reconnaissance tool; and Slow start for cyberwar on ISIS. Our interview is with Jeremy Rabkin and Ariel Rabkin, author of Hacking Back without Cracking Up, published by the Hoover Institution. The views expressed in this podcast are those of the speakers and do not reflect the opinions of the firm.
After a big snowstorm, the streets of many northern cities start to get cluttered because of "dibs," the practice of claiming a shoveled-out parking spot. Some see it as a necessity and others as a dangerous nuisance.
Ben and James discuss how the TV industry and the companies that advertise on TV are interconnected, and how they will rise and fall together.
Ben Thompson: TV Advertising’s Surprising Strength — and Inevitable Fall — Stratechery
Ben Thompson: The Cord Cutting Fantasy — Stratechery
Ben Thompson: Why Disney and ESPN Will Be OK — Stratechery
Ben Thompson: Old-Fashioned Snapchat — Stratechery
Ben Thompson: How Technology is Changing the World (P&G Edition) — Stratechery
Ken Doctor: The Macy’s Factor — Politico
Ben Thompson: Cars and the Future — Stratechery
Ben Thompson: Publishers and the Smiling Curve — Stratechery
Ben Thompson: The Changing — and Unchanging — Structure of TV — Stratechery
Ben Thompson: Netflix and the Conservation of Attractive Profits — Stratechery
Ben Thompson: The FANG Playbook — Stratechery
Ben Thompson: Aggregation Theory — Stratechery
Ben Thompson, @benthompson, Stratechery
James Allworth, @jamesallworth, Harvard Business Review
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